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The Orange County Register has published three articles following the release of a video showing an adjunct professor at Cypress College interrupting and berating a student during his presentation on so-called “cancel culture” that included his support of police. Here’s the video: Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Here are …continue reading

Seal of the Governor and photo of Gavin Newsom courtesy of the Office of the Governor of the State of California.

As the country continues to confront a history of racial injustice, deeply rooted in the legacy of slavery and systemic racism, today, Governor Gavin Newsom appointed five individuals to serve on the newly formed Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans. The formation of this task …continue reading

Cover art for the May 2021 edition of OCB's Dining, Arts, and Entertainment guide.

Top Ten Stories for May 02 through May 08 include a mysterious death, child pornography, and a bike and pedestrian trail. Top Ten Stories for May 02 through May 08 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Woman dies under …continue reading

Shoulder patch design courtesy of Long Beach Police Department.

The Long Beach Police Department has made an arrest of a police officer currently employed with the Los Angeles Police Department and booked for charges related to child sexual abuse material. In October of 2020, detectives from the Long Beach Police Department’s Internet Crimes Against Children Taskforce received a CyberTip …continue reading

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LAEF is bringing its 12th annual Summer Enrichment Institute (SEI) back on-campus after offering virtual classes last year. Fun and academic enrichment classes will be offered to students in grades TK-12 in two summer sessions (June 28-July 29 and July 12-23). Classes are one hour and fifty minutes in length …continue reading

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Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer issued the following statement on Friday, May 7: An independent outside law firm hired by the County’s CEO conducted an investigation and concluded what the Orange County District Attorney’s Office had previously uncovered and disclosed to the County: a former OCDA manager sexually harassed …continue reading

featured graphic for California State Senator Dave Min representing District 37 during COVID-19

Senator Dave Min (D-Irvine) released the following statement in response to Governor Gavin Newsom halting the California Department of Motor Vehicles’ proposal to eliminate 25 language options from its written driving test, including Korean: Yesterday, I released a statement criticizing the DMV’s attempt to eliminate 25 language services, including Korean, …continue reading