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  • 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...
  • Bohr grapples with bankruptcy, home foreclosure

    Huntington Beach City Councilman Keith Bohr appears to be mired in financial difficulties that include an attempted foreclosure on his house, a bankruptcy filed for a downtown-based company he co-owns, and a lawsuit by a lender asking him to pay millions....
  • Man sues Police Department over personal information

    A developmentally disabled resident is suing the Huntington Beach Police Department for allegedly allowing information about his condition to get out, which he claims led to harassment by neighbors. John Patrick Rogers, whose criminal record goes back to...
  • Family sues city over fire pit accident

    The family of a boy who sustained severe burns after falling into a Huntington Beach fire pit has sued the city, according to the Orange County Register. Six-year-old Seth Richardson fell backward into the smoldering fire pit at Huntington City Beach...
  • Lawsuit claims police misconduct

    A Huntington Beach couple has sued the city, the Police Department and two police officers, claiming the officers entered their home without a warrant, then falsely arrested and inappropriately touched one of them. Lt. Mitch O'Brien said the...
  • Claim filed against city

    A man and woman have filed a claim against Huntington Beach, saying they suffered physical and emotional damages after police entered their home and arrested the man during an argument. Stephanie Costantino of Huntington Beach and Sean Silverthorne of...
  • Mobile home dispute goes to court

    The battle between Huntington Beach and a mobile home park over a denied attempt to allow residents to buy the land under their coaches is playing out in court. The city attorney's office responded last month to a lawsuit filed in August by the Pacific...
  • Salon victim's family seeks damages

    Family members of the ex-wife of Scott Dekraai, the man charged with killing eight people in a Seal Beach salon, filed a wrongful death lawsuit against him Friday seeking unspecified damages. Joseph and Geraldine Burke, the parents of shooting victim...
  • Bohr, Cathay Bank reach confidential settlement

    Huntington Beach City Councilman Keith Bohr, who for months was tangled up with financial difficulties, including a bankruptcy, a lawsuit by a lender and an attempted foreclosure on his house, seems to be getting his finances in order, according to...
  • School district sues H.B. over project

    The Ocean View School District has sued the city of Huntington Beach over a proposed mixed-use project that it claims would cause overcrowding and other problems in nearby schools. The lawsuit, filed Jan. 23, demands that the city more fully analyze...
  • Lawsuit claims assault, false arrest

    A woman has sued the Huntington Beach Police Department, its chief, one of its officers and the city after claiming she was falsely imprisoned and beaten by an officer while on a night out in downtown. Marcia Moses filed the lawsuit in January claiming...