Body found at Corona del Mar State Beach; drowning suspected

Newport Beach police are investigating a possible drowning after a body was pulled from the water at Corona del Mar State Beach's main beach on Tuesday morning.

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Newport mobile home park's fate: 'Our people cannot downsize. They are down.'

Newport mobile home park's fate: 'Our people cannot downsize. They are down.'

Rumors were already circulating among residents at Ebb Tide Mobile Home Park when a letter arrived that confirmed their fears.

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A surrogate's journey: Her body of work is creating new families

A surrogate's journey: Her body of work is creating new families

Second of two parts.

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Lawsuit alleges bias, fights, public sex at Balboa Bay Club

Lawsuit alleges bias, fights, public sex at Balboa Bay Club

A Newport Beach businessman filed a lawsuit against the Balboa Bay Club and its owners Thursday, alleging the beachfront resort routinely ignored drunken escapades by its members but kicked him out after one incident when he accidentally mixed painkillers and alcohol.

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2 dead as O.C. West Nile outbreak grows

2 dead as O.C. West Nile outbreak grows

Two Orange County residents have died of West Nile virus in the past week as the county's number of human infections has grown fivefold this month and appears to be "spiraling out of control," health officials said Thursday.

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A surrogate's journey: Laura liked being pregnant

A surrogate's journey: Laura liked being pregnant

First of two parts.

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Newport's Wedge lives up to its reputation: 1 hurt in thundering surf

Newport's Wedge lives up to its reputation: 1 hurt in thundering surf

A day with big surf in Newport Beach is like a snow day in New England, Newport Beach Deputy Police Chief David McGill explained.

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Big waves stir up caution, excitement at beaches

Big waves stir up caution, excitement at beaches

Lifeguards are keeping a close eye on huge swells generated by Hurricane Marie that have begun battering the Southern California coastline this week as surfers size up what are expected to be the summer's biggest breaks.

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Elvis Festival hails the king of rock

Thirty-seven years after his death on Aug. 16, 1977, Elvis Presley remains a celebrated figure at the Orange County Market Place.

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Photo Gallery: 15th Annual Elvis Festival

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Abuse suspect worked at Hoag

A former child-care worker at Hoag Hospital, UC Irvine and two private day-care centers in Irvine and Costa Mesa was arrested this month for allegedly sexually abusing a 3-year-old girl in Los Angeles County, according to authorities.

Tomato expert Steve Goto speaks as he welcomes tomato and pepper enthusiasts to the 14th annual Tomato & Pepper Tasting on Saturday at Roger's Gardens in Newport Beach.

Trying out tomatoes

The crowd at Roger's Gardens on Saturday morning gasped with excitement when they learned 90 different varieties of tomatoes were waiting for them in a nearby tasting area.

From left, Jin Woo Park, Heung Soon Kim and Miyoun Kim.

Three arrested in alleged brothel operations

Police this week arrested two men and a woman who they say operated brothels at apartments in Irvine and Los Angeles.

Chefs prepare truffle and pork xiao long bao during a media preview at the Din Tai Fung at South Coast Plaza on Aug. 15.

Din Tai Fung comes to Orange County

Visitors to a new Chinese restaurant at South Coast Plaza already know their fortune when they walk through the door.

Groundwater well No. 1, foreground, is 128 feet deep and 8 inches wide and extracts up to 800 gallons of raw water per minute at South Coast Water District groundwater recovery facility in Dana Point.  Sand in the groundwater is removed through a filter here.  SCWD board of directors last week approved a construction contract for a pipe that will connect a second well, No. 2, which will be 10 ft. deeper, to the district's groundwater facility.

Water districts scramble to find own sources

Reduced dependence on imported water is the goal of local districts, which must continue to supply customers in a parched state.

Orange County Sheriff's Department personnel collect marijuana plants found in the Muddy Canyon area of Laguna Wilderness Park at Coastal Peak Park in Newport Beach on Friday.

Marijuana plants worth $3 million yanked from Laguna Coast Wilderness Park

Laguna Coast Wilderness Park has less vegetation among the hiking trails, oaks and sycamores.

From left, Stephen Orlick, Michelle Mercado, Vanessa Holliday, Kim Malachowski, Yoshi O'Connor, Rachiel Macalistaire, and Rebecca Judy of Sourced Collective in Laguna Beach, which celebrated its one-year anniversary.

Gathering of creative minds hits one-year mark

Tucked into an A-frame cottage on Glenneyre Street in Laguna Beach is a business that feels like a home run by entrepreneurs who seem like a family.

Ralph Rodheim, who was diagnosed with ALS, left, dumps a bucket of ice water on his friend Bill Jacoby after a group of community members participated in an ALS ice bucket challenge at the Newport Beach Athletic Club.

Ice challenge warms hearts

Holding bright-orange buckets filled with ice water, Newport Beach community members began to count down from 10.

Ballerinas Zoe Monroe, center, and Luca Watson, left, both 3, participate in a demonstration of the upcoming summer dance camp, Angelina Ballerina Dance Academy,  at Studio Fusion Dance in Huntington Beach on Tuesday.

Young dancers find inspiration from mouse

Angelina Ballerina, the dancing cartoon mouse from a PBS Kids television series, is quite the big cheese these days.

Some Costa Mesa seniors concerned about where foundation money will be spent

A group of Costa Mesa seniors is concerned that money from a non-profit memorial foundation could be used in the coming months to benefit the outgoing Costa Mesa Senior Center Corporation instead of the center itself.

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