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Public Transportation Disasters

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  • Corona del Mary Today: Bus incident will not result in criminal charges

    The Orange County district attorney's office has rejected a criminal case against the owner of a party bus that was transporting Corona del Mar High School students when one fell from the moving vehicle onto the 73 toll road.
  • Jenni Martin, golf's doctor of the green, helps older players improve

    Jenni Martin, golf's doctor of the green, helps older players improve
    Dr. Jenni Martin looked at her computer screen and pointed to the videotaped golfer as he hit a ball. "That guy is a good golfer," Martin said as she folded her arms. "But he's losing power. I have to get him to stretch his pecs." It's that type of...

    Relationships crumble as wall separating Costa Mesa homes and dealership comes down

    Relationships crumble as wall separating Costa Mesa homes and dealership comes down
    On the evening of July 14, a woman approached the podium inside Costa Mesa City Hall to inform the powers that be that her dog died. She blamed Daisy's death on the car dealership behind her house. Chau Vuong became visibly upset in telling the...

    From the Boathouse: Get your license to turn the wheel

    Ahoy! Boater's licensing is official in California! Gov. Jerry Brown made it official Sept. 18 by signing SB 941 (Monning) into law. The new law requires almost every recreational boater to have a state-issued vessel operator card in a phased-in program...

    16 partygoers make it back to Newport after riding out Mexico hurricane

    16 partygoers make it back to Newport after riding out Mexico hurricane
    A group of Newport Beach residents who were stranded for two days in hurricane-torn Pedregal, Mexico, arrived home safely late Tuesday. Jeff Reed, a 29-year-old groom-to-be, hitched a ride on a military plane to Tijuana on Tuesday evening with 15...