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The city has been a part of several movies and television series. For instance, The O.C. was based on the fictional lives of people in Newport Beach. Also, the show Arrested Development, which was based in Orange County, often featured several scenes in Newport Beach. Notable residents of Newport Beach have included NBA player Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers, actor Humphrey Bogart, singer Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray), singer Gwen Stefani (No Doubt), actor Nichlas Cage, actress Heather Locklear, baseball player Reggie Jackson, martial arts star Chuck Norris, and professional golfer Tiger Woods.

Population: 70032
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodger (MLB) LA Galaxy (Soccer) LA Lakers (NBA)
Local Colleges: UC Irvine

Zip Codes associated with newport beach, california: 92657 92660 92661 92662 92663
Towns/Cities near newport beach, california : Costa Mesa Huntington Beach Fountain Valley Santa Ana Tustin Irvine

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Lead Electrical Enigneer

Little is seeking a Lead Electrical Engineer with a positive, collaborative work style to join our growing team in our Newport Beach, CA office. Our Newport Beach office has civil, mechanical and structural engineers now and we are looking to add electrical engineers to the team.

Arrival of Joe Cafferelli Continues Talent Boom in the West for Alliant

The Phoenix-based Cafferelli will provide targeted insurance and risk management solutions to clients throughout the region and facilitate Alliant's continued growth in the greater Phoenix area. "Phoenix continues to emerge as a key part of our Western expansion, as its diverse economy and strong economic fundamentals represent a significant growth opportunity for Alliant," said Bob Bennetsen, Executive Vice President and Senior Managing Director, Alliant Americas.

How Nicolas Cage blew his $150million fortune

How Nicolas Cage blew his $150m fortune: 'National Treasure' star squandered wealth by purchasing multiple houses, a 'haunted mansion', a dinosaur skull and the Shah of Iran's Lamborghini At one point, the actor owned 15 homes including a $25million waterfront home in Newport Beach, California and a 'haunted' mansion in New Orleans He's also purchased some extravagant items including shrunken heads, a dinosaur skull and the Shah of Iran's Lamborghini Nicolas Cage was once one of Hollywood's top earners with his movies fetching him a $150million fortune before he spent it all Nicolas Cage was once one of Hollywood's top earners, with movies such as 'National Treasure' and 'Leaving Las Vegas ' making him an A-List star.

Costa Mesa partners with luxury Newport Beach animal hospital for...

Costa Mesa will partner with a luxury Newport Beach animal hospital to house its stray animals on a temporary basis while it looks for a long-term animal care provider, the city announced Friday, Jan. 19. Costa Mesa will contract with the Newport Center Animal Hospital Pet Hotel Suites to house its strays animals while the city looks for a permanent provider. The shelter services contract with the Newport Center Animal Hospital Pet Hotel Suites will span several months at a cost of $20,833 each month.

Ex-classmate accused of killing Blaze Bernstein boasted of religious faith, conservative views

Samuel Lincoln Woodward, 20, of Newport Beach, has been charged in the stabbing death of 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein. Samuel Lincoln Woodward, 20, of Newport Beach, has been charged in the stabbing death of 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein.

Dennis Rodman in rehab

IN REHAB: Rodman's agent Darren Prince told People.com it was the 56-year-old's decision to get help. Dennis Rodman has voluntarily entered rehab after his arrest at the weekend for driving under the influence in Newport Beach, California.

3D Face Scanning Start Up In Talks With Studios for Film Use

A digital imaging startup is in talks with several Hollywood studios to offer a visual effects solution: faster 3D facial scans of actors. The Newport Beach, California-based company, Ovio, originally designed the tech for plastic surgeons and has now partnered with 20th Century Fox president of postproduction Ted Gagliano, an adviser and investor in the company.

JWC Environmental, Santa Ana maker of the Muffin Monster, sold for $215 million to Swiss company

JWC Environmental in Santa Ana specializes in products used to shred waste in wastewater to protect pumps. Seen here is the new expanded Aeration basin at the San Jacinto Valley Regional Water Reclamation Facility in San Jacinto.

