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  • UCI medical school goes digital

    IRVINE — On Friday, UC Irvine's School of Medicine ushered in the class of 2014. This year, instead of finding a shiny new stethoscope in their pockets, they got something a little sweeter: an Apple iPad. So far, the program is the first in...
  • New Hoag branch jumps into the future

    New Hoag branch jumps into the future
    Editor's note: This corrects the name of the RP-7's manufacturer. IRVINE — Doctors know every second counts when a patient's life is on the line, but so far teleportation to get a doctor where he or she needs to be — fast — isn't an...
  • Leyland collects honor

    Jordan Leyland, who will be a junior for the UC Irvine baseball team in 2011, was named playoff MVP after helping the Cotuit Kettleers win the championship of the Cape Cod summer league with a 6-0 victory over Yarmouth-Dennis on Friday. Leyland batted...
  • Church hosts City Council candidate forum

    COSTA MESA — Residents will get a chance Wednesday to hear first-hand from the candidates competing to represent them on the City Council. The Mesa Verde Community Inc., a homeowners' association, will host the 2010 electoral season's first City...
  • City Life: A lesson learned from a bad word

    Leonard Schneider made a successful career out of pointing out the contradictions in the use of our language. Schneider, who was white, often used the "N-word" in his stage act, and made people laugh while doing so. One of his routines was called "Any [N-...
  • Candidates have first debate

    Candidates have first debate
    COSTA MESA — Four City Council candidates who squared off in a debate Wednesday night expressed concerns about the city's ailing budget but differed on ways to improve Costa Mesa's financial picture. For Planning Commission Chairman Jim Righeimer,...
  • Community & Clubs: Children get shopping trip

    Community & Clubs: Children get shopping trip
    The Kiwanis Club of Costa Mesa on Aug. 14 sponsored a shopping trip for two dozen members of the Boys & Girls Club of the Harbor Area. All the children attend one of the club's two branches in Costa Mesa. Before boarding a bus to travel from the Boys...
  • Police confirm cyclist's death

    Editor's note: This corrects Dan Crain's name and removes information about his surgery. A 65-year-old Irvine man involved in a cycling accident along Newport Coast Drive earlier this month has died, police confirmed Tuesday. Dan Crain was injured...
  • Organization lights the path to recovery

    Organization lights the path to recovery
    COSTA MESA — They're a long way from the Hawaiian beaches of Oahu, where, they said, their addiction to meth eventually made them homeless, forcing them to live out of a tent in a place called Barbers Point. They used to stay up all night...
  • Indovina presses on

     Indovina presses on
    Ryan Indovina doesn't care for yesterday. He yearns for what could be. It doesn't seem to bother him that he's a 28-year-old incoming senior at Cal State Dominguez Hills. He doesn't want to stop short of his goals. He doesn't want to stop playing...
  • Society strives for 5K

    Society strives for 5K
    COSTA MESA — "Making strides toward a world with more birthdays" was the slogan embraced by the almost 400 men and women who attended the inaugural Orange County Making Strides Against Breast Cancer kick-off breakfast Wednesday morning. "The...
  • Police: Woman to face drunk driving charges

    A Santa Ana woman will likely face felony drunk driving charges following a violent head-on crash in Newport Beach near Hoag Drive that sent five people to the hospital, police said Tuesday. Carol Nadine Quiroz, 18, was driving a 1997 Acura Integra...