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April 8, 2010
A Long Beach woman filed a claim with the city after a Huntington Beach police officer allegedly hit her vehicle. Thung Tran, 26, filed a claim, the precursor to a lawsuit, March 31 for an unknown amount after a car accident earlier that month. Tran was driving along Temple Avenue in Long Beach around noon at the same time Brian Seitz, an on-duty Huntington Beach police officer, was attempting to make a U-turn on Temple Avenue, according to the claim. As Seitz started to turn his brown Chevy Malibu, the front left of his car “clipped” the right front of Tran’s white Toyota Sienna, according to the claim.
SPORTS
October 18, 2007
The Huntington Beach Green Chargers opened Pop Warner Football postseason play Saturday with a 25-0 shutout victory over Long Beach in a Jr. Pee Wee Division game. Huntington?s other Jr. Pee Wee Division team, the White Chargers, also had success in their playoff opener and also won by shutout over a Long Beach team, winning 12-0. Huntington 25, Long Beach 0 The undefeated Green Chargers exploded in the second half, scoring two quick touchdowns to turn a precarious, 6-0 halftime lead into a rout.
LOCAL
June 7, 2007
EDITOR'S NOTE : These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. May 20 -- 26 Michael A. Hill, 38, Los Angeles Jody K. Koop, 42, Riverside Laurence D. McCarty, 21, Huntington Beach Leah M. Hollenbeck, 24, Huntington Beach Cody B. Lasswell, 27, Huntington Beach Paul M. Nelson, 25, Fullerton Loy A. Geddes, 67, Huntington Beach Nathan C. Kowarsky, 25, Irvine Timothy M. Gonzalez, 23, La Habra Gammaliel Medina, 19, Huntington Beach Gary R. Reynolds, 49, Weston Kyle E. Warner, 19, Huntington Beach Brigitte M. Williams, 19, Aliso Viejo Wade J. Draper, 35, Fountain Valley Wesley J. Poirier, 24, Huntington Beach Scott C. Warren, 23, Fountain Valley Corina S. Denton, 28, Irvine Angela R. Smith, 25, Huntington Beach Brian M. Cronin, 30, Long Beach Joeanne M. Manzala, 23, Lake Forrest Daniel R. Morris, 52, Huntington Beach Andrew Fernandez, 26, Huntington Beach Ramiro Hernandez, 47, Huntington Beach Julie L. Krabbe, 46, Garden Grove Michael S. Delessandro, 48, Huntington Beach Christine M. Hoyt, 23, Irvine Jack A. Bazz, 19, Long Beach Fernando Sandoval-Garcia, 32, Santa Ana Christopher S. Keller, 22, Seal Beach Weslee R. Lutes, 26, Costa Mesa Lindsay S. Vaughan, 27, Corona Del Mar May 27 -- June...
LOCAL
January 28, 2009
EDITOR’S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty.   Maureen Patricia Slattery, 44, Huntington Beach Arien V. Yang, 17, Huntington Beach Lyndsay Roush, 21, Long Beach Andy Chhun, 18, Irvine Joshua Lee Harper, 30, Venice Beach Jessica Grace Grinder, 21, Buena Park Guy Mitchell Cusson, 22, Huntington Beach Trent A. Labreak, 25, Huntington Beach Kyle Anthony Hughes, 19, Westminster Giovani Sarjanovic, 21, Huntington Beach Scott Anthony Macaluso, 19, Westminster Judy Ann Heitman, 57, Santa Ana Alexander Cassin George, 22, Huntington Beach Miranda Jane Ayala, 24, Huntington Beach Kelley Ann Johnson, 21, Long Beach Edwin Martin Gonzalez, 20, Huntington Beach Stephen Gary Sachs, 47, Corona del Mar Stephen Edward Tierney, 42, Huntington Beach Nickalas James Smithee, 24, Huntington Beach Marie Bannister Madrazo, 20, Huntington Beach Joanna Panzer, 55, Huntington Beach Michael Clayton Moore, 41, Huntington Beach Robert Thomas Roth, 29, Huntington Beach Jeffery Noel, Simmons, 20, Huntington Beach Robert Desmond Golding, 20, Huntington Beach Bassil Aish, 41, Huntington Beach John Stephen Benz, 43, Huntington Beach Jaime Hernandez, 33, Garden Grove David Marcias, 21, Yucaipa Hayley Rae Remolacio, 19, Santa...
NEWS
February 3, 2005
These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. Matthew R. Gunter, 27, Huntington Beach Peter Bozek, 25, Los Alamitos Jeffrey D. Atkin, 30, Long Beach Jason A. Gronstrand, 31, Bellflower Johnny Kozakovsky, 30, Huntington Beach Oden M. Edwards, 34, Long Beach Steven P. Deering, 22, Tustin Daniel P. Myers, 43, Lancaster Daniel Neugebauer, 20, Huntington Beach Michael Nelson, 28, Laguna Niguel Janet L. Gingras, 30, Long Beach Kathryn N. Gatewood, 27, Costa Mesa Antoni C. Gardner, 23, Artesia
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April 30, 2014
Editor's note: This email was also sent to Huntington Beach Councilman Jim Katapodis, who responds below. Let me start with this basic question of Councilman Jim Katapodis: What is the difference between plastic bags and Styrofoam containers environmentally? Why is it you voted to ban bags but voted against a polystyrene ban? Why don't council members want to allow the residents their given right to vote on issues that affect them? Do you not represent the taxpayers? At least let us decide the direction we should take and not force us to follow an anarchistic approach based on your own interests and agenda.
