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  • Trial for man charged in 1988 death begins

    The man accused of stabbing to death a Sunset Beach man and then setting him and his apartment on fire in 1988 began opening statements Wednesday. Paul Gentile Smith, 50, began trial for the murder of his long-time friend from high school Robert Haugen....
  • Man shot dead at park; suspects held

    Two Huntington Beach residents accused of fatally shooting a man in Murdy Park were charged Tuesday with murder. Derek Christopher Adams, 22, and Marissa Star Bilotti,19, were charged with felony murder for allegedly killing Garden Grove resident Gregory...
  • Man, 20, sentenced in hate crime assault

    A white Huntington Beach man was sentenced to four years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to hate crimes for yelling at a black woman and attacking her white friend. John Keihl DeLoach, 20, pleaded guilty to felony hate crime battery causing injury...
  • Woman pleads not guilty to DUI

    Two bicyclists are in critical condition after being hit Saturday in Huntington Beach by a 24-year-old Buena Park woman allegedly drinking peach-flavored vodka while driving, officials said. The bicyclists, two adult males, are in critical condition at a...
  • Man convicted of killing friend in 1988

    A Long Beach man was found guilty Tuesday of stabbing a Sunset Beach man to death before setting him and his apartment on fire in 1988. Paul Gentile Smith, 50, was convicted of the cold case murder of his friend from high school, Robert Haugen. The jury...
  • Police: Husband killed wife, daughter, himself

    The family of two victims of an apparent murder-suicide have set has scheduled a memorial to celebrate their lives. The memorial for Theresa Yancey, 46, and her daughter Madison, 8, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Beachpoint Church, 17415 Magnolia St., in...
  • Man seeks $1M in alleged assault

    A Belmont Shores man is asking for $1 million in damages, claiming a Huntington Beach police officer assaulted him, but officials call the allegations "unfounded." Philip DeLuca, 44, filed a claim Nov. 3 against the city stating he suffered emotional...
  • Boys' water polo: Chargers grab first postseason win since 2002

    Boys' water polo: Chargers grab first postseason win since 2002
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — It wasn't pretty, but Diggy Riley will take it. The Edison High boys' water polo coach wasn't pleased — and his expression showed it — as he watched his Chargers flutter away several first-half opportunities during...
  • On Theater: Production captures playgoers

    Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" gave a new meaning to the term "staying power." The mystery play opened in London in 1952 and is still running after more than 25,000 performances. It's been long absent from local stages, but currently the Westminster...
  • On Theater: Tragedy delivered powerfully on Golden West stage

    On Theater: Tragedy delivered powerfully on Golden West stage
    Classical theater needn't be tedious, as Golden West College reminds us each season. A thundering tragedy such as "Medea" or "Oedipus Rex" can project as much immediacy as the latest realistic drama, and both have done so in the past. A fine case in...
  • Man charged with vehicular manslaughter after death of 4-month-old

    A Huntington Beach man was charged Jan. 20 with killing a 4-month-old girl in an alleged car crash that ejected the infant from the stroller her mother was pushing through a crosswalk. Robert Anthony Casares, 50, is charged with one misdemeanor count...
  • In The Pipeline: Texting vs. drinking: Aren't they the same?

    Huntington Beach, back in the news again. From the Los Angeles Times: "Huntington Beach is considering a new tactic in its crusade against drunk driving: public shaming on Facebook. Councilman Devin Dwyer asked police Monday during a City Council meeting...