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Sarah Le is a reporter for New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television and its media partner, The Epoch Times. She covers important general interest news events and topics in Southern California. She lives with her husband and two children in Los Angeles.
Orange County Projected to Receive 25,000 COVID-19 Vaccines by Dec. 15
The first round of COVID-19 vaccines is estimated to arrive in Orange County, California, by Dec. 15, according ...
December 9, 2020
Outdoor Exhibit at Nixon Library Commemorates 50th Anniversary of the EPA
Fifty years after President Richard Nixon established the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda, ...
December 8, 2020
Disney Employees Face More Layoffs, Furloughs as Park Losses Mount
The Walt Disney Company has announced more employee layoffs and furloughs in response to mounting losses from the ...
December 3, 2020
OC School Board Member Requests Recount After Losing Election by 1 Vote
One of the candidates for a spot on the Brea Olinda Unified School District board has been granted ...
December 2, 2020
Newport-Mesa Teachers Call Hybrid Education an ‘Utter Failure’
Teachers in Southern California's Newport-Mesa Unified School District (NMUSD) are imploring the schools to return to distance learning ...
December 1, 2020
OCTA Extends On-Demand Ride Service for Parts of Orange County
An on-demand ride service operated by the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA)—but available only in a limited area ...
November 26, 2020
OC Homeless Organizations Get Creative During the Pandemic
Organizations that provide support services to homeless individuals in Orange County have had to get creative this year ...
November 23, 2020
Irvine-Based Taco Bell Foundation Awarding $7.5 Million in Annual Scholarships
The Taco Bell Foundation, based in Irvine, California, has started accepting applications for its annual Live Más Scholarship ...
November 20, 2020
Orange County Supervisors Allocate $1 Million to Ailing Restaurants
Orange County supervisors have set aside $1 million in federal relief funds to help restaurants adapt to newly ...
November 18, 2020
Costa Mesa Dedicates $2.5 Million County Grant to Homeless Shelter
The City of Costa Mesa, California, has accepted a $2.5 million grant from the Orange County Health Care ...
November 12, 2020
OCTA Could Benefit From Lower Construction Costs Due to Pandemic, Analysts Say
The rise in unemployment in California during the COVID-19 pandemic will likely contribute to a drop in construction ...
November 12, 2020
Disneyland Resort Announces More Furloughs, Cancels Reservations Until 2021
Disneyland Resort in California is planning to furlough more employees and has canceled all reservations through the end ...
November 10, 2020
Orange County Justice Center Renamed for Asian-American ‘Legal Icon’
The Superior Court of Orange County, California, has renamed its justice center to honor the first Asian American ...
November 9, 2020
New Mental Health Campaigns Target At-Risk Groups in Orange County
Officials in Orange County, California, have launched three different campaigns to help residents with mental illness or substance ...
November 7, 2020
Officials to Hire New Health Equity Director for Orange County
Officials in Orange County, California, are actively recruiting people for a new position as director of a Population ...
November 5, 2020
Orange County Officials, Residents Look Forward to Changes in Pandemic Policy
The Orange County Board of Supervisors voted to continue local health emergency declarations related to the COVID-19 pandemic ...
November 4, 2020
Majority of Orange County Voters Have Already Cast Their Ballots
On the last day of early voting in Orange County, California, before the presidential election on Nov. 3, ...
November 2, 2020
Voting Centers Open Throughout Orange County
With Election Day just days away, hundreds of voting centers opened across Orange County and Southern California on ...
October 31, 2020
Man Freed After Years in Vietnamese Prison Returns Home to Orange County
An Orange County man has been freed unexpectedly and returned home to California after spending more than two ...
October 29, 2020
Swirling Wind Gusts Continue to Fuel Silverado Fire in Orange County
A day and night of swirling wind gusts coupled with dry weather pushed the Silverado Fire to swell ...
October 27, 2020
60,000 Evacuated as Silverado Fire in Irvine Scorches Thousands of Acres
About 60,000 people were forced to evacuate in the Irvine area on Oct. 26 due to the Silverado ...
October 26, 2020
Orange County Launches Student Contest to ‘Normalize Mask Wearing’
To “help normalize mask wearing” in the community, the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA) in California has ...
October 24, 2020
OC School of the Arts Wrestles With Teachers Over Scheduled Reopening
The Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) has announced it might delay the in-person return date for ...
October 23, 2020
Orange County Might Not Reach Least Restrictive Tier Until Next Summer
It could be next summer before Orange County reaches the least restrictive tier in California’s COVID-19 monitoring system, ...
October 21, 2020
Orange County Food Banks Set to Receive $3 Million in Additional Funding
Orange County officials are expected to vote to provide $3 million in additional federal funding toward local food ...
October 20, 2020
Orange County Targets Asian, Pacific Islander Communities With Mobile COVID-19 Testing
A new “strike team” dedicated to increased COVID-19 testing of the Asian and Pacific Islander (API) communities in ...
October 19, 2020
Chapman University Battles COVID Outbreak Among Students
Orange County health officials said an outbreak of COVID-19 that popped up around the campus of Chapman University ...
October 16, 2020
Michigan Expands Mask Requirement to Children as Young as 2
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Forms ‘America First Caucus’
DOJ Sues Roger Stone for Nearly $2 Million in Unpaid Taxes
Cancel Culture Is Part of Plot to Transform the Culture of America—Interview With Gene D’Agostino
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Video: Facts Matter (April 16): James O’Keefe Gets Banned From Twitter After Exposing CNN, Lawsuit Coming
Chicago Police Union President Calls Shooting of Adam Toledo ‘Justified,’ Officer’s Actions ‘Heroic’
US Condemns Sentencing of HK Pro-Democracy Activists, Call Charges ‘Politically Motivated’
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Castro Era in Cuba to End as Raul Confirms He’s Retiring
Biden Seeks Unity With Japan’s Suga Against China at First White House Summit
Trump Ally Vernon Jones Announces Run for Georgia Governor