February 10, 2020

Orange County

Voice of OC: Fullerton officials must prove local bloggers stole secret info says court

Fullerton city officials must prove resident Joshua Ferguson and the blog he writes for stole secret city hall documents — including files on how a former city manager potentially escaped a DUI — or else the city’s case against Ferguson is in jeopardy.


Voice of OC: Council member Barnes is swing vote on controversial condo project

Depending on how she votes, Anaheim Hills residents may see businesses at the Serrano Center stay instead of 54 condominiums replacing it. A required zone change on the project looked to be on its way to an approval until Barnes began raising questions during the Feb. 4 meeting.


City News Service: Memorial is today at Angel Stadium for Altobelli family who died in crash with Kobe Bryant

The memorial service for the three family members, who were among the nine people who died with Kobe Bryant in a helicopter crash on Jan. 26 in Calabasas, will begin at 4 p.m., John’s brother Tony Altobelli announced on Facebook.


OC Register: Orange County inmate dies in custody; no suspicious circumstances found

The inmate was taken from the jail to a hospital due to a medical issue that morning, and was pronounced dead about 3 a.m., said Carrie Braun, director of public affairs for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.


OC Register: Major Orange County freeway closures planned: Feb. 8-14

Here are major construction project closures happening on Orange County’s freeways and toll roads between Feb. 8 and Feb. 14, according to the Orange County Transportation Authority, Caltrans and the Transportation Corridor Agencies.


Daily Pilot: Huntington Beach library opens a new space for making things

The Makerspace, housed at the Central Library at 7111 Talbert Ave., also is equipped with a green screen, a Cricut Maker for die cutting, a LittleBits Code Kit for experimenting with coding, and sewing equipment.



OC Register: Administration’s $4.8 trillion budget proposal revisits rejected cuts

The President is offering a $4.8 trillion election year budget plan that recycles previously rejected cuts to domestic programs like food stamps and Medicaid to promise a balanced budget in 15 years — all while boosting the military and leaving Social Security and Medicare benefits untouched.


Publication Date: February 10, 2020