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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

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South Bay lawmaker Al Muratsuchi opens new Torrance office Friday

The ribbon-cutting is set for 6:30 p.m. at the district office at 3424 W. Carson St., Unit 450, near Del Amo Fashion Center.

Appeal rejected for rapist who claimed to be cop when he attacked exotic dancer in Torrance

A state appellate court panel today rejected an appeal by a convicted sex offender who was found guilty of rape and other charges for an attack on an exotic dancer in Torrance in which he claimed to be an undercover police officer. The three-justice panel from California's 2nd District Court of Appeal turned down the defense's contention that there were errors in Guy Allen Dietz's trial.

Pieology server fired for obscene anti-police note on Torrance officera s receipt

A Torrance police officer's receipt for pizza touched off a firestorm on social media Monday after it was revealed that his server typed an obscene message onto his bill. The officer, who was in uniform, did not respond and, in fact, left a tip when the female server handed him the shocking receipt that said, "F--- The Cops" when he stopped for takeout lunch Thursday at Pielogy, 3720 Pacific Coast Highway.

2018 Honda Odyssey Recognized with Wards 10 Best UX User Experience Award

TORRANCE, Calif., Sept. 17, 2017 : With praise for the usability of its many unique family-friendly features, the 2018 Honda Odyssey received a 2017 Wards 10 Best UX Award from the experts at WardsAuto.

South Bay, Harbor Area alumni to celebrate at upcoming reunions

South Bay and Harbor Area high schools are planning the following reunions and get-togethers in the next few weeks: • Gardena High School: Members of the Class of 1965 will celebrate turning 70 with a birthday celebration from 2-6 p.m. Saturday at El Torito Restaurant, 23225 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance. For tickets, email susimone@aol.com or call 714-402-1322.

How this deteriorating cottage was transformed into Redondo Uniona s charming new alumni house

Interior of the small cottage on the campus of Redondo Union High School that is being remodeled to be used as an alumni house. Thursday, Sept.

Traffic Jam: Cycle of frustration off Vista Del Mar

A bike lane in Playa del Rey sits empty earlier this summer. Although lane closures on Vista Del Mar have been lifted, issues with road diets on Culver and Jefferson boulevards and Pershing Drive remain.

Give back to the beach Saturday and pick up some trash on Coastal Cleanup Day

Wanna Jones of the Marine Mammal Care Center and Dance4Oceans, lays out the trash one volunteer collected in just ten minutes. Volunteers gathered at White Point Beach Royal Palms Park in San Pedro to clean up the beach with Heal the Bay for Coastal Cleanup Day.

Family pleads for help to find killer of Carson patriarch

The Sheriff's Department and City of Carson officials held a press conference outside the Carson Sheriff's station to announce a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the murder of 85-year-old Korean War Veteran Frank Hernandez. Hernandez was struck on the head and robbed by an assailant while walking on the 300 block of East 220th St in Carson near his home on May 31, 2017.

Can you feel a change in Southern Californiaa s weather?

A cooling trend will get underway in the Southland today, sending temperatures between 5 and 10 degrees below normal, National Weather Service forecasters said. The cooling results from a deep marine layer and a trough over the region keeping cool air to the east and west, said National Weather Service meteorologist Dave Bruno.

How surgical equipment wraps are being shaped into sleeping mats for the homeless

Veronica Marella, a surgical technician at Providence Little Company of Mary in Torrance, has found a way to turn sheets used in sterilization trays into waterproof mats for the homeless. Marella, right, and Redondo Beach officer Keith Turner hand one of the mats to Jeff Tubolino at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Redondo Beach.

Critics link Torrance political contributions to push for digital signs

A year before Torrance Mayor Pat Furey cast the deciding vote on whether to move forward with an ordinance that would allow big digital signs near Del Amo mall, Torrance Crossing and along the 405 Freeway, he received $2,000 in campaign contributions from three companies owned in part by The Muller Co., which wants massive digital signs on its redeveloped financial center parcel. Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze/SCNG Torrance Mayor Pat Furey received $2,000 in campaign donations earlier this year from companies associated with the Del Amo Crossing office complex, which is seeking to install massive digital billboards as it redevelops its Hawthorne Boulevard site.

Drive Girls Crashed Onto The Scene In North America

An experience with the style and splendor of Japan, Drive Girls is developed by the ever-popular Tamsoft and features characters designed by popular illustrator UGUME. In a world under assault by an army of mechanized Bugs it's up to the Drive Girls five girls with the power to transform into souped up supercars - to defend their home of Sun Island, cross the finish line, and save the day! Play as any of the five Drive Girls in this action, driving, hack 'n' slash hybrid, and battle it out in human or supercar form to reign victory over the enemy.

City will contract out ambulance services

As part of the transition to the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Hermosa Beach will seek bids to contract out ambulance transport services in the city. The City Council last month voted to pursue the contract option over four other possibilities.

Photos: High school football highlights from Week 2

Newbury Park quarterback Cameron Rising hands off to Joshua Madison as the student section lights up with phones against Westlake, Friday, September 8, 2017, at Newbury Park. Bosco QB Re-al Mitchell cuts back on a run to avoid a defender in Torrance on Friday, September 8, 2017.

The FBI wants to find this woman suspected in 4 South Bay bank holdups

The FBI on Friday released security photographs of an unidentified woman agents have dubbed the South Bay Bandit, wanted for holdups at banks in El Segundo, Torrance, Gardena and Manhattan Beach . In each of the crimes, the woman passed notes to tellers in which she demanded thousands of dollars and claimed she was armed, or had an armed accomplice watching, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said.

Torrance police arrest suspected burglar, search for more

This screen grab of a Google map shows the approximate location where officers gave chase to a suspicious person, leading to an arrest, authorities said. The search got underway shortly after police officers responded at 12:20 p.m. to a report of a suspicious person on a cellphone at 182nd Street and Dorman Avenue, Torrance police Sgt.

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