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  • Kearney granted second serve

     Kearney granted second serve
    For Chris Kearney, break point will always hold a deeper meaning than the one linked to the context of tennis. UC Irvine men's tennis coach Trevor Kronemann said Monday that Kearney, a junior transfer from North Carolina, has the potential to...
  • Man denies abuse of Chihuahua

    A Newport Beach man accused of swinging a puppy around by its leash pleaded not guilty Thursday in Orange County Superior Court in Santa Ana, leading the way to a trial setting conference next month. Verne Joseph Strong, 56, is charged with felony...
  • Breaking down Measure V

    In the order of appearance in Measure V, here is an explanation of each section: Taxes: The city charter currently allows the city to tax property owners to meet its bond payments and its retirement benefits for city employees, to pay for libraries...
  • Court supports Newport rehab law

    Court supports Newport rehab law
    NEWPORT BEACH — A federal judge ruled this week that Newport Beach's law restricting group rehabilitation homes does not discriminate against disabled people, handing the city a partial victory in its protracted litigation with operators. U.S....
  • Pair charged in murder case

    An confrontation that ended in with a deadly shooting in Huntington Beach on Oct. 22 first started in Newport Beach over a girlfriend, according to prosecutors. Derek Christopher Adams, 22, and Marissa Star Bilotti, 19, both of Huntington Beach, are...
  • More victims come forward in sexual assault case

    Two more women have come forward as possible victims of a man accused of sexually assaulting girls on public buses in Costa Mesa and Los Angeles County. A 19-year-old woman from Los Angeles and a teenage girl from Long Beach contacted the Orange County...
  • Ponzi scheme operator gets 5 years

    Ponzi scheme operator gets 5 years
    NEWPORT BEACH — A Tustin businessman was sentenced to five years and four months in prison Wednesday for operating a Ponzi scheme that drained a dozen Orange County residents — some of them from Costa Mesa — out of hundreds of...
  • DNA is link in murder case

    DNA is link in murder case
    A Costa Mesa man and his brother were charged Tuesday with murder in the commission of a kidnapping after police said that DNA evidence linked them to a burned female body found in Irvine. Gabino Valdivia-Guzman, 31, and his brother Zenaido Valdivia-...
  • Police: Men had 20 pounds of pot

    Two Northern California men accused of driving through Newport Beach with 20 pounds of marijuana are due in court Friday on felony drug charges. A Newport Beach police officer stopped a black Ford Explorer near Westcliff and Dover drives for a minor...
  • Deadly bicycle crash trial continues Monday

    A landscaper accused of misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter related to a fatal Newport Beach bicycle crash over the summer will be back in court Monday to stand trial. Jose Luis Huerta Mundo, 38, pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving without a license, but...
  • Lobdell: Despite tragedy, it's not time to hate

    I wanted to hate Jose Luis Huerta Mundo, the self-employed landscaper accused of making an illegal turn on a blind corner of a steep Newport Beach hill that led to the death of cyclist Michael Nine. So I went to the Harbor Justice Center in Newport...
  • Charges dismissed against biker gang leader's son

    Charges dismissed against biker gang leader's son
    Prosecutors on Tuesday dismissed misdemeanor weapons charges against the son of a leader of a biker gang that claims it is a church group and was involved in a brawl with the Hells Angels in Newport Beach in 2008. Six months after pleading guilty to...