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Suicide

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Top Suicide Articles

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  • Coroner: Professor's death a suicide

    The case of Newport Beach resident who fell to her death in Irvine has been ruled a suicide, the county coroner's office said Wednesday. Mary "Katherine" Baird Darmer, who taught at Chapman University School of Law in Orange, fell from a parking...
  • Prosecutor: Dad tried to burn down son's school

    Prosecutor: Dad tried to burn down son's school
    A UC Irvine professor whose son committed suicide faces arson charges for allegedly trying to set a series of fires at a high school, park and home, prosecutors said Tuesday. Rainer Reinscheid, 48, of Irvine allegedly used newspapers, fireplace logs...
  • UCI professor planned to gun down 200 students, emails show

    A UC Irvine professor accused in a series of arson fires following his son's suicide wrote in emails that he was thinking about getting a dozen machine guns and shooting at least 200 students at his son’s high school before killing himself. Upset...
  • Police: Missing woman may have committed suicide

    Police have determined that a Long Beach woman whose body was discovered in the trunk of her car in Irvine may have committed suicide, police said. Anna Oung, 31, suffered from postpartum psychosis after giving birth to her first child three months ago,...
  • On Theater: 'Absurd Person' a singular laugh fest

    Alan Ayckbourn often has been termed the British Neil Simon due to his prodigious output of plays in a quirky comical vein. South Coast Repertory has yet to mount a Simon show, but has produced myriad Ayckbourn offerings and is quite familiar with the...
  • Inmate facing execution in O.C. case commits suicide in San Quentin

    Inmate facing execution in O.C. case commits suicide in San Quentin
    An inmate sentenced to death hung himself in his cell at San Quentin State Prison over the weekend, officials announced on Tuesday. The inmate, James Lee Crummel, 68, is the 20th death row inmate to take his own life since California reinstated capital...
  • Coroner IDs man who killed himself during standoff

    Authorities Wednesday identified the man who died in an hours-long standoff with Newport Beach police. The Orange County coroner's office ruled the death of Terry Newhouse, 44, a suicide, according to Supervising Deputy Coroner Larry Esslinger....
  • Police, prosecution recognized for work [Updated]

    Police, prosecution recognized for work [Updated]
    The Newport Beach Police Department on Thursday honored its staff for devotion and heroism in the field and the Orange County district attorney's office for closing an unsolved murder case. At the annual Police Appreciation Breakfast, the top honor,...
  • A life lost, a city changed

    A life lost, a city changed
    It started March 1, 2011. The Costa Mesa City Council voted 4 to 1 to send out hundreds of notices to city workers telling them that in six months they would be replaced. For the council majority, the ball got rolling. They had taken their first step...
  • Mailbag: State needs to invest in community colleges

    After a trip to Sacramento to hear from our legislators on the state of California's fiscal health, it is clear that Sacramento is broken. The proposed state budget for next year will impose more deep cuts and mandate an increase in fees for our students....
  • Apodaca: Bullying comes to the foreground

    When I was in fourth grade, I slipped a note on my teacher's desk asking to speak with her about a girl who was bullying me. It wasn't physical bullying; it was the "mean girl" variety of cruel remarks, dirty looks and social exclusion. I was miserable....
  • Speaking out for those who can't

    Speaking out for those who can't
    A group of mostly San Clemente High School students received affirmative honks and the occasional "woo-hoo" late Friday afternoon in Laguna Beach as they protested bullying. Members of the Cool 2 Be Kind Club stood in a line along Coast Highway at...