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Many an inebriated college student may have thought about how good tacos wrapped in a Doritos shell would taste, but a prison inmate is suing Irvine-based Taco Bell, saying the idea for the fast-food hit was his. Gary Anthony Cole, 49, filed a federal...
Facing dwindling mail volume, seven post offices in Orange County are shrinking their hours of operation starting April 1. The Costa Mesa Post Office at 1590 Adams Ave., the Irvine Harvest Station at 17192 Murphy Ave. and the Irvine Post Office at...
Tuesday's Irvine City Council meeting was marked with an introductory moment of silence in memory of Keith Lawrence and Monica Quan, as well as two law enforcement officials who allegedly fell prey to former cop Christopher Dorner. Mayor Steven S....
Hundreds of Orange County business leaders voted Friday on the United States' long-term options to reduce debt. From the Irvine Marriott's ballroom, UC Irvine Paul Merage School of Business Dean Andy Policano conducted an informal straw poll. A fair...
Ahoy! I am pleased to be arriving back to my home berth with my column after a couple years' absence from the Daily Pilot while I was writing for a neighboring newspaper. The year was 2001 when I began writing my nautical column for the Daily Pilot...
Editor's note: This column is the second in a series about Bradley Zint's participation in OC Can You Play With Us?, an initiative where he and other Orange County amateur musicians will play alongside the Pacific Symphony professionals. The columns...
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NEWPORT BEACH — Along with her regular catalogs, donation requests and bills, Heidi Patricola received a special delivery this week. A piece of mail sent from her Corona del Mar restaurant was returned — 21 years after it was mailed....
We cannot solve our nation's daunting problems with tedious repetition of half-truths, fabrications and discredited policies that held sway during a period of six years when Republicans had full control of both Congressional houses and the White House....
Ask 10 people to describe or define the word "business" and several of them are likely to have strong negative thoughts. Those perceptions have fogged the concept of running any city more like a business, which is an ongoing discussion topic in Costa...
COSTA MESA — Postal inspectors are looking for a father and son who used businesses they ran in Costa Mesa to allegedly bilk hundreds of investors out of more than $20 million. Robert Louis Carver, 56, formerly of Irvine, and Robert Louis Carver...
I was privileged on Feb. 18 to attend a celebration of how our system works, particularly when good people use it for the right purpose. Sometimes it takes time and patience, but eventually we get it right. The celebration took place at the federal...
Most people object to a long, tedious journey to get what they need done from government. Excessive regulation increases the costs of government and prolongs the review period. Effective, "Good to Great" restructuring going on at City Hall —...
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