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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
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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
Two brothers found fatally shot in Huntington Beach apartment

Police responded to a medical emergency call from the apartment in the 15700 block of Taft Lane at about 2:45 p.m. Sunday and found the two men dead, according to police spokeswoman Angela Bennett. Officers found a handgun at the scene, but Bennett said Monday that it's too early to say definitively whether it was used in the shooting.

Los Angeles man, Buena Park woman sentenced in firefighter gear theft

NEWPORT BEACH >> A man and woman pleaded guilty Monday and were sentenced to 90 to 280 days in jail for stealing the uniforms and equipment of firefighters in Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Anaheim. Travis Austin Alexander, 33, of Los Angeles, pleaded guilty to burglary and possession of a controlled substance, both misdemeanors, according to court records.

Father gets 6 years in prison for joining son in beating Huntington...

Darryl Headrick, left, and Bryce Headrick, right, have both pleaded guilty to attacking a Huntington Beach police officer. Booking photos courtesy of the Orange County District Attorney's Office.

Eva Kilgore: An old Italian favorite returns to a new Huntington Beach location

With 140 years of experience in the food industry, Barilla has given Italians good food for generations. Now Italian family-owned food company, established in 1877, is opening Casa Barilla in South Coast Plaza.

Spend New Yeara s Eve with Dirty Heads and Young the Giant in Costa Mesa

Youn the Giant will perform during Resolution NYC's two-day fest at the OC Fair & Event Center on Sunday, Dec. 31 in Costa Mesa. If you don't want to waste another New Year's Eve on the couch watching TV and counting down 'til the ball drops, you can ring in the New Year by partying with the Dirty Heads and Young the Giant at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa.

Runners in Huntington Beach to 'wobble' to provide water to villages worldwide

In a small village in Guatemala, two wells built with money raised in the Thanksgiving run gave residents dents in the developing country something to be thankful for. Each year the Turkey Wobble, a Thanksgiving Day run, raises money for CauseLife, an organization that drills wells in villages worldwide to give people in poverty access to clean water.

Hopeful Healing provides day of fun for crime survivors

Yolanda Castaneda, top right, watches her daughter Sienna bowl with Noah during the Crime Survivors' Thanksgiving Hopeful Healing Day and Meal Basket Program at Irvine Lanes in Irvine on Sunday, November 19, 2017. Yolanda Castaneda, top right, watches her daughter Sienna bowl with Noah during the Crime Survivors' Thanksgiving Hopeful Healing Day and Meal Basket Program at Irvine Lanes in Irvine on Sunday, November 19, 2017.

Two dead from gunshots in Huntington Beach following distressed call

Huntington Beach Police investigate the scene where two men were found dead with gunshot wounds on the 15700-block of Taft Lane in Huntington Beach on Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017. Two men died from gunshot wounds Sunday afternoon, Nov. 19, inside a Huntington Beach home after police received a distressed call from inside the home.

Huntington Beach desalination plant challenged in court

Workers paint the scaffolding for the roof that will cover the walls of filters used in desalination and are in place at Poseidon Water's desalination plant site in Carlsbad. A coalition of non-profits is asking a superior court to reverse a state agency's decision to greenlight a long-proposed, controversial desalination plant in Huntington Beach.

Here's why these Republicans think they can be elected governor in deep-blue California

Left, Travis Allen, a California State assemblyman from Huntington Beach, addresses Republican donors at the home of Arcadia Mayor Peter Amundson on Oct. 7. Right, John H. Cox, a GOP candidate for governor, appears at the Anaheim Marriott on Oct. 21. Left, Travis Allen, a California State assemblyman from Huntington Beach, addresses Republican donors at the home of Arcadia Mayor Peter Amundson on Oct. 7. Right, John H. Cox, a GOP candidate for governor, appears at the Anaheim Marriott on Oct. 21. Assemblyman Travis Allen and businessman John Cox, two politicians unfamiliar to most Californians, share an audacious goal that no Republican has achieved in more than a decade: to be elected governor of the Golden State.

Martina McBride still wowing fans

A cowboy boot-wearing Martina McBride fan checks out the rest of the Pacific Amphitheatre's summer lineup before the show Thursday night. Brent Rich and Karie Maldonado, of Anaheim, pose for a photo before the start of Martina McBride's performance at Pacific Amphitheatre Thursday night.

Suspected bomb making materials found in car in Huntington Beach, Lawndale arrestee named

Mark Stephen Winn, 65, of Lawndale, was booked into the Orange County Jail on suspicion of making a destructive device without a permit; possession/transfer of a firearm with serial numbers altered; possession of narcotic paraphernalia; having a suspended or revoked license and two outstanding misdemeanor warrants, according to Officer Angela Bennett, spokeswoman for the Huntington Beach Police Department. An Orange County Jail booking log lists Winn's occupation as a laborer.

Magewell USB Devices Voted Best Capture Hardware by Streaming Media Users

NANJING, China: Magewell is honored to announce that the company's USB Capture Plus family of plug-and-play, external video capture devices has won the 2017 Streaming Media Readers' Choice Award in the 'Capture Hardware' category. Regarded as one of the most prestigious accolades in the online video industry, the award was presented during the Streaming Media West conference and exhibition in Huntington Beach, California.

Students at Huntington Beach's Sowers Middle School celebrate World Fit Walk championship

Students throw a giant wrecking ball trying to knock each other off their pedestal at Sowers Middle School in Huntington Beach, California, on Thursday, November 16, 2017. Olympic water polo players Genai Kerr of the U.S., center, Michael Zellmer of Germany, left, visit with Sowers Middle Schoolers during a trophy presentation for the school's World Fit win in Huntington Beach, California, on Thursday, November 16, 2017.

CHS band on a roll to state competition

"We made it to championships! The kids are very excited about it," said Melanie Riley-Gonzalez, CHS Director of Bands and Orchestras. "This year is special because we are competing in a higher division than we have ever been and we are being successful."

Man arrested, bomb squad called after Huntington Beach police find...

Around 4:15 p.m. police received a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Beach Boulevard and Terry Drive, Officer Angela Bennett, spokeswoman for the Huntington Beach Police Department said in a statement. The Orange County Sheriff's Department Bomb Squad was summoned shortly after 6 p.m. and the immediate area was evacuated as a precaution.

Sheriff's helicopter dumps water on woman while practicing to fight fires

Orange County Sheriff's helicopter makes water drop as 80 firefighters from Newport Beach, Orange County Fire Authority and Laguna Beach, fight a 20 acre bush fire off the 73 toll road, which broke out about 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon, September 2, 2017. An Orange County Sheriff's helicopter practicing firefighting techniques in Huntington Beach last month inadvertently dumped water on a woman standing outside a plumbing business, generating questions about whether the department is as-yet skilled enough to fight fires.

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