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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.

Population: 108724
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

Zip Codes associated with costa mesa, california: 92626 92627
Towns/Cities near costa mesa, california : Huntington Beach Fountain Valley Santa Ana Tustin Irvine

Costa Mesa News
Man gets prison for taking Ferrari on 2 week joyride

A man who took a stolen Ferrari on a two-week joyride in Southern California won't be going anywhere for a while. KNBC-TV reports that Israel Rangel of Santa Ana was sentenced to nine years in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to the theft.

Vote yes, with some caveats, on California Prop. 69

Early morning traffic makes its way along the 91 Freeway in Riverside County. California's population is approaching 40 million after growing by nearly 300,000 people during the year ending July 1, 2017, state officials reported Thursday in their annual county-by-county population update.

Two local chocolate factories closing, one will move to Canada, the...

Valenza Chocolatier has closed but will reopen in a permanent 400-square-foot space at The Hood Kitchen on June 4. Bon bons from Valenza Chocolatier which has closed but will reopen in a permanent 400-square-foot space at The Hood Kitchen on June 4. Bon bons from Valenza Chocolatier which has closed but will reopen in a permanent 400-square-foot space at The Hood Kitchen on June 4. Amy Jo Pedone's Valenza Chocolatier has closed but will reopen in a permanent 400-square-foot space at The Hood Kitchen on June 4. Valenza Chocolatier has closed but will reopen in a permanent 400-square-foot space at The Hood Kitchen on June 4. Seen here, mini Easter eggs.

Kaya toast is the best breakfast sandwich you've never heard of

Kaya toast is a Southeast Asian breakfast staple served at East Borough in Costa Mesa. I assumed everyone knew what kaya toast was when I casually referenced the dish in last week's article about my favorite cheap eats in Orange County .

Son of 'Real Housewives of Orange County' star will...

Joshua Waring -- son of Lauri Peterson, right -- is facing attempted-murder and other felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with a 2016 shooting in Costa Mesa. The son of former "Real Housewives of Orange County" star Lauri Peterson will again represent himself in his attempted-murder case after alleging during a court hearing Tuesday that he can't be sure of the confidentiality of phone calls between himself and his former defense attorney.

Named in drug investigation, West Covina Mayor Mike Spence could be stripped of his title

After being named in a police drug investigation, West Covina Mayor Mike Spence could be stripped of his largely-ceremonial title Thursday. The City Council is set to hold a special meeting Thursday to discuss, as the agenda puts it, "office of the mayor - status/removal/appointment."

Costa Mesa's Vanguard University plans to add students, overhaul campus

A rendering shows how a new student center would look at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa. The school has created a long-term plan for the campus.

Newport film fest knows how to party

"Insight" actor Max Perlich, from left, actress Angelina Rose-Troy, director Richard Gabai, actress Natalie Zea and actress Veronica Cartwright pose during the Newport Film Festival arrivals at the Spotlight Cinemas Triangle Square in Costa Mesa on Saturday. Movie flyers and programs are seen during the Newport Film Festival at the Spotlight Cinemas Triangle Square in Costa Mesa on Saturday.

Lil Yachty & Deadmau5 Go Head-to-Head on Twitter

Lil Yachty performs onstage during day three of MUSINK at OC Fair & Events Center on March 18, 2018 in Costa Mesa, Calif. Lil Yachty sent out a PSA on Monday that he is interested in creating an EDM song, but not everyone was excited about the rapper's request.

UCI Alumnus Manuel Chavez Runs for Costa Mesa City Coucil

After walking across the commencement stage last June, Manuel Chavez hit the ground running in Orange County's political arena. The political science and religious studies grad is campaigning to become one of the youngest UCI alumni elected to public office, vying for a seat on Costa Mesa's City Council representing the newly formed fourth district.

West Covina mayor named in drug investigation by Costa Mesa police

Costa Mesa police are investigating an incident involving West Covina Mayor Mike Spence after officers responded earlier this month to a medical aid call at a hotel, where Spence reportedly was found unconscious along with "controlled substance items" at the scene, authorities said Monday. Police responded shortly after midnight on May 4 to a call from the 2000 block of Newport Boulevard that involved two people, one of whom was Spence, police spokeswoman Roxi Fayad said.

Sold-out crowd for 14th annual Battle of the Mariachis at Mission San Juan Capistrano

Mariachi Los Santos is from Santa Ana. They performed at Mission San Juan Capistrano's 14th Annual Battle of the Mariachis Festival on Saturday, May 12. Salma Martinez doffs her hat while Mariachi Corozon perform a warm up near the statute of Father Serra.

OCTA begins community workshops to discuss $1.9 billion 405 Freeway project

Jeff Mills, Program Manager for OCTA, speaks to a small crowd as the Orange County Transportation Authority hosted a community meeting at the Westminster Senior Center Thursday evening to discuss the I-405 Improvement Project, a project aimed at speeding up commutes on I-405 between Costa Mesa and the Los Angeles County line. The hassles and headaches that are part and parcel of freeway construction do not inspire celebration.

Chargers coach Lynn to get college degree 26 years later Source: AP

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'Hamilton' tickets aren't so impossible for the musical's Segerstrom run in Costa Mesa

Hit musical "Hamilton" opened at Segerstrom Center for the Arts Tuesday night and tickets are still available. "Hamilton" ticket-buying frenzies may be legendary : the swiftly sold-out shows, the unwieldy lines, the digital ticket lotteries, the third-party ticket prices that soar into the thousands of dollars.

Popular Corona del Mar beach concession Tackle Box opens pop-up restaurant at SOCO in Costa Mesa

Brothers Andrew Huskey, left and Brian Huskey, right, seen here at their beach concession Tackle Box, have opened a pop-up restaurant with the same name at SoCo in Costa Mesa. When it comes to space, their other restaurant, the Tackle Box beach concession in Corona del Mar, definitely lived up to its name.

Costa Mesa nursing school under investigation, court records show.

A private, for-profit nursing school in Costa Mesa is under investigation for potential financial aid fraud, according to federal court records. Federal authorities earlier this month were given permission to seize more than $3 million in bank funds and currency in connection to an investigation of Pacific College, court records show.

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