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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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New MRSA Defense: New Study Reports Cannabinoid Effective Against Antibiotic-Resistant MRSA

Researchers have found that cannabinoid-based therapies have unique anti-bacterial properties that fight MSRA and other infectious bacteria. In vitro studies demonstrated that bactericidal synergy was achieved against multiple species of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus utilizing a proprietary cannabinoid-based therapeutic platform.

Misty Copeland performing at Hollywood Bowl, Segerstrom Hall in July

Misty Copeland, principal dancer at the American Ballet Theatre, performs at the Marian Anderson Award gala which was held at the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia in 2015. Prima ballerina Misty Copeland will return to the Southern California stage in July for two one-night-only performances at the Hollywood Bowl and the Segerstrom Center for the Arts.

She called Trumpa s election an a act of terrorism.a Now shea s faculty member of the year.

The Orange Coast College Republicans in Costa Mesa, Calif., are filing a complaint against human sexuality professor Olga Perez Stable Cox after video shows her criticizing the outcome of the election. By the end of last year, Olga Perez Stable Cox, a professor at California's Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, had come to embody everything that many conservatives despise about higher education.

Volunteers dance, sing to raise money for CHOC Children's Hospital

Julie Green rehearses for CHOC Follies, a musical stage production that raises money for CHOC on Saturday, March 18, 2017. Performances will be held from March 30 through April 1. Sue Ann Cross rehearses for CHOC Follies, a musical fundraising event in Costa Mesa, on Saturday, March 18, 2017.

Costa Mesa officials recommend ways to keep sober living residents from ending up homeless

The Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday, March 27, approved changes that would protect sober living home residents from becoming homeless. PHOTO BY CHRISTINE COTTER, THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER The Costa Mesa Planning Commission on Monday, March 27, approved changes that would protect sober living home residents from becoming homeless.

Costa Mesa man arrested in stabbings of 2 people

Jose Oscar Medina, 34, of Costa Mesa was arrested Monday on suspicion of attempted murder and elder abuse after two people were stabbed in Costa Mesa. Jose Oscar Medina, 34, of Costa Mesa was arrested Monday on suspicion of attempted murder and elder abuse after two people were stabbed in Costa Mesa.

Trump march fallout continues 2 days after violent clash in Southern California

A day after several videos surfaced of angry marchers punching and cursing at protesters, journalists and others at the Make America Great Again rally in Huntington Beach on Saturday, those who were assaulted are asking why police didn't act to stop the violent brawl that broke out minutes into the march. The event, billed as the "MAGA March," was one of about 50 organized across the country to support President Donald Trump, the military, veterans, law enforcement and emergency responders.

MotoAmerica To Use Cutting-Edge Technology To Diagnose, Monitor Concussions In 2017

MotoAmerica will use a Vestibular Occulo Motor Screening system to help diagnose and monitor concussions in 2017. Photo courtesy of MotoAmerica.

Rare, endangered shrimp found in Costa Mesa, thanks to recent rains

Costa Mesa city officials announced Friday that they have identified two species of endangered shrimp living in pools at Fairview Park that have not previously been seen there. Officials said Riverside fairy shrimp, invigorated by recent rainy weather, have been documented in one of the park's vernal pools, which are essentially seasonal wetlands.

Shooting wounds man in alley behind Costa Mesa taverns

COSTA MESA A shooting in an alley behind two taverns sent an man to a local hospital Sunday evening, March 26. The shooting was reported shortly before 9 p.m. in an alley behind The Boulevard Bar and the Goat Hill Tavern, both on the 1800 block of Newport Boulevard. An adult male found wounded in the alley was taken to Orange County Global Medical Center in Santa Ana, Sgt.

Man dies after being struck by a cargo van in Costa Mesa

Costa Mesa police officers take witness statements as the Costa Mesa police Major Accident Investigation Team investigate a fatal van vs. pedestrian crash Saturday, March 25 on Harbor Boulevard, just north of Date Place, in Costa Mesa. People watch as Costa Mesa police officers and the Major Accident Investigation Team investigate van vs. pedestrian crash Saturday afternoon March 25, 2017, on southbound Harbor Boulevard in Costa Mesa.

Pro-Trump march in Huntington Beach expected to draw thousands

The organizers of the Make America Great Again march and rally, noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, at Bolsa Chica State Beach are crossing their fingers and hoping for a peaceful event. The march – in support of the president, military, first responders and certain causes – is being billed as a kid-friendly family-oriented event.

Pacific Symphony pairs nicely with Asian artists

From left, solo pianist Zhang Zuo and conductor Darrell Ang perform Ludwig van Beethoven's Concerto No. 3 in C Minor with the Pacific Symphony at the Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa on Thursday, March 23, 2017.

Orange Coast College anti-Trump instructor accepts top faculty honor after all

Orange Coast College students rally in support of instructor Olga Perez Stable Cox during a campus rally in Costa Mesa last December. Orange Coast College students rally in support of instructor Olga Perez Stable Cox during a campus rally in Costa Mesa last December.

'Assistant Coach Bandit' pleads guilty to loan modification scam

In 2009, Ramsdell pleaded guilty to robbing banks in Anaheim, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach and San Diego County. FBI officials referred to him as the "Assistant Coach Bandit."

Chargers sign 10-year training camp deal with Costa Mesa

The Los Angeles Chargers confirmed that they will be holding training camp in Costa Mesa, Ca., after receiving unanimous approval from the city. Costa Mesa is located in Orange County, about 37 miles southeast of Los Angeles and 88 miles north of San Diego.

Allura Reduces Production Time with Speedmaster

March 24, 2017 - allura printing , a growing commercial and short-run book printer in Costa Mesa, Calif., recently installed a remarketed Speedmaster SM 52 Anicolor and Suprasetter A52 from Heidelberg. The Anicolor press currently runs alongside a competitive digital press, but the company plans to transition the majority of its work to the SM 52 in the near future.

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