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  • Group wants license

    In an attempt to "dot the I's and cross the T's," a medical marijuana advocacy group is seeking a writ of mandate to be licensed as a business in Costa Mesa on top of a lawsuit they filed against the city last month. "The fastest road to an appeal is...
  • Man faces more charges

    A registered sex offender wanted by Orange County Sheriff's deputies for allegedly molesting a teenage girl was arrested in Costa Mesa on Thursday morning. Curtis Regulus, 38, a transient in Newport-Mesa, has been convicted multiple times in recent...
  • Man, 65, guilty of hate crime

    A Costa Mesa transient was sentenced to eight years in prison Friday for threatening a group of teenagers with a knife in December while hurling racial epithets at them outside a pharmacy. Ronald Allen Bramlett, 65, pleaded guilty to felony counts of...
  • 'Eaters Brock tabbed

    Evan Brock, who was 6-4 with a 3.14 earned-run average as a freshman pitcher at UC Irvine in 2010, has been named an alternate on the collegiate national team trials roster. Trials are scheduled Tuesday through July 11 at the USA Baseball Training...
  • Judge fights on (in song)

    Editor's note: This corrects an earlier version. NEWPORT BEACH — Retired Superior Court Judge James P. Gray doesn't really know the meaning of the word retirement. After retiring from close to three decades on the Orange County bench, instead of...
  • Fate unclear for MSU

    Four years ago, Anam Siddiq was a new student at UC Irvine, nervous about what was in store, eager to make new friends and ready to pursue an education that would prepare her for a career. Her first few days of school coincided with Ramadan, which...
  • Man accused of abusing puppy

    Man accused of abusing puppy
    A Newport Beach man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a felony animal cruelty charge that he hit, kicked and swung an 8-month old puppy around by the neck, using its leash like a lasso. Verne Joseph Strong, 56, was arrested Sunday in a Westminster Wal-Mart...
  • Resisting-arrest pair pleads guilty

    COSTA MESA — A Costa Mesa man and his friend who successfully got the city to hand over police personnel records for their defense on resisting-arrest charges outside of a Newport Boulevard bar have pleaded guilty and will be sentenced in September....
  • Attorney could get five years

    A Newport Beach attorney could face more than five years in prison for running a fake foreign investment operation that netted more about $4.5 million, federal prosecutors said Tuesday. Gerald M. Shaw, 62, pleaded guilty last week to one count of wire...
  • City faces five injury lawsuits

    COSTA MESA — There were five personal injury lawsuits filed against Costa Mesa in August, doubling the year's total in a single month, with allegations ranging from excessive force by police to negligence in filling a pothole at the Orange County...
  • Man who stomped on pelican may don orange vest

    Man who stomped on pelican may don orange vest
    A Perris man who stomped on a pelican trying to nab his fish at Newport Pier was sentenced to community service and probation, prosecutors said Wednesday. Daniel Richard Moreno, 20, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor animal cruelty Tuesday at the Central...
  • Man pleads not guilty in DUI

    A Huntington Beach man pleaded not guilty to felony DUI charges Tuesday after police said he hit a woman crossing the street in Irvine. Collin Weiner, 25, was arrested after Irvine police said he hit a woman crossing Barranca Parkway at Creek Road just...