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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
Man Critically Injured in Orange Hit and Run Crash

A man suffered life threatening injuries in a hit and run car accident in Orange the evening of Feb. 21. According to a news report in The Orange County Register, the incident occurred in the 300 block of West Katella Avenue. The man was struck by a gray Nissan Altima traveling east, police said.

Orange County's riverside homeless begin trading tents for motels

The crowd of homeless men and women lined up along the Santa Ana River trail to collect motel vouchers before biding goodbye to Orange County's largest homeless camp. Kathy Schuler, 62, left, who was released from jail Tuesday evening, is given a hug by her granddaughter Ashley Foster, 23, where they live at a homeless encampment.

Take a $2 Ride on Irvine Park Railroad

Happy 22 years to a regional favorite: Irvine Park Railroad celebrates two decades plus two years on Feb. 24 and 25. The bonus for fans? The tickets rock 1996 prices. Granted, 2096 is happening, though, let's be frank: It's a ways off, as of this typing.

Orange students are learning the farm-to-table chain behind their meals

Students in Orange Home Grown's Youth Food Literacy program join in a hands-on pasta making class at the CulinaryLab Cooking School. Through the new Youth Food Literacy Program, Orange high school students are getting to sink their teeth into a world of food production, of which many of them were completely unaware.

Dogs strut their cutest costumes to help fight cancer

Winners of the Pawsitively Pink Costume Contest from left: Shiloh, Libby, and Zoey at Irvine Regional Park in Orange on Sunday, Feb 18, 2018. Dozens of paws hit the pavement Sunday during the 6th annual Paws Fur Pink fundraiser at Irvine Regional Park in Orange.

Real estate briefly: Target shopping center in Orange sold; Lee...

Lee & Associates in Newport Beach has closed escrow on two industrial properties for $8.6 million. The first property, with 17,275 square feet at 3601 W. Garry Ave. in Santa Ana, sold for $4.3 million.

Experiment goes bad at Cal State Fullerton, leaving student with minor burns

FULLERTON A student suffered minor burns during an experiment that went awry on the Cal State Fullerton campus Friday, forcing the evacuation of two classrooms. The student taken to UC Irvine Medical Center in Orange for evaluation was doing an experiment at about 12:35 p.m. with potassium, iron oxide and sugar when he was burned in a flash fire, Fullerton Fire Division Chief Kathy Schaefer said.

O.C. leaders approve motel vouchers, food and other services for 400 homeless along Santa Ana River

Joe Godoy, 59, at his camp Tuesday along the Santa Ana River in Anaheim. Orange County leaders Thursday approved a plan to provide motel vouchers, food and other services for about 400 homeless people living in encampments.

CyberGuard Publishes Cybersecurity Guide

ORANGE, Calif., Feb. 15: CyberGuard Compliance, a global provider of attestation and compliance services, announced it is publishing a guide to help organizations deal with the ever-growing cybersecurity threats that challenge businesses. Cybercriminals, and the attacks they perpetrate, have become increasingly creative, organized, and financially destructive in recent years.

Fine dining chef to bring fried chicken craze to Old Towne Orange

Chef Ryan Adams of Three Seventy Common is turning his bucket of fried chicken with sides into a fast casual concept in Orange. But, then again, Chef Ryan Adams is not your typical Laguna Beach chef.

ICE lawyer charged with stealing immigrants' IDs

An immigration detainee stands near a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement grievance box in the high security unit at the Theo Lacy Facility, March 14, 2017 in Orange, California. The chief counsel for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Seattle was charged with stealing the identities of multiple immigrants over a four-year span, according to charging documents obtained by ABC News on Wednesday.

Orange County to clear out riverbed homeless encampment, provide 400...

In this Jan 22, 2018, file photo, Orange County Sheriff's deputies tell people they need to begin he process of packing up along the Santa Ana riverbed in Anaheim, Calif. Homeless residents and their advocates are expected to argue in U.S. court Tuesday, Feb. 13, that Orange County can't remove them from a riverbed bike trail without adequate housing options.

Riverside County woman who gave birth in Orange County to septuplets in 1985 dies at age 63

A longtime Riverside County woman who more than three decades ago gave birth to septuplets at St. Joseph's Hospital in Orange in what was then the largest multiple birth in the United States died on Saturday. A service is set for March 2 to remember Patti Frustaci, 63, who drew national attention following the birth of her seven children.

Young German shepherd training to be Orange PD's newest K-9 member

Orange Police officer Mick Osborn leads his partner, Wyatt, out of his police cruiser in Orange on Saturday, February 10, 2018. The newest member of the the department's K-9 unit, Wyatt, a German Shepherd, is still training with his partner before joining the unit.

Mobile Readers Make OCTA Bus Boarding Easier

Boarding a bus in Orange County got easier starting Sunday, Feb. 11 when the Orange County Transportation Authority fully implemented mobile ticketing on its fleet systemwide. Riders who purchase bus fares via the OC Bus app on their smartphone or other mobile device will now be able to call up a QR code and quickly scan it on the onboard reader.

Hearts of gold and their furry friends gather in Irvine for Valentine's party

Golden retriever Jake, 6, and owner Greg Schultz of Tustin enjoy being together during the Valentine's party at Irvine Regional Park in Orange on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018. Love was in the air at Irvine Regional Park in Orange on Sunday, Feb 11, 2018 where the SoCal Golden Retrievers sponsored a Valentine's party.

Mission displays never-before-seen items

Helen Charles McMullen, matriarch of San Juan Capistrano, is pictured here. Her family's history is found in sacramental records like the ones on display in a special summer exhibit at Mission San Juan Capistrano.

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