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  • 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...
  • Mark D. Daly

    Mark D Daly, resident of Newport Beach, passed away peacefully on June 29, 2012 at the age of 51. Born in Santa Rosa, CA on March 25, 1961 to Phillip and Dolores Daly, Mark grew up in Newport Beach and was a 1979 graduate of Newport Harbor High School....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Sentencing delayed for Costa Mesa woman involved in fraud ring

    Sentencing for a Costa Mesa woman accused of targeting Latinos and getting them loans they couldn't afford was moved to Nov. 4. In May, Luz Belem Corral pleaded guilty to seven felonies — including conspiracy to defraud another of property, grand...
  • 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...
  • We run 'a different offense' in Costa Mesa

    We run 'a different offense' in Costa Mesa
    Third in a series about Costa Mesa's political battle. * For him, local politics is like the Cold War. Costa Mesa City Councilman Steve Mensinger equates the City Council with the Reagan administration and the public employee associations with the USSR....
  • Newport attorney suspected of stealing from women

    Newport attorney suspected of stealing from women
    A Newport Beach attorney faces charges of embezzling more than $700,000 from two sisters after offering to help them with their finances, prosecutors said Tuesday. Peter David Nitschke, 45, was a family friend of the alleged victims and president of...
  • 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...