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  • Students get reality check

    Students get reality check
    Jordan Pickard spent time "in jail" on her 17th birthday. The Newport Harbor High School student participated in a mock drunk-driving crash staged Tuesday morning on campus in front of about 1,200 juniors and seniors. Her parents, Scott and Kim Pickard,...
  • Three lead police on chase after allegedly stealing tip money

    Editor's note: This corrects where the suspects were arrested. COSTA MESA — Police arrested three men Thursday afternoon after a chase involving a police helicopter, which started when the suspects allegedly stole money from a tip jar at a local...
  • International sales boost T3 Motion

    COSTA MESA — T3 Motion announced new sales of its single-rider, stand-up electric vehicles to police and private security clients in Mexico and other countries. Costa Mesa-based T3 Motion will ship $309,000 in T3 ESVs over the next several months...
  • Costa Mesa woman pleads guilty to 76 felonies

    A Costa Mesa woman who pleaded guilty to 76 felonies, including forgery and grand theft in a scheme to defraud banks, was sentenced Friday to jail time and formal probation, authorities said. While working as a desk manager at the Douglas Nissan...
  • Theodore Robins Ford celebrates 90 years

    Theodore Robins Ford celebrates 90 years
    COSTA MESA — Theodore "Bob" Robins Jr. bought his first car in the late 1940s from his father for $150. It was on the vintage side: a 1914 Model T. "I saw it and I thought, 'Gosh, wouldn't that be a neat automobile to drive around?'" Robins, now...
  • On Faith: Serving others can enrich your life

    I am constantly observing people in my life who are quietly and unobtrusively serving others without fame and notoriety. Shortly after our marriage, my wife Sheila introduced me to an Evangelical minister who had received a call by the spirit to "feed my...
  • Righeimer: Budget hinges on 'what if'

    Editor's note: This adds the last two paragraphs. COSTA MESA —The city has no plans to buy new vehicles during the next fiscal year, but as Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer sees it, Costa Mesa must replenish its fleet replacement fund even if that...
  • Board wants to keep cops in schools

    COSTA MESA — The school board voted this week to negotiate an agreement with the city of Costa Mesa to reassign sworn police officers at schools. But the city's budget difficulties leave up in the air the possibility of the city to continue...
  • Forecast: Only modest job growth for O.C.

    COSTA MESA — Orange County can expect mild job growth this year and next, according to Chapman University's mid-year economic forecast Thursday. Consumer spending should increase but struggles in the housing sector could continue to mean sluggish...
  • Lunch change makes wishes come true

    Lunch change makes wishes come true
    COSTA MESA — Suzy Hermes and her family were getting ready to go on a once-in-a-lifetime Disney cruise to the Bahamas through the Make-A-Wish Foundation when everything spun out of control. Her youngest daughter, who was getting her wish granted,...
  • The moose days of summer

    Baseball in Alaska seems to make as much sense as snowboarding in the Bahamas, but don't tell that to Tony Cappuccilli. Cappuccilli is the head coach of the Anchorage Bucs, a collegiate summer league team that plays in the Alaska Baseball League,...
  • Irvine slaying suspect to be arraigned Monday

    Irvine slaying suspect to be arraigned Monday
    A man charged with fatally shooting his estranged wife in Irvine is to be arraigned Monday, the Orange County district attorney's office said in a news release. John Rand Agosta, 35 of Anaheim, is accused of waiting for his estranged wife, Alejandra...