TimesOC: Latest news in Orange County

President Donald Trump waves to supporters as he arrives on Air Force One at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana on Sunday.
President Donald Trump waves to supporters as he arrives on Air Force One at John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana on Sunday.
(Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)

Good morning, and welcome to the TimesOC newsletter. It’s Wednesday, Oct. 21.

My name is David Carrillo Peñaloza, the author of the TimesOC newsletter and an editor for Los Angeles Times Community News.

Here are the latest headlines in Orange County:

Joe Biden supporter Richard Williams, 70, of Irvine is grabbed and shoved by Donald Trump supporters.
Joe Biden supporter Richard Williams, 70, of Irvine is grabbed and shoved by Donald Trump supporters as tried to hold his Biden-Harris sign amid a sea of Trump supporters who gathered on Via Lido to get a glimpse of the president’s motorcade while going to a Newport Beach fundraiser on Sunday.
(Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times)

News

— President Donald Trump’s visit to Newport Beach draws many supporters and some critics

— The Beach Boys, tony Lido Isle, $150,000 tickets: A peek inside Trump’s Orange County fundraiser

— Private Trump fundraiser in Newport Beach raises $10 million for reelection campaign

— New rules keep Disneyland and many other California theme parks closed for now

— California attorney general asks court to compel GOP cooperation in ballot boxes investigation

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— Community newspaper backed by former Irvine mayor and current council candidate draws criticism

— Car rally in Orange County rails against Proposition 22

— TimesOC to host virtual panel on improving healthcare access for Cambodians and Vietnamese

— Costa Mesa church-led ‘Enough for All’ raises $700K for residents in need, but is it enough?

— OC Film Fiesta goes virtual and spotlights democracy

— ‘The Craft: Legacy’ stars O.C. trans actress Zoey Luna

— Huntington Beach City Council votes to appeal RHNA allocations

— Pacific Life Insurance Co. lays off almost 300 employees in light of COVID-19

— Laguna Beach Patriots Day Parade canceled due to coronavirus

— Heart to Heart — Just when ‘I Heart Costa Mesa’ was about to call it quits, fate intervened

Staffers from the National Museum of African American History and Culture install a Kobe Bryant jersey.
(Robert Stewart / National Museum of African American History and Culture)

Sports

— Smithsonian honors Kobe Bryant’s place in history with display in Washington

— Mission Viejo High coach launches letter campaign: ‘Let Us Play’

Eric Kay indicted in Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs’ overdose death

— Families of USC and UCLA football players petitioning to attend games

— Governor’s Cup regatta in Newport Beach announces date and rule changes for 2021

— Four more from Laguna Beach High girls’ water polo commit to colleges

— USC is deep at wide receiver. Will that affect how Trojans use Bru McCoy?

— Safeties at cornerback? UCLA positions itself to avoid COVID-19 postponements

— Rams’ Aaron Donald is double trouble for offenses, but 49ers had his number

— What do Chargers have in Justin Herbert? QB testing his risk vs. reward limits

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