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  • Tim Donnelly sees his business failure as asset in governor's race

    Tim Donnelly sees his business failure as asset in governor's race
    State Assemblyman Tim Donnelly was showing off his home, an unpretentious four-bedroom high in the mountains near Lake Arrowhead that, given his low-budget run for governor, doubles as a campaign office. He hurried past his son blasting away at animated...
  • UCI police seek attempted burglary suspect

    UCI police seek attempted burglary suspect
    A baby-faced attempted burglar tried to pry his way through a door to get into campus housing at UC Irvine last week, according to police. Campus police are now asking for help identifying the person they say took an unknown metal tool to a sliding...
  • College Roundup: OCC opens Super Regional with win

    BASEBALL Orange Coast 9, Allan Hancock 3 Cody Bruder went two for three with four runs batted in and two runs scored to help lead the Pirates to the win to open the best-of-three Super Regional Friday. Jake thumm went two for three with two runs and an...
  • Antarctic ice melts and California's response is ... a bullet train?

    Antarctic ice melts and California's response is ... a bullet train?
    You’ve been hearing it more often lately: Things are warming up faster than scientists had  predicted. Now, a study out of UC Irvine and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory ups the ante, saying that rapidly melting ice in Antarctica contains enough mass...
  • A new California trend -- prosecuting rap

     A new California trend -- prosecuting rap
    For 16 months, Bay Area rapper Deandre Mitchell — better known as Laz Tha Boy — has been sitting in a jail cell faced with a decision no artist should have to make: whether to defend his innocence at trial, knowing his music likely will be...
  • Costa Mesa recognizes its scholars

    Costa Mesa recognizes its scholars
    At the 35th annual Scholarship Recognition Breakfast on Friday morning in Costa Mesa, the student recipients' stories were varied, their successes exceptional. The banquet, hosted by the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce, took place at the Hilton Orange...
  • Biz News: An app for hailing a cab

    Hailing a taxi in Orange County just got a little easier. A taxi request app for smartphones, Flywheel, expanded service to some cities in Orange County, including Irvine, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach and Costa Mesa. The app allows users to call...
  • How an economics professor taught me a life-changing lesson -- in literature

     How an economics professor taught me a life-changing lesson -- in literature
    Every spring, during college graduation season, I think about a former professor who uttered two astonishing sentences that changed the course of my life. I was a disaffected student, attending community college because I didn't have the grades, the...
  • Fullerton wins in Coach Rick Vanderhook's return from suspension

    Fullerton wins in Coach Rick Vanderhook's return from suspension
    Rick Vanderhook was happy to be back in the dugout on Friday night. Cal State Fullerton’s baseball coach had been on paid administrative leave for the last month. But he was reinstated last week and in his first game back guided his team to a 9-...
  • College Roundup: UCI women finish third

    WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD Big West Conference Championships DAVIS — UC Irvine recorded the program's highest finish in 12 years Saturday. Coach Jeff Perkins' Anteaters totaled 83 points to place third behind UC Davis (194) and Cal State Northridge...
  • Three genetic parents -- for one healthy baby

     Three genetic parents -- for one healthy baby
    Since January, a new California law allows for a child to have more than two legal parents. But children are still limited to two genetic parents. That could change soon, if the Food and Drug Administration approves human clinical trials for a technique...
  • Sterlings serve up an opportunity to explore dementia

    Sterlings serve up an opportunity to explore dementia
    I 'm not entirely familiar with Shelly Sterling's background, but I don't believe she has any medical training. So when the co-owner of the Los Angeles Clippers said on national television that she thinks her husband, Donald, is suffering from "the...