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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.
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
Salazar named football head coach at Fullerton
Salazar was the head coach at Nogales for the past four seasons. Nogales was 10-2 overall in 2017 and went 5-0 in the Montview League to win the league championship.Man struck by Metrolink train in Fullerton, police suspect suicide
Just before the incident, the 35-year-old man was standing on the tracks in the area of Brookhurst Street and Orangethorpe Avenue at about 6:09 p.m., police said. The situation is still being investigated, but police say it appears to be a suicide.Driver suspected of DUI arrested after hitting Fullerton police car
A woman was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol after she collided with a Fullerton police car early Thursday morning, March 15. At about 1 a.m. the officer was driving westbound on Orangethorpe Avenue at the intersection of Lemon Street when it collided with a black sedan that was traveling southbound, said California Highway Patrol Sgt. Matt Petrella.New Cal State Fullerton president meets Titans on their turf
Fram Virjee, new president of Cal State Fullerton, stands outside his office with the campus sprawling behind him. Fram Virjee sits in his office at Cal State Fullerton.More than 300 plant varieties for sale at Fullerton Arboretum's Veggiepalooza
The Fullerton Arboretum's annual Veggiepalooza sale at Cal State Fullerton will be held again March 17 and 18. Proceeds support plant conservation, environmental education programs and the diverse gardens of the Arboretum. The plant sale believed to be the largest in the region will feature more than 300 varieties of tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables good for home gardening.Laguna Beach police officer exonerated following investigation into elder abuse
A police officer will return to full duty this week after being cleared following an investigation into elder abuse and fraud, police officials announced Monday, March 12. Officer Rock Wagner, 58, a nine-year veteran of the Laguna Beach Police Department, was arrested by Fullerton police Nov. 28 in connection with the investigation. Two other suspects, Wagner's sister Wendy Wagner, 55, and her boyfriend, Norman McBride, 58, both of Huntington Beach, were also arrested.Skateboarder Accused Of Putting Knife To Throat Of Fellow CSU Fullerton Student
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Aaaargh Remember when the first thing you did in the morning wasn't to pick up your smartphone and check for all the alerts you might have missed while you slept? Most of us look at our smartphones for around five hours per day - checking the gadgets hundreds of times every day . Endocrinologist Robert Lustig told Science Alert that the constant stream of alerts from our phones mean that our brains are in a constant state of stress.A Former Stockbroker's Search for a Meaningful Life
Leon Logothetis did it for free by asking complete strangers to help him. The result? A Netflix show and a best selling book called "The Kindness Diaries."Hey, Jerry Brown - This Little Girl's Blood Is On Your Hands
It took Angela and Jesus Aguilar eight years to conceive their daughter, Grace. After saving up for in vitro, they joyfully welcomed their "angel."Chris Eisinger, and West Anaheim's anti-homeless Hysteria.
One thing Anaheim spokesman Mike Lyster REALLY wants me to let people know is that homeless, 35-year old Chris Eisinger , somehow at death's door after an encounter last week near Beach and Lincoln with five Anaheim cops, was NOT one of the 100+ homeless folks being sheltered by the county in West Anaheim motels , and never to anybody's knowledge stayed at the Santa Ana Riverbed. So there's no RATIONAL reason for this terrible and mystifying incident to add to the hysteria out in West Anaheim over the motel homeless.It's okay if 'Shape of Water' made you horny
A fish-sex movie won big at the Oscars, and the bright spotlight seems to have heightened discomfort around the erotic interspecies romance at the center of The Shape of Water . From film critics to Twitter, people appear most conflicted over what is arguably the film's true climax: the sex scene between its mute female protagonist and a fish-man god.Kancigor: The evolution of hamantaschen leads to a favorite holiday treat
Pockets, hats, whatever eat and enjoy! Paula Shoyer offers eight varieties of hamantaschen in "The Holiday Kosher Baker": Raspberry, Vanilla Bean, Chocolate Chip, Low-Sugar, Green Tea, and Gluten-Free. We had festive parties, lots of merriment and dressed up in costumes.Walkabout Cal State Fullerton president relishes magical moments on campus
My wife, Julie, and I snuck onto campus without telling a soul. I had just been appointed president of California State University, Fullerton, and while my term had not yet "officially" begun, I was both in search of student energy and ready to jump into campus life with both feet.Orange County high school schedule: Thursday, March 8
NONLEAGUE Sonora at Tustin, Bolsa Grande at Santa Ana, Laguna Hills at Segerstrom, Keppel at San Juan Hills, Capistrano Valley at Irvine, Cerritos at Newport Harbor, La Serna at La Habra, Glenn at Western, Aliso Niguel at Dana Hills, Esperanza at Norwalk, Saddleback at Santa Ana Valley, Valencia at Fullerton, Buena Park at Pioneer, Santa Margarita at Tesoro, Los Amigos at Anaheim, Katella at Ocean View, Orange at Oxford Academy NONLEAGUE Los Alamitos at Laguna Beach, Brea Olinda at Troy, Edison at Trabuco Hills, Tustin at Kennedy, La Habra at Whittier Christian, Chino Hills at Mater Dei, Sonora at Valencia, Sunny Hills at El Dorado, San Juan Hills at JSerra, California at Fullerton, Aliso Niguel at Irvine, Crean Lutheran at St. Paul, Canyon at Yorba Linda, Foothill at Esperanza, Los Alamitos at Laguna Beach NONLEAGUE Laguna Beach at Dana Hills, Murrieta Valley at Edison, Irvine at ... (more)Professor at Fullerton theology school arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure in Cerritos area
Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies on Tuesday arrested a professor from a theological school in Fullerton on suspicion of exposing himself to two women in the Cerritos area last year, authorities said on Wednesday. Dong-hyun Huh, a 46-year-old Norwalk resident who teaches anthropology at Grace Mission University, is accused of calling the women over to his SUV and showing them his genitals, authorities said in statement.'Cal State Disney': If you're at Cal State...
Cal State Fullerton students, faculty, alums and family members enjoy Disney After Dark on Feb. 1. Titans danced to a DJ in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle as part of the Disney After Dark event on Feb. 1. Cal State Fullerton President Fram Virjee and his wife, Julie, pose with Mickey Mouse at the event. Cal State Fullerton students, faculty, alums and family members pick up commemorative buttons at Disney After Dark on Feb. 1. Jordan Poblete, a 2014 grad and publisher of the DisneyExaminer, an online magazine, shows a commemorative button at the event.'Mum's the Word Bandit' pleads guilty in O.C. to...
A 59-year-old Fullerton man dubbed the Mum's the Word Bandit pleaded guilty Monday to three bank heists and one attempted robbery. Steven Barry Reisman, who is scheduled to be sentenced June 18, could face up to 80 years in prison, according to federal court papers filed on Friday.Parks Junior High School student detained by Fullerton police after...
Police responded to Parks Junior High School on Monday morning and detained a student who police say was overheard threatening to "shoot up" the school the next day. Fullerton Police Department officers arrived at the school at about 11:30 a.m. Monday and detained the 14-year-old student after several students reported hearing him say he had access to a handgun and heard him threatening violence.Loaded Gun Found as Teen Threatens Fullerton School Shooting
Officers responded to D. Russell Parks Junior High School around 11:30 a.m. Monday after "multiple" students told school administrators that they had overheard the male student saying he had access to a handgun at his home and would "shoot up" the school the next day, the Fullerton Police Department said in a news release. When officers searched the student's Anaheim home, they discovered a loaded handgun and ammunition "that were both readily accessible to the student," the FPD said.
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