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Costa Mesa is located in southwestern California in Orange County. The name "Costa Mesa" directly translates from Spanish to English as "coastland." The city was incorporated into California in 1953 as a somewhat rural farming community based on cattle grazing and agricultural production. Today it has grown into a suburban "edge" city that has an economy which is based on retail, commerce and light manufacturing. The city hosts the Orange County Fair each year in July, bringing more than one million visitors.
Local Newspapers: The Daily Pilot Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Vanguard University of Southern California Whittier Law School National University
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Costa Mesa veteran writes memoir on contributions of the Navy's Seabees
Jim Clarke, 83, is the author of "A Seabee Journey," a memoir of his time with Seabees. Jim Clarke wrote an autobiography about his decades of service in the U.S. Navy to give a voice to the military's construction battalions who literally lay the foundations of national security.Amy Freed helps Shakespeare with a rewrite. The result: 'Shrew!'
Playwright Amy Freed says she rewrote Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" to find a way for today's audiences to watch the play "and still respect ourselves in the morning." He'd written a knockabout comedy but got sloppy with details and seemed to have run short of ideas, especially in segments involving the rough wooing of a brainy, independent woman.'Waitress,' 'Mormon' and, yes, 'Hamilton' lead the Broadway hits coming to L.A.
Jessie Mueller helped to make "Waitress" a huge hit on Broadway. Soon a national tour company will come to the Hollywood Pantages.'DREAMer' Doctors in Training Are Now 'at the Mercy' of Courts
Of the roughly 700,000 unauthorized immigrants who have temporary but tenuous protection from deportation, only 99 are in medical school. Fewer still have made it to their final year.TWMXRS West Coast Open Series | Pala Raceway - Event Coverage and Photos from Round One
The first round of the 2018 TWMX West Coast Open Series is officially in the books, as we made our stop at Pala Raceway for an exciting day of racing this past Sunday. Thanks to an amazing track crew and some rain earlier in the week, Pala's track conditions were all-time.Orange County high school schedule: Thursday, March 22
ORANGE LEAGUE Century at Katella, 3:30 p.m., Savanna at Santa Ana Valley, 3:30 p.m., Anaheim at Magnolia, 3:30 p.m. NONLEAGUE Norco at Los Alamitos 3 p.m., Rosary at Esperanza, Edison at Laguna Hills, Saddleback at Beckman, Godinez at Katella, Ocean View at Santa Ana Valley, 3:15 p.m., San Dimas at Brea Olinda, 3:15 p.m., Orange at Costa Mesa, Loara at Rancho Alamitos, Connelly at Santa Ana, Santiago at Oxford Academy, Yorba Linda at Sonora, Schurr at Buena Park, Valencia at Canyon, Westminster at Western, Santa Margarita at Capistrano Valley, 3:30 p.m., University at La Quinta, 3:30 p.m.Hearing today will weigh what's next for homeless moved from Santa...
U.S. District Judge David Carter, center, greets Shane Allen during a February visit to a homeless encampment along the Santa Ana River. The future of hundreds of homeless people recently removed from the Santa Ana River trail in Orange County and temporarily housed in area motels will be the focus of a federal judge's hearing Saturday in Santa Ana.In Costa Mesa, third time's the charm for 'Book of Mormon'
Elders Price and Cunningham are greeted by a native of the small Ugandan village where they've been assigned as Mormon missionaries in the U.S. touring production of "The Book of Mormon." Photo Credit: Julieta Cervantes Orange County audiences can't get enough of "The Book of Mormon."Tarek El Moussa of 'Flip or Flop' buys $2.28 million Costa Mesa home
The turn-key, four bedroom house includes a swimming pool off the master suite and an electric car charging station in the garage. The home combines midcentury modern and modern farm house styles, with a layout maximizing indoor-outdoor living.Most Orange County city finances bleed red ink
Kudos to the Orange County cities of Cypress, Tustin, Irvine and Laguna Beach for enjoying the most sound balance sheets among Orange County's 34 cities. But cautions go out to Costa Mesa, Brea, Newport Beach and Anaheim for scoring the worst, and possibly entering a fiscal danger zone.New Mexico attorney general sues Vivint Solar for fraud, racketeering
A residential rooftop solar provider that operates in New Mexico, California and 19 other states was accused March 8 by the state attorney general of defrauding residents and jeopardizing their homeownership through deceptive sales practices. Attorney General Hector Balderas filed a lawsuit in state district court against Vivint Solar, Inc. over claims that the company was engaging in a pattern of unfair and unconscionable business practices, fraud and racketeering.El Pollo Loco unveils new logo; 4 best-selling tostadas return to menu
The Costa Mesa-based fire-grilled chicken chain has unveiled a new logo, calling it the "most significant change" to its brand since 1980. Gone is the signature flame-tinged yellow signage, replaced with a bold black-white-and-red theme and a wide-eyed chicken.DA's new team probes abuses on OC's Rehab Riviera
Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas announces the creation of a Sober Living Home Accountability Task Force during a meeting in the Costa Mesa Senior Center on Monday, March 12. Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas has created a task force to attempt to clamp down on outlaw addiction services clogging neighborhoods in the county's "Rehab Riviera." Rackauckas' announcement Monday night of the new "Sober Living Home Accountability Task Force" follows an ongoing investigation by the Southern California News Group that found deaths, sexual assaults, drug use and paying-for-patients inside the state's loosely-regulated treatment centers and sober living homes.News of the Weird:
Israel Perez Rangel, 38, of Santa Ana, California, raised suspicions begging for money at a service station to put gas in the 2015 Ferrari 458 Spider he was driving on Nov. 1. The $300,000 car was in rough shape, according to the Los Angeles Times, with cracked fins, emblems torn from the body and vomit caked on the side. When Santa Ana police arrived, Rangel ran away, but he was caught nearby hiding in bushes.Hovhannisyan May Have Earned Rey Vargas Shot With Rios KO
On Friday night at the OC Hangar in Costa Mesa, California, Azat Hovhannisyan impressively halted former title challenger, Ronny Rios, in six rounds. His trainer, Freddie Roach, believes he's ready for anyone at 122-pounds - "I believe so, he's ready to deal with all of them.Caltrans is desperate to fill thousands of new jobs
California's transportation department plans to swell its staff by 10 percent over the next five years, adding 2,000 employees to help it execute projects funded by the new gasoline tax . Those positions run the gamut from maintenance to architects and engineers.Sixth medical marijuana business gets OK in Costa Mesa
Commissioners voted unanimously to grant a conditional use permit for Nature's Market, which plans to open in an existing 24,379-square-foot industrial building at 1675 Toronto Way. It is the sixth medical marijuana facility the commission has approved for the area of the city where businesses that research, test, process and manufacture such products are allowed under Measure X, an initiative approved by local voters in 2016.
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