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Tustin is located in southwestern California in Orange County. The city was named in honor of its founder, Columbus Tustin, who was a carriage maker from northern California. The city was incorporated in 1927. Several movies have used Tustin as a filming location including Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999), Pearl Harbor (2001), and the TV drama The X Files. Notable residents of Tustin have included actor Cuba Gooding Jr. (Jerry McGuire), and actor Matthew Lillard (Scooby Doo, Scream).

Population: 67504
Local Newspapers: Huntington Beach Independent Orange County Register
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings LA Sparks
Local Colleges: Santa Ana College

Zip Codes associated with tustin, california: 92780 92782
Towns/Cities near tustin, california : Santa Ana Orange Irvine Fountain Valley Garden Grove Fairhaven

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Tustin Library, shuttered since March due to water damage, opens a temporary indoor-outdoor site

Timothy Kimball, 5, left, and his brother Isaiah , 7, select library books with their mom Emily at the temporary Tustin library which opened on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. The main library has been closed since late March due to water damage from a leak.

Foothill High grad with an 'A' in attendance picks up the Toyota Corolla he won

Ignacio Orozco, a graduate of Foothill High School gets into his new Toyota Corolla that he won for his perfect attendance at Tustin Toyota in Tustin, on Friday, August 11, 2017. Ignacio Orozco, a graduate of Foothill High School sits under a banner after being presented with a new Toyota Corolla that he won for his perfect attendance at Tustin Toyota in Tustin, on Friday, August 11, 2017.

St. Cloud Hospital Enhances Emergency Department Capabilities With...

Central Minnesota residents now have access to advanced CT technology that is safe and fast at St. Cloud Hospital with the installation of the AquilionTM ONE / GENESIS Edition from Toshiba Medical , a Canon Group company. The system is located across a hallway from the emergency department and is being used for a wide range of exams, including neuro perfusion studies.

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DINOSAUR: : Molly Keelin, 2, pulls her skateboard-mounted dinosaur through the finish area of the 2K fun run during Dinosaur Dash XVI. The wheeled creation was made by neighbors for the first Dino Dash and passed along to continue the tradition.

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After majoring in journalism at the University of Texas, Susan Christian Goulding got her start as a copy editor and reporter at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. She then worked at the Santa Monica Outlook and the Daily Breeze as a features editor, writer and columnist.

Tustin District getting a food, retail overhaul as it hits 10-year anniversary

The District at Tustin Legacy is located at Barranca Pkwy and Jamboree Road. It sits right on a major thoroughfare between the 405 and 5 freeways.

Tustin native buys the 1921 Nash convertible he admired as a child to put on display

Phil Cox's 1921 Nash Sport Phaeton rests in an unassuming Santa Ana stall. The classic convertible will soon take up a more glamorous position at at Cox Market Plaza in Old Town Tustin for all to enjoy.

Final days to nominate an Orange County firm as a Top Workplace

The 10th annual Top Workplaces nomination period has been extended to Aug. 11. Companies with more than 35 employees in Orange County can be nominated for the annual honor. Rick and Patty Arvielo, CEO and president of New American Funding, which has been once again named one of the OC's Top Workplaces in Tustin on Friday, October 28, 2016.

Retail-restaurant roundup: Danish bakery to Tustin; Syrian food to Anaheim Packing House

Kibbeh at Aleppo's comes fried , baked or grilled. The meatball style item is shell stuffed with ground beef , spices and onion.

Boy, 3, nearly drowns in Tustin backyard pool

A 3-year-old boy was found unconscious floating in his backyard pool Sunday, Aug. 6, before firefighters revived him, authorities said. The Orange County Fire Authority received a call regarding the incident in the 13000 block of Hewes Avenue at 6 p.m., Capt.

Art exhibit at Cal State Fullerton shows universal experience of migration

Juan M. Gomez of Santa Ana, whose "Cause 6" is in the "Memories of Migration" exhibit, says his paintings are a tribute to his parents. Armando Cortes, an artist who lives in Wilmington, created "Coin Toss," which is reminiscent of events from his childhood in which players could take home a pot if their coin landed in it.

Man with disabilities relishes dancing in his wheelchair at Tustin's Peppertree Park

Barbara Bromley spins her son, Shawn, who has cerebral palsy, in his wheelchair on the dance floor during a summer concert in Tustin's Peppertree Park on Wednesday, August 3, 2017. Photo By Jeff Antenore, Contributing Photographer Barbara Bromley spins her son, Shawn, who has cerebral palsy, in his wheelchair on the dance floor during a summer concert in Tustin's Peppertree Park on Wednesday, August 3, 2017.

OC Sheriffs and Fire Authority fighting again over helicopters

A helicopter hovers over the beach where an intoxicated teen was found unresponsive inside a sea cave in South Laguna. The turf war is back on between the Orange County Sheriff's Department and the Orange County Fire Authority over whose helicopters should respond to rescue calls.

6 urgent care centers in Orange County file for bankruptcy

Six urgent care facilities owned by Dr. Robert C. Amster have filed for bankruptcy, according to court documents. The bankruptcies, filed Wednesday, Aug. 2, include the Hoag Urgent Care A- Huntington Harbour, seen here.

San Diego supplement maker sues Orange County rivals for using its patents

Tustin-based Nutrawise Inc., Irvine-based NeoCell Corp., Irvine-based Collagen M.D. Inc. and Darren Rude of Irvine, owner of Nutrawise, are being sued by a competitor. San Diego-based beauty supplement maker Certified Nutraceuticals is suing more than a dozen companies, including some in Orange County, for using its patented processes for manufacturing dietary collagen.

Neighbors and police officers mingle at Tustin's National Night Out

Teak Barbour, right, greets Barney, a Cocker-Retriever wearing "doggles" or goggles for dogs at National Night Out at the District in Tustin Tuesday evening August 1, 2017. The Tustin Police Honor Guard marches by the stage at the National Night Out celebration at the District in Tustin Tuesday evening August 1, 2017.

California Ford store's win overturned in Spanish-language case

California dealerships that negotiate with a customer primarily in Spanish must provide a Spanish-language translation of his or her sales contract, even if that customer also speaks English. That's the lesson from the California Court of Appeal as it held a Ford store in Tustin, Calif., liable for failing to provide the mandatory Spanish-language retail installment sales contract to a purchaser who dealt entirely in Spanish with a salesman but then spoke entirely in English with the finance manager.

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