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Chula Vista is Spanish for "beautiful view." It is believed that the city was named Chula Vista because of the scenic location between the San Diego Bay and the coastal, mountainous foothills. President Eisenhower visited Chula Vista's country club to play golf. To this day, he is the only president to visit Chula Vista. The Sister Cities International has designated three sister cities to Chula Vista: Cebu City, Philippines; Odawara, Japan; and Tijuana, Mexico.

Population: 173556
Local Newspapers: Ramona Sentinel San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
Local Colleges: Southwestern Community College

Zip Codes associated with chula vista, california: 91901 91910 91911 91913 91914 91915
Towns/Cities near chula vista, california : Terra Nova Bonita Imperial Beach

Chula Vista News
Nighttime literature on Third

The Third Avenue Village Association and the city of Chula Vista's Culture Arts Department have partnered to bring the arts to downtown Chula Vista. The inaugural Lit on Third pub crawl comes to the Third Avenue Village District from 4 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 21. The literature and spirit stroll will feature more than 20 artists at participating businesses along Third Avenue.

Effort to warm feet leads to happy hearts in Chula Vista

Hundreds of homeless individuals in Chula Vista will have socks on their feet as the weather gets colder, thanks to the donation of a sock company. Carlsbad-based SockGuy, a 21-year-old performance sock company, has a tradition of donating to communities throughout the country and around the world as part of Operation Happy Feet.

Navy honors 36 sailors for bravery involving the USS Fitzgerald

The Navy Friday honored 36 sailors for their bravery last June as they battled "constant peril from flooding, electrocution and noxious fumes" for 16 hours in the aftermath of the collision involving the USS Fitzgerald, which killed two San Diego-area men and five other sailors. At the ceremony in Yokosuka, Japan, Vice Adm.

# FoodieNews Spotlight: San Diego Sliders Company

New to the Chula Vista catalog of eateries is San Diego Sliders Company, a very casual establishment with a cool concept. Located in a familiar renovated space that once housed a steakhouse, owner Dale Stansberry's vision for a simple family spot that serves sliders and shakes has taken shape and is coming to life.

Victim speaks in court before Balboa Park rapist sentenced to 55 years to life

A Chula Vista man who repeatedly raped a woman at knifepoint during a nearly three-hour ordeal near Balboa Park last year has been sentenced to 55 years to life in state prison. Ismael Hernandez, Jr., 28, pleaded guilty in June to rape, forcible oral copulation and attempted kidnapping with intent to commit rape.

Madea takes on horror with 'Boo 2! A Madea Halloween'

In the 10th installment in the on-screen life of sassy granny Madea Simmons, Madea brings you non-stop laughs, while adding a few spooks, in "Boo 2! Madea Halloween". News 8's Heather Myers had a chance to chat with the creator of the series, and actor behind Madea, Tyler Perry.

Self-Driving Cars Headed to San Diego With New Testing Site

If you notice a car sweep by without a driver at the wheel in San Diego, don't panic--it's most likely a self-driving car. SANDAG officials announced Thursday that the city of San Diego has been selected as one of 10 autonomous vehicle testing sites in the U.S., thanks to its global reputation as a high-tech hub with an extensive highway system.

Amazon has triggered a $5 billion bidding war - here are 7 of the...

Amazon has triggered a $5 billion bidding war - here are 7 of the most ambitious site proposals for its new headquarters In early September, Amazon announced that it plans to build a $5 billion campus, dubbed HQ2 , and bring 50,000 jobs to an undetermined North American location. At least 50 cities i n the United States and Canada are expected to submit proposals for sites they believe would be the best fit for the e-commerce giant.

San Diego to Run Out of 619 Area Code Phone Numbers

San Diego will eventually run out of available phone numbers with the 619 area code, prompting the California Public Utilities Commission to offer replacement codes. Area code customers using 619 who would like a new number will be assigned an 858 area code starting September 2018, according to the commission.

Armed men carjack woman, rob gas station in Chula Vista

Two men armed with a pair of handguns and a hammer carjacked a woman and robbed a gas station convenience store in Chula Vista within 15 minutes Wednesday night, police said. The duo walked up to the woman in the parking lot of the Chula Vista Center mall on Broadway and demanded the keys to her car just after 8 p.m., police Lt.

San Diego mother set to be deported after ICE check-in

San Diego mother set to be deported after ICE check-in - CBS News 8 - San Diego, CA News Station - KFMB Channel 8 SAN DIEGO A San Diego undocumented single mother, who has a young daughter with special needs, is facing deportation Thursday. Silvia Ocampo's friends says she has been living in the United States for 24 years, and has been allowed to stay as long she regularly checked-in with immigration authorities.

Online threat to Eastlake High School being investigated by authorities

Authorities were alerted Wednesday night about a "non-specific" threat posted on social media with a picture of Eastlake High School stating "something was going to happen on Thursday." The Superintendent of the Sweetwater Union High School District, Manuel Rubio, said Chula Vista police and the Sweetwater Union District did not deem the threat to not be credible.

Body found in floating barrel identified, but name is withheld

Harbor Police officers were first called about the drum, which was floating about 200 yards off J Street Marina Park, about 10:35 a.m., police said. Harbor Police officers were first called about the drum, which was floating about 200 yards off J Street Marina Park, about 10:35 a.m., police said.

Car Accident Leads to Road Rage Fight in Otay Mesa

The incident began around 5:47 p.m. on the 600 block of Beyer Way near Palm Avenue, according to San Diego police. After an accident in Chula Vista, police said the two drivers followed each other to Beyer Way near a Bank of America Parking lot.

Teen rescued in San Diego during child sex trafficking crackdown

A newly concluded nationwide crackdown on child sex trafficking resulted in the rescue of a 16-year-old potential victim of the crime in San Diego, authorities announced Wednesday. Additionally, three suspected perpetrators were arrested locally as part of Operation Cross Country XI, which took place between Thursday and Sunday, according to the FBI.

Medical examiner identifies remains found in floating drum, family asks for privacy

The medical examiner's office on Wednesday said it had identified the remains found in a 55-gallon drum in the San Diego Bay last week and ruled the manner of death a homicide. "We recognize the public's interest in this case, however, due to the on-going investigation, it is necessary to keep most details confidential for the immediate future.

Soccer Fields Vandalized at Discovery Park: City

The soccer fields at Discovery Park in Chula Vista were vandalized over the weekend by a suspect who drove a car onto the grass, leaving skid marks all over the turf used for youth games. According to the City of Chula Vista, this marks the third time this year the park has been targeted by vandals doing "doughnuts" on the grass, a maneuver that includes driving in tight circles, leaving behind unsightly marks.

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