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  • Mailbag: Taxes clearly not the issue in Sunset

    The "no on annexation" group Citizen's Assn. of Sunset Beach got what it wanted, and now it wants more ("Attorney: We will reject city's offer," April 21). The CASB filed a lawsuit against Huntington Beach on Dec. 9 to block the annexation of Sunset...
  • City sex offender ban proposal creates debate

    A proposal to ban registered sex offenders from municipal beaches and parks in Huntington Beach would violate Constitutional protections by restricting the right to be in public places, the founding dean of the UC Irvine School of Law said. "A city can't...
  • 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...
  • In The Pipeline: Three descriptive essays force tie in contest

    In The Pipeline: Three descriptive essays force tie in contest
    This year's In The Pipeline student journalism competition produced many more entries than last year, making the judging extra tough. In fact, this year, we have a tie for first place — a three-way tie at that. Congratulations to Andrea Resnick...
  • Arraignment delayed for teachers accused of sexual relationship with minor

    Arraignment delayed for teachers accused of sexual relationship with minor
    The arraignment for a Mesa View Middle School teacher and her husband facing charges of having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy has been postponed to June 2. Attorney John Drummond Barnett, who represents Gay Davidson-Shepard, asked for the...
  • Stalker sentenced for threatening detective

    A man was sentenced to five years and four months in prison Friday for stalking a Huntington Beach police detective and attempting to make criminal threats against him. Brian Dopler, 28, was convicted of two felony counts for attempted criminal threats...
  • Man charged with killing his father during argument

    The arraignment of a man who was arrested after calling Huntington Beach police to report he shot his father was continued to June 17. Jeremy Dwayne Martin, 35, is charged with killing his father after the two had an argument over his firearm, which he...
  • Teachers plead not guilty to sexual assault charges

    Teachers plead not guilty to sexual assault charges
    Two teachers from Huntington Beach pleaded not guilty Thursday to multiple felony counts stemming from an alleged sexual relationship with a minor. A pretrial hearing for Daniel Shepard and Gay Davidson-Shepard is set for July 7 at the West Justice...
  • City debuts traffic school for bike violations

    City debuts traffic school for bike violations
    Huntington Beach has become the first city in the state to offer traffic school for bicyclists who break the law. The Police Department now gives cyclists the option in lieu of going to court and paying high fines. Unlike driving traffic school, the...
  • Driver found guilty in dragging death

    A Fountain Valley man faces up to life in prison without the possibility of parole after being convicted in a woman's death. Christopher Dai-Ichi Yu, 19, was found guilty Wednesday of first-degree murder with the special circumstance of committing it...
  • Woods' conviction upheld

    An appeals court has upheld the conviction of a Huntington Beach man who fatally struck a 14-year-old bicyclist with his truck. Jeffrey Woods, who was found guilty in November 2009 of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and sentenced to six...
  • 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...