Oct. 28, 2020


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While Oliver Chi denies any wrongdoing, a lawyer for Behzad Zamanian, the Huntington Beach chief information officer, says that Chi retaliated after his client refused to do an email search on City Atty. Michael Gates. The secretary who accused Chi of sexual harassment took a settlement before an investigation was completed.

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District closed its primary school campuses through Wednesday in light of the Silverado wildfire, which is at 5% containment as of Tuesday evening.

There are five candidates on the ballot this election for two open seats on the Laguna Beach City Council.

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Election Day is less than two weeks and the last day to register to vote in California was Oct. 19. Here’s your options on how to vote on or by Nov. 3.

Thousands of protesters have converged in Orange County to speak out about the death of unarmed Black man George Floyd while in the custody of Minneapolis police, as well as other Black men, women and children who have died at the hands of police.

Honoring this year’s graduating seniors from high schools in Newport Beach, Huntington Beach, Costa Mesa, Fountain Valley, Laguna Beach and other parts of Orange County.

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