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  • Orange County Register
    Police on Friday arrested a high school wrestling coach who is suspected of having a sexual relationship with a female student at Marina High School in Huntington Beach, authorities said.
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    “We were looking for the differences — we found out we’re a lot more similar than different,” said Huntington Beach High School surf coach Andy Verdone, while standing on the sand Tuesday ...
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    Officers arrested a stolen-vehicle suspect Wednesday after he ditched a vehicle and ran onto the sand in Huntington Beach where an officer-involved shooting occurred with no one getting hit, police said. It started at about 2:50 a.m. when a Huntington Beach officer tried to stop a vehicle without license plates in the area of Adams Avenue and ...
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  • MyNewsLA
    Officers arrested a stolen vehicle suspect Wednesday after he ditched a vehicle and ran onto the sand in Huntington Beach, where an officer-involved shooting occurred in which no one was hit ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Two Huntington Beach officers did not use excessive force during a confrontation with a man who was on the beach after curfew, jurors in a federal civil trial in Santa Ana decided on Tuesday.
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  • Orange County Register
    American soldiers gained the country’s independence all over again Saturday, Feb. 15, in Huntington Beach Central Park. And they shall return on Sunday. For the first time, the Huntington Beach Historical Society is hosting a reenactment of the American Revolution – on the same battleground as the annual Civil War Days. Saturday’s event ...
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  • Orange County Register
    American soldiers gained the country’s independence all over again Saturday, Feb. 15, in Huntington Beach Central Park. And they shall return on Sunday. The Huntington Beach Historical Society ...
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  • Orange County Register
    A 38-year-old motorist was killed early Saturday, Feb. 15 when his vehicle crashed into a parked construction trailer in Huntington Beach, a police sergeant said. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene, Huntington Beach Police Sgt. Joshua Page said. He was the sole occupant in the vehicle. He was identified as Bryan Ball of Newport Beach ...
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  • Orange County Register
    A 38-year-old motorist was killed early Saturday, Feb. 15 when his vehicle crashed into a parked construction trailer in Huntington Beach, a police sergeant said. The driver, a resident of Newport Beach, was pronounced dead at the scene, Huntington Beach Police Sgt. Joshua Page said. He was the sole occupant inside the vehicle. His name has not ...
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  • Orange County Register
    More efficient, ocean-friendly natural gas generators have gone online ahead of schedule at AES power plants in Huntington Beach and Long Beach, although timing for demolition of older ...
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    Sawyer Lindblad, of San Clemente, earned the win for the U18 division and U16 division at the USA Surfing Prime event held in Huntington Beach. (Photo courtesy of Kurt Steinmetz) San Clemente ...
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  • Orange County Register
    Huntington Beach company Airtech International will pay a $95,208 penalty for unauthorized industrial stormwater discharges, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Monday, Feb. 10. Airtech manufactures products for the aerospace and automotive industries – among them, vacuum bag connectors and hoses, cutting tools, shrink tape and ...
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  • Orange County Register
    A 94-year-old woman died Friday after the car she was driving collided with a car driven by an 86-year-old woman in Huntington Beach. The crash occurred about 2 p.m. near the intersection of Warner Avenue and Ash Lane, when the 94-year-old Huntington Beach woman’s 1997 Saturn collided with the 86-year-old woman’s silver 2004 Mercedes-Benz ...
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  • ABC7 San Francisco
    HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. -- Huntington Beach's civil defense sirens sounded early Friday morning in a false alarm that warned residents of a non-existent tsunami. "There is no current threat to our community and we are working to determine exactly how/why the sirens were activated," the city's fire department said on Twitter. The police ...
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  • Fox 5 San Diego
    HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Some Huntington Beach residents got a rude awakening Friday when the city’s emergency alert sirens were activated at about 4 a.m., raising fears of a tsunami or other emergency situation, but city officials said it was a false alarm. According to the city, the sirens were “inadvertently activated.”
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