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Cell Phones

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  • Eyes on the road, or else

    Eyes on the road, or else
    It's time to put away those cell phones or risk getting a ticket. April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and the Costa Mesa and Newport Beach police departments are keeping an eye out for drivers who focus more on their cell phones than on the...
  • Smith: It's a patient's job to be informed too

    Concurrent with my duties as a weekly columnist for the Daily Pilot, I provide business development guidance to physicians and dentists. Since 1998, this work has taken me behind the scenes at countless medical and dental offices, clinics and hospitals....
  • 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...
  • Apodaca: A technological experiment in the classroom

    Many parents who once chided their kids to turn off their cell phones during family meals and other once-sacrosanct occasions have officially conceded defeat. More than that, they've become converts to the idea that constant access to mobile technology...
  • Police urge residents to register with AlertOC

    Costa Mesa police are urging residents interested in receiving countywide alerts to register cell phone and alternate phone numbers with the area's mass notification system. Residents registered with AlertOC will receive a test call from the system at 10...
  • Search grows for missing hikers

    Search grows for missing hikers
    TRABUCO CANYON — About 20 searchers were set to be deployed overnight Tuesday to continue looking for two missing hikers from Costa Mesa, after hundreds of friends and family had shown up throughout the day to help. Rescue workers from various...
  • Second missing hiker found

    Second missing hiker found
    TRABUCO CANYON — An 18-year-old Costa Mesa hiker who was missing for four nights was airlifted to an area hospital after a hiker discovered her Thursday morning, officials said. Kyndall Jack was found in a dense brushy area in Trabuco Canyon,...
  • Chef's personal info posted online in foie gras flap

    Chef's personal info posted online in foie gras flap
    A Laguna Beach chef says animal rights activists posted personal information — including his cell phone number and credit card transactions — online because he served foie gras. Activists hacked into the website of Hudson Valley Foie Gras,...
  • Smith: Cell phones, awards lead to narcissism

    Outside of a store in Costa Mesa a few days ago, I saw a young father waiting with his two little boys. The boys, about 4 and 6 years old, were horsing around while dad texted something on his phone. I've had a cell phone since 1993 and it is one of...
  • Pair charged in murder case

    An confrontation that ended in with a deadly shooting in Huntington Beach on Oct. 22 first started in Newport Beach over a girlfriend, according to prosecutors. Derek Christopher Adams, 22, and Marissa Star Bilotti, 19, both of Huntington Beach, are...
  • Two years for drug ring

    After he gets out of prison in two years, a Newport Beach man recently convicted for his part in an international drug-trafficking ring will serve five years' probation and be prohibited from getting any job with access to a wireless device, court records...
  • Cell towers get poor reception from community

     Cell towers get poor reception from community
    CRYSTAL COVE STATE PARK — He fought powerful interests: Caltrans, Orange County, the state parks system and the Irvine Co., all in the name of ocean views. Dale Ghere, then a high school biology teacher, spent the late 1990s eradicating a towering...