After a three-day preliminary hearing, an Orange County judge ruled that there is enough evidence for Tatiana “Tia” Turner to face a jury trial on an attempted murder charge, among other charges.
The woman was found in a car at the corner of Amberwood Circle and Tradewinds Street in Fountain Valley on Monday. She’d been shot, police said.
Meanwhile, Los Angeles County—which has a quarter of the state’s nearly 40 million residents and accounts for half of its COVID-19 cases—has not met standards to reopen more businesses.
The cities of Laguna Beach and San Clemente both submitted plans to reopen their beaches that adhere to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s stay-at-home order, the California Natural Resources Agency said in a statement.
Orange County, a former GOP stronghold, now has more Democrats than Republicans, with the number of independent voters growing as well.
A public meeting will be held Wednesday night to allow Long Beach residents to provide comment on an updated proposal to widen the 405 in Orange County that details traffic impacts in Long Beach and calls for the city to share in a portion of mitigation costs.