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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.
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92646 92647 92648 92649
Towns/Cities near huntington beach, california : Garfield Yorktown Oak View Newland Adams
Man Arrested in Stabbing Death of Victim in OB
A young man has been arrested in the killing of a victim in Ocean Beach last summer - an attack that seemed unprovoked and rattled the community. Noah Jackson, 19, was taken into custody Tuesday in Huntington Beach, California, for the stabbing death of Walter "Ras" Riley, 65. On June 22, 2017, just before 12:30 a.m., San Diego Police Department officers were called to Bacon Street near Newport Avenue to investigate reports of a man attacking another man.Huntington Beach Police Chief Robert Handy's contract extended...
Despite recent controversies, Huntington Beach Police Chief Robert Handy had his contract extended through 2023 by the City Council. It has been a rough year for Huntington Beach Police Chief Robert Handy.Trio of authors highlight local American Association of University Women's annual luncheon
Authors Anne Perry, Aline Ohanesian and Abbi Waxman are the featured speakers at the 26th annual Authors Luncheon of the Tri-City Branch of the American Association of University Women, 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. Saturday, March 17 at Old Ranch Country Club, 3901 Lampson Ave, Seal Beach. The local branch represents Huntington Beach, Fountain Valley and Westminster.Cold air mass brings big chill to Southland
Steam rises off Rick Rzeszewski of Tustin after he poured hot water over his head following a surf outing amid frigid air and cold water temperatures at sunrise in Huntington Beach. "After being in that cold water, it feels wonderful," said Rzeszewski, a pastor who surfs early in the morning before the crowds arrive.Apple and Facebook settle dispute over iOS-based subscription services
Apple and Facebook have settled issues on its plan to launch a subscription service for publishers on the iOS app. Previously available for Android devices, Facebook also intends on rolling the feature out come March.OCWD blocks study of alternatives to Poseidon, misleading State Lands Commission.
Representatives of the Orange County Water District gave false information at a public hearing of the California State Lands Commission to push a proposed $1 billion ocean desalination plant closer to final approval. The developer, Poseidon Resources, wants to build the desal plant on state-owned coastal land in southeast Huntington Beach .Huntington Beach Film Festival documentary looks into challenges of...
Huntington Beach's Central Park and efforts and struggles of volunteers to keep it up are the subject of the documentary "Saving Green" by local filmmaker Matt Hanlon at the Huntington Beach Film Festival, Saturday, Feb. 24. Huntington Beach resident Matt Hanlon, 26, debuts his 20-minute documentary "Saving Green" at the Huntington Beach Film Festival, Saturday, Feb. 24. Jean Nagy, founder of the Huntington Beach Tree Society, is profiled in "Saving Green," a documentary about volunteers who have fought to keep up city parks for 20 years. The movie debuts Saturday, Feb. 24 at the Huntington Beach Film Festival.Orange County's Best Shops For Swimwear
The weather is heating up Summer is quickly approaching, and time to show the world what has been hiding under those jeans and oversized sweaters all winter. There is no need to feel insecure on the beach in your itsy-bitsy yellow polka-dot bikini, when designers are creating swimwear styles that flatter every woman's luscious curves.Mile Square Tet celebration bring New Year closer to home
The Lion Dance Team from Huntington Beach were among the performers at the 2018 Tet festival in Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley. A crowd enjoys an afternoon at the 2018 Tet festival in Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley.Caffeine addicts can safely spill out of Starbucks' drive-through
Customers at the grand opening of the In-N-Out Restaurant on Harbor Bouelvard in Costa Mesa. Q. Many mornings, as I travel north on State Highway 39 at Garfield Avenue, I encounter a line of cars waiting to pull into the drive-through of a Starbucks.Serial killer Alcalaa s spree to be on a 48 Hours Mysterya
Deputy District Attorney Matt Murphy is asking for the public's help in identifying women, young men, and children in dozens of photos seized when detectives searched a storage locker that Rodney Alcala rented in Seattle. If you know who these people are, contact Huntington Beach police detective Patrick Ellis, at 714-375-5066, or email at email@example.com.Woman struck, fatally injured by pickup truck in Huntington Beach
A 74-year-old woman was killed after a pickup truck hit her as she was walking or jogging the afternoon of Saturday, Feb. 17, officials said. The collision occurred near the intersection of Seapoint Street and Summit Drive, according to a statement released by the Huntington Beach Police Department.Orange County high school schedule: Tuesday, Feb. 20
SS PLAYOFFS Second Round DIVISION 1 Rancho Cucamonga at Los Alamitos Chino Hills at JSerra Esperanza at Santa Margarita Los Osos at Aliso Niguel Troy at Harvard-Westlake Huntington Beach at Upland, 5 p.m. DIVISION 2 Canyon/Anaheim at South Hills San Marcos at Cypress Corona del Mar at Temecula Valley, 5 p.m. Quartz Hill at El Dorado Sunny Hills at Valencia/Valencia, 5 p.m. Villa Park at Bishop Amat, 5 p.m. DIVISION 5 Sierra Vista at Santa Ana, 3 p.m. Animo Leadership at Westminster, 5 p.m. Los Amigos at Immaculate Heart DIVISION 6 Savanna vs. Academy of Academic Excellence at Brewster Park, 3 p.m. Oxford Academy at Hueneme, 3 p.m. Garden Grove at Rialto, 5 p.m.Serial killer's secret photos
When Huntington Beach, Calif., detectives searched Rodney Alcala's Seattle storage locker during the Robin Samsoe murder investigation in 1979, they discovered a cache of photos, many of them young women in suggestive, and even pornographic poses. In March 2010, after a third jury in 30 years handed Alcala a death sentence, Huntington Beach police released more than 100 of those photos hoping to identify the women and some children, and learn if Alcala claimed still more victims.Amazon, YouTube, Twitter Are Said to Eye Bids for NFL Rights
Register to become a member today. You'll get the essential information you need to do your job better, including Amazon, YouTube and Twitter are all weighing bids for streaming rights to "Thursday Night Football," according to people with knowledge of the matter, providing the latest evidence of technology companies' growing interest in live sports.It's also Civil War weekend at Calico Ghost Town, and National Forest fee free day on Monday.
Union soldiers load the cannons as they put on a demonstration in Huntington Beach in 2017. The Calico Ghost Town is holding a Civil War weekend on Feb. 17 and 18, 2018.Fish Pickins Redux: Briscoe continues to triumph in HB/Rainbow Dump Suit.
Naturally Briscoe wondered - because you would too if your responsibility as a school board trustee included the health and safety of Ocean View schoolkids - he wondered HOW IT COULD BE that, during the same period of years that the Southern California Air Quality Management District cited the Rainbow Dump EIGHTEEN times for noxious public nuisance violations, the County of Orange Health Care Agency and Huntington Beach Code Enforcement could find NOTHING WRONG with the place, allowing it to continue its stench and pollution mere feet from Oak View School year after year after year.
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