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Disneyland cuts back on entertainment during peak summer season

Disney California Adventure has canceled two shows and cut back performances on two more as atmosphere entertainment continues to shrink at the Anaheim theme park heading into the busy Fourth of July weekend during the peak of summer. Disney California Adventure is trimming schedules in July for the Warriors of Wakanda in Avengers Campus and…
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Supreme Court preserves access to widely used abortion medication

By MARK SHERMAN (Associated Press) WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously preserved access to a medication that was used in nearly two-thirds of all abortions in the U.S. last year, in the court’s first abortion decision since conservative justices overturned Roe v. Wade two years ago. The justices ruled that abortion opponents…
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Report: Lakers interviewing JJ Redick for coaching job this weekend

The Lakers will reportedly interview JJ Redick in Southern California for the organization’s head coaching vacancy this weekend. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported on Thursday morning that Redick, the former player-turned-broadcaster, has the opportunity to “move him to the forefront” of the Lakers’ coaching search with a strong interview performance. Redick’s interview will come after the…
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California has No. 1 US wage gap between haves and have-nots

”Survey says” looks at various rankings and scorecards judging geographic locations while noting these grades are best seen as a mix of artful interpretation and data. Buzz: The pay gap between California’s upper and lower halves of the pay scale is larger than any other state. Source: My trusty spreadsheet looked at some federal jobs…
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Despite budget crisis, Orange will save cherished community events, hire police and fire — for now

After weeks of budget deliberations on a projected deficit, the Orange City Council voted Tuesday to temporarily protect beloved community events such as the 3rd of July fireworks celebration and the Christmas tree lighting ceremony. The council also directed city staffers to continue to hire police and fire officers for roles never before filled, while…
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Are there too many council meetings?

Is the primary duty of a legislative body whose members represent farflung constituencies to gather together in some central location for (yet another) meeting — or is it to serve the citizenry in the field? This is a simple question that it would seem governmental bureaucracies don’t ask themselves often enough. But some members of…
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Court cases litigate AB 5 gig-worker law

What a pernicious bill. Assembly Bill 5 was signed into law in 2019 by Gov. Gavin Newsom and has caused nothing but chaos ever since, spawning major lawsuits. It classified most “gig” workers, such as Uber and Lyft drivers, as employees of a company, not independent contractors. As part of the wrangling over the bill,…
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CSUF’s new dean excited about research, serving first-generation students

Celestina Barbosa-Leiker will soon be back in familiar surroundings. Barbosa-Leiker, a longtime resident of Orange County, has been appointed dean of Cal State Fullerton’s College of Health and Human Development. For the past 14 years, Barbosa-Leiker has been an educator at Washington State University, serving as executive vice chancellor and professor in the College of…
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At Nixon Library, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. advocates for scaling back America’s military presence

Third-party presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. advocated for scaling back America’s military presence abroad as he addressed supporters in Yorba Linda Wednesday evening, June 12, about his foreign policy approach. Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. delivers a speech outlining his foreign policy vision at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba…
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Dodgers fall to Rangers after Corey Seager’s 3-run homer

LOS ANGELES — Corey Seager set foot into Dodger Stadium on Tuesday and said the memories came back in a flood. For everybody else, the vision of what once was returned in a torrent on Wednesday night. Playing in his first regular-season game inside his former ballpark as a visiting player, Seager hit a three-run…
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