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Mission Viejo is located in southern California in the Saddleback Valley. The city is primarily residential, with several offices and businesses in the city limits. The city was named after Rancho Mission Viejo, the large Spanish land grant from which the community was established. The land where Mission Viejo now lies was once a hilly region predominately used for grazing sheep and cattle. The city is the hometown of the New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez, New York Yankees pitcher Phil Hughes, and Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman Adam LaRoche.

Population: 93102
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: Mission Viejo Vigilantes
Local Colleges: Saddleback College

Zip Codes associated with mission viejo, california: 92691 92692
Towns/Cities near mission viejo, california : Lake Forest Laguna Hills Laguna Woods Aliso Viejo Rancho Santa Margarita

Mission Viejo News
Why Your Guacamole Is So Expensive

A worker sorts avocados separated by weight from a conveyor belt at a packing facility in Nayarit, Mexico, on Nov. 4, 2016. That bowl of guacamole on Cinco de Mayo will be more expensive this year, as avocado prices rise to a record on surging demand and a smaller crop in Mexico and California.

Father suspected of abducting son, 10, from Mission Viejo

The OC Sheriff's Dept. is searching for 10 year old Jaime Huerta, who was picked up by his father, Jaime Zepeda, after school Wednesday, April 26, 2017, but not taken home, violating a court order.

Saddleback automotive program introduces students to alternative fuel options

Sean Selff, senior apparatus tech, left, explains how the Placentia fire engine runs on diesel at National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey. Students and others gathered Thursday at Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, where being green was on the agenda.

Mission Viejo City Council opposes sanctuary state, gas and car tax

MISSION VIEJO In what was a busy night, the Mission Viejo City Council decided to oppose a pair of state bills, voted to ask the Capistrano Unified School District to hold a special election after a recent resignation from a Board of Trustees member, and looked into forming a task force to curb the use of opioids by its youth at its Tuesday, April 25, meeting. The two bills, one identifying California as a sanctuary state and the other proposing to raise the gas and car tax, could have a profound impact on the city and its residents, council members said.

4 Mission Viejo schools on lockdown during law enforcement activity

MISSION VIEJO Mission Viejo High School, La Paz Intermediate School, Esperanza Special Education School and Linda Vista Elementary School were on lockdown late Wednesday morning during law enforcement activity. The schools are close to one another, in the La Paz Road and Christana Drive area.

Earth Day isn't just a one-day fling at The Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano

Volunteer Rose McCarver, left, helps The Ecology Center visitors Jeremiah Aquino, 10, and his sister, Juliana Aquino, 3, make prayer flags using all-natural dyes during an Earth Day celebration at the center on Saturday, April 22. Visitors tour the grounds of The Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano on Saturday, April 22 during Earth Day celebration and open house event. The Ecology Center volunteer Alicia Serratos, left, 10, of Mission Viejo helps Charlie Howells, 3, of Laguna Niguel make a seed ball at a gardening station during an Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 22. Visitors browse through the gift shop at The Ecology Center in San Juan Capistrano during an Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 22, 2017.

Metrolink Orange County and Inland Empire Orange County weekend service delayed due to maintenance

Some train riders may have their weekend plans delayed due to Metrolink maintenance projects on the Orange County and Inland Empire Orange County lines. "The North County Transit District and San Diego Association of Governments are doing a number of rail projects south of Laguna Niguel/Mission Viejo Station to improve Amtrak, Coaster and Metrolink service," said a press release from Metrolink.

Boys track and field athlete of the week: Jack Landgraf, Dana Hills

BOYS ATHLETE OF THE WEEK JACK LANDGRAF DANA HILLS Landgraf won the 1,600 meters and 3,200 at the O.C. Championships to be named boys distance athlete of the meet.

Mission Viejo's international festival will celebration of cultures

Volunteers dress up for last year's La Paz International Festival. The event returns to La Paz Intermediate School, 5-8 p.m. Friday, April 28. The La Paz International Festival returns to Mission Viejo from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 28 to bring together students, families and area residents to share the range of cultures and traditions in the community.

Softball athlete of the week: Camryn Ybarra, Mission Viejo

The senior went 9 for 9 at the plate with eight RBI and fives runs scored in wins over San Clemente and El Toro. Ybarra belted a go-ahead two-run home run in the sixth inning against San Clemente.

Doggy Dna: Unique startup has roots at Cornell

DOGGY DNA: Unique startup has roots at Cornell Years of research went into creating Embark Veterinary Inc. Check out this story on pressconnects.com: http://ithacajr.nl/2pQmxBq Embark Dog DNA Test is not the first dog DNA test, but it's the most comprehensive available to consumers. Brothers Ryan and Adam Boyko partnered with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and Spencer Wells, a pioneer in consumer genetics, to found Embark.

Mission Hospital adds the names of 2016 donors to its Wall of Recognition

The Wall of Recognition at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo on Thursday afternoon, April 20, 2017. The Wall of Recognition is a wall memorial to allow grieving families a place to remember their loved ones who had donated organs to help others after their deaths.

Bebe will close all stores in May

Retailer Bebe will close all of its stores by the end of May, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Brisbane-based chain has a total of 168 retail and outlet stores as of March, including Orange County locations in Brea, Irvine, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach and Santa Ana.

Mother, daughter hope to open eyes to ovarian cancer through fundraiser

Mission Viejo residents Candice Lopez, left, and her mother Patty Lopez, who have organized an Ovarian Cycle fundraiser that will take place at Hard Core Fitness Studio on April 29, 2017, hold up an event poster and a photo of their sister and daughter, Cindy Frey-McCurdy, who died of Ovarian Cancer in October of 2016, at the Lake Forest gym on Friday, February 24, 2017.

Mother disputes UC Irvine hospital's claim that parents were told of outbreak

Briana Walker of Mission Viejo holds her son while he was hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit at UC Irvine Medical Center on Feb. 28. About a week later, Walker's son tested positive for a superbug that had been sickening infants in the unit since August. Briana Walker of Mission Viejo holds her son while he was hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit at UC Irvine Medical Center on Feb. 28. About a week later, Walker's son tested positive for a superbug that had been sickening infants in the unit since August.

Adventurer Darrell Miklos launches a desperate search for lost riches

On the Tuesday night premiere of the new Discovery series "Cooper's Treasure," Darrell Miklos began his hunt for shipwrecks and their sunken wealth. Miklos, who knew the late Gordon "Gordo" Cooper, one of NASA's seven original Gemini astronauts, said that Cooper had located various shipwrecks from low Earth orbit.

Human-sized bunnies spotted at city park

Kids, ages 3 and 4, race for Easter eggs strewn across a field during the annual Springtime EGGstravaganza at the Vista Hermosa Sports Park in San Clemente on Saturday, April 15, 2017. "This is not our parents' egg hunt," San Clemente mom Coral Edwards observed as she strolled the grounds of San Clemente's "Sensational Springtacular" event on Saturday, April 15, with her family.

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