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  • Man charged with molesting relative at F.V. furniture store

    A Southern California man has been charged with molesting a young female relative of his in the Fountain Valley furniture store that he owns and operates, law enforcement officials said. Jaime Gonazlez, 75, faces a felony count of lewd acts on a child,...
  • Investigation focuses on doctor in drug deaths

    Investigation focuses on doctor in drug deaths
    The Medical Board of California has launched an investigation into a string of 16 fatal overdoses tied to powerful narcotics prescribed by a prominent Orange County physician. Dr. Van Vu, a pain management specialist in Huntington Beach, was featured in...
  • Sex offender challenges city bans

    A registered sex offender has filed suit against four Orange County cities, challenging the constitutionality of a law that bans sex offenders from using public parks, beaches and even some roadways. The lawsuit is aimed at Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach,...
  • Court rejects Sunset annexation appeal

    An appellate court has rejected an appeal by a Sunset Beach residents' group of the coastal area's annexation by Huntington Beach, shooting down the group's argument that Sunset residents should not be forced to pay the same taxes as the rest of the city....
  • Disability lawsuit targets Fred's, Pierside

    Disability lawsuit targets Fred's, Pierside
    A longtime activist for the rights of disabled people has sued Fred's Mexican Café and the Pierside Pavilion complex in Huntington Beach for alleged failures to comply with state and federal disability laws and with the state's civil rights law and health...
  • Shea Homes gets green light from state

    It took only 10 years and several rejections and lawsuits, but on Thursday, the California Coastal Commission approved the Shea Homes housing project near the Bolsa Chica wetlands, to the dismay of local environmentalists. The commission voted 6 to 2...
  • FPPC complaint targets H.B. councilman

    A Huntington Beach resident has filed a conflict of interest complaint with the state against Councilman Keith Bohr for allegedly voting on a project of which Bohr's company authored the building plans. Resident Jeff Smith, who opposed the Pierside...
  • Woods' conviction upheld

    An appeals court has upheld the conviction of a Huntington Beach man who fatally struck a 14-year-old bicyclist with his truck. Jeffrey Woods, who was found guilty in November 2009 of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and sentenced to six...
  • Sunset annexation on hold

    Huntington Beach's annexation of Sunset Beach is on hold until the Orange County Superior Court makes a final hearing, the court decided Wednesday. Judge Frederick P. Horn set a hearing date for March 2 during proceedings for a lawsuit filed by the...
  • Pair pleads not guilty to selling cocaine in HB restaurant

    A waitress and a man who allegedly assisted her with selling cocaine at a popular downtown bar and restaurant pleaded not guilty Tuesday to the sale and transportation of a controlled substance. Police arrested Brynn Ashley Boucher, 24, and Victor Mac...
  • Police Files

    AREA 1 Duchess Lane: Vandalism was reported in the 16300 block at 12:38 a.m. Sunday. The caller said some kids threw feces on the caller's son's truck. Nichols Lane: A loud party was reported in the 16800 block at 1:06 a.m. Sunday. The caller said...
  • Trial for man charged in 1988 death begins

    The man accused of stabbing to death a Sunset Beach man and then setting him and his apartment on fire in 1988 began opening statements Wednesday. Paul Gentile Smith, 50, began trial for the murder of his long-time friend from high school Robert Haugen....