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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).

Population: 35410
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

Zip Codes associated with brea, california: 92821 92823
Towns/Cities near brea, california : La Habra Yorba Linda Fullerton Whittier La Mirada Buena Park Diamond Bar

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On the same day as the L.A. Women's March, a 'celebration...

The youth ministry from the St. Angela Merici Catholic Church in Brea attends the OneLife LA march in Chinatown. On the same day that the Women's March drew tens of thousands of people to downtown Los Angeles, Jos and Teresa Macia of Brea took 10 members of their church's youth ministry downtown for a different reason: to march for life.

Suspects in U-Haul Pursuit That Ended With a Kiss Sentenced

A man and woman appear to hug and kiss at the end of a pursuit standoff Jan. 3, 2018 in Montebello. A woman was sentenced Friday to 16 months in state prison for leading police on a lengthy pursuit in a stolen U-Haul pickup truck that ended in Montebello with an embrace with her male passenger, who received a four-year term.

Architecture Spotlight: Tudor Revival a European fantasy fit for the Dream Factory

The Getty House is the L.A. Mayor's official residence and was built in 1921. Meant to evoke a quiet country lifestyle and the picturesque cottages of old England, Tudor Revival architecture - after coming to the U.S. more than a century ago - somehow also came to embody wealth and Hollywood fantasy.

News Analysis: Make or break for NAFTA at next week's talks in Canada

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce is suggesting the more than 200,000 companies in its network renew any permits required to do business in the United States sooner than later in case U.S. President Donald Trump's administration scraps the 24-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement between Canada, the United States and Mexico. "We all live in hope that common sense will prevail at the end of the day," chamber president and chief executive officer Perrin Beatty, a former Canadian cabinet minister, said in an interview with Xinhua Friday.

TIDBITS: Life and the cereal aisle

However, we've grown so accustomed to such a mundane activity that the dynamics don't register anymore. But make no mistake, each step is a snapshot in time and the manufacturers have wisely packaged and promoted their products accordingly.

Wolk Morais' latest runway collection mines the Memphis Group by way of Melrose Avenue

Designers Brian Wolk and Claude Morais continued their long-running love affair with L.A. by presenting their latest collection on the roof of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel with Heidi Klum and Adam Lambert among the bold-faced names in the front row. The latest runway collection from L.A.-based design duo Brian Wolk and Claude Morais, presented on the roof of the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel Wednesday night, continued the Wolk Morais label's long-running love affair with Los Angeles, drawing inspiration from an L.A.-based artist as well as street style from one of the city's moist iconic shopping thoroughfares.

Here are all 75 of the felony charges filed in the California child torture case

David Turpin and Louise Turpin of Perris, parents of the 13 children who authorities say suffered from such severe malnutrition have been charged with torture, abuse of a dependent adult, neglect, false imprisonment for crimes committed 2010-present. Photo by Brian Rokos, Staff Riverside County Sheriff Forensic Services personnel drive away from the home of the couple that were arrested earlier this week on suspicion of nine counts of torture and 10 counts of child endangerment on Muir Woods Road Wednesday in Perris, CA.

Thursday, January 18 12:15 pm - Carbon Canyon Road is closed

The Brea Police Dept. has closed Carbon Canyon Road in Brea eastbound at Valencia; and requested that Chino Hills P.D. close westbound Carbon Canyon at the County line, west of Sleepy Hollow, due to smoke in the area.

Louisiana TV's 'Mr. Wonder' gets 5 years for child sex abuse

A former children's television show host known as "Mr. Wonder" has been sentenced to five years in prison, nearly four decades after he vanished amid allegations that he sexually abused children on a camping trip. Rapides Parish prosecutor Brian Mosley said in a statement that Frank John Selas III pleaded guilty Thursday to indecent behavior with a child, and a judge gave him credit for the time he's served since his January 2016 arrest in California.

Brea group helping button up memorial to those killed in Holocaust

Pat Tees of Brea belongs to the Inland Empire Button Club, whose members collect and trade old and interesting buttons. After she saw a notice online that Cynthia Fischer of Visalia was on a mission to collect 6 million buttons to commemorate the estimated 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaust for a memorial at Congregation Beit Shalom synagogue in Visalia, Tees got her club to help out.

Brea update includes parking structure open, construction continues on Brea Improv

Did you know Brea's long-awaited, four-story parking structure with 476 spaces on the eastside of Birch Street, behind the former Tower Records building is finally open? It looked ready to open several weeks ago, and the street level did open before Christmas, but the upper levels faced a delay because of the inspection and approval of the parking structure's two elevators. But that was completed after Christmas and the entire parking garage opened on Dec. 27 to no fanfare, which seemed strange.

La Habra man charged with hate crime for allegedly yelling racial...

A 33-year-old La Habra man was charged this week with a hate crime after he allegedly yelled racial slurs at the manager of a gym where his membership had been revoked and then spit on a police officer, authorities said. Eric Lee Overturf entering a Brea gym at about 5:30 p.m. where his membership had been revoked because of disruptive behavior, according to the Orange County District Attorney's Office.

In Fullerton, Maverick's 'Elvis '68' tops the charts

Elvis infuses many of his songs with emphatic gestures A- and gets great vocal support from his lady backup singers . Elvis Presley impersonators have proliferated for decades, but if you're gonna re-create a crucial event in the mega-star's life, finding a good one is a necessary evil.

Antibiotic-resistance researcher receives statewide award

This year's Andreoli Faculty Service Award, open to faculty throughout the CSU system, went to a CSUF biological science professor who has dedicated more than 30 years to studying novel treatments in the global fight against bacterial diseases, especially antibiotic resistance, identified as one of the greatest threats to human health. Marcelo Tolmasky was chosen for his work in molecular microbiology, his "great dedication" to mentoring students in his biotechnology lab on campus, and the opportunities he creates for his protgs in science and academia.

PBS, with help from celebrities and authors, aims to find 'The Great American Read'

Lauren Graham is one of the celebrities who will share their favorite American novels on the upcoming PBS show, "The Great American Read." Lauren Graham is one of the celebrities who will share their favorite American novels on the upcoming PBS show, "The Great American Read."

Manitoba Tory backbencher held fundraiser at men-only club

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says he won't weigh into a debate over a squash club that doesn't allow women to become members and where one of his backbenchers held a fundraiser. "I do respect it's a private organization.

Milton Chamber announces Community Awards Gala nominees, recipients

Anne Eadie is the Lifetime Achievement winner. Eadie served as executive director of the United Way of Milton for 18 years before stepping down in 2010.

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