Author: tnelson

Photo of the OC North Basin processing facility.

Orange County North Basin remains on Superfund standby

Fullerton residents voiced their concerns about water contamination in the Orange County North Basin and the risk it poses

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CSUF Cross-country head coach John Elders laughs with CSUF athletes and a FOX sports reporter after the NCAA championship.

CSUF Cross-country head coach John Elders is racing to be the best

It’s impossible to miss the slew of awards and history John Elders, CSUF cross-country and track and field head

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The Holy Fire devastated 22,986 acres of land, encompassing both Orange and Riverside County.

Fullerton and parts of California susceptible to wildland fires

The city of Fullerton has multiple areas that are susceptible to fires, including the north Orange County border known

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The landing signals the start of a two-year mission to study the interior of Mars

NASA’s Insight Lander lands successfully on Mars

A six-month 300-mile journey to Mars has come to an end for NASA’s InSight Lander and for it’s operators

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A forum was held for the Fullerton City Council candidates early October

Councilmen Silva and Zahra elected to Fullerton city council

After tallying the final votes Tuesday night,  Jesus Silva and Ahmad Zahra were elected to Fullerton city council. The

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Fullerton residents at a city council meeting

Fullerton residents voice concerns over CSUF fraternity house

Residents voiced their concerns to the Fullerton city council on Tuesday about living near a CSUF fraternity house. Many

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Joanne Ferchland-Parella one of three finalists for associate vice president position

Joanne Ferchland-Parella is one of three finalists for the open position of associate vice president for University Advancement —

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A picture of the front of Florentine's Grille in Downtown Fullerton

Senate Bill 905 would extend drinking hours and raise revenue

Gov. Jerry Brown is currently evaluating Senate Bill 905  after it passed the senate vote Aug. 30. The bill

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