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About: huntington beach, california

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
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.

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 pellis@hbpd.org.

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.

Lazy Dog will build its fourth Bay Area restaurant on this site

At Lazy Dog restaurants, one of the signature dishes is chicken pot pie, which is made from scratch daily. In Newark, the massive hacienda-style building that for decades had been home to El Burro and later a sushi restaurant has been demolished.

Is the End of Verizon's Go90 Video App Near?

Tim Armstrong, CEO of Verizon's media unit Oath, signaled Tuesday that the operator's free mobile video platform Go90 could go away. Instead of a standalone service, Go90 is shifting into more of a content hub.

Mid-week notes: Janice Min, the LA Times and a big move in Sacramento

Interesting revelation on Tuesday from Janice Min, the editor who successfully reinvented the Hollywood Reporter. She told the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach that Tronc officials had approached her last year about taking a role at the Los Angeles Times.

SoundCloud aims to pay 'hundreds of thousands' of artists - CNET

Kerry Trainor, CEO of SoundCloud, has refocused the service on DIY musicians and those who break through the platform, like Lil Uzi Vert. SoundCloud expects to have hundreds of thousands of artists in payment program SoundCloud premier in the next couple years, CEO Kerry Trainor said in an interview Tuesday.

Magic Leap's pricing will cost you what a premium computer does - CNET

Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz and NBA Commissioner Adam Silver announce a partnership bringing pro-basketball experiences to Magic Leap's mixed-reality headsets. Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz said the mixed-reality startup's headset will cost about as much as a high-end desktop computer when it's released later this year, the first in what will be multiple products from the company.

A+E Chief Nancy Dubuc Talks Vice Culture Problems, Amazon Studios Job

"It doesn't happen overnight," the A+E Networks chairman and CEO says of enacting change at Vice Media, which has been the subject of reports about its toxic workplace culture for women. A+E Networks chief Nancy Dubuc on Tuesday spent much of her time onstage at the Code Media conference in Huntington Beach, California, defending the company's investment in Vice Media.

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