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  • Drunk driver who hit teen outside school gets prison time

     
    An impaired Costa Mesa driver who struck a Newport Harbor High School student crossing the street outside the school was sentenced Friday to seven years in state prison. Marnie Jo Lippincott, 39, pleaded guilty in September in Orange County Superior......
  • Two charged in Huntington Beach cellphone slaying

     
    A 23-year-old Huntington Beach man could face life in prison if convicted of killing a man in an altercation that stemmed from an argument over a girlfriend and a stolen cellphone....
  • UFC fighter Ian Gregory McCall arrested by Laguna Beach police

     
    A UFC fighter was arrested by Laguna Beach police on outstanding warrants last Tuesday. Ian Gregory McCall, 28, was arrested in Irvine by Laguna Beach detectives, Capt. Jason Kravetz said in an email. "They had been watching McCall as part......
  • Suspect in Costa Mesa slaying is called armed and dangerous

     
    Costa Mesa police are searching for a suspect they say stabbed a man to death Tuesday morning in an apparent dispute. Adolph Mireles, 38, of Huntington Beach is suspected of killing a 43-year-old Long Beach man about 6 a.m. in......
  • Oceanside police chief's wife gets 15 years for O.C. standoff

     
    The wife of the Oceanside police chief was sentenced to 15 years in state prison Friday for shooting at officers during a 2010 standoff outside her Orange County home. Brinda Sue McCoy, 49, was convicted in June on five felony......
  • MMA fighter Jason 'Mayhem' Miller charged in naked church incident

     
    Mixed martial arts fighter and reality TV shot host Jason "Mayhem" Miller has been charged with misdemeanor vandalism after an August incident where he allegedly broke into an Orange County church and was found dozing naked on a couch....
  • Anaheim intends to fight council district lawsuit

     
    Anaheim intends to fight a civil rights lawsuit filed by community activists and the American Civil Liberties Union that alleges the city's voting system is unfair to Latino residents. Anaheim is a majority Latino city, though it has had few......
  • Anaheim candidate can keep Latino name on ballot, judge rules

     
    A judge ruled Tuesday that a man running for Anaheim City Council could keep his full name, Steven Albert Chavez Lodge, on the ballot, but he would have to remove the designation of retired police officer....
  • Following drug arrest, Nadia Lockyer wins right to visit son

     
    Nadia Lockyer, the former Bay Area supervisor and estranged wife of California's state treasurer, will be allowed to visit her 9-year-old following her drug arrest in Orange County last month. An Orange County Superior Court judge granted Lockyer...
  • Irvine parents plead not guilty to planting drugs on PTA leader

     
    The Irvine parents accused of planting drugs in the car of a PTA president and school volunteer -- who they believed had treated their son poorly -- pleaded not guilty Monday to charges related to conspiracy and false imprisonment....
  • Ex-U.S. swim coach ignored misconduct allegations, suit says

     
    Mark Schubert: A former U.S. Olympic swimming coach ignored sexually inappropriate behavior between two of his co-workers and young athletes, according to a suit expected to be filed in Orange County Superior Court Monday....