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2-year-old girl attacked by coyote in Orange County, California

A coyote attacked a 2-year-old girl in a park in Orange County, California, police said Friday. The child, who was not identified, is recovering from her injuries. The child was in Mile Square Park in the city of Fountain Valley when she was attacked around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Fountain Valley Police Department said in a statement.
ORANGE COUNTY, CA
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FENTANYL EMPIRE: THE INLAND EMPIRE’S LATEST DRUG CRISIS

Fentanyl, a drug that has been running rampant within the United States, is becoming a serious issue within the Inland Empire. The region that once was called “The Meth Capital of the World” now fears that fentanyl will cause another drug epidemic. Riverside City College Viewpoints journalists, in partnership with California Humanities through the Democracy and Informed Citizen Emerging Journalist Fellowship Program, looked to answer three questions: 1) How is the drug entering the region? 2) What does fentanyl do to a person who consumes it? 3) What solutions does the Inland Empire have?
RIVERSIDE, CA
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The Boom Boom Room & The Lavender Scare: Two Reasons to Attend A Pride Festival & Show Support to Your LGBTQ+ Community

Prohibition Ends, Pathing the Way for The Boom Boom Room's Inception. The Boom Boom Room, formerly known as the South Seas bar, was the first Laguna Beach establishment to be granted a legal liquor license following the end of Prohibition. Prohibition spanned from 1920 to 1933 and was the period during which the US Constitution's 18th amendment prohibited the making, transporting or selling of alcohol. Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) ran his election campaign on the notion that he sought to repeal Prohibition if elected. Following the Great Depression, legalizing the liquor industry meant creating both jobs and revenue. As a result of this lucrative possibility, FDR easily defeated then-president Herbert Hoover and swiftly ended Prohibition. [i]
LAGUNA BEACH, CA
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Pay raises on council agenda

Pay and benefit raises for various categories of employment are on the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting of the Garden Grove City Council. The council will consider agreements with employee unions, a middle management group and central management and city manager. Employees represented by the Orange County Employees Association (Garden...
GARDEN GROVE, CA
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Sawdust Art Festival preview night draws crowd

As the Sawdust Art Festival enters its first weekend of the season, it held preview night on June 21 to show guests what they can expect this summer. Although the gates opened at 6 p.m. the line to enter stretched down the block. Neighbors waved to each other, laughing and commenting “long time no see.” The excitement was palpable.
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Mariners' France lands on IL with elbow strain

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Seattle Mariners will be without another key member of their offense for at least a couple weeks, but considering how bad the injury to first baseman Ty France looked, they consider themselves fortunate. France was placed on the 10-day injured list Saturday with a...
SEATTLE, WA
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Asm. Petrie-Norris announces hiring Michael Tou to serve as District Director

Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris has announced hiring Michael Tou to serve as District Director. In this role, Michael will lead the district team on community outreach, constituent services, and policy issues for the cities of Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Laguna Woods and Laguna Beach. “I am thrilled to...
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Irvine Residents Sound Off on OCPA

Since releasing the poll, hundreds and hundreds of Irvine residents have weighed in, with 98% (yes, you read that right!) firmly behind Agran. And, scores of readers felt strongly enough about the matter to include a comment. Below is a small sampling of those comments:. I fully support a forensic...
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