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Carson is located in southwestern California and is a suburb of Los Angeles. The city is home of the Home Depot Center which hosts the yearly JP Morgan/Chase tennis tournament. Several movies and TV shows have been filmed in Carson including 24, Reno 911!, Gone in 60 Seconds, Joe Dirt, The Cable Guy, 10 Items or Less. Notable residents have included director/producer/actor Forest Whitaker (The Last King of Scotland), singer Brandy, singer Ray J, and rapper Dr. Dre.

Population: 89730
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
Local Colleges: California State University-Dominguez Hills

Zip Codes associated with carson, california: 90745 90746 90810
Towns/Cities near carson, california : Torrance Redondo Beach Gardena Compton Lomita Long Beach

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Water company, Rotarians help turkey giveway take flight in South Bay

Rotary Club of Carson-Gardena-Dominguez Partners and Golden State Water along with Gardena Interactive members joined for the 28th Annual Operation Gobble Event in Carson on Thursday, November. 15, 2018.

Free Impossible burgers and sliders to the first 50 orders at all Dog Haus locations on Nov. 19

Be one of the first 50 people at your nearest Dog Haus on Monday, Nov. 19 to order an Impossible burger or slider, a plant-based meat substitute, and it's yours free. The Pasadena-based gourmet hot dog, sausage and burger chain is rolling out the promotion in celebration of its recently launched plant-based menu, which features Beyond Meat sausages in addition to its Impossible offerings all served on King's Hawaiian rolls.

TDE's REASON Talks Top Dawg Relationship, Choosing Rap Over...

Top Dawg Entertainment's newest signee, REASON, is running a well-deserved victory lap. After a number of hardships that could've broken anyone's psyche, REASON beat the odds through a relentless work ethic and sheer force of will.

Long Beach police cleared in 2 shootings last year of attempted murder suspects

Police shot a man who was holding a woman hostage with a sharp object at her throat at this home at 9th Street and Washington Place in Long Beach on Aug. 6, 2017. Three Long Beach police officers have been cleared of wrongdoing in two shootings last year that left an attempted murder suspect dead and another who took a woman hostage wounded.

Two incumbents, seven challengers face off for two Carson City Council seats this Election Day

In a crowded field for two seats on the Carson City Council, two incumbents face seven challengers today, Nov. 6, in what has become a referendum on the five-member panel's record - two years after three incumbents handily won re-election and the mayor proclaimed a mandate from voters. Voters sent a message "that indicates they like what they're seeing in Carson in the last year and they want it to continue," Mayor Albert Robles said in 2016 after claiming his first full term .

Will Carson become a charter city? Voters have big decision as they head to polls on Election Day

As Carson voters head to the polls today, Nov.6, they have a hefty decision to make - whether their town of 92,700 should become a charter city. Currently, Carson is a general law city, meaning they follow the rules for governance set out by the state; charter cities have their own constitution - one that, like in nearby Long Beach and Torrance, voters can amend - and largely have control over municipal affairs, such as dictating how much power the mayor has and how much councilmembers get paid.

Long Beach's First Cidery and Taproom Opens Next Year in a Former Post Office

Long Beach is already rich with craft beer production, and a new cidery is about to join that movement of locally-based creators. This isn't just a big deal for Long Beach, but for the entire region as an entire house dedicated to cider creation is a rare thing throughout the U.S. Ficklewood Ciderworks will start churning ciders out in 2019, with the designation of the second cidery in the area after Honest Abe in Carson, according to the Long Beach Post .

Carson man receives D.A.'s Courageous Citizen Award

In a world filled with crime and wrongdoing, there are still people out there willing to sacrifice to do the right thing. Lloyd Collins of Carson is one of those people.

Fearing they'd been kidnapped, passengers leap from bus

A simple bus ride to a Halloween party aboard the Queen Mary turned into a harrowing ordeal for passengers when the driver got lost. Instead of a short ride from the Aquarium of the Pacific to the Queen Mary, a permanently moored ship and tourist attraction in the Port of Long Beach, the bus wound up nine miles away at the corner of Del Amo and Central and Carson.

Of Course Self-Driving Vans Are Now Delivering Groceries in the Bay Area

Bay Area users of Farmstead are already shopping for their groceries in a fairly futuristic way, through an online-only market. Since September, some test users have been receiving their deliveries in high Silicon Valley fashion as well: Dropped off by autonomous vehicles.

Shuttle bus ride for Queen Mary's - Dark Harbor' turns scary, police say driver just got lost

Dark Harbor at the Queen Mary features six mazes inspired by the ship's haunted past. A frightful bus ride that was supposed to be a short jaunt from a downtown Long Beach parking lot to the Queen Mary's "Dark Harbor" event wound up in Carson instead.

D a de los Muertos Race is Very Much Alive

It was a style that fit right in with the theme of the Providence Holy Cross Healthy San Fernando DA a de los Muertos 5K, held Oct. 27 in the City of San Fernando. "I'm crazy and we need to get into the spirit, and this is DA a de los Muertos," said Contreras of their outfits, which they bought online.

L.A. County Department of Public Works takes over long-criticized Compton water district

Residents gather outside the Sativa Los Angeles County Water District office during a June meeting. State officials on Wednesday removed the elected board and general manager of a water district that for years has been accused of serving brown, smelly water to its customers in Compton.

San Pedroa s Dia de los Muertos bash draws thousands in 7th year

A member of Folklorico Perlitas del Wilmington performs at the 7th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival on Centre Street on Sunday, October 28. A.J. and Matthew Villalobos show off their matching costumes at the 7th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival on Centre Street on Sunday, October 28. Marisol Reynoso takes picture during the 7th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival on Centre Street on Sunday, October 28. Kristine Castillo shows her witch costume at the 7th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival on Centre Street on Sunday, October 28. An American Bulldog named Belle reacts to a dinosaur from a Halloween store at the 7th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival on Centre Street on Sunday, October 28. Members of the Mariachi Academy of Carson entertained the crowd at the 7th Annual San Pedro Dia de los Muertos Festival was held on Centre Street on ... (more)

Photos: Canines in costumes? In Long Beach, ita s a dog-gone Halloween tradition

The Howloween Dog Costume Parade at Marina Vista Park in Long Beach, Calif. Oct. 28, 2018.

4 years after a corruption scandal, West Basin water district still wrestling with ethics

When Ronald Smith became ensnared in a corruption probe and resigned in disgrace from an obscure South Bay water agency, his board colleagues quickly vowed to impose changes to combat such ethical lapses. The Carson-based West Basin Municipal Water District, which has a $200 million budget and supplies imported water to 17 mostly South Bay cities, performed an audit , overhauled codes of conduct for board members and eliminated individual community outreach funds , the same pot of money that Smith used to steer $20,000 of public funds through a Torrance nonprofit to pay for personal expenses.

US jobless claims rise; continuing claims lowest in over 45 years

New applications for U.S. unemployment aid rose last week, but the number of Americans receiving benefits fell to more than a 45-year low, pointing to tightening labor market conditions. FILE PHOTO -Leaflets lie on a table at a booth at a military veterans' job fair in Carson, California October 3, 2014.

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