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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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There is an initiative heading for the ballot that "Eliminates recently enacted road repair and transportation funding by repealing revenues dedicated for those purposes." Well, what if we told you that was the title of an initiative put forward by Assemblyman Travis Allen, R-Huntington Beach, to repeal the recently enacted gas tax increases? That title and a similarly slanted summary were crafted by the state Attorney General's Office, and have drawn the ire of the assemblyman and supporters hoping to repeal the higher gas and diesel taxes that the Legislative Analyst's Office estimated will total $2.9 billion next year.Potential Trade Candidates At The 2017 MLB Trade Deadline
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Christian Hosoi practices for the for Van's U.S. Open of Surfing's skate contest a few years ago. Skate and BMX fans will have plenty of entertainment on the sand, with some of the world's best athletes showcasing their skills for the Vans Park Series.3 Hospitalized After Car Crashes Into Valley Glen Starbucks
CBS2 / KCAL9 CBS2/KCAL9 is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country. CBS Studio City Broadcast Center 4200 Radford Avenue Studio City, CA  3 Hospitalized After Car Crashes Into Valley Glen Starbucks Eight people were in the area when a vehicle collided with another car trying to make a turn, sending one of the cars into side of the building at Victory and Coldwater Canyon and spraying glass and chunks of the building inside.Swim and Active Collective Shows Highlight 2018 Trends, Brisk Business
Swimwear and activewear buyers got a leg up on the action and preview of spring 2018 trends during last week's Swim Collective and Active Collective shows, which wrapped up on Tuesday in Huntington Beach, Calif., ahead of Miami Swim Week.U.S. Open of Surfing: Best places to park, find shuttles for Huntington Beach festival
If you plan to come down to the U.S. Open of Surfing , know that parking during the event can be a stressful task. Even with big parking lots dotting downtown Huntington Beach, you could end up frustrated as you compete with the hundreds of thousands of other people battling for a spot.Marsai Martin may be young, but she's pulling the biggest 'black-ish' laughs
It's not every day that a kid is one of the most memorable and laugh-out-loud funny characters on a sitcom. But Marsai Martin is one of those kids with her character Diane on "black-ish."Collage art fundraiser for homeless young adults nets $4,000
Susan Mondragon of Huntington Beach, left, and 17-year-old Hannah Hallinan of Lakewood, made collages together and donated several to benefit Build Futures, a Huntington Beach-based nonprofit that assists homeless teens and young adults. The two also attended the fundraiser held at Seal Beach Center for Spiritual Living in Seal Beach, where $4,000 was raised in one weekend.Local Entrepreneurs Prepare the Pit for Dickey's Opening in September
LAKEWOOD, Calif., July 18, 2017 : Dickey's Barbecue Pit investor Kelvin Solomon was first introduced to Dickey's by his business partner, Phillip Peoples. Entrepreneurs and longtime friends, Solomon and Peoples founded the PK Group, Inc. and were on the lookout for a restaurant franchise.Wish You Were Here: Myanmar's mystique
The images are hypnotic: fishing boats in the early-morning sun, pagodas gleaming in the afternoon light, children grinning at a window. Huntington Beach photographer David Heath captured them during 18 visits to the Southeast Asian country of Myanmar, also called Burma, an odyssey by canoe, plane, boat, train and foot.The future of California's signature tool to fight climate change is...
Gov. Jerry Brown is flanked by Assembly Republicans Chad Mayes, left, Tom Berryhill and Devon Mathis as he leaves a news conference after the Legislature approved a pair of climate change bills. Gov. Jerry Brown is flanked by Assembly Republicans Chad Mayes, left, Tom Berryhill and Devon Mathis as he leaves a news conference after the Legislature approved a pair of climate change bills.USC president tries to quell outrage over drug allegations against former medical school dean
Acknowledging widespread concern on campus, USC President C.L. Max Nikias said Tuesday the university would "examine and address" a report in The Times that its former medical school dean abused drugs and associated with criminals and drug users. Nikias, speaking about the controversy for the first time in a letter to the campus community, said that "we understand the frustrations expressed about this situation" involving Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito and "we are working to determine how we can best prevent these kinds of circumstances moving forward."Man who fell off paddleboard in Huntington Harbour rescued after 25-minute search
A man on a rented paddleboard was pulled from the water in Huntington Harbour after going missing for 25 minutes Tuesday afternoon, authorities said. The man was stand-up paddleboarding with a relative in Huntington Harbour at about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 18, when he fell off his board and did not resurface, Huntington Beach Fire Capt.Editor's Pick: S- Line
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Taco de Calamares features local squid, squid ink tortilla, peanuts and purslane at Taco Maria. The SoCo eatery in Costa Mesa will offer a $39 three course meal, available Thursday through Sunday only, during Costa Mesa Restaurant Week that kicks off Friday, Aug. 15. Nearly 60 restaurants will participate in the weeklong event.A California businessman born in former Soviet Union also attended Trump Jr. meeting
Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer to obtain derogatory information about Hillary Clinton in June 2016 was attended by a California businessman born in the former Soviet republic of Georgia, according to two people familiar with the meeting. Irakly "Ike" Kaveladze, a 52-year-old businessman from Huntington Beach, was the 8th individual at the controversial meeting, The Times has learned.Letter: Keep short-term rentals out of our neighborhoods
The City Council is concerned about rental housing and has the Planning Commission working to preserve housing and neighborhoods by examining short-term rentals. In Santa Cruz, we are being hard hit by short-term rentals.
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