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  • Brown buoys team to victory

    NEWPORT BEACH — Maddy Brown had been sitting on the bench since the first set, soaking up the atmosphere of the girls' match at the 34th annual Dave Mohs Memorial Orange County High School Volleyball Games. Suddenly, on match point in the third...
  • Mailbag: Name press box for Roger Carlson

    As the longtime former publisher of the Daily Pilot, I would offer my full support of the naming of the press box at Davidson Field at Newport Harbor High School for former Sports Editor Roger Carlson. Roger was tireless in his commitment to reporting...
  • Costa Mesa police chief resigns in protest

    Costa Mesa police chief resigns in protest
    COSTA MESA — Publicly opposing a proposal to reduce the size of the city's Police Department, interim Police Chief Steve Staveley resigned in protest Monday. In an interview with the Daily Pilot and a memo widely circulated at City Hall, Staveley...
  • Mesa Musings: Losing Californians faster than we can grow them

    It's as passé as an old Mission Pak wrapper. I'm speaking of the late, great state of California. I'm a California native — I love the place — but the old gal isn't what she used to be. Mission Pak was a product of my youth, marketed by a...
  • A big-time fight night

    A big-time fight night
    COSTA MESA — Fight Club OC delivered a knockout performance in its debut Thursday night. Fans saw two fighters go down by knockout. The fighters failed to get up, but the fans at the OC Fair & Events Center rose to their feet and applauded....
  • Former police captain shows remorse in letter

    COSTA MESA — In a letter sent to Police Department employees Friday, retired Costa Mesa Police Capt. Ron Smith remorsefully accepted responsibility for being put on leave by the city. "I now recognize how my inattention and unexcused absence from...
  • Briefs

    Dent vs. Federer Former Corona del Mar High tennis standout Taylor Dent will play world No. 2 Roger Federer in a second-round match Thursday at the If Stockholm Open in Sweden. Dent, 29, is playing in his first tournament since making it to the Round of...
  • College Roundup

    MEN'S GOLF Saint Mary's Invitational MONTEREY BAY — UC Irvine freshman Allan Jun finished 22nd and the Anteaters tied for 12th as a team in the 54-hole event completed Tuesday on the Bayonet Course. Jun's 223 total was 21 shots behind medalist...
  • Mansoor on track to capital

    COSTA MESA — Apparently bouyed by his hardline stances against illegal immigration, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor held a strong lead over his Democratic opponent, according to preliminary election results. A former Orange County Sheriff's deputy,...
  • Novice falls to bigger brand

    COSTA MESA — For a Vietnamese refugee with a rags-to-riches story, Phu Nguyen thought discussions of ethnicity and immigration would be on his side. He underestimated the power of the political message. In the safely Republican 68th Assembly...
  • Caldwell chooses Loyola

    Cody Caldwell joked that he now owns a jacket after making a recent trip to Chicago. He will definitely need it and other layers of clothing next winter. Caldwell said he signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play volleyball at Loyola University Chicago...
  • Familiar face leads Dons past Pirates

    COSTA MESA — Santa Ana College freshman quarterback Andrew McDonald, a Newport Harbor High product, threw four touchdown passes and ran for another to lead the visiting Dons to a 41-20 come-from-behind win over Orange Coast in an East Division...