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Huntington Beach is host of the world surfing championships, held annually every summer. Because of this world famous event, its history, and culture of surfing the city has been nicknamed "Surf City." Huntington Beach has also been labeled the "Surfing Capital of the World" for the reliable quality of the surf. Aside from the sponsored surfing events, the city is known for having some of the best surf breaks in the State of California and in the United States.

Population: 189594
Local Newspapers: Huntington Beach News Huntington Beach Independent Orange County Register
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Zip Codes associated with huntington beach, california: 92646 92647 92648 92649
Towns/Cities near huntington beach, california : Garfield Yorktown Oak View Newland Adams

Huntington Beach News
Best of Orange County 2017: Best auto repair

Car mechanics are like doctors when you find a good one, you are going to be loyal to that good one. ExperTec's customers have been loyal to ExperTec since President Roy Daneshavske opened his first shop in Huntington Beach 24 years ago.

Best of Orange County 2017: Best dog park

There is a mile and a quarter of doggy heaven along Pacific Coast Highway it's the only place in the county where off-leash dogs can play on the beach and in the water. Huntington Dog Beach, located between Seapoint Avenue and 21st Street, draws locals and visitors alike; on any given day you'll find off-leash pups of all shapes and sizes joyously cooling off in the waves or running along the sand with their owners.

Judge rules state used misleading language in summary of ballot measure to repeal California gas tax

Assemblyman Travis Allen, center in red tie, is flanked by State Sen. Bob Hertzberg and Charles Munger Jr. in 2014. A judge tentatively ruled Tuesday that the state-written title and summary of an initiative to repeal the recent gas-tax increases were misleading and should be rewritten by the state Attorney General's Office.

Enrolling Now: Comprehensive California Family Law Training

If you have just hung your shingle out there as a California family lawyer, or are planning on doing so, The Rutter Group's CFLR is offering a three-day seminar that can teach you and your staff the ins and outs of California family practice: Basic Training: Family Law . Experienced practitioners and their support staff can benefit by learning the current best practices and procedures from leading experts in the field and the current Supervising Judge of the Los Angeles County Court Family Law Division.

Man Convicted Of Murdering Jewish Doctor After Botched Penis Surgery

A California man was sentenced Friday to life in prison after being convicted of murdering a prominent Jewish doctor who he blamed for a botched procedure that left him incontinent. In 2013, Stanwood Elkus, then 75, drove more than 50 miles to shoot Dr. Ronald Gilbert in his office after making an appointment the previous week under an assumed name.

Huntington Beach council delays approval of General Plan for future years

HUNTINGTON BEACH The process of creating a 25-year update to the city's General Plan began in March 2014. So what's a couple of weeks more? On Monday, Sept.

Knife-wielding suspect in Huntington Beach case that prompted...

A detective stops for a moment to look again at the scene where two officers and one suspect were hospitalized after a call for a man with a knife turned into an officer-involved shooting in Huntington Beach on Thursday, Sept. 7. Garrett Meyer, 29, was arrested in connection with an officer involved shooting on Sept.

How We Connect - A Key Take-Away From 2017 FFR University

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Sept. 19, 2017 : Until recently, Jonathan Billiot's day was filled with the "to-dos" of his job including addressing emails, case designs, and communications with other team members at Ark Financial Group, Austin, Texas.

Newport Beach man who impersonated fire marshal gets 6 months in jail

A 37-year-old Newport Beach resident who last week pleaded guilty to impersonating a fire marshal and charging businesses for fraudulent inspections was sentenced Monday, Sept. 18, to six months in jail.

Residents help kick off Shop & Dine Week in Lake Forest

The NightinGales, Jennifer Lambert, of Newport Beach, Lili Bray, of Huntington Beach and Meredith Woodson, of Huntington Beach, an Andrews Sisters inspired trio, sang old favorites from the 40's in Lake Forest on Sunday, September 17, 2017. Jawad Moujtahed, 11, and Arya Semnani, 11, both of Lake Forest, ham it up at the photo booth in Lake Forest on Sunday, September 17, 2017.

Greg Escalante, champion of Lowbrow artists, dies

In his 30s and several years out of college, where he had studied art and been bored by much of it, Greg Escalante saw a skateboarding magazine and was so bowled over by the artwork on the cover that he spent the rest of his life championing the genre it represented - what came to be known as Lowbrow art. As a gallery owner, curator, collector, writer and all-around cheerleader, Mr. Escalante furthered the work of countless artists in that brash, eye-popping genre, notably through Juxtapoz, the art magazine he helped bring into being.

Orange County Latinos want desal water now

In this March 11, 2015, file photo, a worker climbs stairs among some of the 2,000 pressure vessels used to convert seawater into fresh water through reverse osmosis in the western hemisphere's largest desalination plant in Carlsbad, Calif. The Orange County Water District's mission is to provide the 2.4 million people it serves with a reliable, adequate, high-quality water supply at the lowest reasonable cost in an environmentally responsible manner.

Things to do in Orange County, Sept. 15-21

Youths perform a traditional dance from the Marshall Islands during the 6th Annual Pacific Islander Festival in Huntington Beach. The event will feature island food, art exhibits and live cultural demonstrations.

Revamped Norman L. Worthy Park draws flock of fans for rededication

Bracketed on two sides by Huntington Beach High, Norman L. Worthy Park showed off its extensive facelift at a rededication ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 7. The official pickleball ambassador of Huntington Beach, Diana Abruscato celebrates the installation of four permanent lighted courts at Worthy Park on Thursday, Sept, 7. City leaders, family of Norman L. Worthy and pickleball enthusiasts celebrate the rededication of Worthy Park, named for the "father of the Huntington Beach park system, on Thursday, Sept.

Second ballot measure proposed to repeal gas tax

A proposal for a second ballot measure to repeal a new 12-cent-per-gallon gas tax was filed with the state Thursday, with backers boasting that they've already gotten pledges from 200,000 Californians to sign the petition to qualify the initiative. The gas tax - with an accompanying vehicle registration fee of about $50 for the average car - was approved by the state Legislature earlier this year to pay for $52 billion in transportation improvements over the next decade.

a Thrill of the hunta : Why bargain stores succeed as traditional retailers stumble

Liz Merritt, Visual Manager for Goodwill, holds a fan in front of her face in the higher end thrift store, RARE in Anaheim, CA on Monday, June 12, 2017. Goodwill has opened up a handful of higher end thrift stores in Orange County, including RARE in Anaheim on Monday, June 12, 2017.

California state Assembly approves resolution denouncing Trump's decision on DACA

Immigrants and supporters march in Los Angeles on Sunday to oppose President Trump's order to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program. After some intense exchanges on the house floor, the California state Assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution that condemned President Trump for his decision to rescind a program for people who were brought into the country illegally as children.

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