November 15, 2019

Orange County

OC Register: Landslide shuts down section of popular beach trail in San Clemente

A barricade blocked joggers and walkers from passing on a beach path in San Clemente, after an active landslide on a cliff side prompted a closure.


OC Register: Great mission, rough name: Child Abuse Prevention Center is now The Priority Center

There was no getting around it: If the Child Abuse Prevention Center of Orange County wanted to help more people with its recently expanded range of services — some of which aren’t related to child abuse — it had to change its name.


OC Register: SoCal job engine churns out 112,000-plus positions in a year

There were 112,300 more jobs in Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties than there were 12 months ago, the state Employment Development Department reported Friday. This continues a trend of solid employment growth that has lasted for most of 2019.


OC Register: Placentia makes more room to honor its vets and active-duty military

The $20,000 expansion to the monument in the Civic Center plaza not only added more room for names to be etched in the black granite stones, but it also allowed for those previously listed on the back to be moved to where they are now facing front.



CBS: Saugus High School - what we know

People who knew the 16-year-old boy suspected of killing two students in a burst of gunfire at a high school outside Los Angeles described him as a quiet, smart kid who they'd never expect to turn violent. Police didn't identify the gunman other than describing him as Asian; law enforcement sources told CBS News the suspected shooter has been identified as Nathaniel Berhow.



ABC: Roger Stone found guilty on all counts

President Donald Trump's longtime friend and onetime campaign adviser, Roger Stone, was convicted in the only remaining case from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.


Publication Date: November 15, 2019