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  • Price having fun, wins Toshiba Classic

    Price having fun, wins Toshiba Classic
    NEWPORT BEACH - At the 17th Toshiba Classic many saw Nick Price, a three-time major winner, do his best to maintain a first-round five-shot lead. In the ropes, if they looked closely and heard him speak afterward, they would've seen a rebirth of a...
  • DeVaney continues to work

    Early Sunday morning, the final day of the Toshiba Classic, the keys to the maintenance shed at Newport Beach Country Club were missing. But it was OK, the keys weren't too far away. All it took was a phone call to Dee DeVaney and the 65-year-old came...
  • Rowland group tackles air quality after oil spill

    When the Deepwater Horizon exploded in 2010, sending millions of barrels of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico, most scientists were concerned about the damage to sea life. Not many gave a whiff of thought to air quality. The Rowland-Blake Group at UC...
  • Newport Harbor student receives $10K scholarship

     Newport Harbor student receives $10K scholarship
    Paul Tadross has racked up 170 hours of volunteer work at Hoag Hospital. He started a senior-freshman mentor program at Newport Harbor High School, where he is the ASB president. Now he can add another impressive note to his résumé. Tadross, 17, was...
  • Allen gives back [corrected]

    A key aspect to the Toshiba Classic is money raised for charity. That is certainly the case during the 18th annual Toshiba Classic at Newport Beach Country Club this week. The charity hits home for Michael Allen, who has had a nice start this year on the...
  • My Pet World: Don't choose 'Dr. Google' over a real vet

    ST. LOUIS — Sad news for our pets was announced at a press conference titled, "Houston, We Have a Problem," during the 2011 American Veterinary Medical Assn. Convention July 18. The problem has been a steady decline in our pets' health. "This...
  • Apodaca: How we eat is indeed frightening

    In keeping with the season, I'm going to tell a scary story. This isn't your typical dark-and-stormy-night tale of horror. It's about monsters lurking in our kids' lunch boxes, sinister snacks living in our pantries and nutrition-less ghouls masquerading...
  • My Pet World: Author distressed about dog training

    Author Jennifer Arnold couldn't say it all in her first book, "Through a Dog's Eyes," so she wrote a second book, "In a Dog's Heart" (Spiegel and Grau, New York, NY, 2011; $25). In the new book, she focuses a lot on the connection we can develop with...
  • Pageant contestant hopes to raise diabetes awareness

    NEWPORT BEACH — Some see beauty pageants as demeaning to women. But not Heather Shields, 20. She finds the experience empowering. "I figured if I could get on stage in front of lots of people in a bathing suit, I could do just about anything," she...
  • YMCA program encourages exercise, nutrition

    COSTA MESA — Eight weeks ago, Nathalie Ayapantecatl struggled — along with about half of her peers — to run just one lap without stopping. It took hard work, but now the 8-year-old can run several laps. And after eight weeks of after-...
  • Judy Wells Stafford

    Judy Wells Stafford passed away November 26 at her home in Palm Desert, Calif. A native of Long Beach, Calif., Judy was raised in Billings, Mont., and later Boise, Idaho where she graduated from Borah High School in 1960.  She then moved with her...
  • Medical board: Doctor was negligent

    An Irvine-based doctor has lost his medical license for over-prescribing medication to a depressed patient a month before the patient died of an overdose. Dariush Javanshir's license was revoked for prescribing 330 tablets of anti-anxiety medication...