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LOCAL
February 4, 2010
Drivers will need to plan ahead Sunday as runners take over Huntington Beach for the 14th annual Surf City Marathon The event, which includes a marathon, half-marathon, 5K run, children’s run and fitness expo, will cause many streets to be roped off. Pacific Coast Highway will be closed from Beach Boulevard to Warner Avenue from at 1 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, and several smaller streets will be closed between 6 and 9:30 a.m. Portions of...
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NEWS
January 29, 2010
A woman was fatally struck by a car while walking across Pacific Coast Highway in Sunset Beach on Thursday night. According to dispatcher Beth Smith of the California Highway Patrol, the woman was in a crosswalk when the vehicle struck her at about 9:20 p.m. at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Coral Cay Lane. The incident is being investigated by the highway patrol and not the Huntington Beach Police Department, since the collision occurred in county-owned Sunset Beach just over the city line.
LOCAL
January 28, 2010
Area 1 No crime reported in this area. Area 2 No crime reported in this area. Area 3 Main Street: A caller reported a vehicle theft in the 100 block at 11:47 p.m. Sunday. The dark gray GMC truck was parked in a structure, according to the caller. The woman was intoxicated, and officers gave her a ride home. Pacific Coast Highway: A caller reported an assault with a deadly weapon in the 300 block at 1:54 a.m. Saturday. Pacific Coast Highway: A caller reported a theft from a vehicle in the 16900 block at 10:12 a.m. Saturday.
FEATURES
By Michael Miller | January 28, 2010
There was a moment last week when I wasn’t sure I would live to write this column. That happened about 1 p.m. Jan. 19, as a tornado began pounding Huntington Beach while I was on my way to an interview at the Central Library. The rain wasn’t much more than a sprinkle when I left the newsroom, so I didn’t think much of driving out into it. I opted to take surface streets instead of the slick freeway, and that was that. Somewhere on Talbert Avenue, that sprinkle turned into possibly the heaviest downpour I have ever seen.
NEWS
January 19, 2010
A tornado is believed to have touched down in Sunset Beach, and parts of Pacific Coast Highway are closed for flooding due to heavy rains. Rain has flooded out several areas of Huntington Beach, causing authorities to close the southbound lanes of Pacific Coast Highway from Warner Avenue to Seapoint Avenue, said Lt. John Domingo of the Police Department. 12th Street and Crest Avenue and the 8400 block of Edinger Avenue have also experienced serious flooding, Domingo said. “Obviously, the weather is creating a problem for everyone,” he said.
NEWS
January 14, 2010
A Pasadena woman is claiming the city is liable for a biking accident that caused her to lose her sense of taste and smell. Janice Campbell, 46, filed a claim with the city Monday, alleging that negligence on its part led to her being struck by a cyclist in a crosswalk in Huntington Beach. A claim is the precursor for a lawsuit. Campbell is asking for an unknown amount of more than $10,000. She suffered traumatic head injury and lost her sense of taste and smell. According to the claim, the street lights were incorrectly timed with an insufficient lag time between red lights for traffic and green pedestrian signals.
NEWS
January 7, 2010
Last month, a group of supporters of the senior center wrote in the Huntington Beach Wave that the City Council hopefully “will vote to appeal the case to the Supreme Court if necessary and retain a team of highly competent litigators ... by using all legal and emotional arguments available.” I guess the supporters don’t think much of our city attorneys. Who is going to pay for these outside attorneys? The appeal of the senior center was privately funded.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia | December 25, 2009
Ralph Abinader was killed Thursday evening after the driver of the Ferrari he rode in crashed into a tow truck on Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach. The driver, whose name has not been released, was going westbound on Pacific Coast Highway, near Jamboree Road, in a Ferrari at an excessive rate of speed when he jumped the center divider and crashed head-on into the tow truck that was driving eastbound, said Newport Beach Sgt. Steve Burdette. The Ferrari split into two pieces and caught fire.
NEWS
December 3, 2009
Police arrested a Lakewood man on suspicion of driving under the influence after hitting a parked police car Saturday evening. Charles Dennis Gilson, 67, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol, hit-and-run and driving on a suspended license. Two Huntington Beach police officers were assisting a car that had broken down on Pacific Coast Highway and Seapoint Drive to shield the vehicle from oncoming traffic while it was waiting to be towed, said Lt. Russell Reinhart.
NEWS
By Britney Barnes | September 23, 2009
In years past, John Denver, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Steve Martin and countless other musicians rocked out in the spot where a half-dozen men gathered last Thursday to discuss bringing back a place that impacted all of their lives. Today, the spot holds paintings for sale, a few sculptures and, to the trained eye, an homage to its rock and roll past — framed photographs of the iconic building facade, a ticket stub and a book on its history. “This is why we are here.
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