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Torrance, California is located in the South Bay area in Los Angeles County. It has 1.5 miles of coastline and 90,000 trees along the city's streets. The land now known as Torrance was issued to Juan Jose Dominguez in the Rancho san Pedro Spanish Land Grant of 1784. In the early 1900s, Jared Sidney Torrance wanted to create a community south of Los Angeles. The plan was to mix the industrial and residential communities. The town was completed in 1912 and named after Torrance.

Population: 137946
Local Newspapers: Daily Breeze
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: El Camino College

Zip Codes associated with torrance, california: 90501 90502 90503 90504 90505
Towns/Cities near torrance, california : Redondo Beach Carson Lomita Palos Verdes Rancho Hermosa Beach Manhattan Beach Lawndale Gardena

Torrance News
Brush Fire Burns Near Malibu Homes

CBS2 / KCAL9 CBS2/KCAL9 is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country. CBS Studio City Broadcast Center 4200 Radford Avenue Studio City, CA [...] Brush Fire Burns Near Malibu Homes Los Angeles County fire crews Friday responded to a brush fire near homes in Malibu.

Armed Forces Day Parade ready to rumble through Torrance

A Marine of the Mounted Color Guard salutes as he and Old Glory pass by the grand marshal in the 51st Annual Armed Forces Day Parade in Torrance Saturday..May 15, 2010. Photo by Steve McCrank Over the decades, the annual Torrance Armed Forces Day Parade set for Saturday has become an integral part of the community for passionate longtime residents like June Lee, a faithful booster of the armed forces and the men and women who serve in it.

Cheerleader robbed in West High School parking lot in Torrance

Two men shoved a 16-year-old West High School cheerleader to the ground, rummaged through her car and made off with $5, authorities said today. The robbery occurred about 4:25 p.m. Wednesday as the girl approached her car in the school parking lot on Victor Street near Del Amo Boulevard, police said.

Plea delayed again for defendant charged in death of Jesse Esphorst Jr.

The arraignment for a Los Angeles man accused of killing a 16-year-old star athlete from South High School in Torrance was postponed again Thursday when he announced he had not hired a lawyer. Despite objections from the prosecution, which suggested a public defender be appointed, Darryl Leander Hicks, 28, was granted one more chance to hire an attorney.

New principals selected for North and West high schools and Carr Elementary in Torrance

Chris Sheck will take the helm at North High, Kara Heinrich has been selected as the next principal at West High and Katherine Schenkelberg was named principal at Carr Elementary. All have been administrators at other district schools.

Rising pension costs crimp Torrance city budget

As Torrance's employee pension obligations continue to spiral upward, the city will be forced to set aside nearly $5 million this year to help reduce its unfunded liability. Currently, the city is spending 20 percent of its annual operating budget to pay for employee retirement benefits, and that figure is expected to peak at 23.8 percent in five years.

Asian fusion food and karaoke are an eclectic mix at Astro Kitchen in Torrance

Suggested dishes: Spicy Cucumber and Dried Baby Sardines , Marinated Octopus , Chicken Wings in Special Sauce , Sliced Duck Breast with Light Soy , Pork Spare Ribs with Honey Mustard , Crab Meat and Avocado Salad Sit on one side of Astro Kitchen and you'll be in a somewhat quirky, surprisingly quiet izakaya restaurant. There's a big selection of beers, shochus and sakes, along with wines and cocktails made with shochu and sake, which generally lean toward the sweet side, though that just may be me.

Gardena police shoot at least 1 burglary suspect in South Los Angeles

Gardena police shot a suspected burglar at the conclusion of a high-speed chase Monday into South Los Angeles, authorities said. The shooting occurred just before noon at 108th and Figueroa streets, where two burglary suspects crashed into a parked car.

How to avoid road closures for Torrance Armed Forces Day Parade 2017

A Marine of the Mounted Color Guard salutes as he and Old Glory pass by the grand marshal in the annual Armed Forces Day Parade in Torrance in 2010. File photo by Steve McCrank/Daily Breeze/SCNG A number of streets in Torrance will be closed Saturday to make way for the annual Armed Forces Day Parade and related events.

Woman finds 2.65-carat diamond within minutes at state park

Victoria Brodski, 25, of Tulsa, was searching for diamonds with her family for 10 minutes when she found a shiny rock that she originally thought was a piece of glass. She put the rock in her pocket and went to the Diamond Discovery Center a few hours later where officials said she had discovered a 2.65-carat diamond.

At a lively Wango Tango, pop and partying reign supreme

Miley Cyrus delivers a birthday cake to her mom during KIIS FM's Wango Tango on Saturday. Miley Cyrus delivers a birthday cake to her mom during KIIS FM's Wango Tango on Saturday.

Does the school bell ring too early for sleepy students?

A long day that begins with his first class at 7:30 a.m. and doesn't end until after football practice in the late afternoon takes its toll, his mother said. "He's exhausted," said Lisa Lewis, whose 15-year-old son is a sophomore at Redlands High School.

This 3-wheel vehicle called Binkie Binkerton is turning heads on South Bay streets

When Rolling Hills Estates resident Maureene Riedy spotted the bright yellow, low-slung, 10-foot-long, three-wheel, open air, customized vehicle with a lipstick-wearing goose hood ornament that seats two she was unable to suppress a broad smile. "That's just adorable," she said as she snapped a couple of pictures with her Smartphone.

Church of MO: 2002 Scooter Smackdown

Has it really been 15 years since Cashley was King, Dirty Sean was an intern, and Hackfu crashed out of the Scooter Championship lead? Shame the video doesn't work, it was glorious. Torrance, California, November 22, 2002 It started simply enough.

Small fire atop Torrance refinery tank causes little impact, officials say

A small insulation fire on the roof a tank at the Torrance Refining Company facility did not cause major issues at the refinery - nor did it release any toxic pollutants, fire officials said Thursday. The department responded to a reports of a fire on the exterior of a tank at the refinery with 25 firefighters Thursday evening, according to a statement from Steve Treskes, Torrance Fire Department assistant chief.

Torrance police to hold annual memorial for slain officers

Torrance police will hold their annual memorial service 10 a.m. May 24 at the Toyota Meeting Hall in the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. The program honors Sgt.

2 charged in Jesse Esphorst Jr.a s death make first court appearance in Torrance

Two motorists accused of killing 16-year-old South High School shortstop Jesse Esphorst Jr. in a horrific crash as one chased the other along a Torrance street finally met in a courtroom Thursday, where they stood silently side-by-side. Tung Ming, 21, of Rancho Palos Verdes pleaded not guilty to vehicular manslaughter and reckless driving charges during his arraignment in Torrance court.

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