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Costa Mesa is located in southwestern California in Orange County. The name "Costa Mesa" directly translates from Spanish to English as "coastland." The city was incorporated into California in 1953 as a somewhat rural farming community based on cattle grazing and agricultural production. Today it has grown into a suburban "edge" city that has an economy which is based on retail, commerce and light manufacturing. The city hosts the Orange County Fair each year in July, bringing more than one million visitors.

Population: 108724
Local Newspapers: The Daily Pilot Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Vanguard University of Southern California Whittier Law School National University

Zip Codes associated with costa mesa, california: 92626 92627
Towns/Cities near costa mesa, california : Huntington Beach Fountain Valley Santa Ana Tustin Irvine

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Jeremy Porter v. Nabors Drilling Usa

JEREMY PORTER, an individual, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. NABORS DRILLING USA, L.P., a Limited Partnership organized under the laws of the State of Delaware, Defendant-Appellee.


Whittier Law School on Wednesday became the second law school in the past year to announce plans to shutter , leaving legal education pundits speculating as to if-or, more likely, when-the next school will collapse. "It's a big deal," said Paul Caron, incoming dean of Pepperdine University School of Law who writes about legal education on the Tax Prof Blog.

Whittier Law School is closing, due in part to low student achievement

Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa has stopped accepting new students and will close entirely once all current students have graduated, trustees announced Wednesday. "We believe we have looked at every realistic option to continue a successful law program.

Developers wins easier terms on purchase of land for North Long Beach development

A developer planning to build new retail on dozens of former redevelopment lots in North Long Beach will get easier terms on its purchase agreement with city government. An affiliate of LAB Holding, a developer and retail center operator with offices in Costa Mesa, has already had a deal in place to pay more than $6.9 million for city-owned land near the crossing of South Street and Atlantic Avenue.

Whittier College trustees make surprise decision to end law school,...

The entry to the administration buildings can be seen in the afternoon sun in this file photo of Whittier Law School in Costa Mesa. . COSTA MESA The Whittier College Board of Trustees' has made the surprise decision to discontinue the Whittier Law School, shocking and angering law students and faculty at the Orange County campus.

Top Costa Mesa leaders receive first pay raises in nearly a decade

COSTA MESA Weeks after lower-tier city employees received a bump in pay, top administrators were granted salary increases after going nearly a decade without one. The pay hikes - approved without much discussion Tuesday by the City Council on a narrow 3 to 2 vote - range from 2 percent to 15.88 percent for division leaders up to City Manager Tom Hatch.

Editorial: Union-backed bill could return total secrecy to public employee contract negotiations

This time legislation introduced by Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra, D-San Fernando, would remove the public's right to see records connected with local government contract negotiations with public employees. It would not make disclosure illegal, but the effect of saying the records need not be released under the Public Records Act would be the same.

Costa Mesa to charge $50,000 in permit fees for medical marijuana businesses allowed by Measure X

A detailed view of cannabis extract products are seen as director and founder Robert Taft Jr. of the 420 Central dispensary explains the benefits of Costa Mesa's marijuana-related proposition, Measure M, in his shop on Monday, October 31 in Santa Ana. Taft, a Costa Mesa, resident backs the city council sponsored Measure M, a ballot initiative that allows for marijuana manufacturing, development and research without permitting medicinal dispensaries.

MotoAmerica: Bazzaz Returns As Title Sponsor Of Superstock 1000 Class

MotoAmerica Bazzaz Superstock 1000 competitors Mathew Scholtz , Josh Herrin , Danny Eslick , Claudio Corti and Bobby Fong in action n 2016. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

Parenting: It's just not for hipsters

Colorful boxes of Gril Scout cookies fill the back of a minivan at the Costa Mesa distribution center. They fret about whether they'll have enough money, how much time they should take off work, child care and whether they'll have to get a Diaper Genie.

Newport Beach councilman gets backing of Orange County Republicans amid recall effort

Newport Beach Councilman Scott Peotter has received the support of the Republican Party of Orange County in the midst of a recall effort against him , with the group calling his opponents intolerant and opposed to free speech. "The OCGOP stands firmly with Councilman Scott Peotter in opposition to the proposed recall," party Chairman Fred Whitaker in a statement.

Tim Wozniak, brother of double-killer Daniel Wozniak, back behind bars for probation violation

SANTA ANA A man who admitted hiding evidence for his now-convicted double-killer brother was back behind bars on Monday on a probation violation for allegedly walking away from a court-ordered drug rehab program. Tim Wozniak, 42, has been on probation since December when he pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact for helping his younger brother, Daniel Wozniak, by hiding a backpack full of evidence.

Congressional challengers in O.C. already raising big money

Orange County's Republican congressional incumbents are leading the way in fundraising, but challengers to Reps. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, and Dana Rohrabacher, R-Costa Mesa, also posted strong first quarter reports and provided more evidence of the nationwide attention the county's shifting party loyalties is attracting.

Orange County Could Teach LA a Few Things About Food Halls

Say what you will about Orange County's food culture , but the place sure knows how to wring out dollars from wary suburban diners. In fact, it's a process so refined that Los Angeles could stand to learn a thing or two about what's going on south of the Orange Curtain.

County of Orange recognizes and commemorates April 24th as Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day

During today's Board of Supervisors meeting, Chairwoman Michelle Steel of the Orange County Board of Supervisors recognized and commemorated April 24th as Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day. This will be the second year the County of Orange will officially recognize and commemorate those who perished during the Armenian Genocide from 1915 to 1923.

Editorial: Labor unions, again, want public's business done in secret

This time their pawn is Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra, D-San Fernando, who introduced legislation sealing off public access to records about local government negotiations with public employees. AB 1455 is the latest insidious move to block taxpayers from knowing how their money is being bargained away, and what public employees' raises and benefit enhancements will cost.

MotoAmerica Offering Fan Activities Throughout The Weekend April 28-30 At Road Atlanta

The Dunlop Paddock Autograph Sessions are popular with fans and riders. Photo by David Swarts, copyright Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. COSTA MESA, CA - The Suzuki ECSTAR Championship at Road Atlanta promises two things: On-track racing action second to none; and three days of non-stop entertainment both on and off the famous 2.5-mile racetrack that snakes its way through the hills of Braselton, Georgia.

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