February 4, 2020

Orange County

Voice of OC: Ballots start to go out for 2020 primary

With the 2020 primary election one month away, Orange County election officials started mailing out ballots Monday to the county’s more than 1.6 million registered voters. Mail-in ballots are being sent to every voter in Orange County as part of multiple changes to the voting process this year.


Voice of OC: Anaheim poised to expand Salvation army homeless shelter

Anaheim City Councilmembers today are expected to choose between building a new homeless shelter in West Anaheim or expanding an existing Salvation Army Shelter near the Platinum Triangle.


Daily Pilot: Working Wardrobes picking up the pieces after blaze

Gone are its career center with computer labs and training rooms, its corporate office and the thousands of jackets, slacks, shirts, ties, shoes, jewelry and accessories in its warehouse — everything except what is stocked in the company’s four thrift shops throughout Orange County.


Voice of OC: County officially certifies recall effort against Santa Ana council member

A police union-backed effort to recall Santa Ana City Councilwoman Ceci Iglesias has been approved by county elections officials to proceed to a recall election


Daily Pilot: H.B. resident and youth basketball coach Christina Mauser recalled as ‘radiant,’ ‘loving’ and ‘kind’ at vigil

Several hundred people gathered at Huntington Beach Pier Plaza on Saturday evening for a candlelight vigil in honor of Christina Mauser, a Huntington Beach resident, youth basketball coach and former educator who was one of nine people who died in a helicopter crash Jan. 26 in Calabasas.



Labor 411: GM manages to find $22 million to pay CEO amid plant closures and massive layoffs

An online petition to close all campuses in the Alhambra Unified School District until the novel coronavirus outbreak ends has received more than 13,000 signatures.



KCAL9: Minor evacuated from China now hospitalized with fever

There are six confirmed cases of coronavirus in California, with one in Los Angeles County and another in Orange County. The other cases are in Northern California counties. There are no confirmed cases of coronavirus in Riverside County.


Publication Date: February 4, 2020