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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...
  • In The Pipeline: Aren't there any better duties for Rizzo?

    Once again, Huntington Beach was splashed all over the news. And once again, it found itself wiping away more proverbial egg from its face. Little did Robert Rizzo imagine how different life would soon become last March when he was arrested after...
  • Sunset annexation on hold

    Huntington Beach's annexation of Sunset Beach is on hold until the Orange County Superior Court makes a final hearing, the court decided Wednesday. Judge Frederick P. Horn set a hearing date for March 2 during proceedings for a lawsuit filed by the...
  • Dwyer case may go to court

    The dispute over the planned solar panels at Dwyer Middle School may soon head to court, an attorney said during a student rally Jan. 27. Ryan Easter of the Irvine-based firm Palmieri, Tyler, Wiener, Wilhelm & Waldron said he had been in talks with a...
  • Man charged with vehicular manslaughter after death of 4-month-old

    A Huntington Beach man was charged Jan. 20 with killing a 4-month-old girl in an alleged car crash that ejected the infant from the stroller her mother was pushing through a crosswalk. Robert Anthony Casares, 50, is charged with one misdemeanor count...
  • City responds to downtown plan lawsuit

    The Huntington Beach's city attorney's office has responded to a lawsuit challenging the city's plans to attract more business and tourism to its downtown. The legal team said the residents group Huntington Beach Neighbors has no evidence that the...
  • City Lights: Dwyer principal needs to be commended

    Meet Don Ruisinger, the Jim Joyce of Dwyer Middle School. Anyone who follows sports must remember the flack last year regarding Joyce, the Major League Baseball umpire whose blown call with two outs in the ninth inning thwarted what would have been the...
  • 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...
  • Resident files claim for totaled 911 Carrera Cabriolet

    A Huntington Beach public works employee driving a city truck injured a resident and totaled his Porsche last month after running a red light, according to a legal claim filed against the city. The employee, who was driving a city-owned 2005 Chevrolet...
  • Man rearrested in child pornography case

    Man rearrested in child pornography case
    Police rearrested a Huntington Beach man last week and transferred him to federal custody on suspicion of distributing child pornography after the case was accepted by the U.S. attorney's office. He was taken into custody in Fountain Valley and booked...
  • Jury acquits teacher in student sex case

    A Huntington Beach resident and Oxford Academy teacher has been acquitted of sexual acts with a teenage girl. The jury delivered its verdict Monday on Christopher John Ontiveros, who taught history at the Cypress campus in the Anaheim Union High School...
  • Arraignment delayed for teachers accused of sexual relationship with minor

    Arraignment delayed for teachers accused of sexual relationship with minor
    The arraignment for a Mesa View Middle School teacher and her husband facing charges of having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy has been postponed to June 2. Attorney John Drummond Barnett, who represents Gay Davidson-Shepard, asked for the...