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  • My Pet World: A roundup of recent animal news

    Pit bulls are not the problem, people are Some people might be surprised at the results of a new Associated Press http://www.Petside.com poll on public perceptions of various dog breeds. It turns out that the majority of American pet owners believe a...
  • Eagles fall in wild card

    ANAHEIM — The big day for the Estancia High girls' water polo team started with bad news. The Eagles on Tuesday were going to make their first appearance in the CIF Southern Section playoffs in five seasons without their top scorer. Coach Jennifer...
  • Local clinic chain to celebrate 40 years

    COSTA MESA — When she was a girl, Cynthia Stamper Graff willingly served as a guinea pig for her father's research into weight management. "He had us fasting every Monday," said Graff, chief executive of the Lindora Clinic, recalling how her dad,...
  • A healthier taste of life

    COSTA MESA — Rea Elementary School parents dug into a fiesta Thursday morning filled with healthier alternatives to traditional party fare. They feasted on Spanish-style quinoa, spaghetti squash, veggie quesadillas with fat-free cheese and whole-...
  • The tub with crystal-clear qualities

    The tub with crystal-clear qualities
    Editor's note: This corrects the location of Fleur de Lys in the photo captions. COSTA MESA — What's the next best thing to bathing in treasure? Try bathing in a tub adorned with 46,000 glittering Swarovski crystals. Newport Beach resident...
  • Estancia finds a way

    Estancia finds a way
    COSTA MESA — The Estancia High girls' basketball team made many big plays in the second half Thursday night. Two of the biggest were a three-pointer by a sick senior who missed her previous five three-pointers, and a lefty floater by another...
  • Richard Vallier Price

    Richard Vallier Price
    Richard (Dick) V. Price from Newport Beach passed away at home February 10th at the age of 82 following a lengthy illness. He was born July 13, 1928 and lived in Pittsburg, PA until he was 14.  When his father (James Henry) died in 1942, his family moved...
  • The Crowd: Events aim to help serious diseases

    The Crowd: Events aim to help serious diseases
    The spring social season will honor two of the region's most philanthropic couples on behalf of very serious causes. The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) challenges concerned citizens to "Imagine a World Without Diabetes." The JDRF "Dream...
  • It's A Gray Area: With our help, the brain-injured can thrive

    One of the true embarrassments of our times is that there is no facility in the western United States where brain-injured adults can live, receive appropriate medical care, engage in meaningful employment, and thrive up to the limits of their abilities....
  • On Faith: Pastoral counseling can be a great comfort

    Many people today are unaffiliated with religious organizations and are searching for alternatives for support, inspiration and growth. It can be a burden to feel alone with the challenges, worries and disappointments in life. Even those who are...
  • L.A. woman dies in freeway crash

    A Los Angeles woman was killed after two cars crashed into her vehicle as it sat disabled on the 405 Freeway in Costa Mesa on Friday night. Hannah Bartle, 21, succumbed to her injuries at about 12:30 a.m. Saturday at Fountain Valley Regional Hospital....
  • 100 reasons to celebrate

    100 reasons to celebrate
    COSTA MESA — When 100-year-old Irene Hetzel was a girl in Beaumont, she lived too far to walk the three miles to school, and her family didn't have a car. Instead, she and her brother had to find alternative transportation. "I had to come in a...