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About: orange, california

Orange was incorporated in the State of California in 1888. Orange was the only city in Orange County to be planned and built around a plaza, thus earning it the nickname "Plaza City." The city was the first developed town site served by the California Southern Railroad when it reached Orange County. Notable residents have included Jason Lee (My Name is Earl, Almost Famous, Heartbreakers) and novelist Dean Koontz (The Mask, The Bad Place).

Population: 128821
Local Newspapers: Orange City News
Local Sports Teams: LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Chapman University

Zip Codes associated with orange, california: 92861 92862 92865 92866 92867 92868 92869
Towns/Cities near orange, california : Anaheim Santa Ana Garden Grove Tustin Villa Park Placentia

Orange News
ICE detention facilities had insufficient protection of basic rights, says IG report

Multiple Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention facilities were found to have problems with basic detainee rights, humane treatment and health and safety, according to a report released this week by the inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security . The violations varied from facility to facility, but included underutilized language services, lack of respect and professionalism, potentially unsafe and unhealthy detention conditions and, at one facility, all detainees were strip-searched when they entered.

Most Rev. Dominic Luong, first Vietnamese-born U.S. bishop,...

A woman reaches out to touch the coffin of Bishop Dominic Luong at the end of funeral services at Holy Family Cathedral in Orane on Thursday, December 14, 2017. The Most Rev.

County seeking candidates for Coto de Caza Planning Advisory Committee

The County of Orange is seeking qualified candidates to apply and serve on the Coto de Caza Planning Advisory Committee starting in January. Interested candidates must turn in their applications by Jan. 5. The committee will advise the Orange County Zoning Administrator, Planning Commission, Board of Supervisors and county agencies on all discretionary actions in the unincorporated area within the boundaries of the Coto de Caza Specific Plan.

UCI students strip down for Undie Run

UCI students pose for a photo before taking part in the UCI Undie Run. About 150 students ran in their underwear across the UCI campus on Friday night.

Chapman hoping for quick Undie Run

Spring 2009: Stripping for a cause. Funds and clothing donations collected by the students will help support a Ugandan orphanage.

Katella, Orange to play for CIF state football titles on familiar turf

Katella will play at Glover Stadium in Anaheim on Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Division 5-A game. Orange will play at Fred Kelly Stadium on the El Modena High campus in Orange on Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Division 6-AA game.

Baby born in Orange ties world record of most generations born on same day of the year

Sarah Peeler, middle, holds her daughter Lori alongside her father Mike Doster and her grandmother Jeannette Medlin. All four people share the same birthday - August 13 - earning them a world record for the most generations born on the same day.

Family escapes injury after house fire in Orange

The two-story home was burning heavily when firefighters arrived in the 3400 block of Balmoral Drive shortly after 2 a.m., according to an Orange Fire dispatcher and reports from the scene. It took about 40 minutes for the fire to be extinguished.

Back Bay home transforms into elegant villa

Samir and Macara Bonja agreed on the loveliness of the elegant etched glass doors to his study that evoke his native country of Lebanon. "We've owned this house since 1962 when my parents bought it," says Macara Bonja, standing in the living room of the Corona del Mar home she shares with her husband, Samir.

Dana Point hires full-time caseworker to help find housing for homeless

Dana Point Mayor Pro Tem Paul Wyatt in Dana Point on Tuesday, December 5, 2017. A homeless man, center, is asked to leave by library personel after he cussed out woman who was working at one of the library's public computers at the Dana Point branch of the county library on Tuesday, November 14, 2017.

Catholic leaders urge Reps. Royce, Walters to back DACA, parishioners to pray for Dreamers

Bishop Kevin W. Vann, of the Diocese of Orange, right, and Alexander Salazar, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, pass through a Knights of Columbus Honor Guard before joining in prayer to support compassionate immigration reform at Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove on Nov. 16, 2013. Congressional members Mimi Walters and Ed Royce have received a unique letter it was signed by every Catholic pastor in their districts, and it asks for more action and less talk on DACA.

Fear, loathing and hope for homeless on the Santa Ana River Trail

Kurt "Ryder" Hoefling maintains a sense of humor about his homelessness as he erects an address in front of his Anaheim encampment. The 1313 number is a play off the popular 1960s TV comedy, "The Munsters."

How to renew and protect your yard and garden after a devastating fire

Southern California homeowners who looked on in horror as October fires ravaged Northern California wine country now face the similarly grim task of recovering from homes burned, lives shattered and landscapes scarred from wind-whipped fires. For those who escaped the recent carnage or were minimally affected by the devastating Santa Ana winds, the lesson is clear - plant now with an eye toward safeguarding your home.

It's Suddenly Cold Out. Am I Going to Get Sick?

A couple of weeks ago, the temperature in New York dropped something like 30 degrees in the span of a day. A month or so earlier, the city had seen the reverse- a 40-something-degree day was followed soon after by an unseasonable 70-degree one.

Historically high Santa Ana winds confront firefighters in Southern California today.

A fire alert flag flies in the wind at the headquarters of Irvine Regional Park in Orange as Santa Ana winds continue to blow early Tuesday morning December 5, 2017. But today, with historically strong and dry Santa Ana winds expected to pick up across the Southland, that's exactly what they're going to get.

Anaheim Hills briefs: Holidays can feel lonely, Canyon Hills...

For many, the holiday season is an exciting time for celebrating with family and friends; for others, it's the loneliest. To help those who are in pain or suffering, Canyon Hills Presbyterian Church will offer its annual "Longest Night" service at 7 p.m. on Dec. 18 in the church's Fellowship Hall.

The Pie Hole will bring modern and classic pies to Long Beach

A customer relaxes at The Pie Hole on Glassell in Old Towne Orange on Thursday, November 2, 2017. A new location in Long Beach opens Dec. 9. Long Beach's pie game is going to get a lot sweeter with the latest outpost of a family-run shop in Belmont Shore.

Critical fire weather continues today; worst conditions yet to come

Cars maneuver around a tree that blocks lanes of Newport Boulevard in Cowan Heights after Santa Ana winds blew it over early Tuesday morning December 5, 2017. Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties remained under red flag warning today as several large wildfires raged in the region, fueled by gusty Santa Ana winds that were expected to pick up tonight and grow stronger Thursday.

Santiago Estates resident among many wondering if Creek fire has charred their Sylmar home

A LAFD firefighter fights to save a home in the Santiago Estates area of Sylmar this morning. The fight was unsuccessful as at least a half a dozen homes were lost when water pressure was lost on Tuesday, Dec.5, 2017.

How an Orange County organization uses discarded food to help solve hunger

Ryan Learakos with Waste Not OC Coalition, transports donated meats in an insulated bag that keeps donated items cold while it is transported its destination. Ryan Learakos, right, with Waste Not OC Coalition, delivers food to Mary's Kitchen a nonprofit in Orange on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017.

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