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  • Rearview Mirror: OC Week in Review

    SUNDAY {06.28.15}Car nearly falls off Balboa ferry A car crashed through a barrier on a Balboa Island ferry and dangled from the back as the boat sailed in Newport Harbor. The man driving the Prius told the Orange County Sheriff's Department's Harbor...
  • Ex-Rohrabacher aide accused of embezzling campaign funds quits Newport finance committee

    Ex-Rohrabacher aide accused of embezzling campaign funds quits Newport finance committee
    A longtime Orange County Republican Party loyalist stepped down from the Newport Beach Finance Committee this week on the heels of allegations that he stole money from U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher while working as his campaign treasurer. Jack Wu was...
  • Rep. Rohrabacher accuses ex-campaign treasurer of embezzlement

    U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Costa Mesa) on Wednesday accused his former campaign treasurer of embezzling more than $170,000 in campaign funds. Rohrabacher, through his Sacramento-based attorney, contends that Jack Wu, a Newport Beach accountant,...
  • Rohrabacher accuses campaign treasurer of stealing $170,000

    Rohrabacher accuses campaign treasurer of stealing $170,000
    Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach) said Thursday that a former treasurer of his reelection committee had embezzled more than $170,000 from the campaign. “I am disappointed and dismayed by this betrayal of trust,” Rohrabacher said...
  • Why did marijuana lose its stigma?

    Why did marijuana lose its stigma?
    Twenty years ago, drug dealers were seen for what they were — criminal and dangerous elements in our society. They were shunned by the mainstream. People who sold marijuana were considered losers, in the business of harming our children. Parents...
  • Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez vows federal action on oil spills

    Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez vows federal action on oil spills
    As U.S. Senate candidate Loretta Sanchez bemoaned the recent Santa Barbara oil spill at a stop in Long Beach on Monday, the Orange County congresswoman all but echoed the words of her chief Senate rival, state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris. “We love...
  • Mailbag: Smaller fire rings could spark a compromise

    Speaking as someone who loves fires at the beach with family and friends, yet who also appreciates the concerns about pollution, I think the most sensible solution would be to have fire pits that are half the size of the current ones and have stricter...
  • Convicted medical pot seller finds congressional allies in legal appeal

    Convicted medical pot seller finds congressional allies in legal appeal
    For years, Charles Lynch has waged a lonely battle against federal prosecutors intent on putting him in prison for selling medical marijuana. But last week he received help from unexpected — and influential — allies. In a strongly worded...
  • Two California lawmakers challenge Justice Department on medical marijuana

    Two California lawmakers challenge Justice Department on medical marijuana
    Two members of Congress from California who were authors of an amendment blocking the Justice Department from interfering with state medical marijuana laws are disputing Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder¬†Jr.’s narrow interpretation of the provision. The...
  • Leaders participate in Special Olympics fundraiser

    Leaders participate in Special Olympics fundraiser
    Ed Arnold has seen the Special Olympics since it began 47 years ago. He's been chairman on several boards for the Special Olympics. Nowadays, he's an ambassador of the special Games. Arnold, known for his work as a local TV news reporter, lives in...
  • Reader's Report: Park's Nowruz celebration was a joyous occasion

    Reader's Report: Park's Nowruz celebration was a joyous occasion
    Joy, laughter, friendship, love, peace and harmony were everywhere in the rose garden at Bill Barber Park in Irvine on March 22 during the Iranian New Year celebration Nowruz, the most-celebrated event of the Persian calendar dating back millennia....