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  • Man plows car into Starbucks, flees scene with child in his arms

    Man plows car into Starbucks, flees scene with child in his arms
    A man with a small child was apprehended by police Thursday night after he plowed his car into a Starbucks in Newport Beach and fled the scene with the youngster, according to television news footage. The man jumped out of the vehicle near Campus...
  • Man flees with child after crashing into Starbucks, police say

    Man flees with child after crashing into Starbucks, police say
    A 3-year-old passenger was hurt when the driver of an SUV crashed into a closed Starbucks in Newport Beach, authorities said Friday. Police said Johnny Martinez, 33, of Tustin rammed his vehicle into the coffee shop at Campus Drive and MacArthur...
  • L.A. councilman wants Wall Street banks to cut bond refinance fees

    A Los Angeles city councilman wants out of deals with two Wall Street banks he says are costing the city money. Councilman Paul Koretz introduced a motion Friday that calls on two banks to either renegotiate contracts with the city at no cost, or for...
  • Man who allegedly fled Starbucks crash with injured child is arrested

    Man who allegedly fled Starbucks crash with injured child is arrested
    A 3-year-old was recovering from injuries Friday and a 33-year-old man was under arrest after a late-night crash into a Starbucks in Newport Beach in which the driver allegedly grabbed the youngster from the wreckage and ran. Johnny Martinez was...
  • Herbert Hyman dies at 82; founder of Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf chain

    In 1968, decades before "latte" and "barista" became everyday terms, Herbert Hyman and his wife, Mona, opened a small store in the tony Westside district of Brentwood to sell coffee — not the tasteless grounds of uncertain provenance that...
  • Wildfire near Rancho Cucamonga more than two-thirds contained

    Wildfire near Rancho Cucamonga more than two-thirds contained
    Firefighters were dousing the smoldering remnants of the wildfire above Rancho Cucamonga on Saturday, with the blaze more than two-thirds contained. All evacuations were canceled as improved weather conditions enabled more than 800 firefighters to...
  • The men who will decide Donald Sterling's fate: NBA's other owners

    The men who will decide Donald Sterling's fate: NBA's other owners
    As part of the NBA's sweeping sanctions against Clippers owner Donald Sterling over his controversial racial remarks, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver is urging the league's other owners to push for the Clippers' sale. Silver said that if three-quarters...
  • Driver of Ferrari killed in crash with Hyundai

    The driver of a Ferrari was killed and his passenger was critically injured when the car was struck by a speeding Hyundai early Saturday in Monterey Park, police said. The Ferrari was traveling at an appropriate speed in a 35-mph zone, but the Hyundai...
  • 'Frozen' Beats 'Lion King's' Record of Most Weeks at No. 1 on U.S. Album Chart

    It's no fairy tale: Disney's "Frozen" has broken the record for the most number of weeks atop the U.S. album chart by the soundtrack for an animated picture. The album logged its 11th non-consecutive week at No. 1 with sales of 259,000 copies,...
  • One more cup of coffee a day could cut your risk of Type 2 diabetes

    One more cup of coffee a day could cut your risk of Type 2 diabetes
    Drinking more coffee may decrease your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a new study shows. Researchers from Harvard University found that people who increased their coffee consumption by at least one cup per day over a period of years were 11% less...
  • Arundel students get a taste of government

    Sitting front and center in the Arundel Center's County Council chambers, Camilla Shanley carefully refereed a debate over whether to bar cellphone towers at public schools. Playing the role of the council's chairwoman, the North County High School...