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  • City Council candidate Mark Rolfes focuses on high-density housing, Poseidon, safety

    City Council candidate Mark Rolfes focuses on high-density housing, Poseidon, safety

    Every few weeks, Mark Rolfes and some of his friends from Huntington Beach would gather to discuss issues facing the community. High-density housing, the proposed Poseidon desalination plant and public safety were among the hot topics. Something had to change, Rolfes thought. So the 19-year resident...

  • Boys' Cross-Country Preview: Hype begins to build for Burroughs

    Boys' Cross-Country Preview: Hype begins to build for Burroughs

    Indians are highly ranked, while Burbank, Bellarmine-Jefferson, Providence look to make impact in league.

  • Wetlands celebrates 10 years

    Wetlands celebrates 10 years

    The Amigos de Bolsa Chica recently celebrated the 10th anniversary of a tidal inlet project for the Bolsa Chica wetlands that allowed ocean waters to flow into the area for the first time in more than 100 years. The inlet, near Pacific Coast Highway and Seapoint Street, opened in the early hours...

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  • Newport Beach forum to focus on Costa Mesa ballot measures

    Costa Mesa ballot measures will be the focus of discussion during Thursday's Wake Up Newport forum. During the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce-hosted event, Costa Mesa Mayor Pro Tem Jim Righeimer will speak about eight ballot measures that Costa Mesa voters will consider in November, with topics...

  • Appeals court rejects former Hollywood exec's allegations of police abuse

    Appeals court rejects former Hollywood exec's allegations of police abuse

    A federal appeals court Monday firmly rejected a former Hollywood and bank executive’s allegations that he was beaten by Los Angeles police officers and maligned by union officials. The decision by a panel of judges from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld lower court rulings in lawsuits Brian...

  • Sanitary District sues Caltrans over sewer pipe repair made in 1992

    The Costa Mesa Sanitary District is taking the California Department of Transportation to court over allegedly substandard work done by a contractor hired by the state agency more than two decades ago to repair a district sewer line. The district's complaint, filed earlier this month in Orange...

  • Costa Mesa police arrest man on suspicion of pimping

    A felon arrested in Costa Mesa on suspicion of pimping a young woman and possessing a loaded firearm with the serial number removed has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him, prosecutors said Monday. Adam Rocky Trinidad, 24, of Fresno was charged with felony counts of pimping, pandering,...

  • Search for missing H.B. woman with dementia called off

    Search for missing H.B. woman with dementia called off

    The search for a missing Huntington Beach woman with dementia whose car was found abandoned in the mountains has been called off and will not be continued, Huntington Beach police said. Willie Jean Norman, 81, went missing Aug. 10. The search for her was called off because of the Blue Cut fire,...

  • Costa Mesa adobe celebration looks back on early California

    Costa Mesa adobe celebration looks back on early California

    The Costa Mesa Historical Society offered free public tours and other activities Sunday at Estancia Park to mark 50 years of restoration and preservation of the park's Diego Sepulveda Adobe. The event, dubbed Early California Days, celebrated the history of the adobe, a museum that contains artifacts...

  • Police: Arrested woman barricaded herself at Johnny Rockets

    A Huntington Beach woman was arrested Sunday afternoon after wielding a knife and barricading herself in a downtown restaurant, police said. Ashleigh Pearce, 31, was arrested on suspicion of brandishing a deadly weapon, violating parole and resisting arrest, said Huntington Beach police Lt. John...

  • Police: Man killed after truck, Prius hit him along Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach

    A pedestrian died early Saturday morning after being struck by two vehicles traveling along Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach police said. After officers arrived at Beach and Terry Drive around 2:30 a.m., they discovered a deceased man in the street. Police said they believe the man was outside...

  • 'Viva Trump!' Small but vocal group of Latinos rally for Trump in Orange County

    'Viva Trump!' Small but vocal group of Latinos rally for Trump in Orange County

    Chanting “Viva Trump,” several dozen Latino supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a peaceful rally Sunday in front of Anaheim City Hall. “He’s the man,” Marco Gutierrez, a co-founder of Latinos for Trump, said of the candidate. “He speaks the language of the heart. He...

  • Football: This week's top 25 rankings by The Times

    1. MATER DEI (1-0).2. ST. JOHN BOSCO (1-0).3. CORONA CENTENNIAL (1-0).4. MISSION VIEJO (1-0).5. NARBONNE (1-0).6. OAKS CHRISTIAN (1-0).7. VISA MURRIETA (1-0).8. CHAMINADE (0-1).9. LONG BEACH POLY (1-0).10. LA MIRADA (1-0).11. SERVITE (1-0).12. ST. BONAVENTURE (1-0).13. MURRIETA VALLEY (1-0).14....

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