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  • 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...
  • City responds to downtown plan lawsuit

    The Huntington Beach's city attorney's office has responded to a lawsuit challenging the city's plans to attract more business and tourism to its downtown. The legal team said the residents group Huntington Beach Neighbors has no evidence that the...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Man shot dead at park; suspects held

    Two Huntington Beach residents accused of fatally shooting a man in Murdy Park were charged Tuesday with murder. Derek Christopher Adams, 22, and Marissa Star Bilotti,19, were charged with felony murder for allegedly killing Garden Grove resident Gregory...
  • Man, 20, sentenced in hate crime assault

    A white Huntington Beach man was sentenced to four years in prison Friday after pleading guilty to hate crimes for yelling at a black woman and attacking her white friend. John Keihl DeLoach, 20, pleaded guilty to felony hate crime battery causing injury...
  • Woman pleads not guilty to DUI

    Two bicyclists are in critical condition after being hit Saturday in Huntington Beach by a 24-year-old Buena Park woman allegedly drinking peach-flavored vodka while driving, officials said. The bicyclists, two adult males, are in critical condition at a...
  • 5,335 adults booked into jail last year

    The Huntington Beach Police Department booked 5,335 adults into jail last year, 76% of them men, according to a report. The Police Department released its annual jail statistics for July 1, 2009, to June 30, 2010, for adults booked into the Huntington...
  • Roberts pleads not guilty

    Roberts pleads not guilty
    A former Huntington Beach police officer pleaded not guilty Tuesday to 20 felony charges, including rape and sodomy. James Roberts III, 34, is charged with alleged acts against his wife and an alleged mistress while serving as an HBPD officer. Roberts...
  • 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...