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  • The Crowd: Space and green totally go together

    The Crowd: Space and green totally go together
    Among the most fashionable folks attending Sept. 25's Discovery Science Center gala were a woman in a ball gown fashioned entirely of leaves, a petite gal in a little black cocktail dress made of a Hefty trash bag accented with a stole made of Swifter...
  • Woman charged with forgery, grand theft

    COSTA MESA — A Costa Mesa woman faces nearly 40 years in prison for her alleged role in an identity theft and bank fraud ring linked to an Orange car dealership, prosecutors said Tuesday. Luz Belem Corral, 28, is charged with 77 felonies, including...
  • Police offer heads up on scams in inboxes

    Newport Beach police want to remind the public to be wary of some things that seem too good to be true, especially when they come through unsolicited e-mails. Police said they've seen a resurgance of three e-mail scams targeting the public: foreign...
  • Bank Of America doles out $450K

    Bank of America announced last week that it will give $450,000 to Orange County nonprofits in Costa Mesa and other cities for funding and leadership training. The bank's neighborhood excellence initiative has donated $2.7 million to area nonprofits...
  • Head is found, name cleared

    Days after finding Samuel Herr's left arm and right hand, Costa Mesa detectives returned to a Long Beach park Saturday and found the Army veteran's severed head. The gruesome discoveries were part of a dramatic turn in local police's investigation...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Giving some bank robbers a bad name

    There is something about Newport-Mesa they just love. Not people, bank robbers. If there is anywhere else on this earth that thinks it can compete with Newport Beach and Costa Mesa for the "Bank Robberies Per Capita" award, I say bring it on. At about...
  • It's A Gray Area: Breaking the cycle of poverty

    One final thing I wanted to share with you from the FreedomFestconvention in Las Vegas a few weeks ago was the program that has spawned an upcoming movie, "To Catch a Dollar." This program provides small loans to people who otherwise would not qualify for...
  • Newport Coast couple charged with bank fraud

    A Newport Coast couple face up to 30 years in prison for allegedly lying to a consortium of banks in order to establish a $130-million line of credit for their home décor business, federal prosecutors said Thursday. Thomas Chia Fu, 61, and his wife,...
  • Man charged with stealing more than $280K from elderly woman

    A Costa Mesa man is set to be arraigned Thursday on charges that he stole more than $280,000 from an elderly Newport Beach woman suffering from dementia. Newport Beach police arrested John Thomas Windsor, 41, on Wednesday. Authorities charged him with...
  • State committee warns Newport council candidate

    A candidate in the fall race for Newport Beach City Council improperly reported his campaign expenditures and funding, according to a warning issued by the state Fair Political Practices Commission. Mark Tabbert, a mergers and acquisition broker who...
  • Scholarships offered for Newport Harbor students

    A local residential real estate broker is offering Newport Harbor High School students interested in the media a chance to earn money for college. Bixby Residential, of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, is offering three seniors the chance to win...
  • Imposter pleads guilty to bank fraud

    A man accused of stealing a nearly $1.4 million tax return check from billionaire Irvine Co. Chairman Donald Bren pleaded guilty Monday to one count of bank fraud. Federal prosecutors say Moundir Kamil, a 41-year-old convicted bank robber, obtained Bren'...