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December 16, 2007
A Costa Mesa man was hospitalized late Friday night after being stabbed twice at a party at his residence, according to Lt. Marty Carver of the Costa Mesa Police Department. Ismael Sandoval, 22, was transported to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian shortly after 10:30 p.m. and listed in stable condition following surgery. Carver said Sandoval had gotten into an fight with a group of party guests, and one of them stabbed him in the stomach twice with a knife. The details of the incident, he added, remained sketchy and police did not know whether the assailants had been invited to the party, which was held in the 2200 block of Maple Street, or whether anyone else had been injured.
NEWS
July 1, 2011
The Orange County district attorney's office expects to fight against parole Tuesday for a Costa Mesa man convicted of killing a 7-month-old. Anthony Mahmoud Fathi, 52, was convicted in 1985 of punching his girlfriend's son in the stomach while she was in the shower, prosecutors allege. The blow caused fractured ribs, an internal 5-centimeter tear, swelling to the abdomen and bleeding to the rectal area, later leading to the child's death, according to a D.A. news release.
NEWS
November 4, 2004
Rick Devereux The year season started off on the wrong foot for the Newport Harbor High football team. Projected starting running back Ryan Rippon tore the medial collateral ligament in his right knee during the summer and sat out the first six games. Projected starting outside linebacker Taylor Young broke his foot playing basketball and participated in all summer workouts in a protected boot and did not see his first action until the third game.
SPORTS
By By Barry Faulkner | January 27, 2006
Jillian Ricks featureOCC's Jillian Ricks has remained productive despite several ailments, including Crohn's Disease.On an Orange Coast College women's basketball team known for overcoming all manor of adversity, Jillian Ricks is equal parts power forward and poster child. The 6-foot-1 sophomore transfer from Weber State leads the Pirates (23-2, 6-0 in the Orange Empire Conference) in scoring at 13.8 points per game. But she also leads Coach Mike Thornton's team, ranked No 5 in the state and No. 2 in Southern California, in afflictions.
NEWS
April 6, 2004
ROBERT GARDNER I'm trying to figure out when we all started working out. Nobody worked out in my youth. We did sports like swimming, but those were part of being in school. We didn't consider swimming laps as working out, and we certainly didn't do any other sort of exercise to prepare ourselves for swimming like lifting weights. I suppose the football players did, but since I wasn't even big enough to be water boy, I don't know. Certainly, the grown-ups I knew didn't "work out."
NEWS
May 27, 2003
My dog just had surgery. We're not talking a minor tweak. She was sliced open, her spleen removed, and right now, her stomach looks like something Dr. Frankenstein might have created with a row of staples holding her together. I didn't know anything was wrong. My daughter said the dog was lethargic. How could she tell? This is a dog that has raised napping to an art form. Her idea of a trick is rolling over to have her stomach rubbed. Mention a walk to most dogs, and they leap about in excitement.
NEWS
November 30, 2003
Marisa O'Neil All Natalie Stack wants is to be like every other seventh-grader. She takes dance lessons. She plays tennis. She wants to be a teacher when she grows up. But she's never slept more than six hours at a stretch, and on a daily basis, she faces stomach pain that would keep most kids home from school. And that's just from the medicine that keeps the 12-year-old well. Natalie has cystinosis, a rare, incurable disease that causes the amino acid cystine to accumulate in the body's cells.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Daniel Tedford | August 1, 2008
I was once a young, eager journalist ready to take on the world. But that is no more. My pride has been stripped from me, and it wasn’t a tough political saga that brought me down. It wasn’t a crime that tested my boundaries. It wasn’t a human interest story that held my heart under water. No, instead the assignment that was the most trying for me, that tested my guts the most, was when I went to the Orange County Fair on Friday and took on its four nastiest rides.
