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  • Family files claim after boy falls in fire pit

    The family of a 6-year-old boy who sustained severe burns to his arm and chest after falling into a rundown fire pit at Huntington City Beach is asking the city for $500,000. Seth Richardson fell backward into the fire pit, which still had smoldering...
  • Sunset annexed; group plans appeal

    Sunset Beach is now officially part of Huntington Beach, a spokesman for a county commission said Monday. Benjamin Legbandt, a policy analyst for the Orange County Local Agency Formation Commission, said his group had filed paperwork with the county...
  • Man charged with exposing himself to students

    The Orange County district attorney's office is seeking the public's assistance in identifying potential victims of a man who allegedly exposed himself to an adult and three minors while on their way to school in Fountain Valley and Santa Ana. John...
  • Woman pleads not guilty to yelling racial slurs, punching man

    A woman pleaded not guilty Oct. 5 to yelling racial slurs and punching a man in the face in downtown Huntington Beach, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. San Diego resident Jennifer Renee Vanveldhuizen, 36, faces one felony...
  • Man pleads not guilty in alleged hate crime incident

    A homeless man pleaded not guilty Thursday to felony charges for yelling racial slurs and spitting on a woman in Huntington Beach, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Jonathan Michael Schmidt, 31, was charged with two felony counts...
  • Victim wanted to be a police officer

    A woman who died from a gunshot wound to the head in February aspired to be a police officer someday, the Orange County district attorney's office said. Fountain Valley resident Philip Ngoc Nguyen, 25, has been charged in the death of Uyennie Ton....
  • Pot brownies land three seniors in hospital

    An elderly man and two women were treated Saturday at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach after unknowingly eating brownies containing marijuana during a friend's memorial service, police said. The three patients — an 82-year-old man and two 71-year-old...
  • Accused Seal Beach shooter faces charges, victims' families

    Accused Seal Beach shooter faces charges, victims' families
    SANTA ANA — The Huntington Beach man accused in the worst shooting rampage in Orange County appeared in court Friday, where he faced eight counts of first-degree murder, one count of attempted murder and the pained remarks of the victims' grieving...
  • Mobile home dispute goes to court

    The battle between Huntington Beach and a mobile home park over a denied attempt to allow residents to buy the land under their coaches is playing out in court. The city attorney's office responded last month to a lawsuit filed in August by the Pacific...
  • H.B. man convicted of serial rapes

    A registered sex offender from Huntington Beach was convicted Oct. 20 of sexually assaulting four women in 2007 and videotaping his crimes. James Ernest Bledsoe, 30, was found guilty of felony forcible rape, forcible oral copulation, sexual penetration...
  • Dekraai turns to public defender

    SANTA ANA — The man accused in Orange County's deadliest shooting rampage will be represented by a public defender. Scott Evans Dekraai, 42, told Judge Erick L. Larsh in a brief court appearance Monday that he could not afford his own legal...
  • H.B. man faces trial in veteran's death

    Opening statements were scheduled to begin Wednesday in the trial of a Huntington Beach man accused of beating and causing the death of a World War II veteran during a robbery on Veterans Day in 2003, according to the Orange County district attorney's...