Norberto Santana, Jr

Voice of Orange County

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Editor in Chief of the Voice of Orange County, a nonprofit investigative journalism organization focused on Orange County; former investigative reporter at the Orange County Register

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We look at the aftermath of a white off-duty LAPD officer pulling a gun on a group of Latino teenagers. It was caught on video, which has gone viral.

Anaheim reels after a white cop pulls a gun on Latino teens

We look at the aftermath of a white off-duty LAPD officer pulling a gun on a group of Latino teenagers. It was caught on video, which has gone viral.

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In Los Angeles and Orange Counties, it traditionally was the Times and the Register that established the news menu every day.

Can We Get the News without the Paper?

In Los Angeles and Orange Counties, it traditionally was the Times and the Register that established the news menu every day.

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A Republican candidate for Congress in Orange County says he was not the one who mailed  a letter in Spanish , saying that it's illegal to vote in a
federal election if you're an…

OC Immigrants Get Letters Saying They Can't Vote

A Republican candidate for Congress in Orange County says he was not the one who mailed a letter in Spanish , saying that it's illegal to vote in a federal election if you're an…

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