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  • Gore's son is charged with multiple drug counts in O.C.

    Gore's son is charged with multiple drug counts in O.C.
    The son of former Vice President Al Gore was charged Friday with illegally possessing marijuana and various prescription drugs after being pulled over July 4 in Mission Viejo for speeding at 100 mph in his Toyota Prius. Albert Arnold Gore III, 24, was...
  • Surveillance photos of alleged 'Chatty Bandit' released

    Surveillance photos of alleged 'Chatty Bandit' released
    Law enforcement officers today were searching for a man they say has robbed three South Orange County banks in the last month. The Orange County Sheriff's Department today released bank surveillance photographs of a suspect dubbed the "Chatty Bandit,"...
  • Silverado Canyon at fire's edge

    Silverado Canyon at fire's edge
    As authorities pleaded today with the public to identify the driver of a white Ford pickup truck seen near the origin of the 27,600-acre Santiago fire, 100-foot-tall flames burned into the eastern section of Silverado Canyon on Friday, moving...
  • Census portrays more of a melting pot in Southern California

    Census portrays more of a melting pot in Southern California
    The integration of Southern California's suburban communities continued apace into the second half of the decade, driven by steadily growing numbers of Latinos and Asians moving into middle-class neighborhoods, according to detailed census data released...
  • Contract killing

    Which of the following news stories do you find most heinous? 1) Mission Viejo City Council is on the verge of deciding that all companies contracting with the city must verify their workers' legal immigration status through a federal database, or no...
  • Letters to the editor

    Torture is torture Re “Files detail CIA tactics on captives,” April 17 Just because torture was legal in Nazi Germany did not make it right. Nor did it protect Nazi war criminals from prosecution at the Nuremberg trials. Just because some...
  • Masseuse Accused of Molesting Three Women

    Masseuse Accused of Molesting Three Women
    SANTA ANA -- A masseuse is facing a misdemeanor sexual battery charge for inappropriately touching a client during a massage. He is also linked to two other assault cases and investigators believe there may be more victims. Joshua Lewis, 34, is...
  • Accused "Blue Note Bandit" Pleads Not Guilty to 14 Robberies

    Accused "Blue Note Bandit" Pleads Not Guilty to 14 Robberies
    LAGUNA NIGUEL -- An Orange County man dubbed the "Blue Note Bandit" by authorities pleaded not guilty Monday to robbing 14 grocery store bank branches in about 2 months. If convicted on all counts, 50-year-old David Camp faces 18 years in prison. Camp...
  • Fondue With Holiday Leftovers by Simply Fondue

    Open for dinner daily. Simply Fondue has two Orange County locations: 28719 Los Alisos Blvd., Mission Viejo (949) 707-5200 and 31761 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano (949) 240-0300. www.simplyfondueoc.com Sunday Family Fondue Night Kids eat...
  • Police: Woman Viciously Attacked Twice by Same Man

    Police: Woman Viciously Attacked Twice by Same Man
    MISSION VIEJO- A woman who was the victim of an assault and robbery weeks ago was hospitalized Monday after being attacked again by the same man who is believed to be her ex-boyfriend, police say. Orange County Sheriff's deputies responded to an...
  • Search Continues for Man who May have Fallen Overboard

    Search Continues for Man who May have Fallen Overboard
    The Coast Guard is searching the waters off Southern California for a man who may have fallen overboard from the Catalina Express ferry. Authorities say 58-year-old Richard Kemp of Mission Viejo boarded the ferry yesterday morning in Dana Point but...
  • Man Sues After Finding Condom in Soup

    Man Sues After Finding Condom in Soup
    A 50-year-old California man says he ordered French onion soup and bit into a condom instead of melted cheese. Zdenek Philip Hodousek of Mission Viejo sued a local Claim Jumper restaurant Tuesday in Orange County Superior Court. He is seeking unspecified...