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  • Woman who killed husband in 1984 eligible for parole

    A woman who killed her husband in their Huntington Beach home more than 20 years ago has been declared eligible for parole, over the Orange County district attorney's objections. Jeanette Lynn Hughes, now 58, was convicted of first-degree murder and...
  • Sunset Beach defenders tap colonial spirit

    The opponents of new taxes in Sunset Beach are seeking another day in court, and they have the Tea Party behind them. Not the Tea Party from 2010. The one from 1773. Attorneys for the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Foundation, which is backing the Citizen'...
  • Court reverses sex offender's conviction

    A registered sex offender and his lawyer recently convinced the Superior Court of Orange County appellate division to reverse his conviction for unlawfully entering a county park where children regularly gather. The three-judge panel made clear its Nov....
  • Sex offender sentenced for roadside attack

    A registered sex offender was sentenced Friday to 14 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting a 17-year-old girl on the side of a road in Huntington Beach. Rasaan Raymon Patton, 31, attacked the girl in June 2008 after he crashed into a minivan...
  • Rapist sentenced to 65 years to life

    Rapist sentenced to 65 years to life
    A Huntington Beach man was given 65 years to life in prison Friday for kidnapping and raping a developmentally disabled 7-year-old girl, authorities said. Daniel Vlas Flores, 30, was found guilty in April of kidnapping to commit a sexual offense and...
  • Funding for H.B.'s senior center in question

    For years, it was the most famous not-quite-existent sum of money in Huntington Beach: the $22 million proposed to help build the new senior center in Huntington Central Park. Now, that sum has been considerably downsized — and possibly the...
  • Ocean View superintendent retires

    William Loose, the superintendent of the Ocean View School District, has announced his retirement, the district announced July 12. The district's board of trustees voted unanimously July 11 to accept Loose's resignation, according to a media release....
  • Court hearing for candidate pushed back

    A court hearing scheduled Wednesday for Huntington Beach Planning Commissioner Tim Ryan, who is fighting DUI charges, has been postponed. Ryan's lawyer, Todd Landgren, said he's filing additional motions regarding the City Council candidate's DUI...
  • City attorney warns against outsourcing her office

    City Atty. Jennifer McGrath said the City Council has no authority to outsource her office, and even if it could, contracting with outside counsel would end up costing the city at least $1 million more each year. McGrath issued an analysis and an opinion...
  • Fountain Valley man charged in rape of 10-year-old girl

    Fountain Valley man charged in rape of 10-year-old girl
    A Fountain Valley man was arrested last week and charged with forcibly raping a 10-year-old girl, committing lewd acts against another girl the same age and possessing child pornography, according to a release from the Orange County district attorney's...
  • Huntington Beach man accused of stabbing roommate

    A Huntington Beach man is facing a murder charge for allegedly stabbing his roommate with a knife, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Alexandre Louis Antal, 22, is accused of killing Michael Urso, 32, about 12:20 a.m. July 17...
  • Huntington Beach council to consider outsourcing legal services

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to look into outsourcing the city's legal services. Supporters called the proposal a potential cost-saving measure while critics argued that it would lead to financial and legal woes. The council voted 5 to...