| Jun 4, 2010
Surrounded by police, and standing in front of Santa Ana's processing center for people who have recently been arrested, about 100 people on Thursday protested Arizona's recent immigration law and Costa Mesa's resolution declaring itself a "Rule of Law"...
| Jun 14, 2010
| 11:50 PM
Immigrant rights activists blocked traffic in front of South Coast Plaza Monday to protest against Costa Mesa's recent "Rule of Law" proclamation and to call for comprehensive immigration reform.
A dozen protesters bound themselves with duct tape to...
| Jun 19, 2010
| 7:27 PM
Ever been to a protest? I haven't. Not on the protest side anyway.
We've all seen protests — people shouting, waving signs, burning stuff, yelling "What do we want? Justice! When do we want it? Now!" That kind of thing.
I don't get too...
| Jun 22, 2010
Rhett Soliday travels about an eighth of a mile to his office every day. But having now settled into his seat as the Vanguard University men's basketball coach, the former UC Irvine and Concordia University assistant has learned the Lions' program has...
| Jun 22, 2010
| 9:11 PM
Juan Garcia is an illegal immigrant from Mexico, but he doesn't concern himself with the Costa Mesa City Council's "Rule of Law" proclamation, which symbolically opposes people like him who live and work in the city.
He is not alone.
Nearly a dozen...
| Nov 3, 2009
| 2:51 PM
Federal agents arrested a La Mesa man after finding 48 guns and more than 200,000 rounds of ammunition at his house, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives announced Tuesday.
David F. Morgan, 55, was arrested last week after ATF agents...
| Nov 20, 2009
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...
| Jul 27, 2009
Four major cities -- New York, Seattle, Houston, and Pittsburgh -- will get no money from a $1 billion economic stimulus program to help cities avoid laying off police officers, officials told The Associated Press on Monday.
The officials, speaking on...
| Jul 28, 2009
| 8:22 AM
The Obama administration on Tuesday announced $1 billion in grants to help keep police officers on the beat during the economic downturn - and tried to assure cities not getting aid that they won't be stiffed.
The aid announced by Vice President Joe...
| Aug 17, 2009
| 8:27 PM
PHOENIX -- About a dozen people carrying guns, including one with a military-style rifle, milled among protesters outside the convention center where President Barack Obama was giving a speech Monday -- the latest incident in which protesters have...
| Jan 3, 2010
| 9:08 AM
MESA, Ariz. -- Police say a teenage girl accidentally ran over and killed her 17-year-old brother as the two played around in an Arizona shopping mall parking lot.
Mesa Police spokesman Ed Wessing says the sister had dropped off her brother at...