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  • Fire Department reports more calls over holidays

    Warm holiday weather drew crowds to Newport Beach, leading to an increase in emergency calls for lifeguards and firefighters. About 201,000 people visited the beach between Dec. 24 and Monday. Lifeguards responded to 31 first-aid calls and took...
  • Carroll's focus helps 'Eaters sweep

    IRVINE — UC Irvine outside hitter Kevin Carroll said he is looking forward to his senior season with the Anteaters. This, he believes, will keep him from looking backward, as in over his shoulder at the waiting line of talent waiting to take his...
  • Check It Out: Get in shape this year with yoga

    Are you determined to keep your New Year's resolutions and get in shape in 2012? Give yoga a try! Practicing this ancient art will increase your body strength and flexibility, relax your mind, and energize your spirit. The Newport Beach Library has an...
  • Anteaters are loaded

    The novelty of having a national championship contender has long worn off for the UC Irvine men's volleyball program. So, the fact that this year's veteran-laden team was picked to finish second in the sport's elite conference, the Mountain Pacific Sports...
  • Mayor to talk on 'Cannabis Community' show

    Costa Mesa Mayor Gary Monahan will discuss his opinions on medical marijuana and Costa Mesa's current fight with dispensary owners with KOCI's "Cannabis Community" radio show Sunday. From 11 a.m. to noon, KOCI will broadcast remotely from Skosh Monahan'...
  • A brother's love hits sweet spot

    A brother's love hits sweet spot
    NEWPORT BEACH — In November, Jack McKenna became swept up with the idea to make and sell the perfect sweet. Ever since then, the 10-year-old from Newport Beach has hit the ground running, forming his own company, Jack's Rockin' Chocolate Factory,...
  • Peter Churm

    Peter Churm
    OBITUARY FOR PETER CHURM Feb. 2, 1926-Dec. 31, 2011 Peter Churm, 85, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Dec. 31, 2011 at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach. He died from complications of a stroke. A devoted husband, father and...
  • Product aims to perfect posture

    Product aims to perfect posture
    You don't have to tell chiropractor Tim Brown about the benefits of good posture. The company started by Brown — a Newport Beach native who has been heavily involved in the sports medicine industry by helping, healing and training top athletes &#...
  • The Crowd: 'Salute' offers night of substance

    The World Affairs Council of Orange County gathered last month for a year-end celebration billed as "A Salute to the U.S. Armed Forces." It was an evening of considerable substance, headlined by guest speaker and guest of honor Mark Kimmitt, a retired...
  • Appeals court rules against doctor

    A Hoag Hospital doctor will still have to pay an 85-year-old woman's family for failing to notice a blood clot that contributed to her death, an appellate court ruled this week. Dr. Luke Cheung, 49, of Irvine attended to Lois Shafer, of Corona del Mar on...
  • Series: Art is good for health

    Paintings can do more than decorate a home. They can also save your brain. Studies show that exposure to a diverse range of arts and other educational stimuli over long periods of time can decrease memory loss by up to 50%, said Dr. William Shankle,...
  • On Faith: Focus on retrospection rather than resolutions

    It's that time of the year again. After the holiday decorations have been taken down, the old-time ritual of the New Year's resolutions list is posted to the refrigerator. What's on your list this year? For most people, it is probably a reprinted list...