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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
Christ Cathedral acquires its first Holy Relic - the bone of a Vietnamese saint

Bishop Kevin Vann gently re-wraps the Holy Relic given to the Diocese of Orange by Cardinal Nguyen Van Nhon of Hanoi during a gathering at Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove on Wednesday, December 5, 2018. The relic is part of the remains of St. Andrew Dung-Lac, a 19th Century Vietnamese Catholic priest killed for his beliefs and will be buried under the altar of Christ Cathedral.

Fan favorite Yen Ching to be razed for a 35-unit memory care home

A national company based in Carlsbad plans to build a 35-unit memory care community on the restaurant site. Popular Yen Ching restaurant in Orange has been purchased by a national senior living company that plans to tear down the longtime eatery and build a 35-apartment memory care home.

Orange community says goodbye to aging Fred Kelly Stadium before district starts renovations

School Board officials participate in a "ground-breaking" during a closing ceremony at Fred Kelly Stadium in Orange on Wednesday, December 12, 2018. The stadium, built in 1959, is used by all four OUSD high schools and is closing in January for a $24-million renovation.

A knife is drawn briefly during Orange City Council meeting, as...

A man flashed a knife during the Orange City Council meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 12, as discussions on how to fill a vacant council seat became contentious. Peter Morales was arrested outside the council chamber on suspicion of brandishing a weapon, Orange Police spokesman Sgt.

Cunningham's wife Laura to be appointed to vacant Orange City Council seat.

The vagaries of this year's Orange City elections managed to get Republicans Kimberlee Nichols and Chip Monaco onto Council, but then left a fifth seat vacant for appointment or special election. Supporters of the third-place finisher, progressive Democrat Beatriz "Betty" Valenzia , have been lobbying to have her appointed - after all, she got the votes of nearly 11,000 Orange citizens, and would balance off the council nicely.

An easier drive to Disneyland? Synching of traffic signals on...

Every streetlight on 20-mile-long Katella Avenue will be synchronized in a transportation improvement project covering seven cities. Orange County Transportation Authority is in the process of synchronizing every traffic light on 20-mile-long Katella Avenue, from the thoroughfare's most western point in Los Alamitos to its most eastern in Villa Park.

A New Quantum Paradox Flags Errors in Our View of Reality

If a coin toss cannot be both heads and tails, physicists must jettison simple assumptions about the nature of reality. is a successful theory is not in dispute.

As storms roll away, a picture-perfect view of snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains

Snow from the recent storms that passed through Southern California cover the San Gabriel Mountains, serving as a beautiful backdrop to homes in north Orange County in a view from the hills in Orange, on Friday, December 7, 2018. This week's rainstorms revealed the snow-covered San Gabriel Mountains.

Tustin City Council votes to reconsider placing homeless shelter near Heritage Elementary

Lauren Tuculescu, Astik Patel, Gina Tran and Andrew Blue on Nov. 1 hold signs during a protest against the decision to create a temporary homeless shelter near Heritage Elementary. at the Tustin Legacy planned community.

Retired Orange County Judge Betty Lou Lamoreaux dies, but probate fight continues for her estate

She was an accomplished opera singer, a film casting agent, an office secretary for Coca-Cola and, finally, Orange County's first female Superior Court judge. Appointed to the bench in 1976 by Gov. George Deukmejian, Betty Lou Lamoreaux fought so fervently for children's rights that the county's seven-story family court in Orange is named after her: the Lamoreaux Justice Center.

Rain has moved on, but mudslide concerns remain for burn areas

A woman crosses the street as crews work to clear Grand Ave of mud and debris, from yesterday's storm, in Lake Elsinore on Friday, December 7, 2018. The storm that drenched Southern California this week has moved east, but some residents living in areas scorched by recent wildfires have been left to dig themselves out of mud and debris.

Trump signs off on renaming of Orange post office in honor of local soldier killed in Iraq

Debi Win'E, the mother of Army Spc. Trevor Anthony Win'E who was killed in Iraq in 2004, holds his picture outside her home in Orange in 2015.

Top Workplaces 2018: Essex retains family culture despite push to expand

Roland Weedon, founder of Essex Mortgage, and some of his staff at their company headquarters in Orange on Friday, October 12, 2018. Employees voted the company one of Orange County's Top Workplaces for a seventh straight year.

VIDEO: Storm water rushes through Hart Park

Water flowed like a strong river as heavy rain fell, and the area that usually serves as a parking lot for the park once again .became a creek. A flash-flood warning was issued in Orange and several other cities in the county.

72 Archdiocese of Orange priests accused of alleged sexual misconduct in new report

Attorney Mike Reck holds a photo of Father Thomas Mohan during a press conderance in Anaheim, CA on Thursday, December 6, 2018. Reck is representing Tom Emens, right, in a lawsuit against the Diocese of Orange alleging sexual abuse by Mohan.

Voluntary evacuations issued for Holy fire burn areas in Orange, Riverside counties

Authorities called for voluntary evacuations Thursday for Orange and Riverside county areas of the Holy fire burn scar after a flash flood warning was issued by the National Weather Service. The Orange County Sheriff said the area in which it advised evacuation included Trabuco Creek, Rose Canyon and the Mystic Oaks / El Cariso areas.

Suspect, victim in fatal Costa Mesa multi-vehicle collision identified

California Highway Patrol, Costa Mesa Fire & Rescue and Costa Mesa Police Department personnel were called Tuesday night to a fatal rollover, hit-and-run crash on the 55 Freeway. Police identified a man who was arrested on suspicion of causing, then fleeing from a multi-vehicle collision on the 55 freeway in Costa Mesa that left one person dead on Tuesday, Dec. 4. Preliminary investigation suggests that the driver of a 2002 Honda Accord attempted to cut across every southbound lane of the freeway at about 6 p.m., according to a news release from the California Highway Patrol.

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