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Sen. Bates introduces SB 1025, giving tax credits to organizations sponsoring blood drives

Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) introduced SB 1025 which grants tax credits to companies and organizations that sponsor blood drives. During a time when the nation is experiencing a blood shortage, SB 1025 intends to boost blood donations by encouraging the hosting of blood drives. Senator Bates issued the following …continue reading

Estate plans let you control your legacy

When you hear “estate planning,” what do you think of? For many people, these words evoke images of immense wealth. But estate planning isn’t just for the wealthy – it’s for everyone. And it’s about more than preserving wealth – it’s about putting you in control of your own legacy. …continue reading

Senator Umberg announces Young Senators Program

Senator Thomas J. Umberg (D-Santa Ana) announced today that the inaugural Young Senators Program for the 34th Senate District is now accepting applications. The goal of this program is to provide current High School Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors with educational opportunities that foster skills in public service, empowering them as …continue reading

Lincoln Club of Orange County endorses Mari Barke, Tim Shaw, and Lisa Sparks for Orange County Board of Education

California’s leading conservative donor organization, the Lincoln Club of Orange County, announced its endorsement of 2nd District Trustee Mari Barke, 4th District Trustee Tim Shaw, and 5th District Trustee Lisa Sparks in their re-election to the Orange County Board of Education. Lincoln Club of Orange County President Teresa Hernandez issued …continue reading

Senator Newman introduces bill to bolster conservation efforts along California’s coast

State Senator Josh Newman (D-Fullerton) introduced legislation today to establish an independent workforce corps that will focus on restoration and climate resiliency along the California Coast. SB 1036 will establish the California Ocean Corps through a four-year pilot program, based in Orange County that may serve as a model for …continue reading

Northbound I-405 Warner Avenue on- and off-ramps to close for approximately 45 days

Crews will close the NB I-405 on-ramp from Warner Avenue and the NB I-405 loop off-ramp to Warner to accommodate the freeway widening. The ramp is scheduled to close 10 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 22, and is anticipated to reopen after approximately 45 days. Sign up for project-wide and bridge-specific construction …continue reading

Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts raises a toast to the Rat Pack and Marilyn

The Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts (CCPA) proposes A TOAST TO THE RAT PACK & MARILYN on Saturday, March 19 at 8 p.m. Tickets start at $35. In a high-energy show honoring the 1960s heyday of the Rat Pack’s legendary Las Vegas concerts, four acclaimed tribute artists re-create the …continue reading

OCTA and Coach Operators’ Union reach tentative agreement, OC Bus service continues as usual

OCTA and the union representing OCTA’s coach operators struck a tentative agreement on a new contract on Tuesday, keeping buses running for the thousands of Orange County passengers who rely upon bus service. The tentative agreement was reached following more than 21 hours of negotiations that began Monday and lasted …continue reading

American Ballet Theatre presents ABT Forward at Segerstrom Center for the Arts

American Ballet Theatre, Official Dance Company of Segerstrom Center for the Arts, presents ABT Forward, a mixed repertory program performed March 16–19, 2022, with three dazzling works highlighting the Company’s incredible artistry and athleticism, and the inspiring visions of three of today’s most exciting choreographers. ABT Forward will be highlighted …continue reading

Seal Beach Police seek suspect who brandished firearm at shoe store

The Seal Beach Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance with identifying a male suspect who brandished a firearm during an argument at a shoe store. On Saturday, February 12, 2022, at about 10:44 am, the Seal Beach Police Department received a call of a man brandishing a firearm just …continue reading

Fatal traffic collision at Crescent Avenue and Watson Street in Cypress

On February 15, 2022, at 5:40 p.m., the Cypress Police Department received several 911 calls reporting a traffic accident near Crescent Avenue and Watson Street. Within minutes, the first officers arrived on the scene and discovered the traffic collision involving four vehicles, with one car fully engulfed in flames after …continue reading

 

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