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  • Venezia: Proposition would impact many Newport homeowners

    With the 2016 elections around the corner, all kinds of state initiative supporters are busy gathering the 585,880 valid registered voter signatures required to qualify for the ballot by March 21.
  • Voice of the migrant worker, Frank Forbath, dies

    Frank Paul Forbath, a longtime Costa Mesa activist who co-founded the Share Our Selves nonprofit, has died. Forbath died Sept. 2 of cancer surrounded by family at his Mesa Verde home. He was 90. His family noted his years of fighting for social causes,...

    Apodaca: Educational equality has big economic component

    UC Irvine professor Greg J. Duncan has devoted his career to answering some of the most critical questions facing our society today: • How greatly does poverty affect a child's future prospects? • To what extent does it influence educational...

    Commentary: Provide visiting nurses to at-risk young moms

    Mother's Day, the second Sunday in May, was formally established more than 100 years ago by Congress to recognize the important role mothers play in getting babies off to a good start in life. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, California's overall...

    Mailbag: It's time for police to wear video cameras

    Police officers have been under much public scrutiny after several deadly confrontations in communities around the country. One way to better monitor the behavior of officers is to have them wear body cameras. California Senate Bill 877 would...