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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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Geologists and engineers puzzle over how to remove a million tons of rock and dirt from Highway 1

Highway 1 at Mud Creek, where a massive landslide cut off the scenic roadway. It could take a year to reopen.

Guardians of the Galaxy attraction opens Saturday at Disney California Adventure

The lobby area of the new Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission Breakout! is full of display cases owned by the character The Collector. ANAHEIM - Riding the new Guardians of the Galaxy attraction at Disney California Adventure is like hopping on an out-of-control pogo stick.

La Vista High and La Sierra High Graduation 2017

La Vista High student Cijay Martinez cheer for fellow classmate during the graduation ceremony at Fullerton District Stadium in Fullerton on Wednesday, May 24, 2017. La Sierra High student Diamond Topper waves to her family and friends during the graduation ceremony at Fullerton District Stadium in Fullerton on Wednesday, May 24, 2017.

In new video for Elton John's 'Tiny Dancer,' Los Angeles plays a starring role

Nearly 50 years after the song's release, Elton John and Bernie Taupin's eternal singalong jam "Tiny Dancer" has a new music video , and while the song is the leading lady, Los Angeles-from Hollywood Boulevard to Boyle Heights to the beach-is in a supporting role. The video from filmmaker Max Weiland is a look at life from the points of view of a dozen people moving through Los Angeles, "all unfolding behind the wheel of their cars," says the video's YouTube description, though skateboards and a tour bus make cameos, too.

Study: climate of Los Angeles has been stable for 50,000 years

Fossil beetles suggest that LA climate has been relatively stable for 50,000 years New radiocarbon dating of La Brea Tar Pits beetles indicates that Southern California's Paleoclimate was very similar to today Research based on more than 180 fossil insects preserved in the La Brea Tar Pits of Los Angeles indicate that the climate in what is now southern California has been relatively stable over the past 50,000 years. The La Brea Tar Pits, which form one of the world's richest Ice Age fossil sites, is famous for specimens of saber-toothed cats, mammoths, and giant sloths, but their insect collection is even larger and offers a relatively untapped treasure trove of information.

Regional Economic Development Council welcomes new members

The North Country Regional Economic Development Councilheld its second public meeting of 2017 in Potsdam, St. Lawrence County. During the meeting, the Council welcomed three new members, received status updates on various projects and discussed regional elements enacted in the 2017-2018 New York State Budget.

#DamienTalksSGV33: The Duarte Road Bike Lanes

The city of Duarte has been in the news lately. Not only has its Mayor John Fasana earned some positive press for his efforts to finally end the 710 Big Dig Tunnel Project , but the city itself has also been making strides toward a more progressive vision for transportation inside its own borders.

Credit-card skimming ring stole numbers from restaurant customers,...

The FBI along with other agencies serve a search warrant at a home in on the 13800-block of Mansa Dr. in La Mirada on Tuesday May 23, 2017. Several locations in neighboring cities resulted in the arrest of 12 suspects.

Declaring that he loaned his campaign $50,000 may have led to Beaumont councilmana s indictment

Beaumont City Councilman Mark Orozco during a June 16, 2016, meeting at Beaumont City Hall. Staff photo by David Danelski Mark Orozco appeared to be in a strong position to challenge incumbent Marion Ashley for a seat on the Riverside County Board of Supervisors in summer 2013.

Pot convictions go up in smoke with statea s legalization

Brian Melley-Associated Press Jay Schlauch outside Los Angeles Superior Court in Van Nuys after a judge reduced his felony conviction for selling marijuana to a misdemeanor. Thousands of people convicted of marijuana crimes in California have asked to get their records reduced since the state legalized recreational pot.

Jerry Brown's California 'freeloaders' hit back on tax hike

California Gov. Jerry Brown may have been trying to shame opponents of his gas-and-car tax increase by calling them "freeloaders," but so far the barb has backfired. Assemblyman Travis Allen , who is spearheading a proposed ballot initiative to repeal Senate Bill 1, said he was inundated with calls after Mr. Brown slammed foes of the $0.12 tax hike on every gallon of gasoline, which kicks in Nov. 1. "Our phone has been ringing off the hook," said Mr. Allen .

Marymount Masquerade Gala Fun Unmasked

Entering through manicured gardens guests began their transformation from mere friends and families of Marymount of Santa Barbara to royal guests of Chateau des Fontaines. With vintage cocktails guests were escorted by courtiers along a stone path and trellis of wandering vines up antique stairs to a vantage point with a glimpse of what became an evening of noble and epic proportions.

Smokestacks and office arguments

Fun fact: If the smokestack at Cocheco Mill on Main Street were to break at the base and fall directly toward the Foster's Daily Democrat office, it would not hit the building. If you remember way back to last year, there was a heated argument in our office at 11 Main Street about whether the smokestack would make contact with the building if it were to fall in one piece.

Felon who sexually assaulted Perris girl sentenced

A convicted felon who sexually assaulted a teenage girl several times at his Perris home was sentenced Friday, May 19 to five years in state prison. Brian Lamont Brown, 48, pleaded guilty last month to one count of lewd acts on a child under 15 years old and two counts of statutory rape.

Judge: Oakland Officer Behaved a Like a Pimpa with Teenager

A disgraced California police officer at the heart of a police department sex scandal involving a teen prostitute behaved "like a pimp" with her, a judge said at hearing in which he ordered the former officer to be tried on a felony charge of obstruction of justice. Brian Bunton, who resigned from the Oakland Police Department in March, "was actually pimping her like a pimp would do," Alameda County Superior Court Judge Thomas Rogers said Thursday.

Successful broker Eileen DeVries remembered for fighting against inequality

Eileen DeVries won a seven-year battle to end the practice of men-only tee times at country clubs throughout the state. (Courtesy After cracking the glass ceiling in the male-dominated investment industry, she pushed for state legislation to end discrimination against women on golf courses.

L.A. teachers union faces tough questions in wake of charter election wins

Nick Melvoin, right, defeated school board President Steve Zimmer. Above, Melvoin greets supporters on election night.

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