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Located in Los Angeles county twelve miles from Los Angeles itself in the southern part of the state. The city began with a Spanish land grant given to a Spanish soldier, Manuel Nieto, in 1784. Pio Pico, the last Mexican Governor of California, before the end of the Mexican American War, owned most of Whittier. Rose Hills Memorial Park is located within Whittier and is the largest single location cemetery anywhere in the world. The Whittier High School was also used as the filming location for the high school scenes in both Back to the Future and Back to the Future Part II.

Population: 83680
Local Newspapers: Whittier Daily News LA Times And Orange County Register
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodger (MLB) LA Galaxy (Soccer) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL)
Local Colleges: Whittier College

Zip Codes associated with whittier, california: 90201 90601 90602 90603 90604 90605 90606
Towns/Cities near whittier, california : Pico Rivera Santa Fe Springs Hacienda Heights

Whittier News
Victim shot dead in Bentley in Santa Fe Springs was San Bernardino man

Whittier Police officers and detectives secure the scene where two men were shot in a convertible Bentley on the 9600-block of John St. in Santa Fe Springs leaving one dead and one transported to a hospital on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. Authorities on Friday identified the man who was found fatally shot in Santa Fe Springs as a San Bernardino resident.

3 people wounded in Santa Fe Springs shooting

One man died and another was injured in a shooting in an industrial neighborhood in Santa Fe Springs Thursday afternoon, officials said. The shooting took place shortly after 4:30 p.m. along John Street, north of Los Nietos Road, according to Whittier police officials.

a Stranger dangera : Whittier police investigating incident of a man approaching school kids

Two middle school students walking home were approached by a man in a car Wednesday, the Whittier Police Department announced Thursday. At 2:40 p.m., two 12-year-old girls were walking home from Hillview Middle School in the 10300 block of Hester Avenue when a man driving a newer model, gray Toyota Camry pulled up next to them and asked for help finding his dog, Whittier police Officer John Scoggins said in a written statement.

Pico Rivera shooting victim lived in city

Los Angeles County deputies and homicide investigators respond to a man fatally shot on the 9500-block of Banta Rd. in Pico Rivera, on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. Coroner's spokesman Ed Winter said paramedics pronounced 37-year-old Jesse Hernandez Jr. of Pico Rivera dead minutes after the 4:03 p.m. Monday shooting in the 9500 block of Banta Road.

Voting in the Lowell Joint School District will soon change, after...

Students react as author John Archambault reads at Jordan Elementary in the Lowell Joint School District on October 27, 2017. Board members of the Lowell Joint School District voted Tuesday to split the district into five areas, with one member representing each, a move made necessary under the threat of a civil rights lawsuit.

Skateboarders: youa re needed to design skateboard park at Mayberry Park

Harbor City skater Emilio Otero drops down quarter pipe. L.A. Councilman Joe Buscaino's office is working on building Harbor City's first skate park at the Harbor City Recreation Center on Frampton Avenue.

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.

Whittier Art Gallerya s latest exhibit features Latin artists

The Whittier Art Gallery is hosting a reception for its latest show, "Arte Sin Fronteras," from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday at 8035 Painter Ave. It runs through Jan. 27 and features local, national and international Latin artists, including syndicated cartoonist and satirist Lalo Alcarez and renowned photographer George Rodriguez .

Bill aims to plug holes in addiction treatment industry

Stoned and crying in April, 2017, Timmy Solomon hears a voice. "What's wrong, why are you so sad," the voice slurs from a sleeping on the concrete near a gas station.

Armed couple rob Whittier gas station market, then get away

A woman with tattoos on her face and a man wearing a bandanna over his face robbed a Whittier am/pm at gunpoint Monday night. Officers later found the now-empty cash register on Turnbull Canyon Road.

Former Veterans Affairs worker from Whittier to plead guilty to...

A Whittier man who worked for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs was charged Tuesday for lying about accepting hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes from a parking lot operator as part of a scheme that defrauded the agency of about $11 million , according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Ralph Tillman, a 58-year-old contract officer for the VA, agreed to plead guilty to two felony charges - filing a false federal tax return and lying to investigators about accepting bribes - after admitting to taking more than $286,250 in bribes over 14 years from the owner of Westside Services LLC. The company ran parking lots for care centers within the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System.

Santa Fe Springs has new police team captain

Whittier Police Capt. Aviv Bar, left, passed the baton to Whittier Police Capt. Michael Davis as the supervisor of the Whittier Police Department's Santa Fe Springs policing team.

Biola student was first-ever adopted frozen embryo

Hannah Strege, the first child born through embryo adoption program called Snowflake, sits in the library where she is now a student at Biola University in La Mirada on Friday, Jan. 12, 2018. The 19-year-old is a college freshman who likes to listen to music, go shopping with her mom and out to the movies - preferably romantic comedies - with friends at the spur of the moment.

Ask a cop: Is it safe to drive with one hand?

We find your articles in the Whittier Daily News informative and useful. Now we request that you comment on how one should hold the steering wheel particularly when on a busy freeway at high speed.

Teen critically wounded in South Whittier shooting

A car filled with apparent gang members shot and critically wounded a teenage boy and fired upon, but missed, a second victim in a South Whittier neighborhood on Sunday night, authorities said. The gunfire was first reported just after 9 p.m. in the area of Carmenita Road and Beaty Avenue in the unincorporated county area, Los Angeles County sheriff's Lt.

Relevant Radio launches live, interactive family rosary program

Starting Jan. 15, a new live interactive program debuts on Relevant Radio aimed at bringing together people across the United States to pray the rosary at the same time. Believed to be the first program of its kind, Relevant Radio's "Family Rosary Across America" will originate in the Los Angeles area, with the rosary led by Father Dave Heney, pastor of St. Bruno Catholic Church in Whittier, California.

Two men held for trial in 2009 shooting at Pico Rivera pizza parlor that left 3 men dead

A Whittier man and a Pico Rivera man must stand trial in the murders of three people and the wounding of seven others during a shooting spree at a pizza parlor in Pico Rivera in a 2009, a judge ruled Thursday. Following emotional testimony from several of the surviving victims, defendants Rudy "Chapo" Ruiz, 32, of Whittier and John "Diablo" Perez, 44, of Pico Rivera were ordered to face trial in the June 27, 2009, shooting at Falcone's Pizza on Slauson Avenue.

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