April 30, 2019
It’s the first time in years Orange County DA officials have been known to place a politician under surveillance for alleged residency fraud.
Orange County supervisors are confronting a dilemma at John Wayne Airport that illustrates the challenges of serving in local government: how to satisfy the demands of new, larger private planes, while also preserving a place for mom-and-pop pilots.
Orient Overseas International Ltd. has agreed to sell the Long Beach Container Terminal to a North American subsidiary of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets, a massive international fund with $131 billion in assets.
OC Register: 2 Camp Pendleton Marines receive highest Marine Corps non-combat award for life-saving actions during Route 91 Harvest festival shooting
On Monday, Sgt. Austin Cox and Marine veteran Sgt. Michael Vura, 26, were awarded Navy and Marine Corps Medals for exceptional bravery and selfless actions in saving lives and preventing harm to others around them during the largest mass shooting in modern American history.
After a 28-year hiatus, the May Parade is coming back to Old Towne Orange on Saturday, May 4, with thousands expected to be in attendance.
Authorities allege the suspect plotted to detonate an improvised explosive device at a rally scheduled in Long Beach this past weekend. When it looked like the rally might be canceled, court documents allege, he considered targeting a Huntington Beach event instead.
High school training programs are seen as a possible solution to a labor shortage that's slowing housing production and driving up costs.
Publication Date: April 30, 2019