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Brea is located in southwestern California, just outside of Los Angeles. The area began as a crude oil production center in the beginning of the 1900s. The towns Olinda and Randolph were developed as residential communities for oil workers and their families. In 1911 the two towns merged and became Brea, which in Spanish means "tar." As oil production declined it was replaced with lemon and orange groves, which gradually gave way to industrial and residential development. Notable residents have included film director/producer/screenwriter James Cameron and musician James Hetfield (Metallica).
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: Southern California College of Business and Law Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary-Southern California
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Irvine's Luis Salgado, right, had his way with Ozzie Alvarez of Miami, Florida in this 185-pound MMA bout during a Fight Club OC last year. Salgado knocked out Alvarez in the third round.Faced with rallies opposing a temporary shelter in his district,...
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Note: Facility remained closed after first reinspection May 16; no evidence of rodent activity was observed, but some entry points still needed to be sealed Notes: Inspection was conducted based on a complaint. "Complainant stated while watching a movie in Theater 10, a rat jumped onto the seat next to her and climbed onto her beverage cup.Suspect arrested in fatal stabbing of woman, 66, in parking garage at Rolling Hills Estates mall
Ben Leeds, left, speaks about his stepmother Susan Leeds, who was stabbed to death at a mall in Rancho Palaos Verdes on May 3, at a news conference on Friday. He is surrounded by other family members and Sheriff Jim McDonnell.County sues Big Pharma over opioids
Though opioid prescriptions and overdoses have declined in Marin since new rules were established in 2014, the county has taken to litigation to hold drug companies accountable for the epidemic. Last week, Marin filed a lawsuit in San Francisco district court against 12 pharmaceutical manufacturers and wholesalers, alleging they misled the public about the dangers of opioid addiction and caused sales and overdose rates to soar.NorthBay to recognize cancer survivors
Time is running out to reserve a spot at the 22nd annual National Cancer Survivors Day, hosted by NorthBay Healthcare. The event is set for June 3 and reservations are requested by May 25. It's a chance to celebrate cancer survivorship, and to learn the latest news about cancer treatment from experts at the NorthBay Cancer Center and the Mayo Clinic.Human Pasteurella multocida Infection with Likely Zoonotic Transmission from a Pet Dog, Spain
FA tima Abreu, Carlos RodrA guez-Lucas, M. Rosario Rodicio, Ana I. Vela, JosA© Francisco FernA ndez-GarayzA bal, Pilar S. Leiva, Fernando Cuesta, Dolores Cid, and Javier FernA ndez Principado de Asturias Sanitary Research Institute, Oviedo, Spain Abreu F, RodrA guez-Lucas C, Rodicio M, Vela AI, FernA ndez-GarayzA bal J, Leiva PS, et al. Human Pasteurella multocida Infection with Likely Zoonotic Transmission from a Pet Dog, Spain. Emerg Infect Dis.Brea Museum seeks help preserving old newspapers
The museum also has a photo of the newspaper's office on Pomona Avenue, now Brea Boulevard. The sign over the door says, "The Brea Progress - A Newspaper with a Personality."How Inland Empire resources helped a longtime homeless veteran reunite with family in South Carolina
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Tabitha Butler, 19, of Brea prepares to play a Quidditch match at Acacia Park in Fullerton on April 28. Members of the Harry Potter Alliance, a student club at CSUF, pose for a portrait before their Quidditch match at Acacia Park in Fullerton on April 28. From left: Alan Gunn, 21, of Fullerton; Howard Chen, 25, of Rowland Heights; Lucy Goodacre, 21, of Fullerton; Gabby Gray, 21, of Lake Forest; Aubrey Patterson, 20, of Garden Grove; Hellen Pham, 19, of Santa Ana; Tabitha Butler, 19, of Brea; Katherine Jordan, 23, of Buena Park; Cristina Herrera, 20, of Fullerton; and Rylee Lemay, 20, of Riverside.State payments, safety services prompt belt-tightening in county's $6.5B budget
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