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  • Girl files claim against city after crosswalk accident

    A 13-year-old Ontario girl has filed a claim against the city of Huntington Beach after she was struck by a vehicle in a downtown crosswalk. According to the claim, Autumn McDonough was struck at 6:59 p.m. Nov. 22 in a marked crosswalk at Main Street and...
  • 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...
  • Man charged with attacking officer

    A Midway City man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to aggravated assault charges for allegedly attacking a Huntington Beach police officer who responded to a fight in front of a hotel, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Nam Viet Hong Vo...
  • 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...
  • Seahawks continue league dominance

    Seahawks continue league dominance
    The Ocean View boys' basketball won another Golden West League championship Feb. 1, crushing Loara, 77-39. Since then, the Seahawks routed league foe Santa Ana and on Saturday scored a 92-80 nonleague victory over Mission Viejo, the No. 2-ranked team in...
  • Joe Surf: Beach, surfing event for Down Syndrome

    Former Angel Rex Hudler's and his wife Jennifer's foundation, Team Up for Down Syndrome, is partnering with the International Surfing Museum to put on an event called "Surf's Up For Down Syndrome" on Feb. 3 at Sandy's Beach Grill and on the sand on the...
  • Girls' Volleyball: Oilers move past Sailors

    Girls' Volleyball: Oilers move past Sailors
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — The second Sunset League girls' volleyball match between Newport Harbor High and Huntington Beach began like the first one. The Oilers won the first two sets. Newport Harbor Coach Dan Glenn hoped Tuesday's match would end like...
  • Steinberg: Horrigan helps young athletes play it safe

    Athletes are attracted to participate in sports at the high school level because of the bonding, competition and the many invaluable life lessons that they learn. Unfortunately, an adolescent body is still in the growing process and subject to a greater...
  • LeRoy Grannis dies at 93; photographer documented California surf culture of the 1960s and '70s

    LeRoy Grannis dies at 93; photographer documented California surf culture of the 1960s and '70s
    LeRoy Grannis, a noted photographer whose widely printed images captured and popularized the surf culture of California as it exploded in the 1960s and '70s, has died. He was 93. Grannis, who also co-founded what is now Surfing magazine, died Thursday of...
  • Police cracking down on bicycle, motorist violations

    Bicyclists and motorists in five cities will have to be careful to abide by traffic rules Saturday and Feb. 24 when police officers in various cities will be conducting a special enforcement detail targeting areas where bicycles and motorists are on the...
  • The Coastal Gardener: The legend of O.C.'s wild tomatoes

    I often feel sorry for my daughter. But at least she'll have plenty of stories to tell her children. About five years ago, I recall doing my best to convince her to come with me on an all-day, far-fetched attempt to locate the last wild tomatoes in...
  • Nearly 2 Dozen Maimed Seagulls Found in Huntington Beach

    Nearly 2 Dozen Maimed Seagulls Found in Huntington Beach
    HUNTINGTON BEACH (KTLA) -- Nearly two dozen maimed seagulls have been recovered on or near Huntington Beach, and authorities say the injuries to the birds appear to be intentional. The seagulls have been so severely harmed that they have needed to be...