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Orange, California is located in Orange County. Zip codes in Orange, CA include 92863, 92857, and 92869. The median home price in Orange is $599,900 which is roughly $347/per square foot. More Orange information.

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Yesterday | The San Diego Union-Tribune

Ex-SD Fire Chief takes job in Orange...

Former San Diego Fire Chief Jeff Bowman has been named interim chief of the troubled Orange County Fire Authority while it searches for a permanent leader.

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Saturday | Patch.com

Latest DUI Arrest Count in O.C.: 573

The summer/Labor Day national anti-DUI crackdown has resulted in DUI arrests from local routine traffic enforcement and special 'Avoid the 38' DUI deployments over the past 14 days in Orange County.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Christian Newswire

Upcoming Conference to Show Pro-Lifers How to Navigate Law

The upcoming "Be Normal & Change History!" ProLife Conference is the first of its kind hosted by California ProLife Council and the National Right to Life Committee.

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Thu Aug 28, 2014

SocalTECH.com

Chapman University, HID Global Tie On Incubator Effort

Orange, California-based Chapman University has tied up with HID Global , a developer of secure identification and access control systems, to create a new technology incubator around the "Internet of Things".

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Examiner.com

Orange Unpeeled

The city of Orange CA is a mecca for thrift'n-istas and antique hunter alike. The old-fashioned Orange circle is its heart- ringed by antique places, great eateries, and for thrift shopping, a beloved dependable Assistance League of Orange store.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

The Orange County Register

Orange International Street Fair offers a taste around the world

The Orange International Street Fair is a nonprofit group, with the city providing a lot of support to make sure the festivities run smoothly.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Examiner.com

Q&A: Tamiko Washington, OC-centric New Play Festival at Chapman University

Something amazing is going on at Chapman University in Orange-because for all the talk about new plays these days, there seems to be precious little actually getting produced.

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The Wave

Bookstore specializes in author signings and first printings

Nestled between Fowler's Gun Room and an antique coin shop on Tustin Street in Orange, first impressions paint Book Carnival as a quaint hole-in-the-wall bookstore.

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Artist's Magazine

So, What's Your Hook?

Knowing the hook-or what it is that attracted me to a certain scene-is key to producing a successful landscape painting.

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Super Chevy Magazine

1969 Chevrolet Camaro - Blown Out Of Proportion

Some car collectors purchase restored muscle cars with rare options as investments.

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Sat Aug 23, 2014

Hispanic Business

Short-Term Loans Comes at a Heavy Price

Retired and low on cash, Lynn Frampton borrowed $2,600 from online lender CashCall to make ends meet.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

CBS Local

Study: Dirty Beaches Costing SoCal Beachgoers Millions Every Year

Southland residents may be losing millions of dollars every year by avoiding littered, local beaches in favor of choosing cleaner beaches that are farther away, according to a study.

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Beckers ASC Review

10 orthopedics-driven ASCs with 4+ ORs

Here are 10 orthopedics-driven ambulatory surgery centers that include more than four operating rooms.

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Hot Rod Magazine

Serious Funny Car Tech

If you want to learn anything from a Nitro Funny Car, you better be quick about it, 'cause in less than four seconds, that baby's gone, baby.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

The Wave

Study links diabetes-related amputations to income level

Patients with diabetes from lower-income neighborhoods in Orange County are up to five times more likely to have a limb amputated than those in wealthier areas, according to a new UCLA study of amputations across the state.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

The Wave

Throwback Thursday: How Orange got its name is a juicy tale

Was it a poker game or a grander plan that gave the city of Orange its name? The area today known as Orange was founded in 1871 by two Los Angeles attorneys - Alfred Beck Chapman and Andrew Glassell - and was first named "Richland."

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Los Angeles Times

UPS Stores hit by breach of credit card, customer data

UPS Store Inc. said more than 100,000 customer transactions could have been exposed by a "limited malware intrusion" from January to this month.

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OC Weekly

OC Centric: All the County's a Stage

Shakespeare may have been correct in that there is nothing new under the sun, but he left out an important caveat: except for every single moment.

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OC Weekly

Dickey's Barbecue To Open In Fullerton

If I'm not mistaken, the City of Orange has the most American BBQ restaurants in the county with seven joints in all.

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Laguna Niguel News

A blast from the future: High tech vs. low tech ice cream

Farm to freezer? There really isn't a name yet for what's going on here. With local, sustainable and fair-trade ingredients, Ryan Berk creates innovative flavors that sound gimmicky but convince with every bite.

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Beach Hazards Statement for Orange County was issued at August 31 at 1:06PM PDT

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