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Fullerton is known for its music scene. It was the center of Orange County's hardcore punk music scene. Notable bands from the area have included The Adolescents, TSOL, Agent Orange, and Social Distortion. Gwen Stefani ( lead vocalist of No Doubt) attended California State University Fullerton, and performed there with the band No Doubt on several occasions. Jackson Browne, popular singer/songwriter, attended a high school in the city. Other popular groups from the area include The Offspring and Lit.

Population: 126003
Local Newspapers: Fullerton News Tribune Fullerton Observer
Local Sports Teams: Anaheim Angels (MLB) Anaheim Mighty Ducks (NHL) LA Avengers (AFL) LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA) Cal State Fullerton Titans
Local Colleges: California State University Fullerton Western State University College of Law Hope International University Southern California college of Optometry

Zip Codes associated with fullerton, california: 92833 92831 92832 92833 92835
Towns/Cities near fullerton, california : Placentia Buena Park

Fullerton News
Pug Abandoned, Left With Half Her Hind Legs

Mila is an 18-month-old pug who was found abandoned and severely injured in Orange County on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018.

Right-wing media massively fails in attempt to smear Kavanaugh...

Right-wing media personality Matt Drudge on Monday completely crashed and burned in his latest attempt to smear Christine Blasey Ford, who has gone on the record to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of trying to rape her when they were both teenagers, In fact, the RateMyProfessors page refers to a Christine A. Ford, who taught at the social work department at California State University Fullerton, and who actually received only five reviews - two of which rated her as "awesome," two of which rated her as "average," and only one of which rated her as "awful." Christine Blasey Ford, meanwhile, is a professor of clinical psychology at Palo Alto University who has never worked at Fullerton.

Need a notary? New app will let you call one like an Uber

Isaiah Lopez and his business partner, Pooka Platner, are launching their company, Aruta On-Demand, with the help of the Cal State Fullerton Startup Incubator in Irvine, where they are photographed Sept. 6. Aruta On-Demand, allows people to summon a notary quickly and allows notaries to efficiently schedule their jobs - sort of like Uber for notaries.

Big sounds from the small boutique guitar luthiers of California

Mike Butler sands a Classic model of a Tom Anderson guitar at Anderson Guitarworks in Newbury Park. All guitars are made by hand at the boutique factory.

Fire, possible explosion at Fullerton residential complex leads to school lockdown

Firefighters battled a residential complex blaze in the 700 block of Carhart Avenue where an explosion was reportedly heard. Firefighters battled a blaze in a residential complex in Fullerton on Friday afternoon, Sept.

Yes on Proposition 11 for more sensible 911 services

An ambulance arrives after a babysitter injures herself and four children when the SUV she was driving overturned on the eastbound 91 freeway at Magnolia Avenue in Fullerton, CA on Friday morning, April 14, 2017. In California, about 25 percent of 911 emergency calls for an ambulance are handled by local fire departments.

Huge monument honors aerospace workers

Curt Pringle, left, Mayor of Anaheim, walks along the commemorative monument honoring the legacy of Autonetics, as Don Beall, center, retired chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Rockwell International Corporation, speaks with John McLuckey, right, retired president of Boeing Space Systems, following the unveiling at Boeing Tuesday morning in Anaheim. Officials pull off a large blue tarp that covered the commemorative monument honoring the legacy of Autonetics, at Boeing Tuesday morning in Anaheim, unveiling it to the nearly 2000 people on hand for the event.

Brews and blues prove a winning combo for CSUF's Fullerton Arboretum

Ray and Raquel Andzula dance to the music during the Fullerton Arboretum's Brews & Blues in the Garden fundraiser Aug. 18. "Good Beer" gets poured into one of the signature souvenir glasses from the Fullerton Arboretum's Brews & Blues in the Garden fundraiser Aug. 18. Food trucks were available during the Fullerton Arboretum's Brews & Blues in the Garden fundraiser Aug. 18. A variety of beers were available for sampling at the Fullerton Brews & Blues in the Garden fundraiser Aug. 18. Hector Zazveta, left, nervously plays a game of Jenga Giant with help from his friends during the Fullerton Arboretum's Brews & Blues in the Garden fundraiser Aug. 18. Seward and Robert Clark watch the festivities at the Fullerton Arboretum's Brews & Blues in the Garden fundraiser Aug. 18. Darrell Long, center, and David Dotson laugh and enjoy the Fullerton Arboretum's Brews & Blues in the Garden fundraiser ... (more)

CSUF programs inspiring female students in STEM get national nod

Orange County Girl Scouts learn creative coding, with the mentorship of CSUF computer science students. Cal State Fullerton programs that support females in STEM - teaching Girl Scouts computer coding, hosting an event for girls about careers in engineering and technology, and giving female undergraduate students extra support - got a national nod from Insight Into Diversity magazine.

Theme parks count on mournful visitors to take one last ride aboard dying attractions

When Amanda Haney was a kid, the teeth-baring dinosaurs on Jurassic Park - The Ride at Universal Studios Hollywood seemed all too real. These days, the Fullerton sales executive is feeling more sad than scared about the attraction's Sept.

App connects special needs kids with resources

But that's how far back David Chamberlain reached when he decided to launch a startup after studying entrepreneurship at Cal State Fullerton. Chamberlain has launched Interact, an app that allows parents of special needs kids to find suitable schools, health care and activities.

Musician uses her childhood town, La Palma, as backdrop in music videos

Singer/songwriter Mikayla Khramov of La Palma, 24, has recently released her third music video and is planning a fourth. Khramov performs a variety of musical genres and has roots in Russian folk music.

Fullerton eateries help Rotary club cook up a fundraiser at arboretum

You know it for its beautiful gardens, environmental educational programs and popular plant sales, but on Sept. 22, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., the Fullerton Arboretum will be the scene of Fullerton Uncorked, a food and wine tasting extravaganza hosted by Fullerton South Rotary.

Driver who hit two pedestrians, killing one in Redondo Beach, turns himself in

A 28-year-old male driver who hit two pedestrians, killing one of them, in Redondo Beach, turned himself in and was arrested, authorities said Thursday, Sept. 6. Nathan Greenberg of Redondo Beach surrendered to police Wednesday after allegedly hitting a man and woman, who were crossing Artesia Boulevard, and then fleeing the scene.

The ethnic studies kids are alright

Up for a fiesta? On Thursday, Cal State L.A. will hold a shindig complete with a mariachi, a new song by '70s punk icon Alice Bag, and a keynote speech by labor activist Dolores Huerta. The occasion is the 50th anniversary of the school's Department of Chicana and Latina Studies - their grammar, not mine - the nation's first such department.

Former Fullerton police sergeant charged with filing false report on then-city managera s DUI crash

A former Fullerton police sergeant was charged Tuesday with a single count of filing a false police report stemming from a 2016 drunken driving traffic crash involving then- Fullerton City Manager Joe Felz. Rodger Jeffrey Corbett, 45, of Corona, allegedly falsely filed a report stating that Felz was not under the influence of alcohol at the time of the Nov. 9, 2016, crash and gave Felz a ride home.

Disneyland fans say goodbye to a a buga s landa at Disneya s California Adventure - but not entirely

Stephanie Ortiz, of Fullerton, pouts as she hugs Flik during the last day of operation for A Bug's Land at Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim, CA, on Tuesday, Sep 4, 2018. The land is being replaced with a Marvel-themed area slated to open in 2020.

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