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Orange County Register: County officials have agreed to pay more than $4 million to settle a lawsuit brought by Fernando Ramirez, 24, an undocumented immigrant who was beaten by Orange County jail inmates in 2006. . . . A woman jumped to her death from the Children's Hospital of Orange County parking structure. . . . A state agency claims Maurice Wilson, the chief operating officer at the Costa Mesa addiction treatment center New Directions for Women, harassed patients, berated and belittled staffers and breached other codes of professional conduct. . . . What's wrong with the Angels? . . . Mickadeit: Goodbye, friends.
Los Angeles Times: U.S. District Court Judge Cormac J. Carney in Santa Ana will review FBI records of inquiries into Muslim groups and activists. . . . Visa rules widen the rift between Vietnam and U.S. families. . . . Former Roman Catholic priest Ben Rodriguez, 45, accused another former priest, Gordon Pillon, of molesting him while Rodriguez was a teen and Pillon was associate pastor at Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Habra. . . . USC researchers: More native Californians are staying put and will soon produce the state's first generation of adults whose majority will have been born here. . . . Speaking of USC, Matt Sanchez is soooo hot right now.
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