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California High School Athletes Sue Governor Over Indoor Sports Restrictions

California High School Athletes Sue Governor Over Indoor Sports Restrictions

BY GQ PAN A group of high school athletes in Southern California are suing Gov. Gavin Newsom over the statewide ban on indoor youth sports during the CCP virus pandemic. Five student athletes from Orange County—two volleyball players, a basketball player, a wrestler, and a cheerleader—filed a joint lawsuit against Newsom, seeking a temporary restraining order that would allow them to return […]

Costa Mesa Fairgrounds to Host Gun Show, Despite Backlash

Costa Mesa Fairgrounds to Host Gun Show, Despite Backlash

BY JACK BRADLEY The Costa Mesa fairgrounds will host a gun show in late March, despite fierce opposition from a California senator. The Crossroads of the West Gun Show will run March 26 to 28, after The Orange County Fair and Event Center board of directors approved its return during a Feb. 25 meeting. Ashleigh Aitken was the only dissenting vote. On Feb. […]

CPAC Conference Focuses Heavily on Election Integrity

CPAC Conference Focuses Heavily on Election Integrity

BY PETR SVAB The Conservative Political Action Conference, the country’s largest conservative conference, is dedicating the largest portion of its program to election integrity this year. The Feb. 25-28 conference features at least nine program points focused on elections, including seven part series of talks on “Protecting Elections,” a panel titled “Shining a Light on the […]

Special Election to Recall Gov. Newsom Likely to Be Held This Fall: Adviser to Recall Effort

Special Election to Recall Gov. Newsom Likely to Be Held This Fall: Adviser to Recall Effort

BY SAMUEL ALLEGRI An effort to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom will likely succeed in getting a special election by fall this year, according to Randy Economy, senior adviser to the Recall Gavin 2020 effort. “The process has begun,” Economy told Fox on Thursday. “We’re going to continue to work as hard as we can and to make […]

Disneyland Unveils Special Park Event in March

Disneyland Unveils Special Park Event in March

BY CITY NEWS SERVICE ANAHEIM—Disneyland officials released details Feb. 24 of a mini opening of the theme park in Anaheim next month in a limited-capacity ticketed event called A Touch of Disney. The theme park, which has been shut down for a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will reopen partially on March 18 through April 5 for the […]

San Francisco School Board Halts Plan to Rename 44 Schools, Focuses on Reopening Them

San Francisco School Board Halts Plan to Rename 44 Schools, Focuses on Reopening Them

By GQ PAN Following local and national backlash, San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) said over the weekend that it will put on hold the plan to rename its 44 schools and instead, focus on their reopening. In a statement released to the San Francisco Chronicle, San Francisco Board of Education President Gabriela López said that reopening schools […]

UCI Says Its Antibody Treatment Could Reduce COVID-19 Hospitalizations Nationwide

UCI Says Its Antibody Treatment Could Reduce COVID-19 Hospitalizations Nationwide

BY JAMIE JOSEPH Medical researchers at the University of California–Irvine (UCI) say their ongoing success with administering antibodies to treat COVID-19 could slow hospitalizations nationwide. The UCI Health researchers say they continue to see positive results in their clinical method for infusing patients with monoclonal antibodies—laboratory-made proteins that mimic the immune system’s ability to fight off viruses—for the second consecutive […]

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Expresses Concern About COVID-19 Vaccines in Leaked Footage

Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Expresses Concern About COVID-19 Vaccines in Leaked Footage

BY ZACHARY STIEBER Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made comments last year about COVID-19 vaccines that clash with policies that his platform has implemented, leaked video shows. Zuckerberg said in July 2020: “I do just want to make sure that I share some caution on this [vaccine] because we just don’t know the long-term side effects of basically modifying people’s […]

Make the Most of Pomegranate Season

Make the Most of Pomegranate Season

BY ARI LEVAUX The juicy, sweet-tart arils add bright pops of joy to any meal As holiday talk builds to a festive pitch, and the cold darkness moves to embrace you, don’t sleep on pomegranate season. It’s on, and ready to sneak back into your life. With a fresh pomegranate in your palm, you have magic at your […]

Store Shelves Empty Again Amid Second-Wave Fear

Store Shelves Empty Again Amid Second-Wave Fear

BY JAMIE JOSEPH IRVINE, Calif.—As Orange County, California, entered the state’s most restrictive COVID-19 monitoring tier with a surge in cases, shoppers flocked to grocery stores to bulk purchase, leaving shelves empty again. The region landed in the purple tier Nov. 16, prompting Gov. Gavin Newsom to order the closure of indoor gyms and cinemas. Restaurants who are now […]

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