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  • Mailbag: Death penalty would not have been right for Dorner

    Re. "O.C. prosecutors likely to have sought death penalty for Dorner": Friday's article that the Orange County district attorney would have asked for the death penalty in the case of Christopher Dorner is a classic example of dumb and dumber. If you...
  • Community & Clubs: Planting seeds for the future

    On Saturday, more than 30 members of the Rotary Club of Newport-Balboa will be sprucing up more than 2,500 carrotwood tree seedlings in preparation of presenting them to third-graders in all 21 public and 15 private schools within the boundaries of the...
  • 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...
  • JEAN MALLOW BOYD

    JEAN MALLOW BOYD
    JEAN MALLOW BOYD       Jean Mallow Boyd passed away on June 8, 2011, after a lengthy illness, at the age of 87.  She is survived by her loving daughter, Bonnie Jean Boyd-Orlando; niece, Carol Jean Wilson;  nephew, Robert L. Mallow; nephew, Michael...
  • Mesa Musings: Man bites dog on campus? 'Zounds!'

    A sight stopped me in my tracks during my morning walk last Wednesday. The spectacle took me back to my 37-year career as community relations director at Orange Coast College. Somewhat like Jay Carney, the White House spokesman, I served as OCC's...
  • Sources: Three finalists for Costa Mesa police chief [Corrected]

    COSTA MESA — Three Southern California law enforcement officials are finalists to become Costa Mesa's next police chief, three police sources with knowledge of the hiring process said. Newport Beach Capt. Tom Gazsi, Anaheim Deputy Chief Craig...
  • CdM moving forward

    It was a scary moment on the pool deck for all involved. This week, the Corona del Mar High boys' water polo team is moving forward. CdM has decided not to discipline a boys' water polo player after an incident during the team's Pacific Coast League...
  • King turns page with Eagles

    Taylor King extended his long left arm, and snatched a rebound off the glass. He flicked a hard outlet pass to his point guard, and sprinted to fill the lane. He spotted up in a most familiar place, the three-point line. He put his hand up to let his...
  • Attorneys use 1st Amendment to get NMUSD e-mails

    E-mails among Newport-Mesa Unified School District officials and their embattled superintendent published in Saturday's print and Friday's online editions of the Daily Pilot were obtained with the help of 1st Amendment attorneys. Legal counsel for the...
  • Jury deadlocked in rape trial

    SANTA ANA — A minor league hockey player avoided conviction on rape charges Friday after a deadlocked jury failed to reach a verdict. David McKee, 26, of Texas was accused of raping a 29-year-old woman in July 2006 while she slept in a Newport...
  • Comments & Curiosities: The magical dollar-maker with a hole

    You've heard them a thousand times — cops and doughnut jokes. "Need a cop? Try a Winchell's." "How does a police sergeant know his people are taking too many breaks? Their eyes are glazed." Go ahead and tease Costa Mesa Police Officer Jess...
  • OCTA funds to help Irvine's iShuttle

    IRVINE — The city-operated iShuttle program, which connects the Tustin Metrolink station to the Irvine Business Complex, will be funded largely by the Orange County Transportation Authority for the next 30 years. The City Council last week approved...