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  • Virtual insight to a new school

    Kiley Jahn, 16, might be living the teenage dream. She wakes up every morning, sits up and goes to school on her laptop. When her mother thinks it's time for a break, she straps on her roller skates and takes a few turns around the block. Her grades...
  • Body of Second Missing Swimmer Found

    Body of Second Missing Swimmer Found
    BOLSA CHICA -- Authorities found the body of Johnshua Lee Tuesday afternoon, more than a week after he and a friend were swept away by a riptide in Huntington Beach. Lee's body was found floating in the water at the Naval Station in Seal Beach at about 6...
  • In The Pipeline: Crash plan needs explanation

    A couple of weeks ago, I received an e-mail alert, as I do whenever the words "Huntington Beach" appear in an online news story. From Associated Press, no less, it read in part like this: "HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. — Nonresidents who cause car...
  • All About Food: Younger Pearsons keeping it fresh

    All About Food: Younger Pearsons keeping it fresh
    On Coast Highway, tucked under the bridge that goes over the Back Bay is a little piece of Orange County history: a shack, floating on pontoons, where the Pearson family has been selling fish and seafood since 1970. It was then that Huntington Beach...
  • First-time candidate favors economic development

    First-time candidate favors economic development
    Matthew Harper, a first-time Huntington Beach City Council candidate, has been involved in politics in some way — and often several ways at once — since he graduated from USC. In addition to 12 years as a trustee with the Huntington Beach...
  • Racqueting up the game

    Racqueting up the game
    COSTA MESA — It all started in 1999, when friends Clay Peterson and Johnny McCray bought neighboring homes on East 20th Street. While unpacking, Peterson came upon a wooden tennis racquet and they started to hit balls in Peterson's tennis court....
  • Newcomer Nguyen

    Newcomer Nguyen
    Drawing blood from his own arm, the father resolved to save his children from starvation and dehydration at sea. He dribbled it into their mouths, all to deliver them from a bleak promise of poverty and repression. That's how Phu Nguyen describes his...
  • Body of drowning victim recovered at Bolsa Chica

    The body of one of two young men who disappeared off Huntington Beach Pier a week ago washed ashore on Bolsa Chica State Beach, authorities said Sunday. The Orange County coroner's office identified the victim as 20-year-old Shao Moua, who went missing...
  • Mailbag: Numbers support trustee's statement

    I am writing in response to your article "Parent challenges candidate statement" (Aug. 26). The lawsuit was filed against our Orange County Registrar of Voters that fully approved my statement. The suit itself made many far-out claims; none were...
  • Man pleads not guilty to stealing lotto tickets

    A man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to stealing cash and lottery tickets from a Huntington Beach gas station and fleeing police. Joseph Samuel Fotia, 20, of Anaheim, pleaded not guilty to felony second-degree burglary, unlawful taking of a vehicle,...
  • Preview of the 13th edition of Spa Week

    It's the first day of the 13th edition of Spa Week. The Spa at the Peninsula Hotel in Beverly Hills, the Shave of Beverly Hills and Cloud Mover Day Spa in Orange County joined us to give us a preview of what they're offering all week. 52 popular spas...
  • Sounding Off: Both sides need to settle down over Bolsa Chica mesa

    I am responding to the various and sundry letters published by the Independent on the general subject of the work being done on the Bolsa Chica mesa, its possible (mis)management by Bolsa Chica Land Trust folk and commentary/reportage by Lou Murray on her...