What’s up today in the OC?

County, union tout labor deal (Register) County officials trim $1.4 billion debt by cutting retiree medical benefits. Retirees threaten to sue, saying it takes their money to pay off debts.

Caltrans to Buy 5 Slide-Damaged Anaheim Homes (Times) Suit settled by the state had blamed poorly maintained storm drains and sewers for leaks and slippage of the slope below.

‘A double pain for Muslims’ (Register) Imam Siddiqi helped lead a national prayer service.

Buddhist worship up for vote (Register) Garden Grove and a temple are working on a deal to allow some religious services. The City Council is set to vote Tuesday.

The Memories Fade Away (OC Weekly) Gustavo Arellano: What will destroy a historic Anaheim mural first: The sun, gentrification or immigration?

High School Teacher Accused in Alleged Rape (Times and Register) A learning specialist at a Roman Catholic high school in Rancho Santa Margarita was arrested Thursday on suspicion of sexually assaulting one of his students.

Council hopefuls prefer central city hall (Daily Pilot) Newport Beach City Council candidates took aim at some of the city’s biggest issues

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