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Orange County’s proposed annual spending plan for the coming fiscal year is $9.3 billion. Proposition 172 will bring in an estimated $432.7 million, 80% of which will go to the Sheriff’s Department.
City officials said a social media report about the death of a student that came out of a discussion during a recent meeting of the Laguna Beach Woman’s Club was not true.
The strike by paratransit drivers, represented by the Teamsters union, began May 3. It came several months after maintenance workers in the same local went on strike in a contract dispute.
Detectives responded around 11:25 p.m. Thursday to Beach Boulevard and Stark Avenue on a report of an injured pedestrian lying in the road, according to the Huntington Beach Police Department.
The fatal crash occurred about 4:40 p.m. Thursday at Magnolia Street and Garfield Avenue, the Huntington Beach Police Department reported.
The county has done about 1,800 trials since June of 2020, according to Orange County Superior Court Judge M. Marc Kelly, who organized the thank-you event for jurors.
Ex-boyfriend Ryan Matthew Geraghty, 34, was arrested in February 2022 following a roughly two-hour standoff with Newport Beach police at the home of Elizabeth Lyn Vargas.
Steven Martinez of San Diego won the 26-mile, 385-yard full 19th OC Marathon Sunday in record time. The race ended at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa.
A 28-year-old man accused of raping two women at Huntington Beach Hospital was sentenced Tuesday and ordered to register as a sex offender.
“Our shared vision is one program offered at two sites to provide patients with the right care in a location close to home,” said Dr. Glen Van Arsdell, who will be the new program’s chief.