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  • PBS SoCal names new members of governing board

    PBS SoCal, which operated out of Golden West College as KOCE-TV for nearly 40 years, has added seven community and business leaders to its governing board. The new additions to the KOCE-TV Foundation Board of Directors are Julia Argyros, a supporter...
  • City Lights: Intolerance still in the background

    I didn't meet an openly gay person — at least, one of my generation — until my freshman year at UC Irvine. The resident advisor for my dorm announced casually to her group during welcome week that she was a member of the campus group Irvine...
  • Greer's OC: Grand opening for 'endless' fun

    Here's a first for SoCal: Endless Food & Fun is a new giant entertainment and food center in Huntington Beach that offers something for everyone — nearly 50,000 square feet of space filled with best of arcade games, one of the largest and most...
  • H.B. man gets 10 months for punching, killing bar patron

    A Huntington Beach man was sentenced Friday to 10 months in jail and three years of informal probation after pleading guilty to punching and killing a 24-year-old bar patron, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Oscar Raul Medina-...
  • Segerstrom Center program promises eclectic variety

    Segerstrom Center program promises eclectic variety
    The Segerstrom Center for the Arts on Jan. 13 will kick off its first-ever Off Center Festival, an eclectic nine-day program showcasing cutting-edge theater, music and dance, hip-hop, mash poetry and performance art. Aimed at drawing audiences that...
  • H.B.'s top stories of 2011

    Here are the Independent's other top stories of 2011: * 2. Little Leaguers go big The Ocean View Little League Majors All-Star team went on a historic journey during the summer. The Huntington Beach squad captured Section 10 and Southern California...
  • City Lights: Movie experience still worthwhile

    On New Year's Day, my wife and I saw Martin Scorsese's "Hugo" at the Cinemark at Bella Terra. For those who haven't seen it yet, it's about a young orphan who lives in a train station in Paris and finds escape through the silent movies that play at the...
  • H.B. man convicted of hit-and-run

    A Huntington Beach man was convicted Thursday of a hit-and-run accident that left a bicyclist dead. Adam Carl Garrett, 19, pleaded guilty to a court offer to one felony count of hit-and-run causing death and one misdemeanor count of vehicular...
  • Bicyclist injured in collision with SUV

    A 76-year-old man sustained serious injuries after his bicycle collided with an SUV on the late morning of Jan. 12 in Huntington Beach. Police responded to the scene of the accident on Heil Avenue, west of Goldenwest Street, about 11:40 a.m. and found...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Ex-Charger Warde earns All-American honor Former Edison High star Danielle Warde was one of four UC Irvine players named to the Assn. of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches All-America teams. Courtney Collyer (Santa Barbara), Jessy Cardey (Poly, Riverside) and...
  • Parole denied for dealer, killer

    The parole hearing of a drug dealer convicted of stabbing to death a 27-year-old tennis player over $20 worth of drugs was denied Tuesday after Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas opposed it. Ehriberto Arcelara, 47, was sentenced to 16...
  • Getting better with age

    Getting better with age
    Art Hernandez is ready to hold court. It's something he's become accustomed to. The long-time Huntington Beach resident has several national senior tennis titles to his credit — seven to be exact — and on Friday begins defense of a...