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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
UC Berkeley Student Detained by ICE Returns to Bay Area

A UC Berkeley student held by immigration authorities in San Diego and released Wednesday arrived back in the Bay Area on Sunday. Sergio Quintana reports.

Navy's newest vessel sails into San Diego and a new future in surface warfare

Last year was still rough on the surface warfare fleet, with a spate of collisions in the Western Pacific that killed 17 sailors and triggered the early retirement of Naval Surface Forces commander Vice Adm. Tom Rowden.

Magical makers meet up for Unicorn Fest

There will be lots of vendors selling unicorn themed food, drinks, treats, clothing, accessories, and performers that are sure to entertain. Unicorn Fest is this Saturday, January 20th at Talavera Event Center in Chula Vista from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Unicorn Fest is sure to be a blast.

Local college's newest facility set to open

CHULA VISTA, Calif. - The long-awaited Wellness & Aquatic Complex at Southwestern College is expected to open to the public in the next few months.

Albertsons paying $91K rent on empty building

CHULA VISTA, Calif. - Residents in Chula Vista are continuing to wonder why a big building that used to house an Albertsons grocery store remains empty and unused.

Pedestrian seriously injured after being hit by car in Mission Valley

A car struck and seriously injured a pedestrian Thursday near the Westfield Mission Valley mall. The vehicle had just exited a parking lot and was traveling at about 25 mph when it hit the 58-year-old man in the 2400 block of Camino del Rio North shortly before 6 a.m., according to San Diego police.

Port awarded millions for bayfront bike path

Even though the Port of San Diego hasn't received millions of dollars pledged to them late last year, San Diego Port Commissioner Anne Moore said recently she is excited by what the money will do for Chula Vista. In November the California Natural Resources Agency awarded a $4.8 million grant to the Port of San Diego for its Sweetwater bicycle path and promenade project, which is a component of the Chula Vista bayfront.

Manslaughter case set for March

A March 27 trial date has been set for a Chula Vista man who left his car on a freeway and caused the death of a man returning home. David Armando Olvera, 30, pleaded not guilty to charges of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated in the death of Gregory Scott, 40, of Spring Valley.

Best of offers informative results

Last year The Star-News asked readers to chime in with their "Best of" picks. The results are in and all the winners can be seen in this issue.

Former councilman writing chapters in his changing life

Ralph Inzunza Sr. was once a school board member in San Ysidro and was a three-term National City councilman from 1988 to 2000. Ralph Inzunza Jr. served as chief of staff for former District 8 San Diego Councilman Juan Vargas for six years before getting elected to the same seat in 2001.

#FoodieNews: Waterfront dining options in the South Bay

PHOTO/KRIS GALICA BROWN The lemon ricotta blueberry French toast is a must-try at Sea180 Coastal Tavern in Imperial Beach. Photo by Kris Galicia Brown Yes, it's true, there are choices when it comes to waterfront dining with spectacular views.

Fitzgerald: Overflowing CSUs should look to, not laugh at, Stockton

The spokesman for California's State University system seemed to scoff at Stockton in a recent interview, drawing a tart response from Assemblywoman Susan Eggman. The context is that CSUs overflowed last year.

Berkeley student in immigration detention misses first day of classes

Luis Mora, a student at UC Berkeley, missed the first day of spring classes on Tuesday because he is in a San Diego immigration detention facility. Luis Mora, a student at UC Berkeley, missed the first day of spring classes on Tuesday because he is in a San Diego immigration detention facility.

Former pastor John Bishop arrested in California

John Bishop, the former lead pastor of Vancouver's Living Hope Church, is facing a federal charge in U.S. District Court in Southern California for allegedly trying to smuggle more than 280 pounds of marijuana into the country from Mexico. The 54-year-old was arrested Dec. 11 after he was stopped about 5:25 a.m. by U.S. Customs and Border Protection while re-entering the country through the San Ysidro, Calif., port.

Former pastor John Bishop arrested in California

John Bishop, the former lead pastor of Vancouver's Living Hope Church, is facing a federal charge in U.S. District Court in Southern California for allegedly trying to smuggle more than 280 pounds of marijuana into the country from Mexico. The 54-year-old was arrested Dec. 11 after he was stopped about 5:25 a.m. by U.S. Customs and Border Protection while re-entering the country through the San Ysidro, Calif., port.

Car goes up in flames, snarls traffic off I-15

A car fire snarled traffic on Interstate 15 in San Diego Monday, but there were no reports of any injuries. A vehicle on the shoulder of northbound I-15 at Interstate 805 became engulfed in flames around 11:30 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol.

Woman killed in rollover crash in South Bay identified

Authorities Monday released the name of a woman killed in a single-car crash on Interstate 5 in Chula Vista. Rhonda Fay Berry, 58, of National City, was driving south in the far left lane of Interstate 5 just south of state Route 54 about 9:30 p.m. Sunday when she lost control of her car and veered to the right across all lanes of traffic, according to the San Diego County Medical Examiner's office and California Highway Patrol.

Local Students Build Temporary Housing for Homeless

In an effort to help solve the homeless crisis in San Diego, students at High Tech High are building temporary housing structures. NBC 7's May Tjoa reports.

Police looking for suspect after man stabbed in neck in Chula Vista

Chula Vista police are looking for a woman who they say stabbed a man in his neck while the two were arguing. Chula Vista police are looking for a woman who they say stabbed a man in his neck while the two were arguing.

93-Year-Old Man Killed in Chula Vista Hit-and-Run Identified

A 93-year-old man killed in a hit-and-run while walking across the street in Chula Vista was identified by authorities Saturday. Gregorio Noriega-Huerta, who lived nearby, was walking across the street in the area of Third Avenue and Anita Street on Jan. 4 just after 7 p.m. when he was hit by a passing vehicle, according to the Chula Vista Police Department.

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