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  • Briefs: UCI picked eighth

    UC Irvine has been picked to finish eighth in the nine-team Mountain Pacific Sports Federation preseason coaches poll for men's water polo. The Anteaters, coming off a 14-12 season that included an 0-8 record in the MPSF, received 12 points, one better...
  • Commentary: Legislature is working to bypass voters

    Imagine one day you open your mail only to discover a letter notifying you of a new loan taken out in your name without your knowledge. The letter informs you that you will have no say in how the loan money is spent, though it might benefit you in some...
  • Mailbag: Costa Mesa has forgotten its core strengths

    Re. "Police: Politics harming recruitment," (Aug. 9): Wow, this is reasonably upsetting, especially since Cost Mesa has so much potential to earn funds to pay for its employees and bring the community together at the same time. Costa Mesa is one of the...
  • New law moves charter votes to November

    A state Senate bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday delays when Costa Mesa residents will vote on the charter being drafted by the city's committee. SB 311, introduced by Sen. Alex Padilla (D-Pacoima), mandates that city charters be voted on...
  • Women's Volleyball Preview: UCI aiming at relevance

    Women's Volleyball Preview: UCI aiming at relevance
    Paula Weishoff is taking on double duty again this season, not only coaching the UC Irvine women's volleyball team, but also serving as the program's tour guide back to relevance. After a 22-8 campaign in her first season at the Anteaters' helm in 2009,...
  • It's A Gray Area: Drug policy easing is victory for liberty

    With the recent statement by Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. that the federal government will not prosecute people for marijuana offenses as long as they are acting within the laws of their states, it is simply a question of time before the entire "war...
  • Gamebusters and Gamestoppers

    (Plays of 30 yards or more) 42 – Quest Truxton (Newport Harbor) kickoff return 41 – Quest Truxton (Newport Harbor) kickoff return 33 – Quest Truxton (Newport Harbor) touchdown pass from Cole Norris 42 – Cole Martin (Corona...
  • Newport moves forward with trash outsourcing

    The Newport Beach City Council directed city staff about 11:20 p.m. Tuesday night to move forward with negotiating a contract to outsource the city's trash service. A roughly two-hour discussion before the 4-3 vote highlighted two main opposing...
  • Sports stadiums or theater?

    After more than an hour of heated debate Tuesday night, Newport-Mesa school officials failed to decide how to allocate $15.8 million of one-time facilities money among the district's high schools. The Newport-Mesa Unified School District board of...
  • Commentary: A lesson on important figures from the past

    Usually when reading letters that I don't agree with, I just let them slide and do not give them much thought. However, when one is personally attacked, then a response is in order. Recently, I wrote a piece (Mailbag: "

    Dozens rally in support of police

    Dozens rally in support of police
    At least 60 people rallied outside Costa Mesa City Hall on Tuesday night, holding signs that read "Crime is up. Got cops?" and "Support police, not political agendas." The rally, organized by the grass-roots group Costa Mesans for Responsible...
  • Businessman to run for Newport council

    Businessman to run for Newport council
    Balboa Peninsula resident Mike Glenn announced Tuesday that he intends to run for Newport Beach City Council in District 1 next year. Prompted by the recent debate over whether Newport Beach should outsource its trash services to a private company,...