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'Birth of a Nation' posters removed from film school walls

| The film is considered both a technical masterpiece and a grotesque piece of racist propaganda. Chapman students said posters of the film made them uncomfortable.

Nearly 60 percent of Orange County homeless sleep outside

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The official number of homeless people in Orange County is up 43 percent from 2017 but the increase is likely due, in part, to a change in methodology.

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OC Medi-Cal insurer approves $100 million for homeless care

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Orange County's Medi-Cal insurer, CalOptima, plans to spend $100 million to address the health care needs of people living on the streets and in shelters.

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Newport-Mesa school board addresses recent anti-semitic incidents

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Some are pleased with the district's response while others say it's too little, too late in schools with a history of offenses against marginalized groups.

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Voting in Orange County will be radically different in 2020

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Residents will soon vote by mail, or at one of around 200 vote centers, rather than at traditional polling places. The model follows the 2016 Voter's Choice Act.

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Family of Justin Perkins sues Anaheim police for his death

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The family claims Perkins was doing nothing wrong when police beat him. The city says the police were responding to a call of alleged assault and that two officers were seriously hurt arresting him.

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In OC, once-controversial apartments for homeless turn 10

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Anaheim's Diamond apartments opened 10 years ago to formerly homeless residents. Now, homeless advocates say it's proof that permanent supportive housing works.

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My family tried to ditch single-use plastic. Results: mixed.

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Can an urban, middle-class family of four eliminate plastic waste from their lives?

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