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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
On the same day as the L.A. Women's March, a 'celebration...

The youth ministry from the St. Angela Merici Catholic Church in Brea attends the OneLife LA march in Chinatown. On the same day that the Women's March drew tens of thousands of people to downtown Los Angeles, Jos and Teresa Macia of Brea took 10 members of their church's youth ministry downtown for a different reason: to march for life.

Tustin's rising political star: Harvard man Brandon Martinez has big ideas about voter reform

Brandon Martinez in front of Tustin City Hall in Tustin on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. Martinez is Tustin native and Harvard student who for the past year has been going before city councils to argue for a new voting system he calls Voter's Choose.

27-Year-Old California Woman Dies After Contracting the Flu: 'It Was a Total and Complete Shock'

A 27-year-old woman died from complications from the flu just days after she contracted the virus that has taken the lives of dozens of people, young and old, across the U.S. this season. Katharine Gallagher, of Tustin, California, left work early on Friday, December 1, when she developed a fever, diarrhea, cold sweats, body aches and nausea.

a Nobody Ever Thinks it Will Happen to Thema : 27-Year-Old Woman Dies After Catching Flu

The parents of Katharine Gallagher said she was a healthy, vibrant 27-year-old woman when she suddenly died after contracting the flu and then developing pneumonia last month. The Southern California woman went to urgent care on a Sunday, and by 6 p.m. the following Tuesday, she was dead.

Whittier PD isna t attracting enough job applicants; herea s the plan to address the officer shortfall

Whittier police department recruits Andrew Leonette, left, and Luis Salas perform push ups at the Orange County Sheriff's Regional Training Academy in Tustin, on Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018. City officials plan to create a new recruiting position and are offering up to a $2,000 bonus to city employees who refer a successful candidate.

With Tustin as their launch pad, husband-and-wife team plan to take...

Xinyu Zhang, left, and wife Eriko Zhao own the first U.S. location of YangA*s Braised Chicken Rice in Tustin. The new parents hope their business will be smoking.

Friend Who Last Saw Missing Student Later Found Dead Was 'Visibly Shaking' in Police Interview

Investigators have yet to name a possible person of interest in the suspected homicide of California pre-med student Blaze Bernstein , whose dead body was found earlier this week. But a search warrant affidavit reportedly shows that the last person to see the 19-year-old alive at one point seemed nervous and was "breathing heavy, talking fast and visibly shaking" while speaking to investigators.

Tustin memorabilia store puts unique historical baseball collection...

J.P. Cohen, president of Memory Lane Inc., a sports memorabilia and collectibles company in Tustin, holds a Tim Keefe and Buck Ewing signed document requesting a special stockholder meeting on February 2, 1891. It is one of the items being auctioned by Memory Lane Inc., during the Winter Historical Rarities 2018 Auction which closes on Saturday, January 13, 2017.

Police Interview Missing OC Teen's Friend in Homicide Case

Three search warrants have been issued in connection to the death of 19-year-old Blaze Bernstein, whose body was found Tuesday, Jan. 9 after an extensive search through Borrego Park. Detectives interviewed a friend of Bernstein, who was one of the last persons to see him alive.

Foundation Building Materials (FBM) Downgraded to Sell at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Foundation Building Materials, Inc. is a specialty distributor of wallboard and suspended ceiling systems primarily in U.S. and Canada. The Company's segments include Specialty Building Products and Mechanical Insulation.

Poet Selma Mann to speak at Association of University Women meeting

The American Association of University Women Tustin-Santa Ana-Orange will meet 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 10, at Prentice School, 18341 Lassen Drive, North Tustin. The speaker will be Selma Mann, who discovered her inner poet following a series of devastating loses.

Hotter housing: North Tustin or Tustin?

Sydnie Hansen, 8, of Tustin, left, pets goats, chickens and baby pigs at Red Hill Lutheran Church in Tustin during Christmas Eve Sunday service. This house-hunting report tracks listing, buying and selling of existing detached and attached residences in the communities.

Toshiba Medical Systems Officially Becomes Canon Medical Systems

Canon Inc . and Canon Medical Systems Corporation today announced the official corporate name change of Canon Group Company Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation to Canon Medical Systems Corporation .

Woman charged with vandalism after authorities find DNA on cigarette butt at crime scene

TUSTIN A 38-year-old Anaheim woman whose DNA was found on a cigarette butt was charged with felony arson and vandalism on Thursday for allegedly damaging a vacant apartment in Tustin, authorities said. Kiyama Nicola Price faces up to six years in prison for allegedly entering a vacant apartment on Myford Road by breaking a window lock on Dec. 12, according to the Orange County District Attorney's Office.

Tustin's 'Fitness Awareness Week' features healthy activities

Tom and Grace Takeuchi take a lap around Peppertree Park as they participate in a Walk with a Doc walking tour through Old Town Tustin in 2016. The Parks and Recreation Department hosts its 17th annual Fitness Awareness Week Monday, Jan. 8 through Friday, Jan. 12, at the Tustin Area Senior Center, 200 South C St. An activity is scheduled for each day of the free event, including "Walk with the Doc" Tuesday, a balance and flexibility class Thursday and a chair exercise class Friday.

Mail ballot results indicate Hamilton out, Cagley leads race to...

Tom Cagley started with a commanding lead in a special recall election to replace Councilman Andrew Hamilton, with 5,273 votes cast, according to the Orange County Registrar of Voters' first update at 8:05 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2. In addition, more than 73 percent of those ballots called for the recall of Hamilton, who has been on the City Council since 2014. The election, which will decide who gets to occupy the council seat for the remaining 11 months of the term, has been spurred by resident Larissa Fellick Clark.

Tustin counts four top 'influencers,' including homeless advocate Mohammed Aly

Mohammed Aly, 28, Tustin He is a polarizing figure, a homeless advocate who has helped people even as he's become a persistent thorn in the side of county officials. Letitia Clark, 35, Tustin Elected only a year ago, the Tustin native has injected fresh ideas into longtime City Council practices as an example, instigating term limits for city commissioners and publicizing the posts to outside candidates.

Tustin 2018: New school, new homes, new office complex and old fun

Legacy 6-12 Academy, a major component of the Tustin Legacy planned community, is slated to break ground in 2018. A 140-unit condominium complex, called Vintage Lofts, is scheduled to break ground early 2018.

2017's Overlooked Story: Does OC Now Have a Recreational Marijuana Monopoly?

Of the 2017 political stories in OC that I don't think have been entirely digested, near the top is Nick Gerda's Santa Ana Will Allow Up to 30 Recreational Marijuana Shops in Voice of OC . Sifting through it generates a number of facts that perhaps should have been expected individually, but add up to something unexpected: has the Old Guard of the Democratic Party established a lucrative de facto monopoly on marijuana sales - that's smokable leaf, edibles, and whatever else - in Orange County? Former DPOC Chair and current Santa Ana ganjapreneur Frank Barbaro with a good bud.

Paper Football Challenge raises funds for Tustin-area charities

An overall view of the quarter-final match-up between Foothill High School Soccer and Tustin High School Cheerleaders during the Paper Football Challenge in 2017. JOSH BARBER, - ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Time to get your flicking finger ready, The annual Paper Football Challenge takes place 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Jan. 27, in the gym at Columbus Tustin Middle School, 17952 Benita Way.

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