November 25, 2019

Orange County

Voice of OC: OC deputy sheriff inmate shackling policy draws public protest

Orange County Public Defenders and ACLU officials waged a legal battle against Sheriff Don Barnes’ new policy and Nov. 18, OC Superior Court Judge Kathleen Roberts granted a motion to halt the shackling of people in custody.


Voice of OC: Santa Ana resident ousted from County commission after raising homeless shelter concerns

A county commissioner from Santa Ana says OC Supervisor Andrew Do ousted her last week in retaliation for publicly voicing concerns about a proposed county homeless shelter in her community.


Daily Pilot: What happens after your story goes viral? The outpouring of support helped ailing ‘Donut City’ owner recover

John Chhan’s wife of 34 years, Stella, was in a nursing home recovering from complications from a brain aneurysm. She couldn’t speak and the left side of her body was paralyzed. But business at their family’s doughnut shop on Pacific Coast Highway and 12th Street in Seal Beach was booming.


Daily Pilot: Times OC’s 2019 Readers’ Choice Awards highlights Orange County favorites

For the third year in a row, Times OC readers have nominated and voted on “Orange County’s Best"



OC Register: Redemption Decade: California’s 2.8 million new jobs outpace the nation

If you don’t have a job, the rest of the economic picture is meaningless. And as harshly as the downturn hit California employers, the rebound from that collapse is equally remarkable.


Money: This is what millennials can expect from retirements, according to experts

Retirement will be a luxury term. It will be something for only those who can truly afford to not earn anymore, whereas other people are always earning and still doing things. By and large, in the traditional sense or definition of the word, we don’t think it will exist anymore



ABC News: Middle-class Americans getting crushed by rising health insurance costs

According to a new report by The Commonwealth Fund, rising premium and deductibles contributions have outstripped wage growth over the past decade. More and more middle-class Americans are paying a greater percentage of earnings for health care.


Publication Date: November 25, 2019