After only a few days after Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced the ban, the books are being sold for hundreds of dollars on Amazon, but have recently been slightly reduced since then. Photo courtesy of: Bushra Syed

Dr. Seuss Enterprises Announces Banning of Six Books for Racist Images

Bushra Syed March 12, 2021

Tuesday was March 2, known as Read Across America Day. Famous children’s author Theodor Seuss Geisel -- famously recognized as Dr. Seuss -- is normally associated with it because his birthday falls on...

Carlos Salcito Sales Jr. after getting arrested. Photo courtesy of: Huntington Beach Police Department

SAUSD Pays Millions to Sexual Assault Victims of Former Segerstrom Baseball Coach

Alexa Perez March 9, 2021

In October of 2020, SAUSD paid 2.2 million dollars to the families of six boys who were sexually abused by a former Segerstrom baseball coach, Carlos Salcito Sales Jr. Former student Vivian Soto states,...

Texas was under a lot of ice as this storm hit them. Photo Courtesy of:  M. Zane McClellan from Pixabay

Texas Storm

Diego Solis March 2, 2021

Texas has not experienced a snowstorm since 1929. But from February 13th to February 17th, Texas experienced an unpredictable storm.  The Texas storm caused water pipes in houses to freeze, leaving...

California governor Gavin Newsom discussing new COVID-19 policies. Photo courtesy of: The Guardian

California Stay At Home Order and Curfew Lifted

Bushra Syed February 3, 2021

After almost a full year in quarantine, California governor Gavin Newsom announced last week that he has rescinded the stay-at-home order and curfew. “Today, we can lay claim to starting to see some...

Updated on January 11th, this flyer has information on the plan for who gets vaccinated when, with the current phase (1A) having people ages 65+ vaccinated along with the other tiers. Photo Courtesy of: OC Health Care Agency

COVID-19 Updates from Town Hall

Christian Gobres January 20, 2021

On January 7th, a virtual town hall meeting on Zoom took place regarding the information on the pandemic in Santa Ana. The virtual town hall was primarily focused on two doctors: Frank Zaldivar, and...

People waiting to board their flights. Photo Courtesy of: The New York Times

Opinion: Is it worth traveling for the holidays?

Angel Reyes December 14, 2020

2020 has been a rough year. This is why people are eager to travel for the holidays to see loved ones and end this challenging year on a good note, but that might not be a good idea.   According to...

Segerstroms Girls League symbol.  
Photo courtesy of: The Segerstrom Girls League Facebook Page

Girls League Toy Drive

Lina Naranjo December 14, 2020

Due to COVID-19, it is difficult for clubs and sports to get together and do certain physical activities that they used to do before the whole pandemic.  Luckily Segerstrom’s Girls League Club will...

Detectives stand by the scene at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Santa Ana, California, where an armed man was shot by police. Photo Courtesy: Nypost

Santa Ana, Church Shooting One Man Dead

Juliana Arreloa March 9, 2020

A man, in step with authorities, was shot and killed by Santa Ana police on Sunday afternoon after wielding a gun inside a church.  The man, who has not been identified but is believed to be a resident...

A rally for Bernie Sanders. Photo courtesy of: Wiki Commons

America’s Super Tuesday

Christian Gobres March 9, 2020

On March 3, 2020, this year’s Super Tuesday begins the final vote for who the Democratic and Republican candidates are for the 2020 presidential election. Fourteen states, including the state of California,...

Mike Bloomberg on his presidential campaign talking to his supporters. Photo courtesy of: Wiki Commons

Amy Klobuchar, Mike Bloomberg, and Elizabeth Warren drop out

Victor Martinez March 9, 2020

As election day nears more and more candidates continue to drop out of the race for the Democratic candidate for president of the United States of America. Amy Klobuchar is the most recent candidate to...

Bernie beginning his rally with thousands of people cheering him on at Valley High School.

Feel the Bern at Valley

Alexa Perez and Yadira Zenteno March 2, 2020

On Friday, February 21st, Bernie Sanders came to Santa Ana and had a rally at Valley High School. The event was due to start at 11:30 A.M. and finish at about 1:30 P.M. The high school was surrounded...

Bernie Sanders, back in 2019 at an event run by the American Federation of Government Employees. Photo Courtesy of: Wikimedia Commons

Bernie Sanders, a Democratic Candidate

Christian Gobres March 2, 2020

Born in Brooklyn, New York, on September 8, 1941, Bernie Sanders is a good Democratic presidential candidate who seems to be set on winning the election in November. Ever since 2007, he has been serving...

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