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  • 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...
  • In search of power (outlets)

    COSTA MESA — During Thursday morning's Bible study at Lighthouse Church, Danon Hellbusch sat on the floor between racks of free clothes, charging a slim red phone. The man, recently homeless and living in a cardboard box near the Department of...
  • Police arrest four on suspicion of possessing stolen property

    If you recently had a cell phone, laptop, iPod or GPS device stolen in Newport Beach or Costa Mesa and have the device's serial number, police say they just might have found your property. Saturday morning, Newport Beach police searched a home in the...
  • City Life: School board enhanced Hubbard's compensation mid-contract

    The trustees of the Newport-Mesa Unified School District could terminate the employment of Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard today, according to the terms of his four-year contract, which is the maximum length of a contract allowed under the education code. It would...
  • 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...
  • Let the games begin

    Let the games begin
    COSTA MESA — Red and black are the colors for Costa Mesa Pop Warner, so there was a lot of red on the field at Jim Scott Stadium on Saturday for the organization's opening day. This was true even before league president Steve Mensinger pulled...
  • NextG sues Newport Beach

    Wireless antenna company NextG Networks has filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Newport Beach to try and force the city to allow five of the company's antenna poles to stand on East Coast Highway. In the lawsuit filed last week in federal court...
  • Get The Ink Out: A two-week stay, then two hours away

    "Do you have note cards? A flash drive? Pencils? Socks? Enough blankets? Enough to eat?" All summer I have been plaguing my baby sister with questions about what she's taking to college. And just like that, I turned around and she was already off to...
  • 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...