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NEWS
By Chris Epting | April 7, 2014
I recently went to the LeBard Park fields, where Seaview plays its Little League baseball games, and I had a chance to see the new marker that was placed this season for Greg Willard. He was the beloved Seaview Little League board member - and former NBA referee - who died last year. I wrote about Willard in this column last year, and the tribute to him at the fields was touching. While there, I also learned an interesting story about a food truck that was parked at the fields.
SPORTS
January 2, 2014
The HB Breakers, an AYSO Extras Under-11 girls' soccer team, concluded their successful postseason by sweeping the AYSO Section 11 Extra League Cup playoffs Dec. 14-15 in Cypress. AYSO Section 11 consists of 68 separate regions spanning as far north as East LA and south to the border of Mexico. All of the teams are comprised of selected players chosen to represent their respective area regions. The teams who participate in the League Cup playoffs are invited based on the results of their fall season standings.
NEWS
By Anthony Clark Carpio | December 11, 2013
In Matthew Harper's nearly three years on the Huntington Beach City Council, he has built a reputation as conservative, pro-business and unfraid to put in his 2 cents. He always comes to the meetings prepared, whether he intends to speak for or against an item. On occasion, he'll get into a little back-and-fourth with colleagues. "He'll irritate a lot of people, and being truthful isn't something that is easy to swallow," said his father, William Harper. "He tries to be tactful, but he's got his priorities set pretty firmly.
NEWS
December 2, 2013
Huntington Beach police have arrested six additional suspects on charges related to the disturbance at the end of the U.S. Open of Surfing in July. According to a statement from police, the arrests, made since August, bring to 20 the number of people who have been taken into custody in connection with the melee July 28, when attendees of the surfing competition took to the streets of downtown Huntington Beach, causing several thousands of dollars in damage. Michael Andrew Wilson Millard, 26, of Victorville, was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, arson, vandalism, refusing to disperse and inciting a riot.
SPORTS
September 11, 2013
Huntington Beach Oilers Clinic Division team came out strong in its first game of the 2013 Jr. All-American Football Season Saturday against the Long Beach Jackrabbits and scored a convincing, 36-13 victory at Huntington Beach High. Jonah Del Rosario of the Oilers dominated on both offense and defense. Huntington was quick to score behind an unstoppable offensive line. The first touchdown came on a quarterback run by Nate Skorheim with solid performances by Aden Eckenwiler , Blake Gilbert , Lyrik Fata , Andrew Ancona , Joseph Vardayo , Jordan Gozon , Riley Rozenkranz and Halu Ikeda . Skorheim also laid out a perfect scoring pass to Del Rosario for the Oilers' second touchdown.
SPORTS
July 31, 2013
Huntington Beach Surf Lifesaving Assn. finished fifth in the Chapter A division competition and seventh, overall, Saturday at the 31st annual California Surf Life Saving Championships at the Newport Beach Pier. Nearly 2,000 competitors ranging in age from 8 to 17 from nearly 30 agencies in Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, San Diego, Long Beach, L.A. County, California State Parks, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz competed at the two-day event. The competition included ocean swims, beach runs and rescue paddleboard races.
SPORTS
July 24, 2013
Ocean lifeguards from throughout the state will test their skills Friday and Saturday at the 31st annual California Surf Life Saving Championships and California Junior Lifeguard Championships at the south side of the Newport Beach Pier in Newport Beach. The Junior Lifeguard Regional is Friday and the California Lifeguards competition is Saturday. Nearly 2,000 competitors ranging in age from 8 to 17 will come from nearly 30 agencies in Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Laguna Beach, San Diego, Long Beach, LA County, California State Parks, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | July 10, 2013
Two long standing annual summer prep football events get underway locally in the coming week. The 2013 Edison Passing Tournament, in its 15th year, is Saturday at the Edison High football fields. Sixteen teams will compete in seven-on-seven pool-play competition leading up to championship play starting at 1 p.m. This year's field of competitors is composed of a strong group of teams, Edison Coach Dave White said. "I think this may be the best field in the 15 years we have run this tournament," White said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rhea Mahbubani | June 19, 2013
Lloyd Glick has played the trumpet for almost 80 years. Forty of those have been with the Huntington Beach Concert Band, where he is the oldest player and the only remaining pioneer member. "I just love playing the trumpet and enjoy the companionship of musical groups," said Glick, 89, who has also spent time with community bands in Los Angeles, Lakewood, Long Beach and Fountain Valley. "It's second nature for me. " Starting this weekend, the 80-piece troupe will host a concert series at 5 p.m. every Sunday throughl Sept.
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