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Transportation

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  • Former CdM cheer coach dies in car crash

    Former CdM cheer coach dies in car crash
    Former Corona del Mar High School cheerleading coach Wendy Rice was one of three people killed in a fiery car crash south of Bishop that left about a dozen other victims hospitalized, authorities said Tuesday. She was 35. About 8:24 p.m. Monday, a...
  • Six still in hospital after accident

    Six people remained in the hospital Wednesday — at least a few of them in critical condition — more than a day after a three-car crash south of Bishop killed three people, including a former Corona del Mar High School cheerleading coach....
  • Woman pleads guilty to fatal hit-and-run

    A Newport Beach woman faces four years behind bars after pleading guilty Friday to hitting and killing a man with her SUV, when he stepped off the curb onto Newport Boulevard at the 55 Freeway in Costa Mesa. Shana Lynne Calderon, 21, pleaded guilty to...
  • O.C. Bargainista: Enjoy 'Messiah' whether you sing or listen

    Freebie of the Week: Join the public in singing — or listening to — the free seventh annual sing-along of Handel's "Messiah" at 1 and 3:30 p.m. Sunday in the stately East Room of the Richard M. Nixon Library and Birthplace, 18001 Yorba Linda...
  • CdM Today: Christmas Walk fever hitting CdM residents

     Rick Allen of the popular band Pinch Me! has been planning for Christmas Walk for a long time. "It's the kick-off for the holidays," Allen said. "It gives us a chance to connect with our fans and to try out a few Christmas songs." While Pinch Me!...
  • Corona del Mar Today: Committee work begins with sharrows

    The first meeting of the Newport Beach Citizens Bicycle Safety Committee took place Monday afternoon, with members discussing their concerns and setting priorities — including adding sharrows in Corona del Mar, adding racks throughout the city...
  • Report: Beechcraft Musketeer ran out of fuel

    Report: Beechcraft Musketeer ran out of fuel
    Federal investigators found that the small plane that crashed in Newport Beach's Back Bay and killed three people in November ran out of fuel, confirming earlier speculation. The private pilot, who was flying home from a surf trip in Baja, refueled in...
  • JWA concessioner gets support

    The Orange County Airport Commission voted 4 to 0 Wednesday to recommend keeping its current concessioner at John Wayne Airport, but with new restaurants like a Ruby's Diner and Zov's Bistro. It also approved a new discount airline with service to...
  • Harbor Boulevard In-N-Out opens Friday

    COSTA MESA — The new In-N-Out Burger on Harbor Boulevard plans to fire up the grill Friday morning for customers who've been waiting for the fast-food joint to open. The doors open at 10 a.m., said Mike Bailey, director of real estate. Located...
  • Police: Suicidal man caused freeway closure

    After holding up freeway traffic for more than three hours in a drug-fueled delirium, a Norwalk man who threatened suicide off a freeway interchange was talked off the ledge and arrested, police said Thursday. Dat Truong, 46, was booked on suspicion of...
  • Greer's OC: New stores at The Strand

    The Strand in Huntington Beach just opened two new stores: Crocs and Varga, as well as Sertino's Café for traditional flatbread deli sandwiches, submarine sandwiches, grilled focaccia panini sandwiches, salads, soups and premium brewed coffees and...
  • All About Food: Younger Pearsons keeping it fresh

    All About Food: Younger Pearsons keeping it fresh
    On Coast Highway, tucked under the bridge that goes over the Back Bay is a little piece of Orange County history: a shack, floating on pontoons, where the Pearson family has been selling fish and seafood since 1970. It was then that Huntington Beach...