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  • Costa Mesa names veteran Newport Beach officer as police chief

     
    Costa Mesa officials Monday introduced a 32-year Newport Beach veteran officer as the city's new police chief. At a news conference at police headquarters, Costa Mesa Chief Executive Tom Hatch introduced Tom Gazsi, 51, who has had the rank of......
  • Costa Mesa to name new police chief

     
    City officials will name Costa Mesa's new police chief at a news conference Monday afternoon. City Chief Executive Tom Hatch will introduce the new chief at a 3 p.m. conference at City Hall, William Lobdell, the interim city spokesman, said.......
  • Costa Mesa may use E-Verify to check immigration status of prospective workers

     
    E-verify illegal immigrants: The city of Costa Mesa is researching whether it can use a federal program to E-verify the immigration status of prospective city employees....
  • Secure Communities is flawed and should be shelved [Most commented]

     
    Most readers on the discussion board are in favor of keeping the program and making it more stringent....
  • Immigration: Homeland Security hit with flurry of immigration lawsuits

     
    The Obama administration must be gearing up for a long fight in federal court after immigrant and civil rights groups filed a slew of lawsuits this month. The claims seek to gain class-action status and challenge a wide swath of......
  • Report: Government-backed loans drove increase in delinquencies

     
    An increase in delinquencies in government-backed Federal Housing Administration loans was probably the largest contributor to the overall pickup in national delinquencies during the second quarter, according to a report published Tuesday by analysts at...
  • 'It's too much fun to miss'

     'It's too much fun to miss'
    Though she had badly burned her hand just days before, Sally Jordan said she just couldn't miss painting on a bright afternoon on Balboa Island. "It's too much fun to miss," the Pauma Valley resident said from behind her easel, where she was painting...
  • The man named Mansoor

    The man named Mansoor
    COSTA MESA — When the taco truck blaring "La Cucaracha" would roll down his street, Allan Mansoor thought less about lunch and more about the song's title, "The Cockroach." He felt the so-called "roach coaches" were proliferating and changing the...
  • Mesa Musings: Dr. Bob sure was one cool dude for OCC

    He's the most beloved president in Orange Coast College's 64-year history. Robert B. Moore led the institution for 18 years, from 1964 until his retirement in 1982. His low-key, informal approach, coupled with an extraordinary intellect, played a key...
  • A 'hometown boy done well'

    COSTA MESA — Although he's worn a police uniform for more than three decades in neighboring Newport Beach, Tuesday was the first time his uniform came with a badge reserved for the chief. Friends, family and members of police departments reaching...
  • Pet Of The Week

    Pet Of The Week
    Phoenix The tiny microchip implanted under the skin of a white and orange kitten in 2006 helped reunite Community Animal Network with the now 5-year-old cat we call Phoenix since he was found in an Arizona animal shelter last week. Phoenix is being...