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  • H.B. man killed by police was due in court in 2 DUI cases

     H.B. man killed by police was due in court in 2 DUI cases
    A motorist who was shot and killed by Huntington Beach police Saturday, allegedly after he pulled a handgun on officers, had court proceedings scheduled for next month in two DUI cases, records show.
  • Off-duty LAPD officer arrested in lewd-conduct case in H.B.

    A Huntington Beach man who was arrested on suspicion of committing a lewd act in public was identified as an off-duty Los Angeles police officer, officials said. Huntington Beach police arrested Ryan Eric Galliher, 33, near Bolsa Chica Street and Los...

    3 questions: Where Huntington Beach City Council candidates stand on the issues

    Two incumbents and nine challengers are running for four spots on the seven-member Huntington Beach City Council. The Huntington Beach Independent asked each candidate the same three questions: 1) How would you address the problems downtown (alcohol,...

    Reporter's Notebook: Guns, knives and second chances — my night as a 'policeman'

    Reporter's Notebook: Guns, knives and second chances — my night as a 'policeman'
    Sixth in a series.  It was the session that my classmates and I in the Huntington Beach Citizens Academy had been looking forward to the most. We knew that in the eighth week of the program, we would get to act like police officers for a night. During...

    Candidates for H.B. council, city attorney stake out positions at final forum

    More than 100 people gathered at the Huntington Beach Central Library on Thursday evening to hear candidates for City Council and city attorney make their case one more time before the public hits the polls Nov. 4. The League of Women Voters of...