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  • Jones Cup: Susolik settling only for success

    Though most renowned for the work he does with a briefcase in his hand, Ed Susolik is also rather successful wielding a golf club. An esteemed litigator who has netted more than $1 billion in policy-holder benefits for his clients over a 22-year legal...
  • Longtime UCI faculty member named interim provost

    Longtime UCI faculty member named interim provost
    Administrator Susan V. Bryant has been named the interim executive vice chancellor and provost at UC Irvine. Bryant, a biologist, will replace Michael R. Gottfredson, who is leaving to assume the position of president of the University of Oregon on Aug....
  • Casagrande: Typos take away a piece of our dignity

    Does a presidential candidate who misspells "America" love it any less than the guy whose campaign gets all the letters in the right order? Is he less fit to lead if his Facebook page mentions "offical gear" when it means official gear? Would the typo...
  • Judge: Newport authorized to revoke Morningside Recovery's agreement

    The city of Newport Beach prevailed in court this week when a judge ruled that the city could terminate its agreement with Morningside Recovery. Orange County Superior Court Judge Sheila Fell decided the city had the authority when it revoked the...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Harbor View students hold annual Field Day

    Corona del Mar Today: Harbor View students hold annual Field Day
    Harbor View Elementary School students marked the last Wednesday of school with their annual Field Day — a series of competitive but friendly games and races. "I really think it's fun," said fifth-grader Chris King as he finished hula-hooping and...
  • Eastside shooting sends man to hospital

    A Costa Mesa man was hospitalized Saturday with a pierced lung and a wound near his heart after a shooting in front of his Eastside home, authorities said. Police said the shooting occurred when the man, 19, came to the aid of his father when he...
  • Animal group alleges students mistreated cat carcasses

    An animal-rights organization has accused Newport Harbor High School students of mistreating cat carcasses intended for dissection in class and then publishing the images online. The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a Washington, D.C.-based...
  • Coroner: Driver dies after suffering heart attack while driving

    A Laguna Niguel man died Thursday after the vehicle he was driving struck a pole in a parking lot in Costa Mesa, authorities said. Steven Takei, 56, appeared to have a heart attack while behind the wheel in the 24 Hour Fitness parking lot in the 500...
  • UC Irvine doctors implant telescopes into eye patients

    UC Irvine doctors implant telescopes into eye patients
    UC Irvine ophthalmologists were the first in Orange County to implant tiny telescopes in two patients suffering from age-related, end-stage macular degeneration, the university announced Monday. Doctors from the university's Gavin Herbert Eye Institute...
  • Community & Clubs: Soroptimist group hosts annual women's awards celebration

    Soroptimist International of Newport Harbor Area recently held its annual International Women's Day Awards Celebration to recognize the club's 2012 Violet Richardson and Women's Opportunity awards honorees. March 8 marked International Women's Day, a...
  • 38th, 52nd streets rank among cleanest beaches

    38th, 52nd streets rank among cleanest beaches
    Only a dozen beaches nationwide made the National Resources Defense Council's list of "five-star" beaches. Newport Beach is one of them. The beach at 38th Street and 52nd/53rd Street ranked among the top in the nation for water quality. Nearby Bolsa...
  • OCEA lawyer: 9/11 terrorist attacks led to increases

    Blame it on Osama bin Laden. When municipalities across California and the country are trying to rein in payroll and growing pension costs — particularly those for police and firefighters — Orange County Employees Assn. counsel Don Drozd...