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Is RG4N in Trouble?
Testimony seemed to go poorly for anti-Wal-Mart forces Wednesday.
DAILY News  November 14, 2007, by Lee Nichols
"...I’m sure tomorrow morning I’ll get an earful from RG4N’s lawyers and/or spokesperson Jason Meeker telling me exactly why I’m wrong. And ultimately, Judge Orlinda Naranjo will tell me whether I’m wrong..."

Court Halts New DPS License Rules
Travis Co. judge says agency overstepped rule-making authority
DAILY News  April 13, 2009, by Jordan Smith
"...of Public Safety is appealing a temporary injunction filed last week by Travis Co. District Judge Orlinda Naranjo, the stops the agency from instituting new rules regarding driver licensing that opponents say unfairly discriminates against foreign workers...."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  October 20, 2006
"...Baird is a flexible and savvy jurist who understands that reflexive incarceration isn't always the right answer for low-level nonviolent offenders. We strongly endorse him.419th Judicial District Judge: Orlinda Naranjo Democrat Orlinda Naranjo and Republican Angelita Mendoza-Waterhouse are running to head up the newest addition to the county's civil courts..."

The Team Players: Who's Who on the Campaign Trail
News Story  April 11, 1997
"...campaign, Gene Walker for state rep. (Georgia), Mike Wolff for attorney general (Missouri), Proposition 10 (BCCP bond issue), Stacy Suits for Travis County sheriff, Gonzalo Barrientos for state senate, Oscar Mauzy for state supreme court David Butts (consultant, Kirk Watson) 1996: Glen Maxey for state rep., Ted Whatley for AISD school board, Beverly Griffith for city council, Daryl Slusher for city council, Sherri Greenberg for state rep., Ronnie Earle for district attorney, Margo Frasier for Travis County sheriff 1994: Orlinda Naranjo for county court at law, Glen Maxey for state rep., Suzanne Covington for district judge, Joe Wells for county commissioner, Margaret Gomez for county commissioner, Bill Aleshire for county judge, Kathy Rider for AISD school board, Mary Arnold for city council 1993: Brigid Shea for city council, Mark Tschurr for city council 1992: S.O.S..."

What's Next for RG4N and Northcross?
Wal-Mart-fighters regroup
News Story  January 11, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...In the aftermath of the courtroom defeat by Responsible Growth for Northcross, the only thing anyone seems to be sure about is uncertainty. As of last week, RG4N's leaders had yet to settle on a future strategy in their fight to stop the construction of the Wal-Mart Supercenter at the former North­cross Mall, and they were scratching their heads over what they describe as Judge Orlinda Naranjo's inscrutable Dec..."

Judge Rules Against RG4N in Wal-Mart Lawsuit
Responsible Growth for Northcross loses suit against Wal-Mart construction on former Northcross Mall property
News Story  December 28, 2007, by Lee Nichols
"...In her opinion, Judge Orlinda Naranjo of the 419th District Court noted that the city has historically approved site plans if garden centers are an accessory use and less than 10% of the total floor area. (She did not address any of RG4N's other claims.)..."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  November 3, 2006
"...Baird is a flexible and savvy jurist who understands that reflexive incarceration isn't always the right answer for low-level nonviolent offenders. We strongly endorse him.419th Judicial District Judge: Orlinda Naranjo Democrat Orlinda Naranjo and Republican Angelita Mendoza-Waterhouse are running to head up the newest addition to the county's civil courts..."

The 'Chronicle' Endorsements
Our picks for the Nov. 7 election
News Story  October 27, 2006
"...Baird is a flexible and savvy jurist who understands that reflexive incarceration isn't always the right answer for low-level nonviolent offenders. We strongly endorse him.419th Judicial District Judge: Orlinda Naranjo Democrat Orlinda Naranjo and Republican Angelita Mendoza-Waterhouse are running to head up the newest addition to the county's civil courts..."

Northcross Wal-Mart Fight Update
Responsible Growth for Northcross says court loss does not signal end of anti-Wal-Mart battle
News Story  January 4, 2008, by Lee Nichols
"...In its suit, RG4N asserted the city of Austin did not follow its own rules in approving Lincoln Property's site plan to build a Wal-Mart on the former Northcross Mall property; in her Dec. 21 decision, District Court Judge Orlinda Naranjo ruled in favor of the city..."

