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By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | January 14, 2011
A Lake Forest man is scheduled to go on trial next week on charges that he sexually assaulted multiple women in Orange County — including one in Newport Beach — over the last decade. Sekayi Rudo White, 33, is charged with 14 counts of rape, attempted rape and a litany of sentencing enhancements for allegedly using death threats, a knife and forcing himself on half a dozen women from 2002 to 2007. He is accused of attacking some of the victims while out on bail for other rape charges.
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NEWS
Tom Ragan, tom.ragan@latimes.com | December 25, 2010
Editor's note: This corrects the name of the Cal State Fullerton Irvine campus dean. An estimated 2,000 Cal State Fullerton students will be attending classes next year at their new Irvine campus on Banting Road to make way for future development at their current campus on the site of the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station. Susan Cooper, dean of CSUF's Irvine campus, said many of the students are looking forward to the move. According to Cooper, not only will the new campus be more centrally located with its proximity to the San Diego (405)
NEWS
December 13, 2010
COSTA MESA — The Irvine Co. has expanded into the Orange County Theater & Arts District with the acquisition of the Pacific Arts Plaza, company officials announced last week. The Pacific Arts Plaza, an 827,000-square-foot property, has four office buildings and four restaurants, including Mastro's Steakhouse and TGI Friday's, at 611 Anton Blvd., 675 Anton Blvd., 3200 Park Center and 3200 Bristol St. With the addition of Pacific Arts Plaza property, the Newport Beach-based company says it now has a meaningful presence of all four Class-A office markets in Orange County.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | November 27, 2010
IRVINE — The city-operated iShuttle program, which connects the Tustin Metrolink station to the Irvine Business Complex, will be funded largely by the Orange County Transportation Authority for the next 30 years. The City Council last week approved an agreement with OCTA that would allow the city to recover 90% of its annual operating costs and eventually expand service to the Irvine Spectrum. Under the agreement, the city will receive $121.3 million over three decades, beginning with $770,000 in January to operate and maintain the iShuttle for the current fiscal year, according to a city staff report.
LOCAL
By Tom Egan | November 10, 2009
Newport-Mesa residents participated in a rally to support the public option for health care.  Over one hundred empty medicine bottles were stuffed with personal messages to Senator Diane Feinstein from citizens about the health care they got (or didn’t get) under the status quo.   The purpose of the rally was to urge Sen. Feinstein to continue to champion the Public Option.   The rally was held on November 4th at Irvine Spectrum, and was coordinated by MoveOn.
BUSINESS
July 9, 2009
The Irvine Co. laid off an undisclosed number of workers last week to help reduce staff by 3%. The cuts represent part of a plan the company announced in September. As a real estate developer and the owner of several retail and residential properties — all industries hit particularly hard by the recession — the company has reduced its workforce to increase efficiency, according to company spokesman Gary Delsohn. “Obviously we’re in the worst economic downturn anyone can remember,” Delsohn said.
NEWS
By Alan Blank | July 9, 2009
The Irvine Co. laid off an undisclosed number of workers last week as part of a plan the company announced in September to reduce its staff by 3%. As a real estate developer and the owner of several retail and residential properties – all industries hit particularly hard by the recession – the company has reduced its workforce in order to streamline, according to company spokesman Gary Delsohn. “Obviously we’re in the worst economic downturn anyone can remember,” Delsohn said.
SPORTS
By Chris Caesar | January 6, 2008
Vast contingency plans aimed at keeping OC Marathon runners and volunteers safe during a projected rainstorm were for naught Sunday, when about 14,000 runners participated in a mostly clear race from Newport Center to the Irvine Spectrum. “It all worked out beautifully, because [the rain] held off long enough to get everything set-up and the runners on their marks,” Assistant Race Director Mike Bone said. “Things went a lot better than planned.” Though there were intermittent drizzles later in the morning, the storm did not match the projected downpour of 2 to 5 inches and flash flood warnings issued earlier in the weekend by the National Weather Service.
NEWS
December 15, 2007
The Avia Orange County Marathon will take place Sunday, Jan. 6, and the CureDuchenne Crusaders have made the list as a 2008 selected charity. According to its website, the Corona del Mar chapter of Cure Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy had the largest team ? charity or otherwise ? to compete in the 2007 O.C. marathon, securing them a spot next year. The CureDuchenne Crusaders are asking the public to help by joining their team to ?run or walk for the boys who can?t,? or by volunteering on the day of the event.
NEWS
September 3, 2007
Dan Marcheano, owner of The Arches restaurant, is doing his part to help Jolanda Graham’s team, Kaelyn’s Kause, reach their sponsorship goal to participate in the American Heart Assn. Heart Walk Sept. 16 at the Irvine Spectrum. Graham’s daughter Kaelyn Alexandria, 3, was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome, a congenital heart defect in which the left side of the heart, including the aorta, aortic valve and mitral valve is underdeveloped. Marcheano, who met Kaelyn and her family about a year ago, is asking the community to help support the Grahams.
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