Kriz: Another 45 People Died Homeless in OC in December, 488 for the Year. Now, After 2 Weeks of Rain, What’s Next?
With another 45 people having died without fixed abode in December in OC, the number of homeless deceased for 2022 equaled 488 more than 100 more deaths than in 2021, and more than 2x the homeless death toll in 2019. Now after two weeks of rain, the County wants to reopen two Armories as „Cold…
Orange Unified’s new board majority terminated its popular superintendent and made promises for changes to come regarding programs and services for its 27,000 students. State Senator Dave Min has called the board’s decision “reckless” with the potential to “destabilize” the District.
The hyper-criminalization of communities of color in central Orange County must be recognized in order to implement sound policy that truly keeps our neighborhoods safe. As the City of Santa Ana welcomes its first woman Mayor, let’s focus on unity and not fear-mongering.
McDonald: OC Veterans and OC Black Chamber of Commerce Bring Black Buffalo Soldiers Corps to the Rose Parade
Orange County Veterans and the Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce are sponsoring the Rose Parade appearance of highly decorated heroes of all Black Buffalo Soldiers Corps.
“I’m reminded of the importance of local news in keeping our local leaders accountable and transparency in government. I’ve heard that lots of local newsrooms have shuttered, and I think it’s important to support journalism. “