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Tustin is located in southwestern California in Orange County. The city was named in honor of its founder, Columbus Tustin, who was a carriage maker from northern California. The city was incorporated in 1927. Several movies have used Tustin as a filming location including Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999), Pearl Harbor (2001), and the TV drama The X Files. Notable residents of Tustin have included actor Cuba Gooding Jr. (Jerry McGuire), and actor Matthew Lillard (Scooby Doo, Scream).

Population: 67504
Local Newspapers: Huntington Beach Independent Orange County Register
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Local Colleges: Santa Ana College

Zip Codes associated with tustin, california: 92780 92782
Towns/Cities near tustin, california : Santa Ana Orange Irvine Fountain Valley Garden Grove Fairhaven

Tustin News
WHO Says Time to Stop Ignoring Adolescent Health

Ana Garcia, center, fills out a form for her 13-year-old son, Jose Hernandez, before getting a Tdap shot outside Tustin High School in Tustin, Calif. The World Health Organization has delivered dramatic news about the causes of death for young people the world over.

Police looking for man who beat, tied up business employee during robbery

Police are searching for 40-year-old Michael Anthony Davis, Jr. of Placentia. He's suspected of beating up a storage facility worker and leaving him tied up during a robbery.

Longtime Tustin Councilman Chuck Puckett to undergo heart surgery

Tustin City Councilman Chuck Puckett will undergo heart surgery on Saturday, May 27. TUSTIN When City Council members conclude their meetings with an inventory of local events attended, Chuck Puckett consistently seems to have graced all places at all times. Puckett, 72, has been a big presence in Tustin for decades - with a total of three terms on the council since he was first elected in 1990, and 12 years on the Planning Commission.

Food, fitness tenants announced for Tustin Legacy's new shopping center

Roughly half of the Village at Tustin Legacy will be medical offices. This is a Hoag building.

Tustin police fatally shoot suicidal man who fired gun during standoff

Tustin police fatally shot a suicidal man who fired a gun in his vehicle during a two-hour standoff Tuesday night, authorities said. The Orange County coroner's office on Wednesday identified the man as 24-year-old Edwin Fuentes, of Tustin.

Tustin police shoot man after hours-long standoff, his condition unknown

A man was shot by police while in his car Tuesday evening, May 16, after a hours-long standoff during which the man displayed a handgun and ultimately fired on officers, Tustin police said. The man's condition is unknown.

Lobsterfest slated for Saturday in Tustin

The annual Tustin Lobsterfest, featuring all-you-can-eat surf and turf, takes place in Peppertree Park Saturday, May 20. FILE PHOTO: KAREN TAPIA, CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Sponsored by the Tustin-Santa Ana Rotary Club, the event includes live music, dancing and, for the landlubbers, barbecued tri-tip. Take a chance at turning a $10 donation into $1,000 in a ball drop.

Annual Irvine festival celebrates Korean cultural heritage

The eighth annual Irvine Korean Cultural Festival took place Saturday, May 13, to celebrate and share Korean cultural heritage and artistic traditions. The free community event at the Irvine civic center featured Korean cuisine, games, art, music and entertainment such as singing, dancing and martial arts demonstrations.

Thousands watch homemade rocket launches in Huntington Beach

Grace Smith, 7, of Los Alamitos launches her rocket she made from a two-liter plastic bottle as Discovery Cube volunteers time how long it stays in the air during the 2017 Rocket Launch Blast off at Discovery Cube's annual Rocket Launch at the Boeing Company Campus in Huntington Beach. Steven Georges, Contributing Photographer As homemade bottle rockets zigged and zagged overhead, Newport Beach resident Andrei Leontieff knelt next to his two sons and started a 10-second countdown.

Two-, three- and four-legged models help sell second-paw clothing at...

The Tustin Area Senior Center hosted it's annual Mother's Day Luncheon & Fashion Show in Tustin on Friday, May 12, 2017. The fashion show included volunteer models from the Tustin Police Department and dogs such as Leah from the Coastal German Shepherd Rescue of Orange County.

Man arrested in two Tustin bank robberies

Robert Peter Thomas, 48, of San Francisco was arrested after robbing two Tustin banks on Tuesday, May 9. A 48-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of robbing two banks one after the other in Tustin on Tuesday, May 9, police said. Tustin police said Robert Peter Thomas walked into a Citibank on Irvine Boulevard and Holt Avenue and handed the teller a note demanding money.

Cash-out refinances can pay off student debt

From Freddie Mac's weekly survey: The 30-year fixed rate averaged 4.05 percent, three basis points higher than last week's 4.02 percent. The 15-year fixed averaged 3.29 percent, two basis points higher than last week's 3.27 percent.

OVATIONS: Tustin and Irvine showcase high school art

First-place winner Lilian Nguyen of University High School is interviewed by Jacqueline Toueg of ICTV while standing in front of her award-winning painting, "Still Life." Ceramics work on display in the High School Art Exhibition at the Irvine Fine Arts Center.

Police: Park City con man robbed rich friend

Police say a "highly intelligent" Park City con man befriended a fine-art aficionado with a severe illness, then waited until the ailing collector stepped out one day and robbed his Southern California home of about $1 million in jewelry, checkbooks, cash and top-dollar paintings. The homeowner returned before Daniel David Courson could finish loading the haul, including "large amounts of cash," in a stolen silver Tacoma, authorities said.

An Irvine elementary school charges for history program, then tells...

IRVINE Brywood Elementary fifth-graders will learn American history through an interactive program this Friday - and school officials billed parents for it even though state law says public schools can't charge for participation in an educational activity. Brywood sent parents fliers asking for $11 per child to pay for their participation in Walk through the American Revolution.

New Tustin principal Jon Tuin strives to convince all kids they can learn

Jon Tuin, who will take the reins at Tustin High as principal, leads an assembly at his current school, Larkin High in Elgin, Illinois. Jon Tuin, who will take the reins at Tustin High as principal, leads an assembly at his current school, Larkin High in Elgin, Illinois.

Old Town Tustin shows off its charms at Home and Garden Tour

Julia Prescott, 3, is shown how to Maypole dance by Nicole Anticona, 17, with the Tustin High School dance team during the Tustin Area Historical Society's annual Old Town Tustin Home and Garden tour on Saturday, May 6, 2017. Tustin High School dance team Madison Siqueiros, 17, dances the Maypole dance during the Tustin Area Historical Society's annual Old Town Tustin Home and Garden tour on Saturday, May 6, 2017.

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