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  • Billionaire Koch brothers back suspension of California climate law

     
    A company owned by oil billionaires Charles and David Koch has contributed $1 million to Proposition 23, a November ballot initiative to suspend California’s groundbreaking 2006 global-warming law. The contribution came from Flint Hills Resources LP,...
  • Hops just a jump, skip away

    Booze, barbecue, and '80s glam metal. What more could you ask for? Today, the second annual Orange County Beer Festival will take over Irvine Lake from 1 to 4 p.m. with more than 60 domestic and international brews flowing, including beer from a...
  • Groups name their picks

    Jon Coupal was among friends May 27 when he was the guest speaker at a Laguna Beach Taxpayers Assn. meeting. Coupal is the president of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assn., founded by Jarvis and his wife, Estelle, to rein in property taxes in California....
  • Mayor now looks to Nov. 2

    With all precincts reporting, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor won the Republican primary in the 68th Assembly District and, due to voter registration in the district, could very likely head to Sacramento after the November election. Because voter...
  • 'A keepsake for O.C. community'

    'A keepsake for O.C. community'
    A new cookbook is making mouths water throughout Orange County. Cleverly titled "Orange County Fare: A Culinary Journey Through the California Riviera," the tome compiled by the Newport Beach-based Junior League of Orange County boasts hundreds of...
  • Gas leak contained at John Wayne Airport

    An electrical contractor struck a gas line at John Wayne Airport about 7:30 a.m. today, forcing authorities to block traffic into part of the airport and to evacuate some areas, according to emergency responders. No one was injured by the leaking gas....
  • Gas line struck at John Wayne Airport

    An electrical contractor struck a gas line at John Wayne Airport at about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, forcing authorities to block traffic into part of the airport and evacuate some areas, according to emergency responders. No one was injured by the leaking...
  • Briefly In The News

    Frank trades days for pay City Manager Ken Frank traded some vacation day pay for a bigger expense account to cover increased business expenses. The City Council unanimously approved at the June 15 meeting Frank's proposal to reduce the city manager's...
  • United Commercial Bank Seized by Government

    United Commercial Bank Seized by Government
    LOS ANGELES -- United Commercial Bank, which had 13 branches locally in Los Angeles County and three in Orange County, has failed and was seized by government regulators. The bank's branches will reopen Saturday under the new control of East West Bank....
  • Accused "Blue Note Bandit" Pleads Not Guilty to 14 Robberies

    Accused "Blue Note Bandit" Pleads Not Guilty to 14 Robberies
    LAGUNA NIGUEL -- An Orange County man dubbed the "Blue Note Bandit" by authorities pleaded not guilty Monday to robbing 14 grocery store bank branches in about 2 months. If convicted on all counts, 50-year-old David Camp faces 18 years in prison. Camp...
  • THE "OTHER" AUTO SHOW

    Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Ana for "THE "OTHER" AUTO SHOW" at a company doing business as AERO MOBILITY, a southern California dealer that offers a complete line of mobility products and services for people with special needs, such as minivans,...