A federal judge approved a $4.5 million loan Monday to the owner of the Orange County Register, allowing the newspaper to operate during bankruptcy, the Los Angeles Times reports. But it also sets up a possible bidding war; at least three entities, including Tribune Publishing, the owner of the Los Angeles Times, appear interested in buying.
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