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  • Comments & Curiosities: Is it fair for me to know so much?

    It is done. You made it. I am so proud of you. Another round of holiday-induced rapture has come to a close. Was everything picture-perfect? I knew it would be. And now it is time to move on, start over and get on with it with a new year, a new day, a...
  • Lobdell: Chief's expense reports offer clues

    I've been looking through the expense reports of Costa Mesa Police Chief Christopher Shawkey and Capt. Ron Smith, searching for clues as to why they were unexpectedly put on administrative leave in November. After poring through more than 200 pages of...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Update that wardrobe for the new year

    Save up to 80% off women's designer apparel at Michael Nusskern's annual Tent Sale, open through Monday at 1630 San Miguel Drive, No. B, Newport Beach. Labels include Geren Ford, Transit and Cop-Copine, among many others. Call (949) 759-5500. While on...
  • Newport's hot for (new) fire engines

    It's out with the old and in with the new in 2011 for the Newport Beach Fire Department. The department recently put two new Pierce fire engines into frontline service, replacing two older models that had been at work for about 10 years. The new rigs...
  • 2 arrested at weekend DUI checkpoint

    Two people were arrested and five cars were towed at a weekend DUI checkpoint in Costa Mesa, police said Tuesday. Police stopped 778 of 1,005 vehicles that went through the stop at 17th Street and Raymond Avenue on Friday night. Officers...
  • City Life: Consider a bridge loans

    When we bought our condominium in 1987, I took some advice that served me well 15 years later. The mortgage broker who handled the purchase of our condominium, the first real estate purchase for my wife and me, said, "You are both employed at good jobs...
  • Nearly $700K in jewels stolen from Newport home

    Newport Beach police are looking for a thief who stole nearly $700,000 in women's jewelry from a home in a gated community. On Tuesday, a woman in her 40s noticed that her diamond necklaces, bracelets and earrings had been removed from her closet,...
  • Reel Critics: All the green spent on 'Hornet' can't save it

    It's only January, but one of the worst big-budget films of this year is already in theaters. The decision makers at Sony were surely hoping that "The Green Hornet" would be a new comic book franchise in the "Spiderman" mold. Their expensive effort...
  • D.A.: Past actions hurt Hubbard's claims

    LOS ANGELES — On April 4, 2006, then-Beverly Hills Unified School District Supt. Jeffrey Hubbard rode to a Sacramento airport with school board member Myra Lurie and the district's facilities director, Karen Anne Christiansen. During the car ride,...
  • Lobdell: Coverage of accident has been fair

    The absolute worst part of a reporter's life? Being sent to interview friends and relatives of someone who just died — usually in accidents or by the hands of others. My heart would pound as I knocked on the front door of a family whose father or...
  • It's A Gray Area: Honest appraisals in our times of need

    Recently I heard KFI AM's Bill Handel say that Southern California Edison is attempting to increase its rates by 7% so that, among other things, it can cover the economic losses sustained by the pension plans of its retirees. Now wait a minute! Almost...
  • Man arrested on suspicion of stealing car from garage

    Police said they don't have a problem with people driving cars meant to get someone from Point A to Point B, as long as the car belongs to them. But that's where authorities believe there's a problem with Andre Priest Holmes from Orange. According to...