FEATURES
By | April 17, 2010
There was a point where Allie didn’t know where she was, who she was or why she was doing what she was doing — starving herself, then stuffing herself, then, as clinical experts like to say, “voiding” herself. That is, running to the bathroom to throw up, “bingeing and purging.” “I was doing it when I was living alone in college and nobody was around,” said Allie, 21, whose last name is being withheld to protect her identity.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Jamie Rowe | June 14, 2012
So you pulled out all the stops for Mom last month and took her to the best brunch in town, but now you're struggling to match those efforts for Dad. We've compiled a few ideas to get you started, but really, you can't go wrong with a heart-felt, handmade macaroni frame. * Waffles and fajitas Avila's El Ranchito, 2101 Placentia Ave., Costa Mesa, offers an eclectic brunch from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. for $16.99 per person. The buffet includes fajitas, carnitas, pork ribs, waffles, menudo and tamales.
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NEWS
July 1, 2011
The Orange County district attorney's office expects to fight against parole Tuesday for a Costa Mesa man convicted of killing a 7-month-old. Anthony Mahmoud Fathi, 52, was convicted in 1985 of punching his girlfriend's son in the stomach while she was in the shower, prosecutors allege. The blow caused fractured ribs, an internal 5-centimeter tear, swelling to the abdomen and bleeding to the rectal area, later leading to the child's death, according to a D.A. news release.
FEATURES
By | April 17, 2010
There was a point where Allie didn’t know where she was, who she was or why she was doing what she was doing — starving herself, then stuffing herself, then, as clinical experts like to say, “voiding” herself. That is, running to the bathroom to throw up, “bingeing and purging.” “I was doing it when I was living alone in college and nobody was around,” said Allie, 21, whose last name is being withheld to protect her identity.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Daniel Tedford | August 6, 2008
I was once a young, eager journalist ready to take on the world. But that is no more. My pride has been stripped from me, and it wasn’t a tough political saga that brought me down. It wasn’t a crime that tested my boundaries. It wasn’t a human interest story that held my heart under water. No, instead the assignment that was the most trying for me, that tested my guts the most, was when I went to the Orange County Fair on Friday and took on its four nastiest rides.
NEWS
By Barry Faulkner | April 19, 2008
IRVINE — Scott Gorgen is wiping out campus hunger one start at a time, not to mention making some serious inroads in the school’s pitching record book. Gorgen, a junior All-American pitcher for UC Irvine, struck out a career-high 14 Friday in seven innings to lead the No. 5-ranked Anteaters (24-7, 6-4 in the Big West Conference) to a 7-2 conference victory over visiting UC Riverside before 630 at Anteater Ballpark. The 14 strikeouts, under an ongoing UCI promotion, provided all in attendance with the right to trade their ticket stubs for a free chili dog at a local fast-food restaurant.
NEWS
By Michael Glueck | April 1, 2008
If you eat, you?re probably aware that the price of food is rising. Even if you live by that venerable motto, ?You can?t be too rich or too thin,? you need to be aware that the energy crisis and the food crisis are intertwined. Food requires energy to grow, process, transport and market. Bio-fuels, ?making gas out of corn or whatever,? are increasing in popularity, even if it often takes more energy to produce them than its worth. But don?t worry. There?s a new bio-fuel about to change the world, maybe even save the world.
LOCAL
December 16, 2007
A Costa Mesa man was hospitalized late Friday night after being stabbed twice at a party at his residence, according to Lt. Marty Carver of the Costa Mesa Police Department. Ismael Sandoval, 22, was transported to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian shortly after 10:30 p.m. and listed in stable condition following surgery. Carver said Sandoval had gotten into an fight with a group of party guests, and one of them stabbed him in the stomach twice with a knife. The details of the incident, he added, remained sketchy and police did not know whether the assailants had been invited to the party, which was held in the 2200 block of Maple Street, or whether anyone else had been injured.
SPORTS
By By Barry Faulkner | January 27, 2006
Jillian Ricks featureOCC's Jillian Ricks has remained productive despite several ailments, including Crohn's Disease.On an Orange Coast College women's basketball team known for overcoming all manor of adversity, Jillian Ricks is equal parts power forward and poster child. The 6-foot-1 sophomore transfer from Weber State leads the Pirates (23-2, 6-0 in the Orange Empire Conference) in scoring at 13.8 points per game. But she also leads Coach Mike Thornton's team, ranked No 5 in the state and No. 2 in Southern California, in afflictions.
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