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  • Locals nominated for OC All-Star Football Game

    Locals nominated for OC All-Star Football Game
    Corona del Mar High quarterback Cayman Carter, Newport Harbor tailback Talalelei Teaupa and Estancia running back Robert Murtha highlight three of 17 seniors from Newport-Mesa Unified School District schools nominated to play in the 54th Brea Lions Club...
  • Court reduces rapist's sentence

    An appellate court has reduced the prison sentence of a man who raped two women and sexually assaulted a third as she slept in a limousine parked in Costa Mesa. Justices shaved five years from Ali Achekzai's 61-years-to-life sentence. The 4th...
  • Shadia: Thank you, readers, for the best year of my life

    When John Canalis, editor of Los Angeles Times Community News in Orange County, told me that a column about my life as a Muslim American would make a good read and help people dispel misconceptions about Muslims and Islam, I thought, "Me? No way." When I...
  • P.I. says he worked with woman to test Monahan

    A private investigator hired to tail Costa Mesa Councilmen Gary Monahan and Steve Mensinger said he was sent to Monahan's sports bar with a woman to see whether Monahan would behave inappropriately. Chris Lanzillo, a Menifee investigator and former...
  • P.I.'s attorney says client unlikely to face charges

    An attorney for a private investigator who called Costa Mesa police to report Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer as a possible drunk driver said Friday that he doubts charges will be filed. "From what he's said, he has nothing to hide," attorney Tony Kimbirk...
  • Mailbag: UCI students should consider 2-state solution

    The UC Irvine student council request for the university to withdraw investments in firms that contribute to settlement construction in the disputed territories of the West Bank is another in a long line of misguided and divisive actions that do nothing...
  • Leaders discuss business, economic outlook

    Hundreds of Orange County business leaders voted Friday on the United States' long-term options to reduce debt. From the Irvine Marriott's ballroom, UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business Dean Andy Policano conducted an informal straw poll. A fair...
  • Man who soiled water bottle goes to jail

    A man who twice ejaculated into his co-worker's water bottle began serving 180 days in Orange County Jail Wednesday, a prosecutor said. Michael Kevin Lallana, 34, will serve 180 days for two 2011 misdemeanor battery convictions, said prosecutor Brock...
  • Righeimer: Outsourcing, yes; layoffs, no

    Talks of outsourcing's potential for Costa Mesa are again making their way through the civic dialogue, but with one big exception from last time: no layoff notices. Mayor Jim Righeimer, in an interview published Thursday with the Orange County Register's...
  • Irvine students avoid Dorner lockdown by days

    Students from Irvine's Santiago Hills Elementary School last week were at a science camp in the Big Bear Lake area that was locked down Tuesday while police hunted for fugitive ex-cop Christopher Dorner. As police traded gunfire with a suspect...
  • Commentary: I have my doubts about outsourcing

    I read the Feb. 9 Daily Pilot article, "Mayor pushing on with his plan," and the Feb. 7 Orange County Register editorial, "Outsourcing back in for Costa Mesa," that the Pilot article referred to, and I have several comments. The Pilot's report of Costa...
  • Mailbag: Support for the mayor's funding initiative

    Re: "Commentary: "The state of our city is strong," by Newport Beach Mayor Keith Curry (Feb. 13): First, I commend Curry and the City Council for their effective fiscal management of our city. Further, I support his proposal to use development fees to...