Dennis Rodman Enters Rehab After DUI Arrest

TMZ Sports broke the story ... Rodman was busted in Newport Beach, CA over the weekend -- after cops say he was swerving all over the road and blasting loud music while intoxicated. Now, Rodman's rep says The Worm has entered Turning Point Rehabilitation Center in Paterson, New Jersey to deal with his alcohol issues.

Costa Mesa to contract with Newport Beach animal hospital for temporary shelter services

After the Orange County Humane Society decided not to renew its contract with Costa Mesa for shelter services for stray cats and dogs. the city has entered into an agreement with a Newport Beach animal hospital.

Burt Bacharach will play the hits of his life in music on Saturday in Rancho Mirage

Burt Bacharach performs at Glastonbury Music Festival on Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Worthy Farm, Glastonbury, England. Burt Bacharach performs at Glastonbury Music Festival on Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Worthy Farm, Glastonbury, England.

Why a Montebello mega-housing developer, landowner are at odds over...

With a court decision expected soon on whether a proposed controversial 1,200-unit housing development in the Montebello hills can proceed, the developer and the new landowner are at odds over how the profits should be distributed. Newport Beach-based developer Cook Hill, which has been working on the project for the last 12 years, has sued Sentinel Peak Resources.

Blaze Bernstein Murder Suspect Posted About Guns, Waterboarding OnlineNewsweek

The 20-year-old suspect arrested for the murder of 19-year-old University of Pennsylvania student Blaze Bernstein reportedly posted about guns and waterboarding online, writing that if he was stranded on a desert island, he would bring with him only "The Bible and a Colt .45". Samuel Lincoln Woodward was taken into custody by the Orange County Sheriff's Department Friday under suspicion of murdering his former high school classmate and UPenn sophomore Blaze Bernstein .

Oceanfront development lands tax breaks continues

After a heated discussion on the fairness of "revitalization" tax breaks, District councillors voted to continue an incentive program for commercial development on the oceanfront project. Councillors Karen Elliott, Doug Race, and Peter Kent and Mayor Patricia Heintzman supported the policy in the Dec. 5 vote.

Long Beach City College has one competitive race in April elections

The Long Beach Community College District only has a single competitive race up for election this year, and it's for the seat belonging to its longest-serving trustee. The incumbent, Jeff Kellogg, was first elected to the college district's Board of Trustees in 2002.

Dunn Deal: 80 for 80 - Cargile family celebrates dad's...

In a challenge and course designed by his son, Chuck, the elder Cargile rode his bicycle 80 miles on his 80th birthday with his brother, three sons and grandson, from Laguna Beach to Seal Beach and everything in between. The 80 miles were broken into three segments and took about eight hours to accomplish, including six-plus hours in motion.

Dennis Rodman arrested for DUI

The 56-year-old retired basketball player was pulled over by the police on Saturday in Newport Beach, California, and was taken to a nearby police station after failing field sobriety and breathalyzer tests. The ex-Chicago Bulls star's agent Darren Prince admitted Dennis - who went to rehab in 2014 - has "struggled openly with alcoholism the past 17 years" and has recently been going through some "major personal issues".

Dennis Rodman arrested on suspicion of DUI in California

Lt. Rachel Johnson of the Newport Beach Police Department says Rodman was pulled over late Saturday for a traffic violation. Johnson says officers administered a field sobriety test, which Rodman failed.

Cubroid Inc. Launches CURO, Smart Toy AI platform at CES 2018

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif: CURO, an interactive wireless modular robotics set that allows children to experience the basics of coding AI, has launched at CES 2018. CURO aims to expose young minds to coding and technology through fun and dynamic blocks and simple coding programs.

'Potential irregularities' prompt DA's office to...

The Orange County District Attorney's Office seized the petitions used in a failed attempt to recall Newport Beach Councilman Scott Peotter over concerns regarding "potential irregularities," the city said Friday, Jan. 12. A search warrant was served on the Orange County Registrar of Voters office in Santa Ana, according to an email from City Clerk Leilani Brown to the City Council, City Manager Dave Kiff and City Attorney Aaron Harp. "The search warrant was served under seal and we have not received a copy of the search warrant," Brown's email said.

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