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  • Community Commentary: American colleges are outsourcing education

    American colleges have responded to harsh criticism that tuition rose four times as fast as the cost of living over the last 25 years — resulting in their graduates leaving school as debt slaves with an average of $25,250 in student loans — by...
  • Rotary has polio on the ropes in India

    Rotary Club members worldwide, including those in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach, are cautiously celebrating a milestone in the global effort to eradicate polio. India, until recently an epicenter of the wild poliovirus, has gone one year without recording...
  • My Pet World: Take a pass on team logo for crab's shell

    Question: My son, a New England Patriots fan, has three pet crabs. We are [Denver] Broncos fans. Will the crabs get along with one another if they have different team logos painted on their shells? — D.H., Denver Answer: I may not be paid as much...
  • Authorities raid Costa Mesa marijuana dispensaries

    Authorities raid Costa Mesa marijuana dispensaries
    COSTA MESA — When federal and local authorities raided Chadd McKeen's marijuana dispensary Tuesday morning, he was shocked. He said his store, Otherside Farms, is cleaner, more transparent and in line with state medicinal laws compared to others in...
  • High School Roundup: Vetrovec stars in NHHS win

    BASEBALL Newport Harbor 4, Katella 3 NEWPORT BEACH — Sophomore Shaun Vetrovec produced the game-winning, run-scoring single with two outs, two strikes and the bases loaded to wrap up play in the Newport Elks Tournament's Foothill Division Friday....
  • The Crowd: Decorative Arts Society focuses on care, well-being

    Make no mistake, we are not out of the proverbial woods economically. Tough times persist, especially for those struggling the most. Nonprofits are working harder for donations to cover expenses and maintain ongoing efforts assisting people in need in...
  • Steinberg: Great NFL season

    Remember back to the dispiriting offseason of locked out players and no transactions in the NFL. Relive the anxiety and angst surrounding whether there would be a season at all (although I wrote repeatedly it would all work out). Recall the two...
  • UCI researchers look into properties of tears

    Human tears are thought to be unique in the animal kingdom, in that they're often tied to our emotional state — but that's not the only special property they possess. Proteins in tears can protect against harmful bacteria, and now a team of UC...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Preschool nutrition can be challenging

    Preschool children, specifically the 2- to 5-year-old set, are notoriously picky eaters, and parents need to recognize that this is developmentally appropriate, although frustrating! Preschool is an appropriate time to begin teaching children the...
  • Two events set to benefit accident victim

    Friends of a 17-year-old girl hit by an allegedly intoxicated driver in December are organizing two events to raise money for her recovery. -------------------- FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version incorrectly called Vanessa Orellana a show organizer....
  • YMCA to hold grand reopening Saturday

    The Newport-Mesa Family YMCA on University Drive is hosting a grand reopening Saturday. The YMCA is celebrating the renovations to its facility with an open house from 7 a.m. to noon at 2300 University Drive in Newport Beach. Newport Beach Mayor Nancy...
  • Steinberg: Steriods not for sports

    Warren Moon, the late coach Bill Walsh, Ken Dorsey and I testified before the California Senate and Assembly several years back supporting a bill by State Senator Jackie Speier to ban steroids and dangerous supplements from high school students and...