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Protestors held signs in front of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum as part of the Nobody is Above the Law protests, seeking to protect the Mueller investigations into Trump.

Protestors call for protection of Mueller investigation

Protestors held signs and chanted, “Two, four, six, eight, Mueller must investigate,” in front of the Richard Nixon Presidential

Headshot of Fullerton Police Chief, David Hendricks who resigned on Friday.

Fullerton police chief resigns following reports of altercation

Fullerton Police Chief David Hendricks resigned from his position on Friday. “I am honored to have had the privilege of

Former VP Joe Biden stands on stage with OC Democratic Congressional candidates.

Former VP Joe Biden shows support of OC Democratic Congressional candidates at Cal State Fullerton

Update: This story was updated at 8:00 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 7 to include more recent polling information. Former Vice

Woman organizes products at an adult toy shop.

Sex toys stimulate sex education in OC

Say the words “sex toy shop” and it may bring to mind the seedy, dark, hole-in-the-wall stores that hide


Editor’s Note

An article about controversial Facebook postings that appeared on page 1 of the Sept. 11, 2018, edition of The

First responders on scene at Dan Black Hall at Cal State Fullerton, following a chemical spill evacuation.

Chemical spill at CSUF leads to Dan Black Hall evacuation

UPDATE: This story was updated on September 9, 2018 at 11:57 p.m. to update information regarding the alarm system and

Test tubes are drying near the sink.

DNA databases are a slippery slope that could lead to unintended consequences

Last Tuesday, an arrest was made in the decades-long hunt for the Golden State Killer who’d been linked to

A map of Orange County highlights where each city stands in regards to the U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against California's sanctuary city laws.

Orange County cities are divided over the U.S. Department of Justice lawsuit against California for its sanctuary city laws

The U.S. Department of Justice is suing the state of California for its sanctuary city laws that would not


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