Hillary Davis covered the city of Newport Beach for the Daily Pilot until she left in August 2020. She joined the Pilot in February 2017 after spending 10 years reporting for newspapers across Arizona, where she was a six-time finalist for the Arizona Press Club’s Community Journalist of the Year. She earned a master’s degree in mass communication from Arizona State University and a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Arizona.
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A resolution, unanimously passed by the City Council, applauded officers for how they handled several local protests earlier this summer that were part of the international movement against police brutality in the United States.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a mobile police fingerprinting system Tuesday over the objections of anti-racism activists who said the tool would disproportionately impact people of color and people living in the margins.
The California Department of Public Health dropped Orange County from its watchlist on Sunday, putting it in company with seven other counties including San Diego and Santa Cruz.
The City Council will consider a resolution Tuesday that recognizes the force’s response on June 3, when five separate protests took place at various times and locations in town.
Judge says that any prosecutor in Spitzer’s office who won the case would be in a position of making his boss look “foolish” for saying the case could not be prosecuted. And any prosecutor who did not “vigorously” pursue guilty pleas would leave themselves open to discipline from the state bar.
This is a story about how young Eric Connella and his friends had an itch for some wholesome hijinks in 1983 and wrote a few lines into Newport Beach history. It’s the story of Tower P.
The city of Newport Beach has agreed to pay $360,000 to settle a wrongful arrest suit stemming from a 2016 incident involving a declined credit card for a $16 cab ride.
From a podium fashioned from shipping boxes, Rep. Harley Rouda said removal of blue curbside outgoing boxes and elimination of overtime are a plan to suppress the vote in November that could unseat President Trump.
The case rate is 109.7 per 100,000 people, close to the 100 per 100,000 threshold that would get the county closer to easing restrictions.