Orange County Health Officer Nichole Quick Resigns After Facing Threats For Issuing Face Mask OrderOrange County's chief health officer has resigned after facing backlash over her countywide mask order in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Orange County Health Officer Threatened Over Mask OrderFace-coverings were made mandatory in Orange County on May 23. Prior to that, they were only required for certain employees.
Orange County Reports 6 More Coronavirus Deaths, 100 New CasesOrange County reported six more coronavirus-related deaths Thursday, bringing the death toll to 142.
Orange County Seeks Governor's Approval To Accelerate Reopening PlanThe board is pushing for Orange County restaurants to be able to open up their outdoor patio seating for Memorial Day.
SoCal ACLU Sues Orange County Sheriff To Reduce Inmate Population During Coronavirus PandemicThe lawsuit demands immediate release of "vulnerable and disabled" inmates, better social distancing protocols, and increases in care, testing, and personal protective equipment.
Coronavirus: 2 Dead, 72 Infected At Huntington Beach Healthcare FacilityHuntington Valley Healthcare Center has approximately 100 residents and 100 staff at the facility.
Newport Beach Elderly Couple Survives Coronavirus After Being HospitalizedThey credit their son, famed psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Amen, with saving their lives.
Orange County Clerk-Recorder Resumes Marriage Services Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe Orange County Clerk-Recorder is set to resume marriage services Friday at the Honda Center for couples whose appointments were canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Westminster Drive-Through Coronavirus Testing Clinic Draws Hundreds Of Southland ResidentsThe clinic will be open Saturday, but not on Easter Sunday. Patients must register online. 
Santa Ana Produce Distributor Among Small Businesses Denied Paycheck Protection LoansIngardia Brothers produce distributor in Santa Ana employs 225 people. Owner Sam Ingardia said he is doing everything in his power to keep each one of them.
OC Seniors Protest After Learning Nearby Ayres Hotel Will Be Used To Treat Homeless COVID-19 PatientsHorn-honking, sign-wielding seniors in Laguna Woods say they do not want a hotel feet from their retirement community to house homeless COVID-19 patients.