Today's Voice of OC's shows the power of partnership, with PBS SoCal reporter David Nazar's expose into a slush fund that allegedly steered money from a local sports apparel company to local high school coaches across Orange County.
In other news:
The local GOP censures central committee member Marilyn Davenport for forwarding a racist email about President Obama to other committee members.
The state redistricting commission takes public testimony in Santa Ana on Friday.
The Daila Llama speaks in Irvine.
Meanwhile, atheists put up a billboard that solicits non-believers in Westminster, the first city in Orange County to display "In God We Trust" across their city council dais.
The Daily Pilot reportes on Costa Mesa City Council approving upwards to $180,000 to modernize its development services department.
Also in the Daily Pilot is a story on the death of Assemblyman Allan Mansoor's bill aimed at stripping public employee unions of their right to collectively bargain for pension benefits.
Santa Ana orders demolition of the historic but shuddered Saddleback Inn on First Street.
Placentia joins the federal government's immigration screening program for employees.
State signing up seniors for food stamps.
Lake Forest parents say closing an elementary school primarily used by Latino students is racist.
Laguna Niguel bans pot dispensaries.
-- THE EDITORS