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  • Q&A: How to handle bullying in class, online

    While cyberspace bullying isn't a new concept, it keeps surfacing in schools due to the popularity of social media, like Facebook. To help reduce problems, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District plans to hold an Internet safety class for parents from...
  • 11th-grader applies for state position

    He'd like to become president of the United States, but first things first. Nicolas Jaber, a Newport Harbor High School junior, wants to be the California State Board of Education's next student representative. Jaber, who sits on the Newport-Mesa Unified...
  • Foodies against hunger

    Foodies against hunger
    Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of Jason Iehl's last name. COSTA MESA — Few businesses have been able to capitalize on Twitter the way the gourmet food truck industry has — many reaching cult-like status with tens of thousands of...
  • CdM alumni game coming

    Corona del Mar High will have its annual alumni baseball game Feb. 19. The program does not charge for playing, but it will be accepting donations and contributions. The game will feature a team made up of players who played in 1999 or before against...
  • Comments & Curiosities: He finally speaks

    Ninety-four years without a word. That has to be a world record. Are we talking about an elderly Buddhist monk? Marcel Marceau's autobiography? Neither one. We're talking about someone much, much more important who just happens to be one of my...
  • A place to preserve your memories

    Randi Rubenstein knew the house was just a house. But as she cleaned out the rooms in Newport Beach where she had raised 10 foster children, she found herself overwhelmed with memories — and wanting to preserve them. A quick call to Keri Gee...
  • 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...
  • High School Football: Unity important for rivals

    High School Football: Unity important for rivals
    COSTA MESA — There was a face missing among the football players/workers during the inaugural Battle of the Brush clean-up at Canyon Park Saturday. When his name was brought up, the faces that were there turned sad. Carlos Vazquez of Costa...
  • Get The Ink Out: Relax, rejoice: Web comments are back

    I am sure you have been wondering where this column went. Chicago did not keep me, but I have added the Windy City to my list of favorite places. It's right up there with San Francisco. The truth about my absence is that I've been swamped with changes...
  • Stolen SUV incident becomes suspicious circumstances case

    An abduction incident involving a sleeping 17-year-old girl in a reportedly stolen SUV changed to a suspicious circumstances case and canceled Amber Alert by Monday evening, Costa Mesa police said. The investigation is ongoing. The initial Costa...
  • Animal rights group protesting foie gras at Pascal restaurants

    An animal rights group plans to protest at a Fashion Island French restaurant Monday night for serving foie gras on its Valentine's Day menu. Animal Protection & Rescue League has scheduled a protest at 7 p.m. in front of Brasserie Pascal, one of the...
  • Newport mayor launches Facebook page

    Newport Beach Mayor Mike Henn has launched his own Facebook page. Henn will use Facebook to discuss "higher-level policy, strategy and issues of importance to large numbers of residents," according to the page. He will "post updates, read comments and...