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  • Reel Critics: 'Max' brings trauma and trouble back to all-American family

    "Max" is a highly trained military dog on duty in Afghanistan with his Marine Corps handler, Kyle Wincott. When Kyle is killed on patrol with Max, the dog develops a canine version of PTSD and is unable to function as a war dog anymore. The family of the fallen Marine adopts Max and takes him into their home.
  • In the Pipeline: Timeless design has helped Huntington Beach library stand test of time

    In the Pipeline: Timeless design has helped Huntington Beach library stand test of time
    With cake, storytelling and shelves full of memories, the Huntington Beach Central Library turned 40 last week. In a day and age when some libraries are becoming like dinosaurs, the one in Huntington Beach keeps thriving. Beyond all the hard work from...

    3 closed campuses unlikely to fully reopen this school year, Ocean View told

    The main buildings at three Huntington Beach schools closed because of asbestos concerns are unlikely to reopen this school year, the Ocean View School District's construction manager told district trustees Tuesday night. Many students of Oak View and...

    Upgrade plan for AES power plant advances

    A committee of the state's energy agency recommended approval of changes proposed for the AES natural-gas-powered electricity plant in Huntington Beach. California Energy Commission members Andrew McAllister and Karen Douglas, who sit on the...

    Huntington Beach's Pacific City complex aims to draw locals, tourists

    Huntington Beach's Pacific City complex aims to draw locals, tourists
    The developers of a $135-million shopping center near the famed Huntington Beach Pier face an unusual challenge — how to embrace the city's proud identity as Surf City without descending into surfing kitsch. Sure, they hope to attract tourists...