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Investor Pat Maciariello, who'd gone from political novice to possible contender in the race to replace retiring U.S. Rep. John Campbell, R-Irvine, abruptly announced he'd terminated his campaign in a Facebook post late Monday. While the Laguna Hills
They can agree to celebrate the county's 125th anniversary next year, but as politicians typically do, they disagree on how to pay for it. Supervisor John Moorlach, who is championing the quasquicentennial celebration, wanted $10,000 of county funds
County Supervisor John Moorlach 's entry into the 45 t h Congressional District race, which he plans to announce officially Monday, immediately catapults him to the front of the four-Republican field, according to two veteran election watchers. The
County Supervisor John Moorlach, who sounded advance warning of the county's 1994 bankruptcy, is officially joining the race to replace retiring Rep. John Campbell, R-Irvine, bringing the field of candidates to four...But while the three other
A couple months ago, I introduced you to Laguna Hills investor Pat Maciariello , who's embarking on his first political candidacy with a bid to replace retiring Rep. John Campbell , R-Irvine. I portrayed Maciariello as a long shot to contend with
The first grand jury report described Orange County as being a "hotbed of corruption, conflict of interest and abuse of authority" while the next blamed political leaders for the "implosion" of the county's health plan for the poor. This week, jurors
Nicholas Cendoya , 19, and Kyndall Jack , 18, went hiking on Easter Sunday, but became separated and ultimately lost. Cendoya was located and removed to safety first, and Jack was found and airlifted out of the rugged terrain several hours later.
ANA Toward the end of a meeting that lasted more than seven hours on Tuesday, Orange County's Board of Supervisors agreed that they would like to hire Chandra Wallar to be the county's top manager, but they couldn't agree on how much to pay her.
ANA Orange County's Board of Supervisors on Tuesday continued to whittle the number of candidates under consideration for the vacant clerk-recorder position, choosing 11 out of an initial applicant pool of nearly 900 who will get a chance to
A federal judge has reaffirmed a $7 million verdict against former Orange County Treasurer-Tax Collector Chriss Street. The rejection of his appeal Tuesday came three years to the day after U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Richard Neiter ruled that Street