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  • Apodaca: Authorities must listen to and protect our children

    Once again, adults entrusted with the care of children have let them down. If you've been following the news lately, you've no doubt been horrified by accounts of a Los Angeles elementary school teacher who allegedly subjected students to lewd acts,...
  • Mailbag: Writers care about schools, differ on approach

    The Daily Pilot edition dated Feb. 8 offered an interesting contrast between two sincere advocates concerned with the Newport-Mesa Unified School District's successful accomplishment of its mission to properly educate and prepare its graduates to be all...
  • Teaching through art

    Teaching through art
    His career started in education teaching at a high school and Juvenile Hall. Then at Orange County Jail, he worked with minors being tried as adults. His mission eventually turned to stopping graffiti, which branched out to extolling the virtues of...
  • Police: Man implicates wife in burglaries

    A man arrested on suspicion of violating a restraining order implicated his wife in a series of burglaries in Costa Mesa, leading to her arrest, police said. On Sunday residents in the 2100 block of Santa Ana Avenue spotted a woman going in and out of...
  • The Crowd: Childhelp fundraiser nets $190,000

    The Crowd: Childhelp fundraiser nets $190,000
    The internationally known car auctioneer Barrett-Jackson teamed up with the Orange County Chapter of Childhelp on June 23 in Costa Mesa to produce a lively summer event billed as "Cowboys, Cars & Stars." Who could resist an invitation like that? The...
  • It's A Gray Area: Hall of Famers give back to younger players

    Thanks to Ron Yary, a former Outland Trophy winner at USC and Minnesota Vikings all-pro tackle, and Dr. Casey Cooper, a noted sports psychologist, the NFL and the Pro Football Hall of Fame have established the Legacy Leadership Program here in Orange...
  • Serial rapist committed to mental hospital

    An Orange County judge has ordered a convicted serial rapist committed to a mental hospital, possibly for life, after a jury found that he continues to be a threat to society even though he has completed his state prison term. On Monday, a jury...
  • Trial starts for man accused of assaulting Irvine woman

    Jury trial proceedings began Wednesday in the case against an Irvine man accused of breaking into a woman's home and sexually assaulting her while she lay in bed. Victor George Gillespie, 21, is charged with three felonies of sexual battery, burglary and...
  • My Pet World: Dogfighting 'game' raises serious ethical questions

    I'm a journalist and, of course, I believe in free speech. However, certain lines are drawn all the time. For example, I don't know of a video game or telephone app that teaches players how to abuse children. However, there's now what I believe to be...
  • The Crowd: Peeping out the newly re-opened Hotel Hanford

    The Crowd: Peeping out the newly re-opened Hotel Hanford
    Donald Sodaro, one of Newport Beach's leading community philanthropists, revealed a most unique and creative side of his multi-faceted personality at the re-opening of The Hotel Hanford, Costa Mesa. Sodaro and his wife DeeDee, of Lido Isle, have held...
  • Man accused of throwing son overboard pleads not guilty

    Man accused of throwing son overboard pleads not guilty
    An Irvine man accused of throwing his 7-year-old son overboard in Newport Harbor pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of felony child abuse and endangerment. Sloan Steven Briles, 35, also pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor charge of resisting an...
  • Murderer who ate body parts wants parole

    COSTA MESA — A former Costa Mesa resident who killed her husband and then cooked and ate parts of his body nearly 20 years ago is scheduled to appear before a parole board. Omaima Aree Nelson is seeking early release from her 27-years-to-life...