Local News

Jenny January 20, 2015

Residents in south Anaheim Guinida Lane’s neighborhood took a lesson from history books on the morning of Saturday, Jan 10. ‘Paul Revere’ rode his horse, bell ringing loudly, signaling Paul Revere Park was officially open. Located adjacent to Paul Revere Elementary School, the Paul Revere Park dedication event welcomed hundreds of local residents and friends […]

Jenny January 20, 2015

by Vickie Vértiz State data recently released shows that Orange Country police are arresting less women and more men who are involved in sex work, said the Register. One reason for the change is that some agencies now consider sex workers as “victims of abuse rather than criminals,” said the paper, and are connecting some […]

Jenny January 8, 2015

by Vickie Vértiz Just like ticket prices went up for regular admission to the park this year, membership changes are coming to the ultra-exclusive Club 33 at Disneyland. Platinum members already pay a $25,000 initiation fee, along with $11,000-plus in annual dues for the restaurant in New Orleans Square and other benefits. Those members in […]

Jenny December 23, 2014

In an effort to stem the rise in impaired driving crashes traditionally seen around the holiday period, the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) announced the start of the December DUI Crackdown on Dec 12th, which will continue through Jan. 1. The crackdown kickoff coincided with the launch of the agency’s designated driver mobile app, […]

Jenny December 23, 2014

by Vickie Vértiz A man suspected of impersonating Anaheim police has authorities looking for him. The Orange County Register reported that two of his victims were women who were approached on October 26 at around ten in the morning. Two women were pulled over near the intersection of La Palma Avenue and Anaheim Boulevard by […]

Jenny December 17, 2014

More than 2,200 Anaheim Union students are gearing up to stage the first-ever AUHSD Servathon, which will be held on Monday, January 19, 2015, coinciding with the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. federal holiday and National Day of Service. The Servathon is a fundraiser similar to a jogathon, but instead of getting sponsors for laps, […]

Jenny December 17, 2014

by Vickie Vértiz After a state senator complained, the Orange County District Attorney requested that the president of the Anaheim City School District investigate allegations of parent intimidation and harassment as they try to improve their struggling school. According to the Orange County Register, a group of parents have been collecting signatures to take over […]

Jenny December 10, 2014

by Vickie Vértiz On the afternoon of Monday, December 1, protesters gathered outside the Anaheim Police Department and City Hall to join the national day of demonstrations against police brutality. In August, a grand jury failed to indict police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri after he gunned down Michael Brown, an unarmed teen. Now, […]