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Local girls come together to compete for Huntington Beach in USA Water Polo Junior Olympics

Costa Mesa and Newport Beach

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Paraplegic man and fiancee announce pregnancy with ‘It still works!’
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Paraplegic man and fiancee announce pregnancy with ‘It still works!’

A monkey in a shearling coat gazing pensively out an Ikea window. A mom in a Chewbacca mask laughing hysterically. Now you can add this to the list of magical moments that have gone viral: A Northwood High School graduate and her fiancé, super-stoked that “It still works!” To announce they are...

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Fountain Valley gets one shut-down well back online

One of Fountain Valley’s disabled groundwater wells is back up and running. Contract workers completed repairs on the well at Warner Avenue and Newhope Street on Wednesday, said city Public Works director Mark Lewis. The well went offline in June after developing pumping issues. The city now has...

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Laguna looks for ways to save its ailing 135-year-old pepper tree at City Hall

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'Fun Home,' the Tony-winning musical based on a lesbian's memoir, comes to Segerstrom Center

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  • Man with gun robs McDonald's in Costa Mesa

    Man with gun robs McDonald's in Costa Mesa

    A man with a handgun robbed a McDonald’s in Costa Mesa on Tuesday afternoon, police said. Costa Mesa police responded to the restaurant in the 3000 block of South Bristol Street after the robbery was reported at 4:22 p.m., Lt. Greg Scott said. It wasn’t clear what was taken from the business. The...

  • Ex-Costa Mesa police officer receives 6-month jail sentence for insurance fraud

    A former Costa Mesa Police Department officer convicted earlier this year on felony charges of insurance fraud and making a fraudulent statement to obtain compensation was sentenced Monday to six months in county jail. Ryan Patrick Natividad, 32, of Corona also received three years formal probation...

  • Indecent exposure charges dismissed in case of former Laguna rug store manager

    Indecent exposure charges dismissed in case of former Laguna rug store manager

    Two charges of indecent exposure against a former Laguna Beach rug store manager accused of multiple sex crimes against women will be dismissed, an Orange County Superior Court judge ruled Friday in a Santa Ana courtroom. Senior Deputy Dist. Atty. Beth Costello requested Judge John Conley drop...

  • New contract would give Costa Mesa's fire chiefs raises but they'd pay more toward retirement

    New contract would give Costa Mesa's fire chiefs raises but they'd pay more toward retirement

    With virtually no discussion, the Costa Mesa City Council moved forward this week with a proposed new contract for high-level fire employees that would provide pay raises while requiring them to contribute more toward their retirement. On a 3-2 vote Tuesday, with members Allan Mansoor and Jim Righeimer...

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