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  • Coffee with a Cop Wednesday in Costa Mesa

    Costa Mesans can talk to a local police officer over a cup of coffee from 8 to 10 a.m. Wednesday. The Police Department will present the Coffee with a Cop event at Shirley's Bagels, 270 E. 17th St. Costa Mesa started holding the meet-and-greets in...
  • Drug take-back day set Saturday

    Police in Orange County will collect unused pills Saturday as part of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration program designed to prevent prescription drug abuse. Anyone can anonymously drop off pills or medicated patches at locations in Irvine, Newport...
  • Police: Fugitive nanny gave children medicine to sleep

    Police are looking for a Newport Beach nanny who they say gave two children cold medicine to help them nap and then skipped an August court date on child abuse charges. Elizabeth Norma Sanchez, 41, was a baby-sitter for a Corona del Mar couple, according...
  • Police union, mayor may split cost of airing Costa Mesa candidates forum

    Two of Costa Mesa's fiercest political opponents could join forces in paying to broadcast a City Council candidates' debate after the city of Costa Mesa declined to televise the event in an attempt to remain politically neutral. The Costa Mesa Police...
  • Money, police and who can talk: Costa Mesa council candidates dig into issues at Feet to the Fire Forum

    Money, police and who can talk: Costa Mesa council candidates dig into issues at Feet to the Fire Forum
    It was another night of Costa Mesa politics: booing, hissing, jeering, cheering, clapping and yelling on topics ranging from development and a city charter to Police Department staffing, 60th-anniversary overspending and an extortion lawsuit. The...
  • City Lights: Cross-cultural director's success means no headlines

    City Lights: Cross-cultural director's success means no headlines
    Monday morning, I sat in the office of a man who might have already prevented the next Ferguson. Might. That's a tantalizing word, but as hard to dismiss as it is to prove. Kevin Huie, the director of the Cross-Cultural Center at UC Irvine, isn't what...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Candidates square off at CdM forum

    Seven candidates vying for Newport Beach City Council seats met Thursday morning at the Bahia Corinthian Yacht Club for a 90-minute candidates' forum sponsored by the Corona del Mar Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee. Corona del Mar...
  • College commemoration offers lessons of 9/11

    College commemoration offers lessons of 9/11
    Josh McKinsey stood in the entryway to the Irvine Valley College Performing Arts Center with his eyes fixed on 13-year-old television footage from Sept. 11, 2001. The 23-year-old student watched as two Boeing 767s slammed into the north and south towers...
  • Commentary: Bluffs incident shows effectiveness of police unit

    A city can offer stunning vistas, an array of things to see and do, playgrounds for its children and jobs for their parents. But if it doesn't offer the people who live and work there a feeling of safety and security, everything else is meaningless....
  • Corona del Mar High offices burglarized

    Newport Beach police are investigating a burglary at Corona del Mar High School that was discovered Thursday morning. Police said a burglar or burglars broke into the campus' student government office and an office used by a police officer stationed...
  • Dedicated officers return to Mesa, Estancia high schools

    Costa Mesa and Estancia high schools will have specific police officers dedicated to each campus this school year for the first time since 2012. The Costa Mesa Police Department revived its school resource officer, or SRO, program in February. It was...
  • Commentary: Crime-suppression team is having an effect

    Over the last two budget cycles, the City Council has helped us re-create a dedicated Crime Suppression Unit (CSU) to work on specific crimes in Newport Beach. As I often tell our residents and business owners that Newport Beach is a very safe city, one...