October 31, 2019

Orange County

Happy Halloween

OC Register: Happy Halloween: All dressed up and ready for candy

In hopes of a decent candy haul some will play up the cute factor masquerading as superheroes or cartoon characters, while others will dress to impress as bloody monsters or freakish ghouls.


Voice of OC: Anaheim City Council shelves mobile home rent control ordinance

On Tuesday, Councilmembers spiked a proposed rent control ordinance for the second time, despite months of seniors petitioning Anaheim officials for help and being left out of a statewide rent control. Instead of debating and voting on the proposal from Councilman Jose Moreno on Tuesday night, the City Council tabled the item.


Daily Pilot: Legislators and others push for stronger regulation of addiction-treatment industry at Costa Mesa hearing

Of all the things experts believe are needed to more effectively regulate and oversee California’s substance abuse treatment industry, perhaps the most important can be summed up in one word: teeth.


OC Register: 11-acre Castlewood brush fire in Fullerton near full containment

An 11-acre brush fire that prompted evacuations for a few hours Wednesday night in Fullerton was dying down by Thursday morning, fire officials said. Fullerton fire crews worked overnight to prevent the brush fire, dubbed the Castlewood fire, from spreading.


OC Register: Hyundai to test self-driving vehicles as shuttle service in Irvine

The three-month Hyundai pilot program, which will run through the end of January, is one of only four the state has permitted to carry passengers in autonomous vehicles.


OC Register: Southern California winds subsiding, but forecasters warn of ‘rapid fire growth and extreme fire behavior’

Although subsiding from the pounding gusts of one day earlier, the wind will still be strong during the day and continue to make firefighting efforts in the region’s many blazes a challenge.


OC Register: Anonymous donor shares why he covered lunch debt for a Huntington Beach school district

The man wrote a check for $7,813.50 to eliminate the debt Ocean View School District students had on the books from getting lunch.


Publication Date: October 31, 2019