Top news of the day in the OC

Little Saigon ‘Godfather’ sets sights on Vietnam (Register) Frank Jao, often called the “Godfather of Little Saigon,” said he is investing in two projects in Vietnam, a sign of changing times in the exile community.

Santa Ana Tackles Its Weighty Problem (Times) The city has a high childhood obesity rate, and is emerging as one of the leaders in producing programs to reduce it.

Probe of Corinthian Colleges Widens (Times) The firm says campuses could be forced to close if the state says it cooked job placement numbers.

O.C. Register to Cut Workforce (Times and Register) The newspaper, citing a drop in advertising, will offer buyouts but says layoffs are possible.

Cue Card Bandit sought in ninth bank robbery (Register) FBI investigators believe the man is responsible for eight other bank robberies in the county since Sept. 1.

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