What’s the Future of Body Cameras in Austin?
That’s up to the courts for now
News Story  November 23, 2016, by Margaret Nicklas
"...That move, if an attempt to circumvent Utility, may have backfired: On Aug. 5, Judge Orlinda Naranjo ordered that the city be prohibited "from performing any of their obligations arising under or in furtherance of the contract," and from closing the RFP process "pending a trial on the merits of plaintiffs' claims." Since, the city has been left holding a signed contract with Taser that it can't act on, and a procurement process it can't officially close...."

Naked City
News Story  December 28, 2007
"..."Even though the Court may not agree with the results of the City's interpretation of the ordinance, it is for the City Council, not this Court, to change the ordinance." – Judge Orlinda Naranjo, ruling against Responsible Growth for Northcross in its lawsuit to stop the construction of a Wal-Mart Supercenter at the former Northcross Mall Headlines..."

Naked City
Headlines and happenings from Austin and beyond
News Story  January 6, 2006
"...The UT law school grad formerly served in the state attorney general's office. He's running to replace outgoing Judge Orlinda Naranjo, who's seeking a district court seat..."

The Wrong Way To Right a Wrongful Conviction
Graves sues for compensation for time spent behind bars
News Story  June 3, 2011, by Jordan Smith
"...As such, Graves' lawyers argue, there is nothing certain about his ability to collect from the state, but meanwhile, Graves needs his reputation restored, they argued before Travis County District Judge Orlinda Naranjo last week. "We are here because Mr..."

Wal-Mart Case Could Take Several Weeks to Decide
Complexity of Wal-Mart case, not to mention Thanksgiving, could delay judge's decision
News Story  November 23, 2007, by Lee Nichols
"...Travis Co. District Judge Orlinda Naranjo should void the entire site plans, RG4N attorneys argued – which would force new plans to be submitted under the city's Big Box Ordinance, a law passed earlier this year requiring that proposed stores over a certain size be subject to City Council hearings...."

RG4N Loses In Court
But judge only addresses one aspect of anti-Wal-Mart group's claims
DAILY News  December 21, 2007, by Lee Nichols
"...In her opinion, Judge Orlinda Naranjo of the 419th District Court noted that the city has historically approved site plans if garden centers are an accessory use and less than 10% of the total floor area. (But curiously, she did not address any of RG4N's other claims – click here for a PDF file of the ruling.) “After ascertaining the City’s intent in enacting the ordinance as expressed in its plain language," Naranjo wrote, "the Court finds that the City’s decision to approve Site Plan 2 is consistent with the clear language of the ordinance..."

Headlines
News Story  July 20, 2017
"...Travis County District Judge Orlinda Naranjo announced Friday that she doesn't plan to run for re-election in 2018. Naranjo has presided over the 419th Civil District court since January 2006...."

RG4N Loss Likely Won't Stop Meeker Council Run
RG4N spokesman reflects on court loss
DAILY News  December 28, 2007, by Lee Nichols
"...In its suit, RG4N asserted that the city of Austin did not follow its own rules in approving Lincoln Property’s site plan to build a Wal-Mart on the former Northcross Mall property, but in her Dec. 21 decision, District Court Judge Orlinda Naranjo ruled in favor of the city..."

RG4N Testimony Continues Today
Northcross neighbors continue to plead their case
DAILY News  November 14, 2007, by Lee Nichols
"...Judge Orlinda Naranjo will have to decide which of those views carries the most weight, because the parties in the suit are asking her to reach very different conclusions. RG4N attorney Doug Young says that if the site plan (and/or the city’s method for approving that site plan) violates city code, Lincoln must submit a new plan – this time under the city’s new Big Box Ordinance, which was passed this year, too late to affect the Northcross plan, and which requires City Council approval of any big-box retail store..."

Stop. Record. Pause: APD Body Cameras Delayed Indefinitely
Restraining order leaves body cams in limbo
News Story  February 23, 2017, by Margaret Nicklas
"...Council was poised to approve a one-year contract to provide APD with the cameras, with up to four one-year extensions, at a cost of $4 million. Last August, District Judge Orlinda Naranjo restrained the city from fulfilling a separate, much larger contract it had signed with Taser to provide about 1,700 cameras, after Utility protested the city's choice and petitioned the court to stop the contract from proceeding...."

Chronicle Endorsements
For the Nov. 4 General Election
News Story  October 17, 2014, by The Chronicle Editorial Board
"...District Judge, 419th: Orlinda Naranjo, D Travis County..."

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