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  • Police: Drunk driver caught fleeing deadly crash

    A Santa Ana man was driving drunk in the rain Tuesday morning when he smashed his SUV into a light pole in Irvine, killing one of his passengers, police said. Tapu Aniceto Sitagata, 27, was arrested about a half a block away from Culver and Irvine Center...
  • My Pet World: You can't force Fido to adore you

    Q: How can I get my puppy to be more attached to me? She's a mixed breed we adopted two months ago from a shelter. She's 9 months old. It's not like she dislikes our family but she doesn't seem madly in love with us like other dogs have been. I don't...
  • Bound by love, living by traditions

    Bound by love, living by traditions
    NEWPORT BEACH — The story of Salvador and Margarita Avila began long before they started the Avila's El Ranchito restaurant chain in Southern California. The two met in the small colonial town of Guanajuato, Mexico, in the 1940s. She was 21 and he...
  • The Crowd: Standing up to fight cancer

    There are social events that are all about posturing and community connections. And there are social events that are all about coming together to make a difference for a community purpose. Last week in Costa Mesa, Circle 1000, in support of The Hoag...
  • Beaches open after sewer spill

    A stretch of Orange County Coast has been reopened to public use after a sewage spill off Balboa Pier earlier this week closed some beaches, according to an official with the Orange County Environmental Health department. A sewage spill from Ruby's Diner...
  • Police Files

    AREA 1 Harbor Boulevard: A drunken driver was reported in the 1900 block at 12:43 a.m. Thursday. Northbound 55 north of Victoria Street: A drunken driver was reported at 1:11 a.m. Thursday. Victoria Street: A traffic collision with minor injuries was...
  • Corona boys rise in finals

    IRVINE — They swam fast Friday afternoon, but Corona del Mar High seniors Hayden Leach and Bruce Bearer ran even faster as the Pacific Coast League finals ended. They came for Coach Barry O'Dea, muscling him into the water at Beckman High. The CdM...
  • Grieving OCC pitcher delivers

    Grieving OCC pitcher delivers
    COSTA MESA — Heather Faith Beyer liked baseball and she liked to celebrate performance. On Saturday at Orange Coast College, Pirates pitcher Chad Thompson produced a performance that his late step-sister would have thoroughly enjoyed. Just four...
  • Pole dance can't help UCI

    IRVINE — First, things went fortuitously foul for the UC Irvine baseball team Saturday against Big West Conference visitor Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Then, they simply went south. After apparently catching a monumental break when a would-be, go-...
  • Striking a balance

    Striking a balance
    COSTA MESA — He cycled around town with an empty child trailer hitched to the back of his bike. It was around dusk near Lions Park on a recent Tuesday. Other than messy salt-and-pepper hair and ruddy skin from six years of living on the streets,...
  • Retired employee health-care costs may increase

    COSTA MESA — The city's health-care costs for its retired employees could increase by more than $1 million in the next 20 years, according to data discussed at Tuesday night's budget study session. In the second of several public City Council...
  • Sounding Off: Drug offenders not entitled by law

    California Proposition 36, the Substance Abuse and Crime Prevention Act of 2000, was an initiative statute that permanently changed state law to allow qualifying defendants convicted of non-violent drug possession offenses to receive a probationary...