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  • H.B. officer put on leave

    A Huntington Beach police officer charged with conspiring to illegally dismiss a traffic citation was placed on administrative leave from the department, a spokesman said. Officer Erik Krause was suspended more than a month ago as the department launched...
  • Former Pegasus teacher with HIV files lawsuit

    A lawsuit has been filed against the Pegasus School in Huntington Beach by an HIV-positive teacher who claims he was harassed and then forced to quit under threat. Science teacher and Irvine resident Matthew Edmondson is accusing the head of the school...
  • Couple sues city over condition of sidewalk

    A Tustin couple has sued Huntington Beach over a bicycle accident in which the wife was injured after her wheel became lodged in a crevice in the pavement. Darlene and Gerald Goens, who filed the lawsuit June 1, claim that she suffered injuries that...
  • The 40-year-old swimmer

    The 40-year-old swimmer
    It's sure to be a swim down memory lane for Steve West. The Huntington Beach resident is headed for Omaha this weekend for the 2012U.S. Olympic TeamTrials in men's swimming. West is no stranger to competing for a spot on an U.S. Olympic team; he'll be...
  • Man charged in Halloween attack

    A Huntington Beach man was charged Wednesday with breaking into an Anaheim couple's residence on Halloween night and sexually assaulting a woman as she slept next to her husband. Christopher David Schwanke, 35, allegedly broke into the victim's home...
  • Vote pending on cell towers

    Huntington Beach and the wireless company T-Mobile held community meetings last week to introduce new proposed locations for cell towers, continuing a process that has sparked lawsuits and resident protests in recent years. The meetings, held to get...
  • Dekraai pleads not guilty

    SANTA ANA — The Huntington Beach man accused of walking into a Seal Beach salon and killing eight people pleaded not guilty Tuesday in front of a courtroom packed with emotional family members and friends of the victims. A preliminary hearing was...
  • Pastor-coach pleads not guilty

    A pastor and youth soccer coach pleaded not guilty this week to charges that he possessed child pornography and molested an 8-year-old Huntington Beach girl. Christopher Raymond Olague, 39, of Westminster was arrested in October by the Huntington Beach...
  • Former teacher may face extra year in prison

    A former middle school teacher charged with having sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy may face an additional year in prison after being arrested again last week. Gay Davidson-Shepard, who retired this spring from Mesa View Middle School, was...
  • Man pleads not guilty to hit-and-run

    A Huntington Beach man pleaded not guilty last week to charges that he drove on a suspended license and hit another driver, causing him severe brain injuries, then left the scene, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Oscar Paz, 31,...
  • Homeless man convicted of hate crime

    A white homeless Huntington Beach man was convicted Thursday of committing a hate crime against a Hispanic woman and sentenced to three years of formal probation and 180 days in county jail, according to the Orange County district attorney's office....
  • Accused stabber to be tried as adult

    Accused stabber to be tried as adult
    The teenager charged with murdering a 19-year-old man during a fight in a Huntington Beach park will be tried as an adult, the Orange County district attorney's office said Tuesday. Jesse Shockey, 16, of Garden Grove, is charged with one felony count...