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  • Woman pleads not guilty to helping fiancee cover up murders

    A woman accused of helping her former fiancee cover up two gruesome murders pleaded not guilty Wednesday to three felonies she faces in connection with the crime. Prosecutors say aspiring actress Rachel Buffett, 25, lied to police and repeated a...
  • Newport Council discusses telecommunication tower

    If a fake eucalyptus sprouted in a small grove of trees near the Back Bay along Irvine Avenue, would it look like a tree or — as one Newport Beach resident suggested—would it look more like a "giant toilet bowl cleaner?" And how much should...
  • Search grows for missing hikers

    Search grows for missing hikers
    TRABUCO CANYON — About 20 searchers were set to be deployed overnight Tuesday to continue looking for two missing hikers from Costa Mesa, after hundreds of friends and family had shown up throughout the day to help. Rescue workers from various...
  • Searchers get lost while looking for missing teens

     Searchers get lost while looking for missing teens
    The search for two Costa Mesa teens who went missing while hiking in Trabuco Canyon stretched into a third day Wednesday, as dozens of civilian volunteers continued to scour the area — a pair of whom got lost themselves. Two searchers out looking...
  • Newport-Mesa marathoners are OK

    Newport-Mesa marathoners are OK
    Melissa Mead ran in the Boston Marathon for the first time Monday. She will remember it more now because of the two bombings near the finish line at the historic race. Mead was among at least 35 runners from the Newport-Mesa area who ran in the world's...
  • Boys' Water Polo: Local players commit

    Boys' Water Polo: Local players commit
    Luca Cupido, the senior transfer from Italy, has become a pretty familiar sight inside the pool at Newport Harbor High this fall. Cupido's familiarity with another program up the coast aided his college decision. Cupido has verbally committed to...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Fire chief explains fire maps

    Newport Beach Fire Chief Scott Poster met with about 40 residents Wednesday evening, explaining the seemingly flip-flopping position that Corona del Mar has on state fire hazard maps. State law requires the Newport Beach City Council to adopt a Very High...
  • City Life: Administrators shouldn't travel when schools need pencils

    I recently reviewed five years of travel expenses for school Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard. Before revealing what I found, it is important you understand why I am qualified to pass judgment. Since 1983, I have attended, spoken, exhibited and organized dozens of...
  • Council extends consultant's contract

    The Costa Mesa City Council this week extended a consultant's contract to continue managing multiple city projects for a total cost of $230,000 for 16 months of work. Tamara Letourneau, a senior manager with Irvine-based Management Partners, was retained...
  • Apodaca: A technological experiment in the classroom

    Many parents who once chided their kids to turn off their cell phones during family meals and other once-sacrosanct occasions have officially conceded defeat. More than that, they've become converts to the idea that constant access to mobile technology...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Students make sugar skulls

    Corona del Mar Today: Students make sugar skulls
    With just a few days before Día de los Muertos, Spanish-language students spent Thursday turning a Corona del Mar High School classroom into a veritable sugar skull factory. "You take the sugar mixture," said Ethan Wu, a first-year student, as he...
  • More slaying details emerge

    Though his arraignment was delayed Tuesday, new details emerged about a Costa Mesa man accused of killing, decapitating and dismembering his neighbor and then shooting a friend of the victim to throw police off his tracks. Daniel Wozniak — who...