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  • Pilot wins investigative reporting awards

    Daily Pilot reporter Mike Reicher has placed first and second in the investigative reporting category in a statewide journalism contest for his work on a politician who did not live in a legislative district he sought to represent and a legal flap...
  • Daily Pilot wins 2 statewide awards

    The Daily Pilot won two awards for investigative reporting over the weekend in the Best Newspaper Contest sponsored by the California Newspaper Publishers Assn. Pilot Staff Writer Mike Reicher won first and second place, respectively, in the...
  • TCN welcomes three to newsroom

    TCN welcomes three to newsroom
    Los Angeles Times Community News (TCN), which publishes the Daily Pilot, Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot, Huntington Beach Independent and TheOCnow.com, has hired two new reporters and a page designer/copy editor for its news operations in Orange County....
  • Three staffers win at LAT Editorial Awards

    LOS ANGELES — Three Times Community News (TCN) South journalists won Los Angeles Times 2010 Editorial Awards on Tuesday in recognition of their contributions to the Daily Pilot and its sister newspapers. Web Editor Jamie Rowe, who oversees the...
  • Letters From The Editor: Changes coming to Coastline

    Most newspapers aren't growing these days. We are. At least in a small way. The Coastline Pilot will expand its reach beyond Laguna Beach into two neighboring cities, Aliso Viejo and Laguna Niguel, beginning with the Aug. 26 edition. We plan to cover...
  • Mailbag: Front page photos were too flattering to Obama during presidential visit

    Mailbag: Front page photos were too flattering to Obama during presidential visit
    I am extremely disappointed in how you reported President Obama's visit to Corona del Mar last week ("Obama visit rattles CdM," Feb. 17). I opened up the Daily Pilot the following day to see only signs supporting him on a full-front cover picture. This is...
  • Daily Pilot will remain free online

    The Los Angeles Times' announcement Friday that it would start charging for full access to its website will not affect the Daily Pilot or other newspapers in the company's community news division. Starting March 5, readers who do not subscribe to The...
  • Mailbag: Irvine 11 editorials got it wrong

    I cannot understand why the L.A. Times and the Daily Pilot continue on their editorial pages to defend the Irvine 11 (Editorial: Irvine 11, D.A. both made mistakes, Daily Pilot, Oct. 2; "Editorial: Punishing the 'Irvine 11' again, Los Angeles Times, Sept....
  • Letters From The Editor: We are bringing back sudoku

    It seemed like a good way for the newspaper to save a little money: Drop sudoku from the Daily Pilot and refer readers to the similar puzzle in the Los Angeles Times. It wasn't. I've never received so many complaints on a single issue since becoming...
  • We are switching to Facebook comments

    We’ve decided to stop allowing anonymous comments on our websites. Users will need to log into Facebook to sound off on stories in the Daily Pilot, Coastline Pilot and the Huntington Beach Independent. This should put a name and a face to the...
  • Sunday papers to be included today

    Copies of Sunday's Daily Pilot will be included in Monday's Los Angeles Times.  A breakdown on the printing presses delyaed delivery of Sunday's Pilot. Many subscribers did not receive their copies of the Pilot, although they did receive The Times.  The...
  • Note To Our Readers: Pilot to introduce mobile apps, decrease print by one day

    The Daily Pilot is evolving to ensure our readers can get their news in a variety of ways — be it print or online, through Facebook posts and tweets, or on their mobile devices. To that end, we have a couple bits of news ourselves. First, we're...