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Mexico

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  • Acting as an advocate

    Acting as an advocate
    CORONA DEL MARĀ — One person can make a difference. You just have to believe in yourself, be patient, put in many hours of work, and, sometimes — just sometimes — search far and wide for Spanish translators. That was the message...
  • Border Protection investigates beached boat

    Border Protection investigates beached boat
    Editor's note: This corrects the name of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Agent Michael Jimenez' title. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection is investigating a Tuesday-morning incident in which eight to 10 people reportedly came ashore at...
  • Police: Missing Irvine teen could be headed to Mexico

    Police: Missing Irvine teen could be headed to Mexico
    A 14-year-old Irvine teenager was reported missing after not showing up to school on Tuesday morning. Authorities think that Alan Rose may be a runaway headed to Mexico, according to an Irvine Police Department news release issued Wednesday. Alan's...
  • Coroner: Three on doomed plane drowned

    The three victims of a single-engine plane crash in Newport Beach's Back Bay drowned, coroner officials said Tuesday. Charles Chambers, 58, of Redondo Beach, Sean Kelly, 44, of Hermosa Beach, and Russell Urban, 63, of Rancho Palos Verdes, were killed...
  • Helping feed the Times

    Helping feed the Times
    Paula Renteria has been making burritos and serving scrambled eggs and hash browns for more than two decades at the Los Angeles Times' Orange County plant cafeteria in Costa Mesa. But on Friday the cafeteria will close, and she's going to bid farewell...
  • Biking the distance

    Salome Hernandez doesn't use high-tech gear. There's no spandex in his closet. No clip-in shoes, no bottles that squirt straight lines of water into his mouth. He's just got his 20-gear Trek road bike and a helmet. That, and the one thing just about...
  • Surfing Soapbox: Event helps 'green' school in Mexico

    If you're in Laguna Beach on Saturday, stop by Thalia Street beach between 2 and 4:30 p.m., when I will be hosting a surf-a-thon along with pro surfer Jon Rose other celebrity guests. While the general public is encouraged to join us in the water or...
  • They are humans, too

    There were three of them: a school teacher, a local business leader and the head of a Costa Mesa nonprofit. They were Ed Fawcett, president and chief executive of the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, who was speaking out as a private citizen; Crissy...
  • Sounding Off: Mexican president casts stone in the U.S.

    President Obama recently invited Felipe Calderon, Mexico's president, to address a joint session of our Congress. During this speech he lambasted Arizona's recently enacted anti-illegal immigration law as being racist and unfair. I don't know about you,...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: View, food worth a visit to Las Brisas

    The Gossiping Gourmet: View, food worth a visit to Las Brisas
    Any restaurant perched on a cliff overlooking the Pacific, serving margaritas and nachos, is likely to be a gold mine no matter what the food is like, but to have a spectacular location and to offer excellent food as well is a rarity. We had not dined...
  • Living on with 'Rule'

    Juan Garcia is an illegal immigrant from Mexico, but he doesn't concern himself with the Costa Mesa City Council's "Rule of Law" proclamation, which symbolically opposes people like him who live and work in the city. He is not alone. Nearly a dozen...
  • Greer's OC: A mix of food, sound and shopping

    Looking for a youthful and vibrant night out in Huntington Beach? Shorebreak Hotel is spicing up Orange County's evenings with the "Culinary Sound" event series booked every other Wednesday from 6:30 to 11 p.m., with the next one April 20 at Zimzala...