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  • The Crowd: A day at Newport's 'lifestyle university'

    The Crowd: A day at Newport's 'lifestyle university'
    It is about 8 a.m. on a Saturday in Newport Beach. The town is still quiet, but at a swank Irvine Co. office building in Fashion Island cars are pulling up in the front circular drive. They are full of a diverse group of people who have signed up for...
  • Plea expected in deadly wrong-way crash

    A man accused of killing one person and injuring two others while allegedly driving the wrong way on the freeway is scheduled to enter a plea in court Thursday, according to prosecutors. Ruben Gurrola, 23, of Pomona is facing felony charges of murder,...
  • Costa Mesa sought feds' help before pot raids

    Costa Mesa City Attorney Tom Duarte asked federal authorities months ahead of a January raid to help shutter the marijuana dispensaries operating illegally in the city, according to a letter he wrote to the U.S. attorney's office in Los Angeles. "In...
  • Council OKs workers' pension changes

    The Costa Mesa City Council approved a reformed pension model for the city's nonpublic safety workers this week that could save the city millions compared in the long run, according to a city staff report. About 185 workers in the Costa Mesa City...
  • Briefs: Zepfel to Harvard

    Corona del Mar High senior Ben Zepfel has committed to play collegiate water polo at Harvard, CdM Coach Barry O'Dea announced in an email Thursday. Zepfel was the Pacific Coast League MVP last fall for CdM, as well as All-CIF Southern Section Division II...
  • Titans are hot shots

    FULLERTON — All that was missing was a red, white and blue ball. The eye-catching leather gimmick used once by the American Basketball Assn., which invented the three-pointer, would not have been out of place at Cal State Fullerton on Thursday,...
  • Meaning in CdM triumph

    COSTA MESA — A special meaning was at the forefront of a nonleague boys' volleyball match Tuesday, between Corona del Mar High and Edison at Orange Coast College. While the Sea Kings defeated the Chargers in three straight sets, 25-17, 25-9, 25-13,...
  • The Crowd: Follies revving up for another year

    The Crowd: Follies revving up for another year
    It is hard to believe that The CHOC Follies are celebrating 15 years on stage in Orange County. More importantly, the theatrical extravaganza, starring local talent, has raised more than $5 million net in support of Children's Hospital of Orange County....
  • Nordstrom tough for Sailors

    Nordstrom tough for Sailors
    The left side of Ben Nordstrom's body has sure given him issues the past two years around this time. He is now dealing with tendinitis in his left elbow. The pain he can tolerate, more so than the two tears he suffered in his left shoulder last year....
  • Steinberg: Peyton should retire

    Peyton Manning has been a dominant player in the NFL since 1998. He has led his team to a Super Bowl title, gone to multiple Pro Bowls, earned MVP honors and set multiple passing records. His critical importance to his team was highlighted in his absence...
  • Newport Beach council may OK heavily increased fines

    Seeking to tame problematic restaurants and bars, the Newport Beach City Council may increase fines for noise, occupancy and other violations. On Tuesday, the council will discuss adding a higher level of fines — up to 10 times the current amount...
  • Council decision removes fire rings at beaches

    Council decision removes fire rings at beaches
    Newport Beach City Manager Dave Kiff met with staff Wednesday to discuss the next steps after the City Council voted to remove fire rings at local beaches, an official said. The council voted Tuesday unanimously and without any debate to ask staff to...