Court of Appeals Affirms Lawsuit Against District

The Rancho Santiago Community College District is losing about $1 million after the Orange County Court of Appeals affirmed a prior lawsuit decision against the district.

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  • April 30, 2018

State Retirement Agency Rejects Chancellor’s New Salary

  State retirement officials have rejected District Chancellor Raul Rodriguez’s new salary, after determining that it violates retirement law.

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  • April 11, 2018

Newport Beach and Orange Oppose Sanctuary Law

Orange and Newport Beach city councils voted yesterday in support of the U.S. Department of Justice’s lawsuit against the ‘sanctuary state’ law.

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  • December 6, 2017

College Campuses Face Attack on Free Speech

It began as a peaceful protest.

Santiago Canyon College Reopens After Canyon Fire Evacuation Lifted

After three days of mandatory evacuation from a firestorm, Santiago Canyon College will resume normal operations Thursday, Oct. 12, after the campus was deemed safe by authorities.

Firefighters Continue Battling Orange County Canyon Fire #2

Firefighters on Tuesday are continuing to contain a firestorm that torched Orange County Monday, forcing the evacuation of homes and schools, including Santiago Canyon College, in the cities of Anaheim, Tustin and Orange.

Santiago Canyon College Evacuated After Fast-Moving Fire Sweeps Anaheim Hills

A canyon fire, swept up by the Santa Ana winds, scorched the Anaheim Hills today, threatening thousands of home and forcing the evacuation of local schools including Santiago Canyon College.

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  • September 12, 2017

Hundreds March Through Downtown Santa Ana to Defend DACA

Marching along the streets of downtown Santa Ana Tuesday, Luis Ramirez would not back down. With a megaphone clutched in his right hand and an army behind him, the sea of protesters flooded the streets, carrying with them waves of protest.

Addressing Mental Illnesses Is the First Step in Reducing Stigma

While many people may fail to recognize and understand mental illness, for others, these health issues are a daily reality. In an effort to encourage awareness and assistance, mental health organizations and healthcare professionals unite each May to promote National Mental Health Awareness Month.

Homeless Population Grows Along Santa Ana River

Homelessness in Orange County has been growing over the past few years, with hundreds residing along the Santa Ana River fearing for their future.