RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Mesa

A collection of news and information related to Mesa published by this site and its partners.

Top Mesa Articles

Displaying items 45-55
  • Feds Find Massive Border Drug Tunnel Complete With Rail System

    Feds Find Massive Border Drug Tunnel Complete With Rail System
    SAN DIEGO -- U.S. authorities have discovered a 600 yard long tunnel under the San Diego-Tijuana border, connecting warehouses on either side of the border. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman Lauren Mack says authorities seized more...
  • Novice falls to bigger brand

    COSTA MESA — For a Vietnamese refugee with a rags-to-riches story, Phu Nguyen thought discussions of ethnicity and immigration would be on his side. He underestimated the power of the political message. In the safely Republican 68th Assembly...
  • William K. Roberts, PhD

    Bill (Shiner) Roberts, 82 of Phoenix, AZ, passed away on March 3, 2011 at his home in Phoenix, AZ.  Bill was born on December 10, 1928 in Provo, UT to Lillian and Boyd Roberts.  He graduated from Newport Harbor High School in the Class of 1947.  Bill...
  • Costa Mesan takes top music award

    Costa Mesan takes top music award
    COSTA MESA — For the second year in a row, Costa Mesa vocalist Stacy Clark has taken home the prize for Best Pop Artist at the Orange County Music Awards. Clark, who thinks of herself as more folk than pop, was surprised by being recognized...
  • Gea too much for Adamson

    COSTA MESA — Alec Adamson and Kenny Gea last saw each other during the high school tennis season. In doubles action, Adamson and his Corona del Mar partner got the best of Gea and his Irvine teammate. The two met again Wednesday and Gea pointed out...
  • Man Lived With Girlfriend's Decomposing Corpse For 2 Months, police say

    Man Lived With Girlfriend's Decomposing Corpse For 2 Months, police say
    MESA, Arizona -- A man who police say confessed to killing his girlfriend and living with her decomposing corpse in his one-bedroom apartment for two months has been charged with second degree murder. Erik C. Grumpelt, 35, was arrested on Monday, the...
  • Sprouts to grow by 2 locations in Costa Mesa

    COSTA MESA — Natural and organic foods shoppers will soon notice a new sign gracing their local grocer as a merger between Henry's and Sprouts markets takes root across Orange County. The two grocers, which announced the merger in April, will...
  • 'The Wilderness Warrior' by Douglas Brinkley

    'The Wilderness Warrior' by Douglas Brinkley
    The Wilderness Warrior Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America Douglas Brinkley Harper: 960 pp., $34.99 Reviewing several Roosevelt biographies in 1920, H.L. Mencken reported that he had found more "gush" than "sense." Douglas Brinkley's...
  • Travis Edmonson dies at 76; half of folk duo Bud & Travis

    Travis Edmonson, a singer-songwriter who as part of the duo Bud & Travis influenced other folk musicians and helped expand the audience for Spanish-language songs, has died. He was 76. Edmonson, who had Parkinson's disease and other illnesses, died...
  • Tribes say better fire protection for their land is needed

    VALLEY CENTER, Calif. -- As they cataloged the widespread damage to several Indian reservations in last week's fires, tribal officials spoke to firefighters and federal officials Tuesday about the need for a better plan to protect their lands. While...
  • Start a Turkey Trot Tradition

    Start a Turkey Trot Tradition
    Before they pound the pumpkin pie, families across the nation pound the pavement in traditional Turkey Trots. These Thanksgiving gobble jaunts are typically 5ks (3.2 miles) and kids' fun runs of one mile. Held early in the morning, the races allow...