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  • Trump rally and protests prompt changes in O.C. Fair Board policies

    Trump rally and protests prompt changes in O.C. Fair Board policies

    Almost five months after a campaign rally at the Pacific Amphitheatre for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump sparked protests that snarled traffic and resulted in vandalism, the Orange County Fair Board adopted new policies Thursday that they hope will help administrators better manage...

  • Wallet stolen at Glendale post office used to purchase laptop, police say

    Wallet stolen at Glendale post office used to purchase laptop, police say

    Police are looking for a man who stole someone’s wallet at a Glendale post office last month and later used the victim’s credit card to buy a laptop from Best Buy, authorities said. Around 4:40 p.m. on Aug. 25, the victim set his wallet, sunglasses and iPhone on a counter at the post office — located...

  • Asian Americans' numbers and political influence are growing

    Asian Americans' numbers and political influence are growing

    Asian Americans are the fastest-growing racial group in the United States, according to U.S. Census data, having nearly doubled their share of the electorate in the past decade. By the year 2044, Asian Americans are expected to become 10% of all voters nationally, and in Orange County, home to...

  • Hoax bomb threat puts a pause in the school day at Hoover High

    A bomb threat called in to Herbert Hoover High School in Glendale Thursday morning was a hoax, police said. The school was on a “soft” lockdown for less than an hour as police searched the campus after a caller, around 11:20 a.m., said the school would blow up in five minutes, according to Glendale...

  • OCC might ban Newport-Mesa high schools from using its sports facilities after intoxication reports

    OCC might ban Newport-Mesa high schools from using its sports facilities after intoxication reports

    Orange Coast College is still considering whether Newport-Mesa high schools can use its sports facilities following reports of student intoxication at the Battle of the Bay football game. OCC spokesman Juan Gutierrez said Wednesday that the college is assessing Friday's events at and outside LeBard...

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