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Taxi driver suspected of DUI in Tustin liquor store crash
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TUSTIN – A taxi driver suspected of being intoxicated crashed a cab into a Tustin liquor store Wednesday night, police said. The incident happened around 7:05 p.m. in the 14200 block of Newport Avenue, Tustin police Sgt. Andy Birozy said. A blue Saturn …

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Tustin prepares for El Niño
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Those contracts give Tustin access to 20 workers five days per week, according to a staff report presented to the City Council. These contractors can help in an emergency, working alongside city staff to clear storm drains, remove tree branches and more.

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Land swap will bring new $25 million OC animal shelter to to the former Tustin …
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Thanks to a land swap approved this week, the county hopes to break ground on a $25 million animal shelter at the former Tustin Marine Corps Air Station by June. The new facility will replace OC Animal Care's 74-year-old shelter in Orange, which has …

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Bravo: Tustin educators, philanthropists honored
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From left, Tustin Unified Superintendent Greg Franklin, Tustin High teacher and T-Tech Academy director Ed Hernandez and School Board Vice President Lynn Davis as T-Tech Academy receives the Golden Bell Award. COURTESY OF TUSTIN HIGH …

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Santa Ana man killed after crashing into Tustin lamp post identified
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TUSTIN – A 22-year-old Santa Ana man died early Friday morning after crashing his car into a lamp post, police said. Ricardo Salgado of Santa Ana was found dead by Tustin police and Orange County shortly before 1:15 a.m. after he crashed his car near …

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Tustin looks to ban marijuana businesses
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Tustin is poised to join the growing number of cities shoring up policies that prohibit marijuana businesses before portions of a new California law kick in March 1. The Planning Commission on Tuesday recommended an ordinance that bans the cultivation, …

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Retail-restaurant roundup: Trader Joe's and Petco in Tustin to relocate …
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Trader Joe's: Trader Joe's has submitted plans to the city for demolition work to begin as part of a relocation from its location on Newport Avenue at Old Irvine Boulevard, where the grocery store has been for nearly a decade. COURTESY OF LISA RUIZ.

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Tustin Trader Joe's and Petco relocating
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The Tustin Trader Joe's and Petco stores are moving – though not far. Both stores will fill vacant sites at Tustin Heights Shopping Center, on Irvine Boulevard off Newport Avenue, marking the latest bit of good news for a center that's seen a good deal …

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