November 19, 2019

Orange County

Voice of OC: Fullerton city councilman questions process for targeting resident blogger

Questions are mounting over how Fullerton’s City Council decided to authorize lawsuit seeking a publication gag against a resident and the blog he writes for.


Voice of OC: Santa Ana council to vote on controversial apartments proposal

Today’s vote comes after more than two years of protests and uncertainty among city officials and residents surrounding the project, which prompted numerous revisions to it by developer Ryan Ogulnick and his team at Vineyards Development Corp.


OC Register: Another landslide closes section of San Clemente beach trail ‘indefinitely’

A section of beach-front hillside in San Clemente collapsed Saturday, Nov. 16, prompting a bridge portion along the popular coastal pathway to be “closed indefinitely.”


OC Register: 4 Orange County deputies fired after audit finds systemic abuses in booking evidence

Four Orange County sheriff’s deputies have been fired after a two-year audit by the Sheriff’s Department found systemic abuses in the handling of evidence, the Southern California News Group has learned.


City News Service: This is how soon rain and snow will fall in Southern California — and how much we will get

Following a day of high heat records, Southern California temperatures will dip sharply Tuesday as a storm out of the Pacific Northwest bears down on the region, poised to unleash rainfall as early as Tuesday night, forecasters said.



Labor 411: Ikea workers say yes to union

The union, known as IAM, said it has won the right to bargain for 186 employees at the two locations. IAM organizer Dennis Mendenhall said workers voted 83-76 to join the union in ballots cast Wednesday and Thursday.


Bloomberg: U.S. housing permits hit 12-year high

The starts are in line with recent reports that indicate the housing market is improving. Lower mortgage rates are luring homebuyers who may have been on the fence, boosting optimism among developers and contributing to more construction.


Publication Date: November 19, 2019