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  • Working hard, one car at a time

    Working hard, one car at a time
    COSTA MESA — He's come a long way from Tehran, literally and figuratively. But after living in California for slightly more than a decade, Hamid Afrasibi has finally found the American Dream inside the Costa Mesa Auto Dismantlers on Placentia...
  • City considers federal E-verify tool

    COSTA MESA — City administrators were directed Tuesday to provide information about how the city could use E-Verify, the federal system that helps employers check the immigration status of perspective employees. The directive, discussed in a...
  • Letters from the Editor: Give us your political questions

    Letters from the Editor: Give us your political questions
    I feel like I am back in school doing homework. The subject: politics and politicians. I've spent the last two Thursday nights cramming for the upcoming Feet to the Fire Forum, a Newport-Mesa candidates' debate organized by Orange County media. My...
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt

    SPECIAL REPORT: Nguyen's address in doubt
    A candidate for state office may not have lived in the district he seeks to represent at the time he registered to vote, when he submitted his nomination papers, and when he voted there during the primary election, according to campaign finance and...
  • City Life: There's honesty and P.R. honesty

    Most public relations specialists will tell you that when a public figure is faced with the possibility of damaging information becoming public, the smart thing to do is break the news yourself. It's a process known as "getting in front of the story."...
  • Sounding Off: The 'Goat Hill' to 'City of the Arts'

    Has 10 years of bickering over the immigration issue paid off in Costa Mesa? Today, the city is a shining tower of right-wing conservatism and anti-immigration sentiment. While the rhetoric on immigration has grown larger over the years, Costa Mesa's...
  • Mansoor on track to capital

    COSTA MESA — Apparently bouyed by his hardline stances against illegal immigration, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor held a strong lead over his Democratic opponent, according to preliminary election results. A former Orange County Sheriff's deputy,...
  • Newport-Mesa voters stick with the familiar

    Newport-Mesa voters stick with the familiar
    In all but one case, voters in Newport Beach and Costa Mesa favored incumbents and well-known community leaders over a host of newcomers in elections for City Council and school board, according to final election results released Wednesday. In the...
  • World View: Feeling fully American after first-time vote

    Seventeen minutes. That's all it took for me to vote for the first time as an American. Tuesday night's visit to the polls was a first, too, in that I'd never voted for anything or any election associated with any of the three other countries whose...
  • Novice falls to bigger brand

    COSTA MESA — For a Vietnamese refugee with a rags-to-riches story, Phu Nguyen thought discussions of ethnicity and immigration would be on his side. He underestimated the power of the political message. In the safely Republican 68th Assembly...
  • Lobdell: Despite tragedy, it's not time to hate

    I wanted to hate Jose Luis Huerta Mundo, the self-employed landscaper accused of making an illegal turn on a blind corner of a steep Newport Beach hill that led to the death of cyclist Michael Nine. So I went to the Harbor Justice Center in Newport...
  • Lobdell: Leece is no traitor

    I don't buy that Wendy Leece — who practically bleeds red, white and blue elephants — is a traitor to the local Republican Party. The Costa Mesa councilwoman got sideways with GOP leaders last month for allegedly breaking a promise to get...