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  • Court agrees to hear fairgrounds appeal

    The temporary restraining order issued to block California from selling the Orange County Fairgrounds will remain in effect until Jan. 10, said a lawyer representing the sale's opponents. The state Court of Appeal agreed to hear the case that seeks to...
  • Parole for dentist denied

    Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has rejected parole for a Costa Mesa dentist who killed three people in his chair from 1983 to 1984, in spite of opinions from a panel of appellate court judges and a state parole board that the convict should be released. On...
  • Lawyer: Convicted dentist not a threat

    The attorney for a Costa Mesa dentist convicted of killing three people in his dentist chair more than 20 years ago expressed confidence Thursday that he can win his client's freedom even after the governor rejected a parole bid earlier this month....
  • Comments & Curiosities: Is it fair for me to know so much?

    It is done. You made it. I am so proud of you. Another round of holiday-induced rapture has come to a close. Was everything picture-perfect? I knew it would be. And now it is time to move on, start over and get on with it with a new year, a new day, a...
  • Longtime Pilot columnist Joseph Bell retires

    Longtime Pilot columnist Joseph Bell retires
    NEWPORT BEACH — After nearly 20 years as a mainstay of the Daily Pilot and a long career as a freelance writer and journalism educator, columnist Joseph N. Bell is retiring. Thursday's "The Bell Curve" column will be his last. "When a time for...
  • Gov. Brown to review fairgrounds case

    COSTA MESA — The state department in charge of selling the Orange County Fairgrounds has asked an appellate court to reschedule a Feb. 8 lawsuit hearing to give Gov. Jerry Brown time to review the case. Brown took office Monday. His predecessor,...
  • OCPAC renamed Segerstrom Center for the Arts

    OCPAC renamed Segerstrom Center for the Arts
    COSTA MESA — The Orange County Performing Arts Center is no more. From now on, it's the Segerstrom Center for the Arts and bears the name of the family that made it one of America's most respected performing arts venues. The announcement was...
  • Mansoor seeks limiting pardoning power

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) wants to limit the governor's power to pardon. Mansoor, who represents the Costa Mesa-area 68th District, introduced constitutional amendments that would, if passed by voters, require the governor to give a 30-day...
  • Council approves $3 fee increase

    Irvine City Council members last week unanimously approved a $3 fee increase for parking violations, which takes effectively immediately, according to a city spokesperson. The increase will offset the same amount passed to the city from the state...
  • The Crowd: Notables pay tribute to Segerstroms

    The story made front-page news in The Pilot last week. Other media outlets also picked it up. On the occasion of the 25th anniversary for The Orange County Performing Arts Center its board voted to rename the facility The Segerstrom Center for the Arts....
  • Reel Critics: 'Conan' is truly barbaric, violent

    The remake of "Conan the Barbarian" is exactly what you would expect. It's a "Sword and Sorcery" blood feud of nonstop ancient battle scenes. This film takes no prisoners and carves up every enemy warrior in sight. It features all the realistic...
  • Fair Board proposes revenue-sharing deal

    COSTA MESA — With one deal to buy the Orange County Fairgrounds held up in court, the Fair Board announced at its Thursday meeting that it would pitch a revenue-sharing deal to Gov. Jerry Brown, which would keep the property in public hands....