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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
A look back at Tustin history as the city celebrates its 90th birthday

This photograph, taken in the 1950s, shows workers at the Golden West Citrus Association's packing house, on Newport Avenue near Irvine Boulevard. The woman is culling frost-damaged lemons as they float to the surface of the water.

Tustin invites you to its 90th birthday bash in the park

Matt Grey, center, leads the band Stone Soul as they perform during the first Concert in the Park of the summer at Peppertree Park in Tustin, June 21, 2017. Matt Grey, center, leads the band Stone Soul as they perform during the first Concert in the Park of the summer at Peppertree Park in Tustin, June 21, 2017.

Why Lease Restrictions Challenge New Retail

As in any negotiation, how much you are going to concede depends on who has the leverage, Coreland Cos.' Ben Terry tells GlobeSt.com in this look at managing restrictions in today's retail environment.

New American Funding Opens New Retail Branch in the Heart of Silicon Valley

TUSTIN, Calif., Sept. 18, 2017 : New American Funding, a leader in the mortgage industry, has expanded its Northern California region to include a retail branch in the heart of Silicon Valley.

16-year-old Tustin girl who received recognition from former First Lady Michelle Obama dies

Hillary Moss poses in 2015 at Pioneer Middle School in Tustin with the letter she wrote to First Lady Michelle Obama, who included a line from the letter in a recent speech. Hillary Beth Moss of Tustin, was transported to Orange County Global Medical Center around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Orange County Supervising Deputy Coroner Daniel Aikin said.

Costa Mesa planning commissioners delay vote on 'granny flats'

The Planning Commission postponed a vote that would allow secondary housing units, also known as granny flats, to be built in multi-family residential areas in an effort to comply with state law. Voicing concerns over staff recommendations for minimum lot size and parking requirements, the commission voted 5-0 Monday, Sept.

Chefs both amateur and professional face off at fundraiser for Tustin-area nonprofits

The mood was festive at the 7th annual d'Vine Wine Affair held at Marconi Automotive Museum on Sun., Sept. 10. The event included a blind wine roulette and silent auction.

Tustin-bred musicians The Bash Dogs bring a '60s vibe to House of Blues

Nate 'Naytron' Barrett, left, Jeremy 'Jerm' Barrett, center, and Nathan "Schmoky Bear" Schmok are three of the four members of the band Bash Dogs. They're a Tustin-based band of Foothill High grads.

Tustin tidbits: What's coming up in town?

The Beatles cover band Hard Day's Night performs tonight, Sept. 14, at the Tustin Community Center.

Yang's, a 6,000-unit, one-dish chicken chain from China, opens first U.S. outlet in Tustin

Yang's features one clay pot chicken dish with three flavor choices: regular , authentic and spicy . For $9.99, you get a large clay pot of chicken served with a side of rice.

Jerome's Furniture Donates 200 Mattresses to Houston

Cops suspect a murder-for-hire plot when a realtor is attacked and left for dead at a home showing. Jerome's Furniture is donating 200 mattresses to Houston Children's Charity in Texas to help people who lost everything in Hurricane Harvey .

Tustin Senior Center to host pasta fest

Come to a pasta fest at the Tustin Area Senior Center 4:30-7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, at 200 South C St. Enjoy live entertainment and a fun game of Family Feud.

The curtain rises: Antique auto finally unveiled in Old Town Tustin

Phil Cox, owner of the Cox Market Plaza property, stands with his 1921 Nash Sport Phaeton in his storefront in Tustin, on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Phil Cox, owner of the Cox Market Plaza property, stands with his 1921 Nash Sport Phaeton in his storefront in Tustin, on Tuesday, September 5, 2017.

Non-toxic Tustin? City Council to weigh an organics-first pesticide policy

Brothers Luke Cantafio, left, 12, and Dylan Cantafio, 10, whose parents are members of Non-Toxic Tustin, a group of residents who are lobbying the city to halt the use of pesticides in its parks, ride a zipline together at the Greenwood Tustin Legacy Children Adventure Playground in Tustin on Thursday, August 31, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer A group of kids play together at Greenwood Tustin Legacy Children Playground in Ron Foell Park on Thursday, August 31, 2017 during a playgroup meet-up for members of Non-Toxic Tustin, a group of residents who are lobbying the city to halt the use of pesticides in city parks.

China's Most Famous Braised Chicken Dish Comes to Tustin Next Week

One of China's most popular restaurant chains is making landfall in Tustin this month. Yang's Braised Chicken Rice first came to prominence in China's Shandong Province back in 2011, serving a secret recipe of slowly-cooked chicken with special sauce and vegetables.

8th annual Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Festival returns with Rare Beer

The 8th annual Brew Ha Ha will return to Oak Canyon Park in Silverado on Saturday, Sept. 23. The 8th annual Brew Ha Ha Craft Beer Festival will return to Oak Canyon Park in Silverado on Saturday, Sept.

How to help Harvey storm victims: Southern California restaurants, supermarkets host fundraisers

Southern California restaurants and grocery stores are launching support for victims of Tropical Storm Harvey, which has caused unprecedented flooding of hundreds of homes in the greater Houston area. Stater Bros.

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