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  • It's A Gray Area: Interpreting the 14th Amendment

    Why are Arizona and an increasingly large number of other states taking their own action regarding illegal immigration? It results from the frustration of the federal government's inactivity. As was discussed in this column from July 22, 2007, Congress...
  • Pet Of The Week

    Pet Of The Week
    Phoenix The tiny microchip implanted under the skin of a white and orange kitten in 2006 helped reunite Community Animal Network with the now 5-year-old cat we call Phoenix since he was found in an Arizona animal shelter last week. Phoenix is being...
  • One harbor, two top-notch sailing powerhouses

    Editor's note: The writer of this piece is a parent of sailing team members. Finishing just a point behind the winner, the Newport Harbor High School Sailing Team placed 2nd in the Gold Fleet division in Pacific Coastal Interscholastic Sailing Assn.'s...
  • Lobdell: Who's to blame for Arizona shooting?

    Can you imagine our congressmen — John Campbell and Dana Rohrabacher — surrounded by bodyguards each time they make a public appearance in Newport-Mesa? Me neither. With 435 representatives and 100 senators, that would be quite an army...
  • The God Squad: A prayer for victims of Arizona shootings

    Dear God, we pray that you might receive in love the souls of those dear innocent people whom fate and fury took from their families and from our grieving country in Tucson, Ariz. We pray for Gabe Zimmerman, Phyllis Schneck, Christina Green, Dorothy...
  • Mailbag: Don't blame discourse for Arizona shooting

    Re: "Lobdell: 'Who's to blame for Arizona shooting?'" (Jan. 11): Kudos to William Lobdell's piece on who is to blame for the Arizona shooting. I am sick to death of the media and politicians' needs to politicize everything, particularly liberals trying to...
  • Police Capt. Smith retires

    COSTA MESA — A high-ranking police official who was placed on leave last year has retired after 31 years of service to the Costa Mesa Police Department. Capt. Ron Smith confirmed in a Friday interview that Monday was his last day. Feb. 5 would have...
  • On Faith: Pray for those who've hurt with words

    The old nursery rhyme is a lie: "Sticks and stones may break by my bones but words will never hurt me." We know the truth. More of us are hurt, wounded, maimed and killed by words than by sticks and stones. Words can kill. They can be just as lethal...
  • College Roundup

    MEN'S GOLF Anteater Invitational NEWPORT BEACH — UC Irvine is second in the team standings after the first 36 holes of the 54-hole event at Big Canyon Country Club. UCI is eight shots behind Arizona, which tops the 11-team field. Senior Bryan...
  • Fresh & Easy for residents

    COSTA MESA — A line of about 50 customers waited Wednesday for the grand opening of the first Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market in Costa Mesa. The crowd streamed in when the supermarket's doors opened a little past 10 a.m. The new store, whose...
  • Transient linked to cold case in Arizona

    A local transient has been linked through his DNA sample to an unsolved case in Arizona and faces extradition Thursday back to that state, authorities said in a news release. In September, police in Chandler, Ariz., reached out to Newport Beach police...
  • Jennifer Levitt Nevill

    Jennifer Levitt Nevill 1956-2011 Jennifer Nevill passed away on March 24th 2011 at the age of 54 at her home in Orange, California surrounded by her beloved family. Jennifer was born June 14th 1956 in Phoenix, Arizona to Neil and Marian Levitt.  Her...