Top Anaheim news: Mosquitoes test positive for rare virus; AUHSD settles sex abuse case; more

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Mosquitoes with St. Louis encephalitis virus found in Anaheim, Westminster for first time since 1987

Mosquitoes found in Anaheim and Westminster have tested positive for St. Louis encephalitis, officials announced Tuesday. It's the first time mosquito samples from the area have been confirmed to carry the virus since 1987, according to the Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District.

Read the full story on KTLA 5 Morning News.

Angels hire Joe Maddon as manager to return to Anaheim and create a winner

The Angels moved quickly after firing manager Brad Ausmus, hiring Joe Maddon, 65, who was a player and coach in the Angels' organization from 1975-2005.

Read the full story on Los Angeles Times.

AUHSD settles Kennedy High School sex abuse case for $7.9 million

In settling a sex abuse lawsuit filed in February, the Anaheim Union High School District has agreed to pay $7.9 million to five former John F. Kennedy High School girls water polo athletes.

Read the full story on OC Weekly.

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