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About: newport beach, california

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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California neighborhood flooded after seawall is damaged

Municipal Operations director George Murdoch talks with a homeowner on Thursday morning, May 25, 2017, after a Newport Beach, Calif. neighborhood was flooded with as much as 2 feet of water Wednesday night when high tide washed up on property after a sea wall was partially demolished.

Alzheimer's Orange County gala breaks last year's fundraising record

On a cool and clear evening in Newport Beach, hundreds gathered to raise funds for nearly 84,000 people in Orange County battling dementia and Alzheimer's disease. The nonprofit Alzheimer's Orange County's celebrated its 19th annual gala Saturday, March 25. In honor of the organization's work over the past 35 years, 300 supporters gathered at the Resort at Pelican Hill's Golf Pavilion.

Human Options raises $678,000 at Fun Gala in Newport Beach

Honoree Julie Hill accepts the 2017 DOVE Award for her significant contributions to domestic violence prevention programs that enable women and children to overcome trauma and begin to lead safe and healthy lives during the Human OptionsA' 2017 Serious Fun Gala on May 20 at the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach. COURTESY PHOTO Janyne Wiley, Anthony Tran and Amber Tran pose for a photo during the Human OptionsA' 2017 Serious Fun Gala on May 20 at the Balboa Bay Resort in Newport Beach.

Newport Beach budget outlook good; pension debt continues to be a challenge

A pedestrian walks under the wave-like structures that are part the Newport Beach City Hall and Civic Center. ADDITIONAL INFO.

Los Angeles man convicted of 1981 magazine-ad murder

A Southern California jury has convicted a man for the 1981 robbery and murder of a 77-year-old widower he met through a magazine ad. Sixty-five-year-old James Andrew Melton of Los Angeles was found guilty Monday of first-degree murder and other charges that carry a possible life sentence.

Nonprofit that oversees Crystal Cove changes name, logo

In an effort to reflect its evolution going forward, Crystal Cove Alliance is changing its name to the Crystal Cove Conservancy and rebranding with a new logo. The change became official Tuesday for the Newport Beach-based nonprofit that partners with the California Department of Parks and Recreation to preserve nearly 2,800 acres of public land, including more than 3 miles of rocky beach coastline and the famed beach cottages that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places .

Jury convicts former Death Row inmate in his third trial for 1981 Newport Beach murder

Opening statements begin on Monday, May 1, 2017 in the trial of James Andrew Melton, who is facing his third trial more than three decades after Anthony DeSousa, 77, a Newport Beach retiree, was found dead in his condo. SANTA ANA A man once plucked from Death Row when a federal judge overturned his conviction was found guilty again on Monday for the 1981 killing of a Newport Beach man.

Newport Beach City Council, Finance Committee to review budget

NEWPORT BEACH The City Council will review the proposed $282 budget for 2017-18 during a meeting with the Finance Committee on Tuesday, May 23. The general fund accounts for $225.6 million, of which $145.6 million would go toward salaries and benefits for city employees, according to a PowerPoint presentation by the city. Most of the general fund revenue will come from property taxes - $99.8 million - followed by $35.9 in sales taxes and $24.3 million in transient occupancy taxes, which are paid for by guests in the city's hotels, officials said in the presentation.

Magical!: Humpback Whale Blows A Rainbow

This is a video of a humpback whale off the coast of Newport Beach, California, blowing a couple magical rainbows . How about that! When reached for comment about the incident, North Korea insisted they invented whales, and rainbows.

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Presentation at California Orthopaedic Association annual meeting explains the impact of using high-performing physicians for an outcomes-based approach )--Identifying and using high performing physicians in medical networks treating workers' compensation claimants can have a significant impact in reducing overall claims costs and duration. Harbor Health Systems , a One Call Care Management company , presented these findings at the California Orthopaedic Association annual meeting in Carlsbad, Calif.

Priciest mansion needs millions in work

An unfinished fountain at the rear of the mansion at 1 Pelican Hill. The starting bid at the April 26 auction won't be determined until the auction day.

Newport-Mesa students get a lesson in patriotism at the flag-lined Field of Honor

Children from the Newport-Mesa Unified School District walk through the Field of Valor, which consists of 1776 American flags flying at Castaways Park in Newport Beach, on Thursday, May 18, 2017. U.S. Marine John Lundberg is bitten by K-9 unit member Nero during a working dog demonstration during the Field of Valor dedication ceremony at Castaways Park in Newport Beach, on Thursday, May 18, 2017.

Lamborghini Centenario Delivered to First US Customer

The first Lamborghini Centenario in the United States has been delivered to its owner in Newport Beach, California, and it has been personalized with Blu Nethuns exterior accents adorning its carbon fiber body. Inside, there's black leather and Alcantara upholstery accented by blue stitching and embroidery, as well as a blue center console.

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Last Supper Club members Chip Griffin, left, made up as Thaddeus talks to Ron Berg, right, as Matthew as they wait to go onstage in the Last Supper, the final tableau at the Pageant of the Masters. David Marceau helps reporter Kelli Hart line up for a photograph at The Pageant of the Masters open casting calls Sunday afternoon.

Shannon Levin leaves Newport Beach to manage Dana Point Harbor

DANA POINT Shannon Levin, Newport's harbor supervisor, will be Dana Point Harbor's new manager, county officials announced Friday. Levin, who starts July 9, will be responsible for the harbor's multiple operating agreements, including retail, hotel, and marina facilities, said Marisa O'Neil, spokeswoman for OC Parks, the county department that has been managing the harbor since the departure of Brad Gross a year ago.

California doctor figures out way to stop Alzheimera s progression

Dr. William Shankle, right, talks with his patient, Ted Esau of Mission Viejo, in Newport Beach on Thursday, May 18, 2017. Dr. Shankle, who has been researching and working with Alzheimer's Disease for 30 years, has found a way to stop the disease from progressing.

In Strange Sight, Tiny Clams 'Absolutely Carpeted' Stretch of Sand in Newport Beach

A section of Newport Beach coastline was covered with tiny clams this week, making a strange sight and a bumpy walk for beachgoers. On Wednesday, the area north of Newport Pier was "absolutely carpeted" with a species called bean clams, according to Matthew Bracken, a biology professor at UC Irvine.

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