Roxana Kopetman, O.C. Register

Roxana Kopetman

O.C. Register

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Past articles by Roxana:

After Santa Ana’s crackdown on taco stands, council asks California to amend its street vendor laws – Orange County Register

City Council blames state laws for a rise in street vendors, including those selling “food deemed unfit for human consumption.” → Read More

OCDE hosts job fair to recruit substitute teachers

California has made it easier to hire subs after COVID-19 accelerated resignations and retirements among educators. → Read More

Are Southern California students and teachers breathing clean air?

As funding and concern about COVID-19 fades, school plans to fix indoor air quality problems are starting to fall by the wayside. → Read More

Orange Unified appoints acting superintendent from its own ranks

OUSD says it will also hire a firm to help in its search for a new superintendent. → Read More

Homeless advocates pitch igloos to offer warm shelter during cold snap

Wound Walk and the Lestonnac Free Clinic were setting up the waterproof canvas igloos to offer shelter to as many as 30 unhoused people in Anaheim. → Read More

Last of students stranded at science camps in snow storm reunited with families

Students from Irvine got home late Monday; Garden Grove, Fullerton, Centralia and Rowland Unified school districts already returned from the San Bernardino Mountains. → Read More

Rowland Heights students snowed in at science camp are coming home

Students from La Palma, Fullerton, Garden Grove, Irvine and the San Gabriel Valley got CHP escorts. → Read More

Orange County students ‘snowed in’ at science camps due to weather – Orange County Register

Students are riding out the storm blanketing Southern California with a few extra days at camp. → Read More

Santa Ana mayor hired private security after receiving death threat

Another councilmember said there have been attempts to threaten and intimidate him too — by local police. → Read More

Is Santa Ana’s rent control law legal? OC Apartment Association says no – Orange County Register

Santa Ana created the first citywide rent control and just cause eviction ordinance in the county. Now it’s being sued. → Read More

Orange County Board of Education calls for investigation into OCSA

As OCSA faces allegations of sexual abuse in three lawsuits, Ralph Opacic’s bio has disappeared from the school’s website. → Read More

Orange Unified’s interim superintendent gone after just a month on the job

The interim superintendent announced his departure in a brief email to the community. → Read More

Death of California attorney in Baja raises troubling questions for American citizens abroad

Expect little help from the U.S. State Department, which “does not investigate crimes or potential crimes against U.S. citizens abroad.” → Read More

Attorney Elliot Blair’s death in Baja raises troubling questions for American citizens abroad – Press Telegram

Expect little help from the U.S. State Department, which “does not investigate crimes or potential crimes against U.S. citizens abroad.” → Read More

Orange Unified restores digital library, suspended over parents’ book complaints

“No books and no book categories have been removed from the app.” — Orange Unified Interim Superintendent Edward Velasquez → Read More

Santa Ana police union moves to recall 2 councilmembers

Santa Ana Police Officers Association takes the first step in recalling Councilmembers Jessie Lopez and Thai Viet Phan. → Read More

Monterey Park shooting victim ‘Andy’ Kao ‘always carried his dancing shoes’ – Orange County Register

They danced together for 15 years. Then, came the Star Ballroom shooting. “Mr. Nice” was shot dead. His dance partner survived. → Read More

Cal State Fullerton President Virjee announces retirement plan

Virjee told the campus community in an email that while the decision was hard to make, he is retiring, along with his wife, to spend more time with family. He’s been the school’s presid… → Read More

Body of OC attorney embalmed in Mexico before independent blood test could be done, lawyer says

The family of Elliot Blair was hoping to do its own blood test to determine if he was inebriated, as reported by Mexican media. → Read More

Family of OC attorney disputes report that he was shooing noisy pigeons before fatal fall

Report from Baja California’s attorney general labeled “categorically false” by relatives of the deputy public defender. → Read More