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Three landmarks in Downey, California include the first Taco Bell, Johnie's Broiler and a historic McDonald's restaurant. The first Taco Bell was opened in 1962 by Glen Bell in Downey. Johnie's Broiler was originally called Harvey's Broiler, and was a dive restaurant and a coffee shop. It has been filmed in movies, sitcoms, commercials and even music videos. The historic McDonald's was opened in 1953 as the third franchised McDonald's built. Today, it is the oldest surviving McDonald's.

Population: 107323
Local Newspapers: Downey Patriot Herald American
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: College Health Enterprise

Zip Codes associated with downey, california: 90240 90241 93550
Towns/Cities near downey, california : Norwalk Whittier Huntington Park Compton Bellflower Lynwood

Downey News
Downey resident James Finley, former prisoner of war, passes away

Moving to California in 1936, and Downey in 1954, he worked at Downey Taxi from 1939-43 and Lockheed from 1940-43 when he served in the Army Air Corps. As a gunner in B-24s, his plane was shot down on his 21st mission, spending 60 days as a POW in Neurenburg/Mooseburg camp.

California Senator says sexual harassment findings dona t warrant expulsion

If the end is near for Tony Mendoza 's career in the California state Senate, he isn't going quietly. Facing the possibility of a floor vote to discipline him as early as Thursday, the Democrat from Artesia said in a letter to fellow senators Wednesday that investigators' finding of "unwelcome flirtation and sexually suggestive behavior" toward staff members isn't serious enough to warrant expulsion.

Diaz: Gary Russell Has Lots of Flaws; Inactivity Will Be Downfall

The undefeated Diaz, the mandatory challenger for Russell's WBC featherweight title, expects to challenge Russell sometime in May or June. First, the 2012 American Olympian will keep busy Thursday night, when he'll meet Mexico's Victor Terrazas in a 10-round fight ESPN2 will televise from Fantasy Springs Casino in Indio, California .

Lifetime of music leads to Downey resident's first single

It seems as though 24-year-old Fabian Chavez has had some kind of instrument in his hand for practically his entire life. "I started playing drums when I was 2, I remember," said Chavez.

Historic church to be moved from Knotta s Berry Farm

BUENA PARK >> A historic church that has been at Knott's Berry Farm for more than half a century - and a popular place to exchange vows - will soon make what is expected to be its last move to a new location. Since it was built in Downey in 1876, the Church of Reflections has been moved three times.

Audrey Perkins

On 1/31/2018 we suddenly lost our beloved Audrey. She was preceded in death by her parents George and Margaret Salyer, and her late husband Judge David Perkins.

New claims of misconduct arise against Assembly member Cristina...

California Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia, a vocal #MeToo leader, faces fresh allegations of misconduct in her office, including frequent discussions about sex and alcohol consumption at the Capitol. San Diego lawyer Dan Gilleon filed a formal complaint Wednesday with the Legislature detailing the allegations on behalf of four anonymous former employees in Garcia's office.

Best Bets: The Blasters to revisit Moea s Alley

SANTA CRUZ >> The Blasters will return to Moe's Alley for an 8 p.m. show on Friday, Feb. 16. The band formed in Downey, and was mentored by T-Bone Walker and Big Joe Turner. Their southern California punk rock roots have grown into an eclectic sound that draws from blues, rockabilly and R&B.

Downey reaches deal with battalion chiefs

The city of Downey and Downey Fire Management Association have reached an agreement on a new employment contract through next year. Under terms of the deal, which runs retroactive from Jan. 1, 2017 through Dec. 31, 2019, the firefighters receive a 2% pay increase for the first contract year, a second 2% pay raise in year two, and a 3% raise in year 3, effective the start of the pay period that includes Jan. 1, 2019.

Downey, chamber agree in principle to 10-year lease extension

The City Council on Tuesday will consider ratifying a 10-year lease agreement with the chamber for its office space at 11131 Brookshire Avenue. The chamber first moved into the space -- located adjacent to the library -- in 1961 when the City Council authorized a 25-year lease at only $1 per year.

Motorcyclist Surrenders to Officers Following Short Chase

The man was traveling more than 100 mph along the 60 Freeway and surface streets, according to the California Highway Patrol. He pulled into the driveway of a home on Stamps Avenue in Downey around 11:08 p.m. where he got off the bike and went inside.

Historic church, host to many weddings, to be moved from Knott's Berry Farm

A historic church that has been at Knott's Berry Farm for more than half a century and a popular place to exchange vows will soon make what is expected to be its last move to a new location. Since it was built in Downey in 1876, the Church of Reflections has been moved three times.

They're Disneyland superfans. Why a lawsuit is alleging gangster-like tactics against one social club

Groups of Disney superfans like to roam Disneyland in packs, called social clubs, wearing matching vests. But a lawsuit contends that some clubs are acting more like gangs.

Downey Residents Annoyed After Neighbor Builds Wall

Downey residents are peeved and concerned after a neighbor allegedly built a wall on a sidewalk that now blocks a walkway that leads to shops and bus stops. The wall that's causing issues in a neighborhood is on the 11600 block of Mitla Avenue.

Driver in fatal Downey crash was using marijuana, prescription drugs, police say

Prosectors have filed vehicular manslaughter and DUI charges against a woman they allege was impaired when she rear-ended another car in Downey last year, killing an 18-year-old, police announced Wednesday. Authorities said Ilse Moreno-Arredondo, a 21-year-old Whittier resident, was under the influence of both marijuana and prescription drugs when she crashed into the back of a car that was stopped at a red light on Firestone Boulevard at Brookshire Avenue.

Downey superintendent earns California 'Superhero Award'

Downey Unified School District superintendent Dr. John Garcia was one of three superintendents statewide to receive the Superhero Award for his efforts to expand learning opportunities for low-income children. The award was presented Jan. 25 at a gathering of the Association of California State Administrators Superintendent's Symposium at the Monterey Convention Center.

Downey rents remained flat in January

Rents in Downey have remained flat over the past month, however, they have increased 2.7% year-over-year, according to statistics released by Apartment List. Median rent prices here prove to be less affordable than comparable cities nationwide - Downey's median two-bedroom rent of $1,790 is above the national average of $1,160.

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