Hundreds of Sailors Fight to Save U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard Before Fire Reaches Fuel Tanks — TIME

(SAN DIEGO) — Hundreds of sailors are fighting to save a Navy warship ravaged by fire while the military prepares for the worst: The USS Bonhomme Richard going down in flames, and its million gallons of oil on board spilling into San Diego harbor, resulting in a major environmental disaster. The U.S. Coast Guard has…

Hundreds of Sailors Fight to Save U.S.S. Bonhomme Richard Before Fire Reaches Fuel Tanks — TIME

Orange County Board of Education tells schools social distancing isn’t necessary for students — FOX 5 San Diego

COSTA MESA, Calif. (KTLA) — The Orange County Board of Education voted Monday to push for the reopening of campuses without many of the widely recommended coronavirus safety protocols. At a 6 p.m. meeting, the board voted 4-1 to approve recommendations for reopening schools, saying that social distancing among students is “not necessary”…

Read the full story: O.C. Board of Education tells schools social distancing isn’t necessary for students and masks could be ‘harmful’ — FOX 5 San Diego

Record heat possible from California to Florida on Sunday — FOX 5 San Diego

(CNN) — Heat alerts are in effect from California to Alabama as high temperatures will be 10-15 degrees above average on Sunday. Las Vegas, Phoenix, and Tucson will all see high temperatures of at least 110 degrees, and all three are likely to tie or break their daily record high temperatures…

Record heat possible from California to Florida on Sunday — FOX 5 San Diego

70 photos from June are our Orange County photographers’ favorites — Orange County Register

Parishioners are required to wear masks at Our Lady Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Newport Beach. The church reopened on Sunday, June 14, 2020 after the coronavirus closure. See more:

These 70 photos from June are our Orange County photographers’ favorites — Orange County Register

Newsom holds briefing as state faces virus surge, holiday weekend — FOX 5 San Diego

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Gavin Newsom held a news briefing for the latest on California’s coronavirus relief efforts Thursday as the state heads into a holiday weekend during a worsening pandemic. Responding to concerns that crowded beaches and backyard get-togethers could deepen the state’s health crisis, officials in counties up and down the state have said…

Newsom holds briefing as state faces virus surge, holiday weekend — FOX 5 San Diego

The Story Behind TIME’s ‘America Must Change’ Cover — TIME

For the cover of TIME’s July 6 double issue, we commissioned Atlanta artist Charly Palmer to capture a moment in which Americans will see whether their country is able to live up to its promise. The resulting 40-by-30-in. acrylic painting, of a little girl faced with both the injustice of today and America’s historical role…

The Story Behind TIME’s ‘America Must Change’ Cover — TIME

Remembering Joel Schumacher: A Stylish Director Who Was Always Willing to Take Chances — Variety

I’ll never forget the one time I got to talk to Joel Schumacher, the fluky, baroquely skilled, stylishly protean Hollywood filmmaker who died Monday at 80. It was June 1985, and I was one of the journalists attending the New York press junket for “St. Elmo’s Fire,” the post-teenage soap opera…

Read more: Remembering Joel Schumacher: A Stylish Director Who Was Always Willing to Take Chances — Variety

‘Girls Can’t Surf’ Doc About Renegade Female Surfers – Cannes — Deadline

DEADLINE EXCLUSIVE: Film Constellation has boarded sales on Girls Can’t Surf, a feature doc from Christopher Nelius (Storm Surfers 3D, Tough Conversations). Set during the 1980s in the world of professional surfing, it tracks a band of renegade female surfers who took on the male-dominated sport to achieve equality. Surf greats featured include Jodie Cooper, Frieda… Read more:

‘Girls Can’t Surf’ Doc About Renegade Female Surfers Locks Sales Deal With Film Constellation – Cannes — Deadline

Labor groups, residents ask Orange County officials to bring back mask mandate — Orange County Register

Days after Orange County’s health officer announced he was nixing the requirement that everyone wear face coverings in public, supporters of the rule gathered to urge county officials to reconsider to help curb the spread of the coronavirus.

Labor groups, residents ask Orange County officials to bring back mask mandate — via Orange County Register