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  • 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...
  • Trial starts for man accused of raping women

    Trial starts for man accused of raping women
    Opening statements were made Wednesday in the jury trial of a Costa Mesa man accused of raping two females, including a 17-year-old. Prosecutors say Jaime Zamora Ramirez, 42, raped the girl at his home in July 2009 after luring her there to pick up...
  • Taco eatery to open at The CAMP

    A gourmet taco eatery will be opening Thursday at The CAMP shopping complex in Costa Mesa. Taco Asylum will offer a selection of non-traditional tacos with an array of flavors from around the world, such as grilled Mediterranean-style octopus to a...
  • 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...
  • Mailbag: Police and politics in Costa Mesa

    The recent murder of Riverside Police Officer Ryan Bonaminio brings into sharp focus the dangers law enforcement officers deal with each and every day on the job as they protect and serve our communities. I won't begin to try to make sense of Officer...
  • Seeing art in the words around us

    What's in a word? More meanings than we might assume, if we consider the myriad ways in which artists in the California Biennial explore the use and misuse of words. The exhibition, at the Orange County Museum of Art through March 13, includes about a...
  • Community Commentary: Mansoor says farewell as mayor

    Community Commentary: Mansoor says farewell as mayor
    While I was a student at Estancia High School, I never expected that I would become mayor of Costa Mesa. It has been a great honor and a tremendous learning experience, and I am grateful that I was given the opportunity to serve my neighbors. I am...