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  • Shirley Ann Frazier McKitterick

    Shirley Ann Frazier McKitterick, 82, passed away peacefully November 18th, 2011 at her home. She was born November 29, 1928, the daughter of Theodore and Mabel Frazier of Kansas City, Missouri. She graduated from Southeast High School in 1946. Shirley...
  • Man accused in Newport murder makes bail

    Man accused in Newport murder makes bail
    A man accused of killing his wife at their Newport Coast home and leaving her body on the U.S. side of the Mexican border was released from jail Wednesday, court records show. Peter Gregory Chadwick, 48, who is charged with murder, posted bail and was...
  • Boxing: Salgado wants to leave no doubt this time

    Boxing: Salgado wants to leave no doubt this time
    Juan Carlos Salgado heard the tight scores when he last fought Argenis Mendez for the IBF super featherweight championship. Salgado, the champ, also heard the complaints come from Mendez's corner after winning the vacant 130-pound title by scores of...
  • Waves photo reflects her passion

    Waves photo reflects her passion
    Eight months ago, Natasha Levy moved from CancĂșn, Mexico, to Newport Beach to finish her last year of high school. She convinced her parents to let her live in California with her 24-year-old brother because doing so would help her pursue an art degree...
  • Airport says 'bienvenidos' to more Mexico flights

    InterJet plans to offer daily nonstop flights from Orange County to Mexico City and Guadalajara starting in mid-October, the airline announced in a press release last week. The announcement came after the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved...
  • Getting to Mexico just got easier

    Company and airport officials this week lauded Mexico City-based Interjet's recent announcement that it will begin offering nonstop daily service from John Wayne Airport to Guadalajara and Mexico City starting in October. Interjet — which company...
  • Interjet launches John Wayne to Mexico flights

    Interjet launches John Wayne to Mexico flights
    Low-fare airline Interjet's first flights out of John Wayne Airport took off Thursday, carrying passengers to Guadalajara and Mexico City. The Mexico-based carrier is the second to offer Mexico service from JWA. The first was AirTran Airways, which...
  • Police: Body found in S.D. County might be Newport Beach woman's

    Authorities were trying to determine Friday if a woman's body found in a Dumpster in San Diego County is that of a missing Newport Beach woman whose husband was charged this week with murder. San Diego County sheriff’s investigators and medical...
  • Man arrested on suspicion of plotting to kidnap girl

    Man arrested on suspicion of plotting to kidnap girl
    A man accused of molesting a minor was arrested by Costa Mesa police for attempting to have the teenage girl kidnapped, which would have prevented her from testifying against him, police said Thursday. Jesus Acosta-Inchaorrondo, 58, of Laguna Hills is...
  • Man charged in alleged kidnapping plot

     Man charged in alleged kidnapping plot
    Prosecutors charged a Laguna Hills man accused of plotting to have his underage teenage relative kidnapped and taken to Mexico, authorities announced Friday. Jesus Acosta-Inchaorrondo, 58, is charged with soliciting to commit kidnapping, attempted...
  • Three reasons to ride

    Three reasons to ride
    For Bob Lee, things comes in threes: three bike rides around the country, three reasons, three generations. Lee, 70, of Barrington, Ill., stopped in Huntington Beach and Newport Beach last week on his way from Vancouver, Canada, to the U.S.-Mexico...
  • Brooks: Grateful for life, freedom

    My family just arrived back from our annual Memorial Day weekend camping trip south of Ensenada, Mexico. I always feel a little sheepish when my neighbors see me return with my gear and sunburn. No one has ever begrudged me my vacation, but I am aware...