It's a Quick Read 35

It's a Quick Read 35

Orange County Register: Cypress father and Long Beach Memorial hospital pharmacy manager Hugo Bustamante, 46, was one of the two victims slain by a fellow pharmacy worker Mario Ramirez, 50, who then took his own life. . . . Harold Edward Trees, a 36-year-old Orange man who is believed to be a member of the prison-based Nazi Low Riders white supremacist gang, is popped after he is tied to an elaborate indoor pot farm in a historic downtown Long Beach building. . . . Former Corona del Mar High School teacher Mathew Macul Fahey, 47, of Aliso Viejo, has been charged with molesting two young girls and keeping hundreds of images of child pornography at his home. . . . Local SAT score are on the rise. . . .  Lansner: Your yearly income needs to be at least $61,838 to afford a typical, two-bedroom apartment in Orange County, which makes this the seventh highest rental market in the U.S.

Los Angeles Times: Obama's EPA declares global warming a public-health threat. . . . Nick Adenhart is remembered in Maryland. . . . California's jobless rate hits 11.2 percent, the highest since records started being kept in 1976. . . . California faces a shortage of college graduates for its workforce. . . . Rainey: Despite the seeming death of daily print journalism, journalism-school enrollments thrive.

(Poster's note: Surely, there's a unifying thread to those last three pieces, I'm just not smart enough to know what the hell it is. Little help?)

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