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  • Retailers react to plastic bag ban

    Retailers in Huntington Beach have seven months to adjust to the city's new ban on the distribution of plastic bags. Though it has yet to take affect, it has some businesses in the community worried. Approval for the ban was finalized Monday by the City...
  • Council agrees to consider rule on submitting mailers

    Huntington Beach council members gave the city attorney the go-ahead Monday to write an ordinance regarding campaign documents. The item passed in a 4-2 vote, with Mayor Pro Tem Matthew Harper and Councilman Jim Katapodis dissenting. Councilman Joe...
  • City leaders move ahead with massage ordinance

    The Huntington Beach City Council on Monday approved changes to a proposed massage parlor ordinance that would crack down on illicit businesses but maintain state-established regulations. Passing on a 6-0 vote, with Councilman Joe Carchio absent, the...
  • Man charged with felonies for meeting with teen

    Man charged with felonies for meeting with teen
    A 54-year-old man accused of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old boy pleaded not guilty Tuesday to three felony counts. Stanton resident Mark Aime Brosseau was charged with felony lewd acts upon a child, contacting a child with the intent to...
  • Parents rally against cell tower

    Concerned parents at Harbour View Elementary School are trying to get a ballot measure about two cell towers in parks voted down come November. The Committee for No on Measure Q, a group of about six parents, is spreading the word on the ballot measure...
  • Man arrested in felony hate crime

    A Huntington Beach man arrested last week faces hate crime charges for allegedly yelling at a black woman and attacking her white friend. John Keihl DeLoach, 20, was charged Monday with felony hate crime battery causing injury and felony hate crime...
  • Three barred from preparing tax returns

    Three Huntington Beach residents have been barred from preparing federal tax returns for customers after they claimed fraudulent tax refunds, officials said Wednesday. Alexander H. Adams, of Adams Beach Income Tax, and his sons Brandon A. Adams and...
  • Officer arrested on forcible sodomy charges

    A Garden Grove police officer was expected to be arraigned Wednesday for forcibly sodomizing two women last year. Huntington Beach resident Jesse Andrew Green, 33, was charged Tuesday with two felony counts of forcible sodomy, according to the Orange...
  • Wanted man may have killed self

    A Canadian man wanted on suspicion of a 1984 Huntington Beach murder appears to have committed suicide after a judge upheld his extradition to Orange County, officials said Friday. Gerald Su Go, 53, formerly of Torrance, was wanted in connection with the...
  • Former officer's ex-girlfriend sues city

    The ex-girlfriend of a former Huntington Beach police officer claims in a lawsuit that police officials ignored and covered up allegations that he raped, sodomized and abused her, allowing the mistreatment to continue. Aileen Mignosa, 27, claims in a...
  • Rape, murder suspect may have killed himself

    A Canadian man wanted on suspicion of a 1984 Huntington Beach murder appears to have committed suicide after a judge upheld his extradition to Orange County, officials said Friday. Gerald Su Go, 53, formerly of Torrance, has been locked in an extradition...
  • City seeks payment cap in girl's death

    An insurance company representing Huntington Beach is asking to cap the city's liability to $26,100 in the death of an 11-year-old Junior Lifeguard, city officials said. Navigator's Insurance filed a petition Friday to limit the city's liability to $26,...