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  • Man charged with stealing more than $280K from elderly woman

    A Costa Mesa man is set to be arraigned Thursday on charges that he stole more than $280,000 from an elderly Newport Beach woman suffering from dementia. Newport Beach police arrested John Thomas Windsor, 41, on Wednesday. Authorities charged him with...
  • Sounding Off: Reinventing the light bulb

    When you read that, starting Jan. 1, the 100-watt bulb is fading away due to its inefficiencies, you may think, "There they go again. Now Congress wants to dictate which light bulb I can use." The answer is yes and no. In 2007, President George W....
  • Corona del Mar Today: AERIE project back on Coastal Commission agenda

    The AERIE project — denied Coastal Commission approval last spring — has been revised and reduced and will go back before the agency in March. The Coastal Commission's agenda lists the project on the March 9 agenda for a meeting in Santa...
  • Barrett-Jackson car show Sunday

    COSTA MESA — Classic British cars dating to the 1930s, including models from automakers Rolls-Royce, Aston Martin and Bentley, will take over the parking lot Sunday at South Coast Plaza for the Barrett-Jackson British Classic Car Show. Vintage...
  • World View: Successful immigrant achieves American Dream

    I've accumulated thousands of business cards throughout my career, but few stand out quite like the one belonging to Surat Singh Randhawa. The card of the Costa Mesa resident and small-business owner is a 2-inch-tall by about 3.5-inch-wide résumé. It...
  • It's A Gray Area: Let parents make best school choices

    One simple question should resolve the "school choice" issue for most thoughtful people: "Who is in a better position to decide how and where children can best be educated: their parents or the government?" The answer should be transparent, so why not...
  • Festival fades out with 'Beginner's Guide'

    NEWPORT BEACH — The 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival concludes Thursday night with "A Beginner's Guide to Endings," a dark comedy about making the most of the time you have left in life, at the Regency Lido Theatre. The closing night gala, hosted...
  • New market aims to attract OC clientele

    COSTA MESA — Behind the re-furbished barn doors and beyond the desert plant-cultured courtyard is a new kind of market in Orange County. There are glass-encased boutiques housing bohemian-style clothing, one-of-a-kind crafts and an olive-oil...
  • 100 reasons to celebrate

    100 reasons to celebrate
    COSTA MESA — When 100-year-old Irene Hetzel was a girl in Beaumont, she lived too far to walk the three miles to school, and her family didn't have a car. Instead, she and her brother had to find alternative transportation. "I had to come in a...
  • Packages stolen off Newport doorsteps

    NEWPORT BEACH — The Grinch who tried to steal Christmas has been arrested, Newport Beach police announced Thursday. After receiving complaints from residents that their holiday packages delivered to their doorsteps were being stolen in recent...
  • Advocating for public transit

    For UC Irvine graduate student David Weinreich, not driving in Irvine has always been a no-brainer. Weinreich must rely on a bike or a bus to get from A to B instead of driving himself. He cannot get behind the wheel, as he is an epileptic and could have...
  • Police: Man heard bag being stolen

    Police: Man heard bag being stolen
    In some cases, it's a good thing when the squeaky wheel doesn't get the grease. Take Saturday, for example, when a Newport Beach man realized someone was stealing his bag full of hockey equipment because he heard the bag's distinct noise as they...