May 12, 2020 Media Brief
There’s been a marked jump in homeless deaths in Orange County, spiking in April to their highest level in a year with a similar deadly trend extending into May, according to coroner data obtained by Voice of OC.
Anaheim renters may still get their eviction protections extended for another month, after city council members found a new way to try and vote it through today.
Daily Pilot: Newport Beach resident organized California’s back-to-work protests, but now she’s calling it quits
Organizer Vivienne Nicole Reign is currently embroiled in legal challenges concerning her neuropathy clinics, including a civil lawsuit alleging fraud and financial elder abuse.
Angels baseball owner Arte Moreno is slated to present plans for developing the 153-acre Angel Stadium land by the end of the month to Anaheim, over a year earlier than deadlines call for in the sale agreement.
A study released Thursday by the UC Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education found that $413 million in additional funding could be in California’s Unemployment Insurance Fund if Lyft and Uber classified their drivers as employees from 2014 to 2019.
Two unprecedented proposals to help Californians weather the fiscal storm unleashed by the coronavirus crisis are expected to be unveiled Tuesday by Democrats in the state Senate — one to help struggling renters, the other to create a $25-billion economic recovery fund by issuing long-term vouchers to those willing to prepay their future state income taxes.
Gov. Gavin Newsom is expected Tuesday to provide more details of what’s required before his plan to reopen California’s economy reaches restaurant dining rooms, shuttered since mid-March under a statewide order.
The federal stimulus payments now going out to U.S. households are aimed at helping families weather the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic. But some taxpayers may find their payouts aren't what they expected, according to the IRS.
Publication Date: May 12, 2020