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  • Pro volleyball player suing city

    Olivia Waldowski, a professional volleyball player, filed a lawsuit against Huntington Beach and the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour after getting injured while competing during an event in June in the city. Waldowski was injured by a piece of lumber...
  • Man charged with felonies for meeting with teen

    Man charged with felonies for meeting with teen
    A 54-year-old man accused of having sexual contact with a 14-year-old boy pleaded not guilty Tuesday to three felony counts. Stanton resident Mark Aime Brosseau was charged with felony lewd acts upon a child, contacting a child with the intent to...
  • Man arrested in felony hate crime

    A Huntington Beach man arrested last week faces hate crime charges for allegedly yelling at a black woman and attacking her white friend. John Keihl DeLoach, 20, was charged Monday with felony hate crime battery causing injury and felony hate crime...
  • Officer arrested on forcible sodomy charges

    A Garden Grove police officer was expected to be arraigned Wednesday for forcibly sodomizing two women last year. Huntington Beach resident Jesse Andrew Green, 33, was charged Tuesday with two felony counts of forcible sodomy, according to the Orange...
  • Trial set for January in Dane Williams case

    Trial set for January in Dane Williams  case
    The San Diego man accused of murdering and sexually assaulting Huntington Beach resident Dane Williams is expected to begin trial in January. Philong Huynh, 40, is expected to begin trial in San Diego Superior Court at 9 a.m. Jan. 11 for allegedly...
  • Solar panel construction begins at Dwyer

    Solar panel construction begins at Dwyer
    Construction has begun on the solar panels at Dwyer Middle School, with 11 black T-shaped supports lining the front lawn below the historic building's entrance. Jon Archibald, the assistant superintendent of administrative services for the Huntington...
  • Looking ahead to 2011

    Life in Huntington Beach is never dull, and anything can become an issue with the city's flock of community activists, vocal neighbors and concerned parents. This year promises to stay just as interesting. Here is a list of items sure to keep making...
  • Man sentenced in Craigslist sex sting

    Man sentenced in Craigslist sex sting
    A Mission Viejo man caught in a Craigslist sting soliciting a 13-year-old girl for sex pleaded guilty Tuesday to four felony charges. Howard Houchen Wang, 38, pleaded guilty to attempting lewd acts upon a child younger than 14, luring a child with the...
  • City responds to lawsuit about former officer

    Huntington Beach is fighting back against accusations that officials covered for a former officer accused of rape, assault and sodomy. In a recent response to a lawsuit filed against the city by the ex-wife of former Officer James Roberts, who is charged...
  • Mother pleads guilty to kidnapping daughter

    Mother pleads guilty to kidnapping daughter
    A Huntington Beach woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to kidnapping her 4-year-old daughter from a Newport Beach restaurant last spring. Angela Marie Aiton, 34, was sentenced to 123 days in jail and three years' probation after pleading guilty to felony...
  • Deputy sentenced for false report, firing gun in home

    A former Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputy was sentenced Thursday to a year in jail for filing a false police report against her ex-husband and shooting a gun inside her house toward where children were playing out front. Westminster resident...
  • Suspected burglar pleads not guilty

    Suspected burglar pleads not guilty
    A Huntington Beach man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to breaking into a local elementary school while carrying child pornography. Celso Solano Arcos, 21, was changed with felony second-degree burglary, possession of child pornography and vandalism causing...