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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...
The owner of a downtown restaurant reached a tentative agreement Friday with the head of a political action organization who he said threatened his employees. The court ordered Alessandro Pirozzi, the owner of Cucina Alessa in downtown Huntington Beach,...
T-Mobile is asking a federal court to grant it the right to start building two cell towers disguised as palm trees in two city parks, one of which would stand next to an elementary school. T-Mobile West Corp. filed an appeal Dec. 13 to override a U.S....
Tags: Justice System, Laws, Human Interest, Politics, Construction
Do you love witnessing a live culinary competition and being a judge too? Join Orange County Sunday Night Chef Fight at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Standards of Excellence showroom in Huntington Beach. At the event, they'll be crowning a new "Champion Chef of...
Recently, I was walking at the Bolsa Chica wetlands. A group of photographers on the bridge had their attention fixed not on the clusters of birds gathering to fish, but on a thin line of white smoke rising about a half-mile in the distance, near the...
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...
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...
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...
Tags: Local Government, Lawyers, Justice System, Oregon, Punishment
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...
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...
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...
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...
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