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Jack Bradley is a daily news reporter for The Epoch Times based in Southern California.
Irvine Employees Must Get Vaccinated or Tested for COVID-19
IRVINE, Calif.—Effective immediately, Irvine is requiring all city employees to be fully vaccinated or participate in weekly COVID-19 ...
August 2, 2021
Orange County Holds Dual Forums on Ethnic Studies
The Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) held an ethnic studies colloquium hosted by district superintendent Al Mijares on ...
July 23, 2021
Anaheim Greenlights Veteran’s Cemetery Site
The Orange County Board of Supervisors will consider allocating $20 million toward a veteran’s cemetery at Gypsum Canyon ...
July 22, 2021
Anaheim Could Lose $96 Million for Alleged Stadium Sale Violation
The city of Anaheim, California, could lose $96 million if the Angels baseball stadium sale violated state law. During a July 20 city council meeting, staff clarified how ...
July 21, 2021
Orange County to Provide More than 1,000 Emergency Housing Vouchers
Orange County, Calif. is rolling out a new housing plan that will offer more than 1,000 emergency housing vouchers ...
July 20, 2021
Falun Gong Practitioners Gather in LA for Vigil Marking 22 Years of Persecution in China
LOS ANGELES—About 300 Falun Gong practitioners held a candlelight vigil on July 18 next to the Chinese Consulate in Los ...
July 19, 2021
California Gubernatorial Candidates Argue Necessity of Recalling Newsom
YORBA LINDA, Calif.—A group of eight gubernatorial candidates gathered in Yorba Linda on July 16 to discuss the ...
July 19, 2021
Anaheim Council to Discuss Whether Stadium Sale Violated State Law
The city council in Anaheim, California, will probe bureaucrats on the sale of Angel Stadium following accusations that the transaction ...
July 16, 2021
California Postpones New Social Justice Math Framework
The California Board of Education voted unanimously to postpone a new mathematics framework that incorporates ethnic and social justice studies ...
July 15, 2021
Laguna Beach to Provide Its Own Utility Services
Laguna Beach, California, moved toward joining a community choice energy program (CCE) on July 13, with the goal of gradually replacing ...
July 14, 2021
California Lawmakers Extend Moratorium for Online Charter Schools
California lawmakers have extended a moratorium on non-classroom-based charters to 2025. AB 130, a multibillion-dollar educational budget bill, mandates that no new online charter schools are ...
July 13, 2021
Orange County Streetcar Expenses Continue to Grow
The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) on July 12 approved an additional $1.1 million for the county’s first ...
July 12, 2021
Bad Guys Doing Good: ‘Star Wars’ Troop Supports Local Charities
If you’ve taken a picture with a squad of Stormtroopers at Costco, or high-fived Darth Vader and a battalion of Clone troopers during ...
July 11, 2021
Adrian’s Kickback Ricochets as Police File Charges
Authorities in Huntington Beach, California, submitted charges July 8 against 35 minors in connection with an unruly beach ...
July 9, 2021
Orange County Cities Sue State Over Housing Mandates
A lawsuit filed by an association of Orange County cities alleges California’s housing mandate violated the state local planning ...
July 8, 2021
Santa Ana Approves $14 Million in Rental Assistance
The city council in Santa Ana, Calif. approved on July 6 an additional $14 million in emergency rental assistance ...
July 7, 2021
Orange County Cities Move to End Local Emergencies
Huntington Beach and Fullerton joined a minority of Orange County, California, cities on July 6 in moving to end local ...
July 7, 2021
Homeschool Applications Double in California
The number of home school applications submitted to the California Department of Education (DOE) soared during the 2020–2021 school ...
July 6, 2021
Reviving a Lost Art: Gallery Displays Students’ Traditional Paintings
Graduates of the Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) presented their final culminating artworks during a July 1 exhibition. LCAD is ...
July 2, 2021
Cypress Mayor Pro Tem Steps Down
Cypress Mayor Pro Tem Stacy Berry has stepped down from city council, marking the third time in recent months an Orange County, ...
July 2, 2021
Chinese Regime’s Century of Persecution: Californians Share Experiences
With July 1 marking the 100-year anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Southern California residents who escaped ...
July 1, 2021
Orange County Takes a Bite out of Its Mosquito Population
Southern California cities are preparing for battle against blood-sucking pests this summer as mosquito season picks up. The ...
June 30, 2021
Orange County High School Stays Open During Pandemic, Breaks Athletic Records
An Orange County, California, private school that stayed open for in-person instruction throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has set athletic ...
June 29, 2021
Orange County Fire Authority Attorney Racks Up $40,000 in Travel Fees
The Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) has spent more than $40,000 on a lawyer’s travel fees in the ...
June 28, 2021
Anaheim Facing Alleged Violations Over Angel’s Stadium Sale
Anaheim may have violated state law when selling the Angel Stadium and surrounding property, a California agency alleges. In ...
June 25, 2021
Charter School Faces Violations for Exaggerating Attendance, Charging Families
A Costa Mesa, Calif. charter school is under fire from the Orange County Department of Education (OCDE) for allegedly collecting funds from students, exaggerating ...
June 24, 2021
Irvine Halts Plans for Veterans Cemetery
The city council in Irvine, California, took no action to construct a Veteran's Memorial Park and Cemetery at the Orange County Great Park, ...
June 23, 2021
Florida Districts Reverse Mask Rules After DeSantis’ Order to Cut Funding
Congress to Award Congressional Gold Medals to Officers Who Helped Protect US Capitol
White House COVID-19 Response Coordinator: It’s ‘Time to Impose Vaccine Requirements’
The Moment in 1986 When Critical Race Theory Ousted the Civil Rights Movement
Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women, Retaliated Against Employee: NY Attorney General
New York City Mandating COVID-19 Vaccination for Restaurants, Gyms, Performances
Biles Wins Bronze on Beam After Returning to Olympics Following Health Concerns
Twitter Partners With AP, Reuters to Combat ‘Misinformation’
Over a Dozen Countries Added to CDC’s ‘Very High’ COVID-19 Travel Risk List
Tyson Foods to Require COVID-19 Vaccines for All American Workers