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Topic - Tom Tait
Federal officials will review two deadly police shootings that sparked a fourth day of violent protests that left downtown business heaped with shattered glass and jails full of demonstrators.
The mother of a man who was fatally shot by Anaheim police officers has condemned violent protests against the killing, saying Wednesday she did not want them to become her son's legacy.
The Anaheim city council unanimously approved a $75 million bond deal Tuesday night to entice the Sacramento Kings to relocate to Orange County.
The city of Anaheim has effectively acknowledged its pursuit of the Sacramento Kings, revealing a financial plan to entice the NBA team to relocate to Honda Center with $75 million in bonds.
"As mayor, I look forward to joining my colleagues on Tuesday to consider these important agenda items," Tait said in a statement released to news outlets. "As a basketball fan, I'm hoping that we will soon be cheering at that first tip-off at Anaheim's own Honda Center."