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  • From Hot Wheels to hot reels

    From Hot Wheels to hot reels
    Cameron Lew is truly one of the cool kids of the social media age. The 17-year-old Huntington Beach High School junior has been shooting and editing videos for his YouTube channel since eighth grade. However, Cameron's filming career started as early as...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • City to pay $650,000 in legal expenses

    An Orange County Superior Court judge has ordered Huntington Beach to pay almost $650,000 in attorney's fees to the group that successfully challenged the city's decision to build a new senior center in Huntington Central Park. Judge David C. Velasquez...
  • Keying could be third strike

    A Huntington Beach man could face 25 years to life in prison for allegedly keying a neighbor's car if an Orange County Superior Court judge decides to count it as his third strike, officials said. John Patrick Rogers, 45, is expected to be charged with...
  • Keyed car could be strike 3

    A Huntington Beach man could face 25 years to life in prison for allegedly keying a neighbor's car if an Orange County Superior Court judge counts the act as the defendant's third strike, officials said. John Patrick Rogers, 45, is expected to be charged...
  • Judge will decide on Neighbors' suit in two weeks

    A decision on whether Huntington Beach violated environmental laws when it prepared its Downtown Specific Plan update is expected within the next two weeks. If Orange County Superior Court Judge Nancy Wieben Stock finds the city in violation of the...
  • Restraining order against Kramer dismissed

    A request for a restraining order against the head of a downtown political group by a restaurant owner was dismissed Friday following an agreement between the two parties that was reached outside of court. Alessandro Pirozzi, the owner of Cucina...
  • Restaurant owner refutes remarks from downtown group's spokesman

    A downtown restaurant owner has refuted comments made in the Independent by the head of a political organization about their disagreements. Alessandro Pirozzi, owner of Cucina Alessá, dismissed his restraining order request against Kim Kramer,...
  • Judge OKs wrongful-death lawsuit's continuation

    A federal judge has ruled that the family of Allyssa Squirrell, an 11-year-old Huntington Beach girl killed two years ago in a Junior Lifeguards training accident, can proceed with its lawsuit against the city, according to media reports. Rick and Pam...