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The Oceanside Pier, built in 1888, is the longest wooden pier on the US coastline along the Pacific Ocean. Several movies have been filmed in Oceanside including Bring It On, Top Gun, The Whole Ten Yards, Veronica Mars, Heartbreak Ridge, Diamonds Are Forever, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes and The Mentalist. Notable residents of Oceanside have included actress Denise Richards (Wild Things, Starship Troopers) and actor Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future).
Local Newspapers: North County Times San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News San Diego RanchCoast News The San Diego Union-Tribune San Diego Daily Transcript La Prensa Mission Times Courier
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres San Diego Gulls
Local Colleges: MiraCosta College
Zip Codes associated with oceanside, california:
92054 92055 92056 92057 92058
Towns/Cities near oceanside, california : Carlsbad Vista Fire Mountain Ocenana Mira Costa Peacock San Marcos
South Oceanside residents respond to Coast Highway alternatives reportJuly 20, 2017
Oceanside recently released the draft environmental impact report on four Coast Highway alternatives. The EIR analyzes how options will affect the environment and traffic.Lick the Plate: Chicken rules at the iconic Pollos MariaJuly 18, 2017
Marie Davies, or "Pollos Maria" as she is known at her Harding Street location in Carlsbad. Photo by David Boylan here are certain words that tend to be thrown around loosely and iconic can definitely fit into that category.20-year-old assault victim diesJuly 13, 2017
The incident occurred around 1 a.m. June 30. It was reported a man was on the ground in the alley of 300 block of South Coast Highway. Police and paramedics arrived at the scene and paramedics rendered immediate medical aid.Father's map now defines Oceanside school election districts
Perry Alvarez, a parent, didn't have experience drawing maps. And he didn't have any background in studying demographics.Ocean Beach residents not sold on new Target Express store
To the dismay of many Ocean Beach residents, major retailer Target Express is poised to take over an antique shop on Newport Avenue. The large commercial building has been a staple in Ocean Beach for years, but has been on the market for over a year for $6.5 million.Driver accused of hitting motorcycle cop appears in court
A preliminary was underway Thursday morning for a San Marcos man accused of running down a motorcycle officer with a car while the lawman was conducting a traffic stop near Buddy Todd Park in Oceanside. Roberto Ignacio Flores, 26, is charged with attempted murder of a peace officer.Man Accused of Running Down Oceanside Officer to Face Judge
A North County man faces a judge Thursday on charges he intentionally struck and seriously injured an Oceanside police officer. Hunter was struck while conducting a traffic stop at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, June 20. The collision happened at Foussat Road, just south of Oceanside Blvd. NBC 7's Elena Gomez shares the story of an Oceanside police officer who received numerous gifts and letters via NBC 7 after people heard how he was intentionally struck by a moving vehicle.Fentanyl Overdose Cases Continue to Rise in San Diego County
NBC 7's Elena Gomez reports on new data showing a rise in Fentanyl related overdoses throughout North County and the City of San Diego, Wednesday. The San Diego Medical Examiner came out with new numbers that show, in the last six months, 24 people have died of a Fentanyl overdose.More
Volunteers with three organizations cleaned up area beaches Wednesday following the Fourth of July holiday. The Surfrider Foundation of San Diego County, San Diego Coastkeeper and I Love a Clean San Diego picked up refuse that revelers left behind at Belmont Park in Mission Beach, and the Ocean Beach, Crystal and Oceanside piers, beginning at 9 a.m. Last year, almost 700 volunteers gathered up 1,400 pounds of trash and nearly 400 pound of recycling material, organizers said.City Council responds to - Innovate 78' economic development updatesJuly 3, 2017
Along the 78 Corridor, the five cities of Vista, Escondido, Carlsbad, Oceanside and San Marcos continue their partnership with the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation with the goal to collaborate and bolster the economy of each city. During a Vista City Council meeting in June, Matt Stanford of the San Diego Regional EDC mentioned that he wanted to check in every six months to provide the latest updates.New Carlsbad lifeguard program going full blast
Carlsbad hired lifeguards for the first time this summer for nearly one mile of previously unprotected shoreline just south of the Oceanside border. Carlsbad hired lifeguards for the first time this summer for nearly one mile of previously unprotected shoreline just south of the Oceanside border.Marine critically hurt in suspected DUI crash dies
A 25-year-old Marine has died from injuries he suffered when his motorcycle was struck by a suspected drunken driver in Oceanside last week, police said. The suspect in the crash, Kennith Allen, 59, is expected to be re-booked into jail on suspicion of vehicular manslaughter in the death of Nicholas Kursinskis, Oceanside police Sgt Rick Davis said.Oceanside assault victim dies from his injuries
The assault of a man in Oceanside last week is now a homicide investigation after police announced the 20-year-old victim died from his injuries. On June 30, at about 3 p.m., Emmanuel Thomas was found lying in an alley in the 300 block of South Coast Highway, Oceanside police said.SD train, trolley service increases for July 4
Metropolitan Transit System and North County Transit District buses, trains and trolleys will operate on regular weekday schedules Monday, for the most part, according to the public transportation agencies. The exception will be an increase in the NCTD's late-night Sprinter light-rail service, to accommodate Oceanside's annual Fourth of July Eve celebration.Border Patrol agent charged with lying to a San Diego grand jury in friend's fraud investigation
A Tucson Border Patrol agent is being charged with lying to a San Diego federal grand jury in connection with a military housing voucher fraud scheme, according to a complaint unsealed last month. David Wayne Skinner was called to testify about his friend, who was a Camp Pendleton Marine, and another Marine - both reservists who had been on active duty.A conservative California minister supported Trump. Now, he's getting deported.
Jorge Ramirez, an Oceanside, Calif., minister and immigrant who is in the country illegally, didn't think he would end up in line for deportation when he encouraged his U.S. citizen daughter to vote for now-President Trump. In an interview at the Otay Mesa Detention Center, Ramirez - who said he holds conservative religious beliefs and considers himself a Republican - explained that Border Patrol agents picked him up after staking out his house early one May morning.Husband, wife killed in Valley Center head-on collision identified
Authorities have identified the Oceanside couple in their 80s who were killed this week in a head-on collision with a woman suspected of driving while high. Bobby Guy Durant, 83, and his wife Alletta Jo Durant, 81, died on impact in the crash that occurred just before 1:15 p.m. in the 28000 block of Lilac Road in Valley Center, the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office said.
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