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  • Former officer's pretrial hearing canceled

    A pretrial hearing was canceled Friday for former Huntington Beach Police Officer James Roberts, who is charged with 20 felonies including raping his ex-wife, sodomy, false imprisonment, stalking and assault. Clerk Laura Hoyle at Orange County Superior...
  • Sounding Off: Rude dog owners flout the law

    Thanks to Chris Epting for his recent column ("Keep your dogs safe — on a leash," In the Pipeline, Feb. 24). I like dogs, and most dog owners I know are very responsible, but as Epting discovered, some are not. This problem is widespread, and the...
  • Group rallies against cell towers

    Toddlers pushed around inflatable beach balls bigger than themselves and parents mingled in vibrant yellow shirts as music blasted in the park, but the gathering was anything but a party. Community members gathered at Harbour View Park, next to...
  • Getting involved with political process

    Seniors at a local private school are getting more than the typical semester of government education as they meet City Council candidates first hand and learn how to get involved. Brethren Christian Junior and Senior High School teacher Colleen Faris is...
  • 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...
  • Mailbag: Team H.B. not indifferent to seniors

    Dave Sullivan is not being completely honest in his portrayal of our positions on a senior center in the city ("Candidates not being totally honest on senior center," Mailbag, Oct. 14). During a forum in September, we discussed this issue at length with...
  • Should Sunset pay the same utility taxes?

    Sunset Beach should have to pay all the same taxes as Huntington Beach if it gets the same services, say a group of Huntington Beach residents threatening litigation. Attorney Charles Goldwasser spoke at the Oct. 18 City Council meeting on behalf of...
  • Judge: City has right to hold hearing

    A judge Friday upheld Huntington Beach's right to hold a revocation hearing for two controversial cell towers originally slated to be built in parks. U.S. District Court Judge R. Gary Klausner denied a motion by T-Mobile, the company that wants to...
  • Incumbents lead in school races

    Incumbents nearly swept election night, taking 14 of the 19 school board seats open across the seven school districts serving Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley. There were 34 candidates vying for seats in the Coast Community College, Fountain Valley...
  • 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...
  • Council approves community garden lease

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday approved a lease agreement that will allow the community garden to come to fruition. The council unanimously voted on a five-year lease agreement with Southern California Edison for use of almost 2.5 acres...