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  • Briefly In Public Safety: Diver dies at Giggle Crack

    A diver who was pulled into the Giggle Crack rock formation off Fisherman's Cove in north Laguna on Sunday afternoon died after efforts to resuscitate him failed, according to Laguna Beach police. The diver, identified as Kenny Lee, 41, of Irvine, had...
  • Our Laguna: Hats off to supporters of Laguna Beach Library

    The "Ladies Who Lunch and Read" topped off the annual Friends of the Laguna Beach Library fundraiser Tuesday at Sapphire with awards for the prettiest hats worn by supporters. Kathleen Lechner won first prize. She wore one of her mother's hats in...
  • Film festival may take legal action against actor

    Organizers of the Newport Beach Film Festival are considering legal action against actor/comedian Andy Dick for his reportedly outlandish behavior at the Newport Beach Film Festival last month, RadarOnline.com reported. According to the celebrity...
  • Wrongful death lawsuit dropped

    COSTA MESA — A federal wrongful death lawsuit filed against a Costa Mesa police officer involved in an off-duty shooting in Temecula three years ago has been dropped, court records show. The family of Shaun Vilan agreed to settle their wrongful...
  • Man Sentenced to Jail For Dumping, Burning Girlfriend's Body

    Man Sentenced to Jail For Dumping, Burning Girlfriend's Body
    MURRIETA (KTLA) -- A Murrieta man has been sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for killing his girlfriend then dumping and burning her body. Melvin Louis Shaw, 45, was sentenced Friday in the 2007 death of Elisa Marie Lopez, 41. Her body was found...
  • 'Damngorgeous: Millard Sheets and His Southern California Legacy' at Oceanside Museum of Art

    'Damngorgeous: Millard Sheets and His Southern California Legacy' at Oceanside Museum of Art
    Millard Sheets was an artist, so it's somewhat ironic to wish that an exhibition dedicated to the man focused a little less on his art. There are a handful of gems among the 40-plus watercolors, oils, drawings and prints on view at the Oceanside Museum of...
  • Freemasons in midst of popularity, membership boom

    Freemasons in midst of popularity, membership boom
    IN LOS FELIZ, across from a 7-Eleven on North Vermont Avenue, a few dozen men in their early 20s to late 80s share a dinner behind closed doors. Some wear full tuxedos with bow ties and jeweled cuff links, some have shoulder-length hair, and others wear...
  • Restoration by Heart treats damaged art on paper tenderly

    Restoration by Heart treats damaged art on paper tenderly
    The words "art restorer" provoke visions of dormer-windowed studios, of flaking oil paintings in Rococo frames, of landscapes emerging from beneath layers of ancient grime. It's startling, then, to enter Gustavo Perez's workshops — a cluster of...
  • Army National Guard Sgt. 1st Class Rudy Salcido, 31, La Puente; killed by roadside bomb

    Years before he was sent off to fight — and die — in a real war, Rudy Salcido waged makebelieve battles in the wilds of Azusa Canyon. With his kid sister in tow, the adventurous La Puente teenager forded streams, explored caves and even...
  • Military deaths

    The Defense Department last week identified the following American military personnel killed in Afghanistan and Iraq or who died at a military hospital of their injuries: Durrell L. Bennett, 22, of Spanaway, Wash.; specialist, Army. Bennett was one of...
  • Intrepid Steadfast custom wants to be seen, heard, touched, felt

    Intrepid Steadfast custom wants to be seen, heard, touched, felt
    At first glance, Intrepid Cycles' 2007 Steadfast looks like most other high-end hooligan customs. The ProStreet Softail has the bee-stung back tire and taffy-pulled frame, the Baker transmission and Rivera primary drive, the check-me-out paint job and...
  • Crash thrusts Metrolink chief into the unwelcome limelight

    Crash thrusts Metrolink chief into the unwelcome limelight
    He is one of those well-paid technocrats who makes sure things run smoothly, someone few people have heard of but so many depend on. Then something happens, and that cloak of invisibility disappears. For David R. Solow, that moment occurred Sept. 12,...