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NEWS
March 24, 2007
A 63-foot, steel-hulled fishing vessel went aground on the Newport Beach coastline at about 2 a.m. Friday. There were no injuries, and the boat sustained no damage. A substantial wave pushed the San Pedro-based Emerald Sea into a sand bar near 35th Street while the five to six crew members on board fished close to shore, said Newport Beach Fire Department spokeswoman Jennifer Schulz. With the Newport Beach Sheriff's Department and lifeguards on scene, the vessel was expected to remain on shore throughout the day, until the next high tide could set it off about 1 a.m. Saturday.
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LOCAL
By Jessie Brunner | March 23, 2007
A 63-foot, steel-hulled fishing vessel went aground on the Newport Beach coastline at about 2 a.m. Friday. There were no injuries and the boat sustained no damage. A substantial wave pushed the San Pedro-based Emerald Sea into a sand bar near 35th Street while the five to six crew members on board fished close to shore, said Newport Beach Fire Department spokeswoman Jennifer Schulz. With the Newport Beach Sheriff’s Department and lifeguards on scene, the vessel is expected to remain on shore throughout the day, until the next high tide can set it off about 1 a.m. Saturday.
SPORTS
December 3, 2008
TODAY Basketball Community college men ? Miramar at Orange Coast, 5 p.m. Community college women ? Orange Coast at Cuesta Tournament High school boys ? Estancia at Western tournament; Sage Hill vs. San Pedro at Brethren Christian tournament, 3 p.m. High school girls ? Corona del Mar, Estancia at CdM/Estancia tournament; Costa Mesa at Century tournament; Connelly at Sage Hill, 6 p.m. Soccer High school girls ? Century at Estancia, 3 p.m.; Newport Harbor at El Toro, 3:15 p.m.; Costa Mesa at Sage Hill, 3:15 p.m. Tennis High school girls ?
FEATURES
August 4, 2008
Editor’s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty.   NEWPORT BEACH Sunday Cole Rider, 21, Corona Charles Brooks, 41, Huntington Beach Michael Dignum, 43, Newport Beach Saturday Chris Hurley, 20, Huntington Beach Zachery Hoke, 27, Upland James Shenton, 58, Newport Beach Cody Greff, 19, Hanalei, Hawaii Thursday Cody Cameron, 22, Newport Beach Lucas Henry, 33, San Clemente Ryan Weiderspahn, 23, Mission Viejo Rafael Morena, 38, Granada Hills Travis White, 28, San Pedro Patricia Schniebs, 39, Laguna Beach July 16 Paul Wilson, 67, Huntington Beach Jorge Aguilar, 34, Irvine July 15 Denise Gross, 48, Costa Mesa   COSTA MESA Sunday Jennifer Alvarenga, 26, Glendale Saturday Ryan Foley, 24, Anaheim Friday Casimiro Muñoz-Zamora, 27, Santa Ana Sabrina Muenyong, 30, Chino Hills Thursday Heidi Hoyt, 44, Newport Beach July 16 Carl Redo, 49, Huntington Beach
NEWS
February 3, 2005
STEVE BROMBERG Thanks to the Daily Pilot for making the public aware of the important action the Environmental Protection Agency may take to designate a location 4 1/2 miles off the Newport Pier as a permanent (instead of its current but 35-year-old "temporary" designation) place for sediment from the Upper and Lower Newport Bay to be deposited. Dredging projects -- small and large -- benefit by this designation. It's not just the city's taxpayers who save money by not having to haul sediment up to San Pedro.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna | April 28, 2009
A Newport Beach-based real estate investment firm’s leaders have been ordered to pay tens of millions of dollars by a Seattle judge and are being investigated by federal authorities, court records and the company acknowledged Tuesday. MKA Capital Group Advisors LLC, 26 Corporate Plaza Drive, Newport Beach, had its offices searched by the FBI earlier this month, and two of its leaders were successfully sued by a lending firm in Seattle for more than $31 million. Attorneys for all parties involved declined to comment, but MKA lawyers issued a prepared statement: “MKA Capital Group Advisors LLC has recently received inquiries from the media regarding civil lawsuits by a few investors and requests for information from federal regulators and investigators, concerning the company’s financial affairs and business operations.
NEWS
April 4, 2004
Steve Virgen San Pedro senior Steve Taylor ended the Newport Harbor High baseball team's momentum with a no-hitter that included 10 strikeouts, two walks and a hit batsman, leading the Pirates to a 6-0 victory over the host Sailors in the first round of the Pride of the Coast tournament Saturday. Taylor, who aided his win with a solo home run and an RBI double, credited the defense behind him and his fastball, which helped snap Newport Harbor's three-game winning streak.
FEATURES
October 8, 2008
Offering breathtaking views of Catalina Island, Los Angeles Harbor and the Pacific Ocean, the Korean Bell of Friendship and Bell Pavilion sits high atop the San Pedro Peninsula. The bell and surrounding pavilion were given to the people of Los Angeles in 1976 by the people of the Republic of Korea as a celebration of the bicentennial of U.S. independence, a way to honor the veterans of the Korean War, as well as to symbolize friendship between Korea and the United States. Weighing 17 tons, the bell was originally cast in Korea using a variety of metals including copper, gold, lead and phosphorus (for tone purposes)
SPORTS
August 11, 2011
The Aim High Hoops Elite 13U boys' basketball team won the AHHE Summer Smash title at Costa Mesa High last weekend. The dominant post duo of Nissan Mo (21 points, 11 rebounds) and Anthony Beltran (11 points, eight rebounds) set the tone right away for Aim High. In the backcourt, Aim High was led by Tyler Chacon (10 points, seven assists), Daniel French (four points, three steals) and Kevin Ray (two points, five assists) heading into the championship game.
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