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  • Local nonprofits score Bank of America grants

    Pacific Symphony, South Coast Reportory, Orange County Great Park, Art-A-Fair Foundation, Festival of Arts and Sawdust Art Festival are among the local nonprofits that recently received grants from Bank of America. A total of $465,000 was divvied up...
  • Classic car competition coming to beach

    Classic car competition coming to beach
    Old-school style on four wheels — and two — is heading to the seashore Sunday. The 10th annual Coastline Car Classic at Corona del Mar State Beach is expected to attract hundreds if not a couple thousand people, who will be able to gaze at...
  • Man gets more than 7 years for stealing from woman with dementia

    Man gets more than 7 years for stealing from woman with dementia
    A Costa Mesa man was sentenced Monday to more than seven years in prison for stealing in excess of $280,000 from an elderly woman who was blind, deaf and suffering from dementia, authorities said. John Thomas Windsor, 44, pleaded guilty to one felony...
  • Bank awards grants to local groups

    The Bank of America Charitable Foundation recently awarded grants to four area nonprofits, according to a Bank of America news release. The Girls Inc. of Orange County chapter and Working Wardrobes, both of Costa Mesa, each received $10,000. The...
  • Man who stole from law clients sentenced to 12 years

    A Newport Beach man was sentenced by an Orange County Superior Court judge Friday to 12 years in state prison for stealing more than $780,000 from nine victims while acting as their attorney. Peter David Nitschke, 47, pleaded guilty Feb. 3 to six...
  • Woman suspected in Irvine bank thefts arrested

    Woman suspected in Irvine bank thefts arrested
    Police arrested a 48-year-old Whittier woman Thursday who was suspected of stealing $14,000 from at least two dozen personal bank accounts in Irvine, Los Alamitos, Fullerton, Placentia and other cities. Natalie Diamond was taken into custody at a...
  • Community digs deep to help Crystal Morales

    Community digs deep to help Crystal Morales
    COSTA MESA — Classmates of a Newport Harbor High School teen hit by an SUV outside the school two weeks ago are raising money to help her family pay for her medical expenses as she recovers in intensive care. "Our goal is to raise as much money...
  • Newport man donates $10K to Crystal Morales fund

    A Newport Beach resident has donated $10,000 to help cover the medical costs of a severely injured high school student and pledged to match another $10,000 in donations from the community. David Pyle made the contribution to the Bank of America account...
  • Six foreign nationals indicted in massive car-selling scheme

    A federal grand jury has indicted six foreign nationals, alleging they ran an elaborate money-laundering operation that scammed hundreds of customers out of more than $4 million in fake Internet car sales on reputable websites. Several state and local...
  • Couple pleads guilty to bank fraud

    Two Newport Coast residents pleaded guilty Thursday morning to bank fraud in connection with seven different financial institutions. Thomas Chia Fu, 63, and his wife, Cheri L. Shyu, 60, gained a revolving line of credit from multiple banks, including...
  • Young Democrats' bank account frozen

    It could take years for the Irvine-based Orange County Young Democrats to free up thousands of dollars in funds the organization raised in recent months because its treasurer is accused of mail fraud and the courts have locked the account, OCYD Chairman...
  • Sen. Harman wants to veto senior rights bill

    In late August, state Sen. Tom Harman (R-Costa Mesa) missed a vote on a bill that would stiffen penalties against people who defraud senior citizens and tighten banking regulations. Harman's absence had no bearing on the outcome, as Senate Democrats...