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  • O.C. financial consultant to stand trial in Santa Monica killing

    O.C. financial consultant to stand trial in Santa Monica killing
    An Orange County financial consultant has been ordered to stand trial in connection with the 2008 slaying of a Santa Monica artist. Daniel Edward Becerril II of Huntington Beach was arrested last March on suspicion of murder, grand theft, forgery and...
  • Costa Mesa lawyers praise marijuana ruling

    A federal appeals court decided Monday that cities do not violate the federal rights of the disabled when they shut down medical marijuana dispensaries — a ruling praised by Costa Mesa's legal counsel. A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit...
  • Steinberg: Several lessons to be learned from Penn State scandal

    Former FBI director Louis Freeh concluded one of the most horrifying investigations in the history of collegiate sports this week. In the wake of years of sexual abuse of young men by assistant coach Jerry Sandusky of Penn State, often in the shower room...
  • Slain doctor's family files two suits against suspect

    Slain doctor's family files two suits against suspect
    The family of a Newport Beach doctor killed in January is accusing the suspected gunman of defrauding them in the weeks after the deadly shooting. They have filed two lawsuits in the span of a week against Stanwood Elkus the Lake Elsinore man accused of...
  • Doctor's accused killer requests counsel

    Doctor's accused killer requests counsel
    A man charged with killing a Newport Beach doctor told an Orange County Superior Court judge Wednesday that he needs a public defender. "I can't afford a lawyer," Stanwood Fred Elkus said. Judge Craig Robison delayed the scheduled arraignment on...
  • O.C.'s sex offender ban to be reviewed by Court of Appeals

    A state appellate court has agreed to review Orange County’s controversial law barring sex offenders from county parks and beaches, a move that may determine whether the ban is legal. The county ordinance, passed in April 2011, prohibits all...
  • From the Boathouse: A season of lights

    Ahoy! Tis the season and the boat parades are underway in our local harbors and across the nation. For those living in southern Orange County, you have two more chances to see the 38th annual Dana Point Harbor Boat Parade of Lights. This year's theme is...
  • Judge blocks accused killer from transferring property

    Judge blocks accused killer from transferring property
    An Orange County Superior Court judge on Tuesday prohibited a man accused of killing a Newport Beach doctor from transferring ownership of his property to relatives, according to an attorney for the victim's family. Stanwood Elkus, 75, of Lake Elsinore,...
  • Anglers plead guilty in endangered fish death

    Anglers plead guilty in endangered fish death
    The two fishermen who hauled a massive black sea bass to shore at the Balboa Pier pleaded guilty Wednesday and were sentenced to 120 hours of community service. They had faced up to six months in jail for catching the endangered species. Prosecutors had...
  • Bill calls for stronger parental consent

    Assemblyman Allan Mansoor (R-Costa Mesa) has introduced a bill that he says would strengthen laws that require parents' written consent before a school can let students out early for confidential medical procedures or to teach them about sex, gender and...
  • Kirby gets 9 years for killing 'Mask'

    SANTA ANA — As Jeffrey David Kirby walked into court from a holding cell just outside of the room, three of his friends and family members stood in support, their faces full of sadness and remorse. They weren't alone in that eighth floor Central...
  • Colored orange for years

    Colored orange for years
    Color It Orange, which showcases the art of Orange County students from every district, has spent almost four decades giving recognition to youth and the arts. On Sunday, the art event will celebrate its 37th year at the Laguna College of Art and Design....