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Costa Mesa is located in southwestern California in Orange County. The name "Costa Mesa" directly translates from Spanish to English as "coastland." The city was incorporated into California in 1953 as a somewhat rural farming community based on cattle grazing and agricultural production. Today it has grown into a suburban "edge" city that has an economy which is based on retail, commerce and light manufacturing. The city hosts the Orange County Fair each year in July, bringing more than one million visitors.

Population: 108724
Local Newspapers: The Daily Pilot Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Vanguard University of Southern California Whittier Law School National University

Zip Codes associated with costa mesa, california: 92626 92627
Towns/Cities near costa mesa, california : Huntington Beach Fountain Valley Santa Ana Tustin Irvine

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Costa Mesa extends ban on certain marijuana uses for one year

COSTA MESA The city will keep its ban on marijuana use for another year, even as recreational marijuana use has become legalized in California and other cities are scrambling to update their policies before sales begin Jan. 1. The City Council's 5-0 vote on Tuesday, Nov. 21 extends an "emergency ordinance" that will keep the status quo regulations prohibiting marijuana uses allowed under state law. The ordinance was originally passed in January and extended for just over a 10-month period in February .

Woman Says Attorney Lost Law License, But Kept Her Checks

A Costa Mesa mother of three is calling out the attorney she hired to help her navigate the most trying time of her life. In 2014, Shayne Rucknagel hired David Hiersekorn to handle some business and probate matters related to her husband's death.

Linda Ronstadt's 'Canciones de me Padre' changed my life, and my culture

Linda Ronstadt with Jesus "Chuy" Guzman, left, at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa on Dec. 7, 2005. Linda Ronstadt with Jesus "Chuy" Guzman, left, at the Orange County Performing Arts Center in Costa Mesa on Dec. 7, 2005.

Rare a Draculaa poster sells for $525,800 at auction

Lamont West was a point shy of a career high with 22 and No. 23 West Virginia overcame a slow start to beat Long Be COSTA MESA, Calif.

Spend New Yeara s Eve with Dirty Heads and Young the Giant in Costa Mesa

Youn the Giant will perform during Resolution NYC's two-day fest at the OC Fair & Event Center on Sunday, Dec. 31 in Costa Mesa. If you don't want to waste another New Year's Eve on the couch watching TV and counting down 'til the ball drops, you can ring in the New Year by partying with the Dirty Heads and Young the Giant at the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa.

One of San Diego's Most Celebrated Restaurants Opens Today in OC

Richard Blais has finally come for greater Los Angeles. Or, Orange County, as it were, opening up his first near-ish location of casual fried chicken option Crack Shack in Costa Mesa.

Two burglary suspects fleeing police on 55 freeway are caught hiding in a ditch

Two suspects believed to have burglarized a Costa Mesa business early Sunday were caught after leading police on a brief pursuit, police said. The burglary was reported at about 7:25 a.m. in the 1900 block of Harbor Boulevard and the two suspects were seen fleeing in a gold colored GMC with paper license plates, said Costa Mesa police Sgt.

The week ahead in L.A. dance, Nov. 19-26: Westside Ballet's 'The Nutcracker' and more

Alumna Joy Womack will join Westside Ballet for the company's annual production of the holiday favorite "The Nutcracker." Sonidos Gitanos Flamenco from Andalusia, Spain, with Maria Bermudez and company.

Want to be a vegetarian? California climate change mandates will transform economy, attorney says

David C. Smith, a land use, regulatory compliance and entitlement lawyer with Stice & Block in Newport Beach. That's not the opinion of an environmentalist or of an animal rights activist.

Students get Thanksgiving dinners as part of anti-gang challenge

Costa Mesa police officers, along with other members of the Orange County Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership, hand out free turkey dinners at Wilson Elementary School. Costa Mesa police officers, along with other members of the Orange County Gang Reduction Intervention Partnership, hand out free turkey dinners at Wilson Elementary School.

Real estate briefly: SteelWave venture buys former LA Times hub in...

Tribune Real Estate Holdings and its development partner Kearny Real Estate Co. have sold the Los Angeles Times' former production plant and Orange County base in Costa Mesa for $65 million.

South Coast Plaza lights up for the holiday season

South Coast Plaza's annual tree-lighting ceremony at Town Center Park in Costa Mesa on Thursday, November 16, 2017. More than 94,000 lights illuminated South Coast Plaza as the giant retail center marked the start of the holiday season with its annual tree-lighting.

Green Day's Mike Dirnt sells ocean-view Newport Beach property for $3.09 million

Green Day bassist Mike Dirnt's multi-family residence near the beach has sold for $3.09 million. Green day bassist Mike Dirnt has sold his ocean-view home on a corner lot a quick stroll to the sand in Newport Beach for $3.09 million.

3.3 million travelers will hit Southern California roads for Thanksgiving, Automobile Club warns

Thanksgiving travel will largely be by vehicle, according a Automobile Club of Southern California forecast for the holiday: "Almost 86 percent of local travelers - 3.3 million - will be going by car to their destinations, a 3.5 percent increase from last year's 3.2 million automotive travelers." With travel times expected to more than double next week in Southern California, and Anaheim being one of the hottest national destinations for Thanksgiving, those heading out of town by car may want to leave early or plan for a long drive.

Three California Republicans vote against House tax plan

U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher speaks at an event in San Francisco in May 2016. Rohrabacher was one of three California House Republicans to vote against the Republican tax reform bill on Thursday.

Fried chicken sneak peek: Food star Richard Blais hatches Crack Shack in Costa Mesa

The Senior Croque is often one of the most popular items on the menu in San Diego. It is made with crispy chicken, bacon, fried egg, cheddar, miso-maple butter and served on a brioche bun.

After Dark: Party like a rock star at Sutra

GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS AND A GUY: All we said was, "How about a group shot?" and everyone turned around at once. They like After Dark.

The Harper banquet venue coming to Costa Mesa's Westside

An industrial building on the Costa Mesa's west side will be turned into a banquet and event center. COSTA MESA An industrial building on the city's Westside looks to be transformed into a banquet and event center called The Harper.

Asian market with sushi and sake bar may fill former Yorba Linda bowling alley

The company that owns this Marukai market in Costa Mesa is proposing an Asian market in Yorba Linda. A planned grocery store never blossomed there, but the building that used to be Yorba Linda's only place to bowl may be turned into a store offering Japanese food and other products.

How to kick start your holiday party plan

The table setting for Segerstrom's American Ballet Theatre "Whipped Cream" President's Dinner included a cotton candy centerpiece. Place setting at Segerstrom's ABT Nutcracker 2016 President's Dinner.

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