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‘Are you sitting down?’ Linda O’Keefe’s sister learns of arrest in 11-year-old’s 1973 killing

Cindy Borgeson was eating a cheeseburger at In-N-Out when she got a call from Newport Beach police that she thought would never come. A suspect had been arrested in connection with the 1973 killing of her sister Linda Ann O'Keefe.

At Laguna art college’s ‘Fab Lab,’ the future of 3-D design is now

Laguna College of Art + Design's new Fabrication Laboratory, or “Fab Lab,” is now running full steam, with two 3-D printers, a 3-D scanner, a vacuum former, a laser cutter and more that students can use to bring their 3-D computer designs to life.

Slain Newport Beach parents were concerned about behavior of son now accused of killing them, investigator they hired says

Before a Newport Beach couple were found slain in their home last week, they became concerned about increasingly erratic behavior by the son who is now charged in their deaths, and they hired someone to investigate him, according to the private investigator on the case.

Costa Mesa pulls in over $250,000 in donations for additional features in new Lions Park library

With the grand opening of a new library in Costa Mesa’s Lions Park just around the corner, city officials this week officially booked more than $250,000 in donations that will help bankroll additional features for patrons of all ages.

‘We look up instead of looking at each other:’ Gloria Steinem addresses audience at Bowers Museum

Gloria Steinem addressed the need for altered gender roles among other topics at “An Evening With Gloria Steinem,” an event put on by OC Public Libraries at the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana.