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  • 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...
  • Advocacy group supports Sunset Beach independence

    A political watchdog group has joined forces with the Citizen's Assn. of Sunset Beach in its appeal of a recent court decision regarding the community's annexation to Huntington Beach. The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Assn., which formed in 1978 to defend...
  • Pretrial delayed again for waitress accused of selling cocaine

    The pretrial hearing for a waitress and the man who allegedly helped her sell cocaine to police has been postponed to Oct. 24. Police arrested Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, and Victor Mac Davis, 29, in May after a six-month investigation into the Killarney...
  • City Council prohibits registered sex offenders from parks

    An emotionally charged Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday to ban all registered sex offenders from entering city parks, a move that went against the city attorney and police chief's recommendations and made the city's law even more stringent...
  • 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...
  • Lawsuit hearings set for November in fatal crosswalk crash

    A court hearing has been scheduled for two lawsuits against the city of Huntington Beach following a fatal crash at a crosswalk. On Sept. 7, 2010, Robert Anthony Casares rear-ended Caryl Johnson, who had stopped at Croupier Drive while heading north on...
  • Vote pending on cell towers

    Huntington Beach and the wireless company T-Mobile held community meetings last week to introduce new proposed locations for cell towers, continuing a process that has sparked lawsuits and resident protests in recent years. The meetings, held to get...
  • Mailbag: Pardon more than two turkeys

    While President Obama is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us has that same presidential power by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance that spares a turkey's life. And here are some good reasons: •You are what you eat....
  • 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...
  • New hope for senior center

    Huntington Beach's long-anticipated new senior center may finally come to fruition now that a new developer has taken over the Pacific City project. Crescent Heights, a Florida-based company that replaced Pacific City's previous developer this summer, is...
  • Growing by a Sunset

    Surf City, here they come. Here comes expansion, as tiny Sunset Beach, one of the last unincorporated islands of Orange County, joins the 200,000-resident fold of Huntington Beach. Here comes the culture of one of the Southland's most offbeat...
  • Mailbag: In praise of panels at Dwyer

    It is unfortunate that the parents of Dwyer Middle School feel that their need for community action would be manifested in preventing solar panel placements in areas that aren't pleasing ("Parents protest solar panel site," Dec. 23). I can only wonder...