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  • Family sues city after son's suicide

    Seventeen-year-old Matthew Cline, who committed suicide in July, could have been saved if the Huntington Beach Police Department had acted differently, Cline's parents allege in a Nov. 13 legal complaint. Police failed to warn the family when they...
  • Woman sues day spa over treatment

    A Northern California woman is suing Groupon and a Huntington Beach day spa claiming she purchased online vouchers for a treatment that left her with chemical burns. Rebecca Fisher of Hayward has taken action against an owner and employee of CloudMover...
  • Police arrest six more in riot case

    Huntington Beach police have arrested six additional suspects on charges related to the disturbance at the end of the U.S. Open of Surfing in July. According to a statement from police, the arrests, made since August, bring to 20 the number of people who...
  • 2 women ordered to stand trial in Kim Pham beating death

    2 women ordered to stand trial in Kim Pham beating death
    Two women were ordered Tuesday to stand trial for murder in the death of a 23-year-old woman who was beaten during an altercation outside a popular Santa Ana nightspot. The ruling followed a two-day hearing with attorneys dissecting the shaky and...
  • H.B. man confesses to ATM thefts

    A Huntington Beach man has admitted to stealing ATMs, containing thousands of dollars in cash, across Orange and Los Angeles counties. Richard Allen Clements, 50, pleaded guilty in Los Angeles Superior Court on Monday to one count of grand theft....
  • Bill Morehouse: Driver's sentence for killing daughter is 'crazy'

     Bill Morehouse: Driver's sentence for killing daughter is 'crazy'
    Bill Morehouse says he has been trapped in a horror story since his daughter, Kelly, died a year ago in crash involving an impaired driver. "I haven't slept a night since she's died," he said Tuesday. "If I get four hours, I'm lucky. The doctors give me...
  • Council rejects campaign donation restriction, repeals sex offender law

    In an effort to make the Huntington Beach City Council more transparent, Mayor Pro Tem Joe Shaw suggested to his colleagues that they adopt the same campaign contribution practices that the city's Planning Commission abides by. The proposal failed on...
  • Ocean View suing Rainbow waste management

    The Ocean View School District has filed a lawsuit alleging that a Huntington Beach waste-management facility is a threat to the health of low-income schoolchildren across the street. The claim, filed Dec. 10 in Orange County Superior Court, accuses...
  • City's noise ordinance at heart of lawsuit

    A Huntington Beach resident has sued the city, the Police Department and an officer, claiming that the officer entered his apartment without a warrant during the investigation of a noise complaint. Lawyer Mark Eisenberg filed the Orange County Superior...
  • Woman used embezzled money for breast surgery, SUVs

    A Huntington Beach woman who embezzled more than $750,000 from her employers was sentenced Friday to eight years in state prison. Lisa Jeanette Dorman, 43, pleaded guilty in May 22 to two counts of grand theft embezzlement, nine counts of money...
  • Commentary: Remember Kelly, and help increase penalties for drunk driving

    As long as I walk this earth, I will never forget the exact moment, 11:45 p.m. June 1, 2013, when the call came in. It was Chanel Fugnetti with news that just moments earlier, Kelly Blue Morehouse had succumbed to injuries suffered in a motorcycle...
  • Notebook: Citizen Police Academy has an eager recruit

    First in a series. Having been on the Huntington Beach beat for more than a year and a half, I've come to learn that being an officer in the city's Police Department is tough work. I've had opportunities to see firsthand how committed the officers are...