Voice of OC is focused on uncovering the real news and presenting it in a way that helps you understand what is really happening, why it matters and what’s next, in real time.
We don’t just print Coronavirus numbers, we tell you the story behind the data and why it matters. We don’t just tell you what the government has done, we tell you what’s next and how it impacts your life so you can get involved before a decision is made.
Our nonpartisan and investigative reporting gives you a quick analysis of the news of the day so you can engage, participate and take action on important issues happening in your community.
In the past week, take a look at just some of our stories:
- Education leaders are spending millions of taxpayer dollars on internal litigation with funds intended for direct school services.
- A new Anaheim Coronavirus testing site lacks Spanish and non-English language materials weeks after opening, despite North Orange County being home to many Spanish speaking families who are severely impacted by COVID-19.
- Street racing in Santa Ana is an ongoing problem, yet the local government remains inactive on the issue.
- OC Supervisors are moving forward with John Wayne Airport private jet expansion plans despite residents’ safety and environment concerns over the changing nature of airplane traffic.
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