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Campus Closed While Police Investigate Fatal Shooting

By el Don News

All classes at Santa Ana College are canceled and the campus closed until further notice as police investigate the fatal

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Report of Man With Knife Prompts Lockdown at CEC

By Oliver Rivero

Police locked down Centennial Education Center for about half an hour on Friday, when a non-student came onto campus and

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Classes Resume After Brief Po​we​r Outage

By Liz Fuentes

A power outage that hit the central part of Santa Ana left campus dark for about 15 minutes on Wednesday

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Older Model Hondas Stolen From Student Parking Lots

By Nikki Nelsen

Three older-model Hondas were stolen out of Parking Lot 6 and 7 midday Tuesday. Two were later recovered by Santa Ana Police Department though no arrests have been made, officials said.

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False Alarm Sends Out Active Shooter Announcement, Causes Panic

By Breanna Castaneda

A power outage triggered an active shooter announcement Nov. 27, briefly panicking students, faculty and staff.

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Club’s “Free Speech Ball” Deflated for Obscenities and Hate Speech

By el Don News

School officials ordered the deflation of a club’s “Free Speech Ball” today, saying that it was covered in hate speech

Court of Appeals Affirms Lawsuit Against District

By Timothy Bravo

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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Santiago Canyon College Reopens After Canyon Fire Evacuation Lifted

By Timothy Bravo

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.

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Firefighters Continue Battling Orange County Canyon Fire #2

By Timothy Bravo

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.

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

By Timothy Bravo

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.