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San Clemente is known for its great surfing opportunities. It is considered the surfing media capital of the world and a leading surfing destination. The Surfing Magazine, Surfer's Journal and Longboard Magazine are based in San Clemente. The city has a lot of surfboard shapers and manufactures including Lost Surfboards, Stewart Surfboards and Cole Surfboards. Notable residents have included 37th President Richard Nixon and his wife, Pat Nixon, as well as professional surfers Mike Parsons and Colin McPhillips.

Population: 49936
Local Newspapers: Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings
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Zip Codes associated with san clemente, california: 92672 92673
Towns/Cities near san clemente, california : Dana Point San Juan Capistrano

San Clemente News
Youngest performers at this year's Stagecoach Festival earn money to help animal shelters

Avery, left, and Alexa Roemer released an original CD "Songs About Dogs" under the stage name of A. Rae and The Rescue Dogs. Fifty percent of the proceeds from sales go to support Orange County-based animal shelters.

Border Patrol drug bust yields $100K discovery

U.S. Border Patrol agents seized more than $100,000 worth of crystal methamphetamine and arrested a suspected smuggler near San Clemente. Agents encountered the driver of a Nissan Sentra sedan at a gas station on Avenida Pico near Interstate 5 Sunday morning.

5 Orange County restaurant closures include another El Torito

Four Orange County restaurant closures include another El Torito restaurant and two longtime neighborhood restaurants in San Clemente and Huntington Beach. El Torito : Cypress-based Real Mex Restaurants closed another one of its casual brands.

San Clemente city beaches closed after sighting of more than two dozen sharks Sunday

SAN CLEMENTE An aerial sighting of more than two dozen six- to 10-foot sharks between Cotton's Point and Capistrano Beach on Sunday, May 21, shuttered San Clemente city beaches for the rest of the day. The sighting from an Orange County Sheriff's Department helicopter occurred shortly before 4 p.m., according to Nick Giugni, a marine safety officer with San Clemente City Lifeguard Department.

How some Southern California drug rehab centers exploit addiction

Timmy Solomon lights a glass pipe of crystal meth in the bathroom of his sober living home in San Clemente. He closes the window and turns the shower to steaming hot to disguise the smell.

The Southern California rehab industry spans the nation

Gabe Chaves finds Timmy Solomon, 28, sleeping on a piece of plastic behind a recycling bin in a San Clemente parking lot where you can hear the hum of traffic on the nearby freeway . The sun is setting on this late February afternoon and Timmy has goose bumps.

Common-area property belongs to everyone. Board members can't take it for themselves

Surfers walk down a path at a Dana Point development in 2010. Developers were required to provide public access to the beach.

Children's tale rings true for author who loses his home to a fire in Bali

Bob Priest in front of the burned-out building at Bingin Beach, Bali, where he lived until an April 4 fire, with a postcard of the cover of his children's book 'The Voice of the Moon - Happiness.' Bob Priest with a Balinese family he knows as Papa and Mama Juni, who accepted him into their family at Pantai Bingin, "Bingin Beach."

San Clemente's Polynesian Festival will feature music, dancers, luau

Dancers perform during the 2016 Polynesian Festival organized by the Hawaiian Surf Club of San Onofre. To set the stage for summer, the Hawaiian Surf Club of San Onofre is turning the lawn of the San Clemente Community Center into a virtual Polynesian island for a day.

Tories take 4.1m in donations for General Election campaign

The Conservative Party has received A 4.1 million in donations to fight the General Election since the campaign launched, figures show. The first release of donations by the Electoral Commission for this campaign shows more than A 7 million has already been donated to all political parties.

U.S. ICE enforces immigration laws one person at a time

Mexican national Adalberto Magana-Gonzalez, 44, waits to be processed after being taken into custody by a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Fugitive Operations team in Santa Ana, California, U.S., May 11, 2017. Mexican national Adalberto Magana-Gonzalez, 44, has his fingerprints taken after being taken into custody by a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Fugitive Operations team in Santa Ana, California, U.S., May 11, 2017.

San Clemente postpones visual simulations of possible toll road

Tom Bonigut, San Clemente official, explains lines on a mobility study map, focusing on three possible 241 tollway extensions shown as routes 13 , 17 and 14 . Route 15, also under study, would run through sensitive San Onofre land virtually rendered unfeasible by a TCA lawsuit settlement.

San Clemente, briefly: Trolley's debut, beach trail bridge closure, and more

This is one of three trolley buses that will offer free rides this summer, four days a week, along a route with 16 stops between the Outlets at San Clemente and the San Clemente Pier. First day is Friday, May 26. It's time to celebrate the launch of San Clemente's summer trolley.

San Clemente man, a public adjuster, convicted of stealing $400,000 from fire victims

A former licensed public adjuster was convicted Tuesday, May 16, of embezzling and stealing about $400,000 from people whose homes had been damaged by fires in the Los Angeles area. He was sentenced to seven years in prison.

Santa Barbara Golf Club on right path with new management group

A year under new management and several months of wet weather have brightened the forecast at Santa Barbara Golf Club. The municipal course in the destination city on the Central Coast has been under the green thumb of CourseCo since last July.

Jazz by the beach makes memories for young San Clemente musicians

The trumpet section of the San Clemente Jazz Band performs with the rest of the band on the beach in San Clemente on Friday, May 12, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer Torianne Cast, a student at Shorecliffs Middle School, sings "Cry Me a River" while performing with the school's jazz band on the beach in San Clemente on Friday, May 12, 2017.

First shark-search tour out of Dana Point sees 8 great whites near shore

A member of a shark-watching tour takes a photo of a great white shark in the waters off of Capistrano Beach in Dana Point on Saturday, May 13, 2017. Brent Aycock, a naturalist and crew member with Dana Wharf Sportfishing prepares to recover a drone that was being used to spot sharks in the waters off of Capistrano Beach in Dana Point on Saturday, May 13, 2017.

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