• Orange County Register
    “I like his ideals,” said Ruben Barreto Segura, a construction worker from Huntington Beach. “He’s a candidate who can topple Trump.” The registered Democrat said he likes that Sanders considers Americans of all races and ethnicities in his policy positions. Sanders organizers also engaged in some ballot harvesting, collecting mail-in ...
  • Orange County Register
    The only Orange County state seat now held by a Democrat that’s likely to see a competitive primary is the 74th Assembly District, which stretches along the coast from Huntington Beach to Laguna Beach and includes most of Irvine. Voter registration in the district favors the GOP by 2 percentage points, and that could make freshman Democratic ...
  • Orange County Register
    Although, if he were, it would be called, “Throw Momma From the Bullet Train.” Newsom’s appearances were a mixture of fawning fan girls, Trump-bashing and throwing the city of Huntington Beach under the bus. At one point on “The View,” guest co-host Tyra Banks asked Newsom a hard-hitting question about whether he would consider being ...
  • Orange County Register
    In Huntington Beach, Neil Campbell got a ballot that showed he’s a registered Republican. He shouldn’t be – an error occurred when he renewed his driver’s license, he said. “My first thought was, ‘Now how do I get to vote?’” Campbell said. “My second thought, or maybe third thought, was, ‘Is this really deliberate?
  • Orange County Register
    The only Orange County state seat now held by a Democrat that’s expected to see a competitive primary is AD-74, which stretches along the coast from Huntington Beach to Laguna Beach and includes most of Irvine. The district leans red, by 2 percentage ...
  • Dallas Morning News
    Cowards all! After their shameful and cowardly performance at the Senate impeachment trial, perhaps Republicans should change their mascot from that of the elephant to the yellow-bellied sapsucker, a North American woodpecker. Kenneth Zimmerman, Huntington Beach, Calif. Click here to submit a letter to the editor.
  • Sacramento Bee on MSN.com
    The Republican party opted out. The offices are in: Bakersfield, Brea, Camarillo, Fresno, Huntington Beach, Los Angeles, Modesto, Oakland, Oceanside, Palmdale, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside, Stockton and Walnut Creek. “The ballot measure is a distraction aimed at delaying important advances in protecting renters and building housing to ...
  • Orange County Register
    Great Park audit firm gives up accounting license, charged $550,000 in penalties by state After his golf cart is stolen, a Laguna Woods man turns into a successful sleuth Huntington Beach school board votes to close a school, oust transfers, lay off 29 teachers How Kobe Bryant helped connect Asian Americans with both Asia and America Laguna ...
  • Orange County Register
    Thankfully, the governor announced a deal had been reached concerning the state’s lawsuit against Huntington Beach on its compliance with low-cost housing construction. But that’s not how Huntington Beach Mayor Lyn Semeta saw it that very day. Is it a hollow victory? Some other areas suggest better direction for state resources, but the ...
  • Orange County Register
    The last time the city of Huntington Beach tried to bring its housing plan into compliance with state law, more than 200 residents turned out to protest the action. When the Huntington Beach Planning Commission took up a new plan on Tuesday, Jan. 14, more than three-fourths of the seats in the City Council chambers were empty. Nobody spoke out ...
  • Orange County Register
    Huntington Beach and California reached a tentative settlement of the state’s first-ever lawsuit accusing a city of ignoring state affordable housing requirements. In a letter sent Friday, Jan. 10, the California Department of Housing and Community Development said a proposed amendment to the city’s housing plans “meets the statutory ...
  • Times Union
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Huntington Beach has agreed to settle a state lawsuit that tried to force it to end years of opposition to meeting low-income housing goals. The tentative settlement revolves around a proposed amendment that would exempt housing projects from limits if they reserve at least 20% of the units for low-income families,
  • Los Angeles Times
    The Newsom administration is nearing a deal with Huntington Beach that would end a contentious lawsuit over the city’s alleged failure to plan for more affordable housing. — An anti-vaccine protester who allegedly threw a menstrual cup filled with blood onto California state senators last year has been charged with two felonies, according ...
  • San Francisco Chronicle
    But the only city that has challenged the law in court so far is he coastal community of Huntington Beach, with a population of 200,000. City officials said SB54 interfered with local law enforcement by limiting police authority to work cooperatively with immigration officers. An Orange County judge ruled in favor of Huntington Beach in ...
  • KTLA
    The Newsom administration is nearing a deal with Huntington Beach that would end a contentious lawsuit over the city’s alleged failure to plan for more affordable housing. In a letter sent to the Orange County city on Friday, state housing officials said a proposal to increase low-income housing development in the city would meet the terms of ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The city of Chula Vista has made progress in enforcing regulations that require short-term rentals to pay taxes, collecting more than $30,000 in taxes from 95 rentals in the past six months. City staffers said in late March that of about 375 rentals that had been advertised across the South Bay city,
  • OC Weekly
    “The holidays are here,” stated the Nov. 18 WalletHub press release. “And one thing they’re known for is encouraging indulgence, such as overeating and overspending, which can lead to unfortunate economic consequences. Americans are the fattest people in the world and every year sustain $150 – $210 billion in losses as a result. Plus ...
  • Orange County Register
    At the state level, this same tension recurs. At the end of October, an appeal was heard on the challenge the cities of Huntington Beach and Los Alamitos made to the same California laws banning assistance by state or local police to federal law enforcement efforts regarding immigration. How cities direct their own police departments ...
  • OC Weekly
    The 72-year-old sold himself on places such as FOX News as the hip “surfin’ congressman,” though on the occasions I saw him in the waters off Huntington Beach, he mostly sat idle on large body boards and looked fragile tackling foot-and-a-half waves. His repertoire of boneheadedness seemed boundless. Rohrabacher spent years demanding that ...
  • OC Weekly
    Having joined Los Alamitos and Huntington Beach residents taking their city officials to the 4th District Court of Appeals in Santa Ana last week over the racist political stunt that’s been the anti-Sanctuary State revolt, it’s a good moment to celebrate Orange County activism. It’s turning the tide locally and inspiring communities ...