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  • Driver in fatal accident had multiple tickets

    Driver in fatal accident had multiple tickets
    A Newport Beach motorist who received more than a dozen traffic tickets in the last five years allegedly hit a bicyclist with her car while driving drunk in Newport Coast Monday night, police said. Danae Marie Miller, 22, was booked on suspicion of gross...
  • Woman guilty of separate traffic violation

    A Newport Beach woman who could face possible vehicular manslaughter charges from a fatal crash earlier this week pleaded guilty Thursday to an unrelated traffic violation Thursday, her latest in a long string of tickets. Danae Marie Miller, 22,...
  • The Harbor Report: It's a busy race around the islands

    I will be aboard Glenn Highland's yacht, the Bien Roulee, on Friday morning, powering up to sail to Los Angeles Harbor for the start of March 4-5 Islands Race. The second-annual event is co-sponsored by the Newport Harbor and San Diego yacht clubs. The...
  • Girls are calling all cell phone donors

    Sunglasses, sunscreen, beach towel and swimsuit are the obvious beach essentials, but this summer, so are old cell phones. More than a dozen local sixth-grade girls are trying to give back to soldiers and Marines serving overseas by providing them with...
  • Mailbag: TSA is inadequate, but I'll keep flying

    Mr. Gray is absolutely correct when he says the TSA has stepped over the line and why don't they "privatize security screening" ("It's A Gray Area: Are TSA procedures really making us safer?" Dec. 12). He continues that if each airline were to adopt its...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Fire chief explains fire maps

    Newport Beach Fire Chief Scott Poster met with about 40 residents Wednesday evening, explaining the seemingly flip-flopping position that Corona del Mar has on state fire hazard maps. State law requires the Newport Beach City Council to adopt a Very High...
  • City Life: Administrators shouldn't travel when schools need pencils

    I recently reviewed five years of travel expenses for school Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard. Before revealing what I found, it is important you understand why I am qualified to pass judgment. Since 1983, I have attended, spoken, exhibited and organized dozens of...
  • Apodaca: U2 concert a lesson in 'loud and unruly' behavior

    Apodaca: U2 concert a lesson in 'loud and unruly' behavior
    I thought about Newport Beach's new "Loud and Unruly Gathering" ordinance when I attended a U2 concert at Angel Stadium last month. While a connection between the Irish rock band and Newport's effort to crack down on overly rowdy partiers seems unlikely,...
  • Three armed robberies reported

    Three people were robbed at gunpoint separately in the Newport-Mesa area Sunday night and Monday morning, police said. About midnight Sunday, a 30-year-old Costa Mesa man was walking in the 1700 block of Orange Avenue when two men approached him, said...
  • High Schools: Sailors victims of theft

    The Newport Harbor High football team lost more than a game at San Clemente on Friday night. After the Sailors suffered a 24-12 loss on the field, they walked to the visiting locker room to change and gather their belongings. Sam Bush, a left tackle,...
  • Mailbag: It's time oust to school board over 'scandal'

    I can see that we have reached a new set point in our tolerance of scandal. Buried within the unfolding story about new charges being brought against the superintendent of schools is a disclosure that another of Jeffrey Hubbard's appointees from his...
  • Police looking for cell phone store robbery suspects

    COSTA MESA — Police continued the search Monday for two men they say robbed a cell phone store at gunpoint. The men covered their faces with hooded sweatshirts when they robbed a Verizon Wireless store at 2300 Harbor Blvd. 9 a.m. Saturday, police...