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Located in Los Angeles county twelve miles from Los Angeles itself in the southern part of the state. The city began with a Spanish land grant given to a Spanish soldier, Manuel Nieto, in 1784. Pio Pico, the last Mexican Governor of California, before the end of the Mexican American War, owned most of Whittier. Rose Hills Memorial Park is located within Whittier and is the largest single location cemetery anywhere in the world. The Whittier High School was also used as the filming location for the high school scenes in both Back to the Future and Back to the Future Part II.

Population: 83680
Local Newspapers: Whittier Daily News LA Times And Orange County Register
Local Sports Teams: LA Dodger (MLB) LA Galaxy (Soccer) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL)
Local Colleges: Whittier College

Zip Codes associated with whittier, california: 90201 90601 90602 90603 90604 90605 90606
Towns/Cities near whittier, california : Pico Rivera Santa Fe Springs Hacienda Heights

Whittier News
Hospital in Whittier Goes on Lockdown After Report of Person With Gun Inside

Newschopper4 Bravo over Whittier Hospital on Dec. 15, 2018 after reports of a lockdown due to a persona with a gun. A hospital in Whittier was temporarily under lockdown Saturday night after a report of a possible person with a gun inside, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.

Family seeks help finding missing Whittier man

Keanu Gummig, 22, of Whittier has been missing since Dec. 11, 2018. He went for a walk and has not been seen since.

Burglary suspect climbs through hole in store wall - and into deputies' waiting arms

A man became stuck in a hole in a wall as he was attempting to evade arrest. A man suspected of burglarizing a pawn shop in Whittier was taken into custody Thursday after getting stuck in a hole in the wall while trying to escape, officials said.

Indian restaurant coming to Uptown Whittier has to compromise on late hours

City Council couldn't go along with an earlier approval that would have let Imli serve alcohol 'til 2 a.m. daily. A pedestrian walk past the building 7000-block of Greenleaf Avenue in Whittier on Tuesday October 16, 2018.

Whittier man arrested on suspicion of threatening to shoot wife

Downey police said the man, Jimmy Salcido, called the Downey Police Department, said he had a gun and was going to to his wife's place of employment in Downey to shoot her. "Further investigation revealed that Salcido had called his wife numerous times all day and had made threats to her," police said in a statement.

There's a new vegan restaurant in Whittier

Laura Jardon, the author of the vegan recipe blog, Veggie y Que , has opened a deli of the same name in Uptown Whittier. Veggie y Que is all-vegan and currently has a small, but varied menu with items like salads, tacos and pasta.

Construction begins on Whittier churcha s $7 million parking lot

Hundreds of trees have been removed, the bulldozers are on site and much of the once-luscious landscaping around Whittier Area Community Church is gone. This just means that construction has begun on the church's new new $7.1 million parking lot that will connect to Colima Road.

Whittier officials identify seven sites for affordable housing

They've identified seven possible sites that could be used for affordable housing in Whittier. There's also federal and redevelopment money that could be used to subsidize the projects.

Whittier's fifth oldest church wants to turn its property into low-income senior housing

Reverend Layne Beamer, left, with church members, from left, Donna Smith, Carrie Decker, Betty Kenworthy, Veralee Stewart and Joseph Papaian in front of the First Christian Church in Whittier on Wednesday December 5, 2018. The church congregation has decided to turn over the church to Christian Church Homes at the end of 2019 and turn it into low-income senior apartments.

Americaa s Suicidal Turning Point: Chapter Three

This hard-working, A+ student of Whittier, California worked so diligently to please his Quaker community, while, in the end, despite a landslide re-election as President, he couldn't help himself from "going the extra mile" and, basically, becoming a criminal. Think of how happy he and his wife might have been had he never become President of the United States.

Special Report: Whittier-area school districts release details of teacher misconduct cases

In response to requests from this newspaper, Whittier-area school districts have revealed a number of cases of teacher misconduct, including lewd acts with a minor, inappropriate text messages to a student, cheating on state tests and the distribution of sexually explicit materials at a school. A series of recent sex scandals in the Los Angeles Unified School District have spurred concerns among many parents about the potential for abuse in their own schools.

Photos: Thousands of people attended the Uptown Whittier Christmas parade.

Lexi Ramirez and her daughter, Leila, 2-1/2, wave at performers on Greenleaf Avenue during the 65th annual Uptown Whittier Christmas Parade on Saturday December 8, 2018. Santa Claus, a Whittier World War II veteran and an actress led the 65th anniversary Uptown Whittier Christmas parade Saturday in a celebration of "Christmas Around the World."

15,000 expected at Uptown Whittier Christmas parade Saturday

Santa Claus rides down Greenleaf Avenue in Whittier Calif. to close out the 64th Annual Uptown Christmas Parade on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017.

Funeral scheduled for Rancho-Starbuck student killed in Whittier crash

Funeral arrangements have been scheduled and a memorial fund has been created for Maddisen Nichole Wilks, 12, who was killed in a car crash in Whittier on Friday. Maddisen, a seventh grader and band member at Rancho-Starbuck in Whittier, was a passenger in a Nissan Xterra when it crashed into a light pole on 1st Avenue and Leffingwell Road.

O.C.-based healthy cookie creators get sweet deal on 'Shark Tank'

Kristoffer Quiaot, a Whittier resident, and Victor Macias, a Santa Ana resident and CSUF grad, make the pitch for their Nui low-carb, low-sugar cookies on the 11/25 episode of ABC's "Shark Tank." Victor Macias and Kristoffer Quiaoit have brought their low-carb, low-sugar cookie company Nui a long way in a short time.

JFK 50 years later: Nixon's brother remembers the two presidents were good friends

Ed Nixon, younger brother of the former president, spoke at the memorial of ninth circuit judge of the U.S. courth of appeals Charles E. Wiggins thanking the judge's family for his support during his brother's presidency. The world of presidents is foreign to most people, said Edward C. Nixon, 83, the youngest brother of the late President Richard M. Nixon.

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File photo of the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County's San Jose Creek Reclamation Plant near Whittier shows the final stage of water reclamation. The general manager of Los Angeles County's Sanitation Districts helped steer contracts to her husband's law firm and did not properly report his income when disclosing her economic interests, according to complaints sent to the state Fair Political Practices Commission and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

Area men held in child-porn sting

Five local men accused of sharing child pornography over the Internet were among 52 Southern California residents swept up in a federal sting operation, authorities announced Tuesday. Jensen Quan, 24, of Rowland Heights, Michael Russel, 37, of Whittier, Ricky Medrano, 20, of Whittier, John Nance, 70, of Glendora, and Paul Dusenbury, 49, of Pomona were arrested in the sting, United States Department of Justice officials said in a written statement.

Whittier resident pleads guilty to manslaughter in shooting death of Rancho Cucamonga man

A 35-year-old man pleaded guilty Wednesday to voluntary manslaughter for a shooting last year in Whittier that left a San Bernardino County man dead. Peter Vidal Hernandez of Whittier also admitted a gun use allegation involving the Sept.

Armed Robber in a Cowboy Hat Holds Up Denny's, 7-Eleven

There were no reports of shots fired at the Denny's in Whittier and the convenience store in Pico Rivera A man driving a pickup and wearing a cowboy hat was armed with a shotgun when he held up a Denny's restaurant and 7-Eleven convenience store overnight. There were no reports of shots fired at the Denny's in Whittier and the convenience store in Pico Rivera.

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