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Huntington Beach is Clamping Down on Defiant E-Bike Riders

Huntington Beach will enforce its existing law banning electric bicycles (e-bikes) from the beach and bicycle paths, following a March 1 city council meeting. The move was attributed to...

New Round of Funding Drives Anaheim Transportation Network’s Electric Vehicle Goals

Anaheim’s plan to operate California’s first all-electric bus fleet are being fueled with a $5 million grant from the California Energy Commission. The grant—provided by the...

Costa Mesa Fairgrounds to Host Gun Show, Despite Backlash

The Costa Mesa fairgrounds will host a gun show in late March, despite fierce opposition from a California senator. The Crossroads of the West Gun Show...

Costa Mesa Becomes Latest City to Explore Pay Raise for Grocery Workers

Costa Mesa is considering boosting the hourly wages of grocery workers during the pandemic, joining a shopping list of other Orange County cities exploring...

More Orange County Cities Look to Condemn Child Marriage

The boycott of child marriage is gaining momentum in Orange County, where two more cities are considering joining a movement to ban the practice. Costa...

Art Exhibit Shows Persecution in China, Brings Tears to Fullerton Audience

FULLERTON, Calif.—As artist Caron G. Rand looked upon a painting titled “Organ Crimes,” depicting a young man in China having his organs forcibly harvested,...

Irvine Hopes Police Body Cams Will Build Transparency, Trust

The City of Irvine is moving forward with its plans of equipping its police force with body cameras. During its March 9 meeting, city council...

Community Choice Energy Program Could Have Costly Consequences for Huntington Beach, Finance Commissioners Warn

Huntington Beach’s finance commissioners are raising flags about the possible implications of joining the community choice energy (CCE) program. The city’s entry into the CCE poses significant...

It’s Game on for Orange County Athletes, Who Are Permitted to Play Again

Outdoor sports competitions can resume in Orange County on March 3, following a nearly year-long athletic shutdown, officials said Feb. 25. “As a strong supporter...

Pride Flag Triggers Controversy During Orange County Fair Meeting

Residents clashed during an Orange County Fair and Event Center board meeting Feb. 25 over a gay pride flag hanging at the fairgrounds. The flag...
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Arizona Gov. Ducey Orders Schools to Offer In-Person Learning

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued an executive order on Wednesday to have schools offer in-person learning by March 15 or after spring break. Students can...