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Trials and Arbitration

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  • Roberts hearing to continue Thursday

    The preliminary hearing for a former Huntington Beach police officer accused of 20 felony counts, including rape and sodomy, is expected to continue Thursday . James Roberts III, 34, is charged with alleged acts against his wife, an alleged mistress...
  • Former officer will face 19 counts

    Former officer will face 19 counts
    The preliminary hearing for a former Huntington Beach police officer came to a close Thursday afternoon with the judge upholding 19 of the 20 felony charges, including rape and sodomy. Superior Court Judge Richard J. Beacom agreed to move forward with...
  • Police arrest man accused of multiple assaults

    Police arrest man accused of multiple assaults
    An Alaskan sex offender is being held in custody for $1-million bail after pleading not guilty to assaulting two women in Huntington Beach and pushing a pregnant woman into the street. Las Vegas resident Kenneth Anthony Huskey, 25, pleaded not guilty...
  • City Council denies cell tower permits

    The Huntington Beach City Council voted Monday night to revoke two of T-Mobile's wireless permits to build cell towers in two city parks, one near an elementary school. The council voted 6 to 1, with Councilman Don Hansen dissenting, at a special meeting...
  • Former officer's lawyer questions ex-wife

    Former officer's lawyer questions ex-wife
    The defense attorney for a former Huntington Beach police officer accused of 20 felony counts including rape and sodomy pointed out inconsistencies in the testimony of the officer's ex-wife Friday in the second day of his preliminary hearing. The...
  • Former officer's ex-wife testifies

    The preliminary hearing for a former Huntington Beach police officer accused of 20 felony counts, including rape and sodomy, began last week with his ex-wife taking the stand. The prosecution and defense questioned former Officer James Roberts III's ex-...
  • Land Trust sues over Ridge

    A local environmental organization filed a lawsuit today to stop a housing development on a portion of a former archeological site near the Bolsa Chica Wetlands and to order the city to properly analyze its impacts on the area. The Bolsa Chica Land Trust...
  • Neighbor group lawsuit has trial date

    A Huntington Beach grassroots organization that wants to limit growth downtown and the number of liquor licenses is moving forward with litigation against a project that will increase development, with a trial date this winter. The Huntington Beach...
  • Viles named MVP at All-Star game

    Viles named MVP at All-Star game
    Edison High quarterback Matt Viles was awarded the offensive MVP on Friday at the 51st annual Brea Lions Orange County All-Star football game at Orange Coast College. Viles guided the South on a late drive that nearly chewed up 7:38 of the fourth-...
  • City harassed me about trees, man says

    A Huntington Beach man is suing the city for allegedly harassing him about palm trees in his front yard and forcing him to remove them. Charles Atchisson filed a lawsuit June 12 against the city for being a nuisance and intentionally causing emotional...
  • U.S. Open of Surfing Events Schedule

    Today 7 a.m.: Venue opens 8 a.m.-7 p.m.: Festival Village open 8-11:27 a.m.: Men's Surf (round 4, heats 1-8) 8 a.m.-Noon: Open Skate (Public Park) 8 a.m.-7 p.m.: Nike, Inc. Retail Store open 10-11:30 a.m.: Surfers' Hall of Fame ceremony...
  • Utility tax goes to the voters

    Huntington Beach will soon have a choice to update and lower a long-standing utility tax, but officials warn not passing the new measure will take away nearly $6 million annually in revenue that would normally go to public services. The City Council...