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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
Lemon Grove Teen's Killer Sought: Detectives

A 16-year-old girl was found dead three years after her family reported her missing and now, San Diego County Sheriff's homicide detectives say they believe the teenager was killed. Arteaga's body was found January 17, 2017 by a person walking a dog in Otay Valley Regional Park.

Prison for raging driver

A motorist who killed a Navy petty officer in National City during a "road rage" incident in 2015 was sentenced April 14 to six years in state prison. Many friends and family of Zacharias "Zach" Buob, 39, attended the sentencing of Darla Renee Jackson, 27, by Chula Vista Superior Court Judge Francis Devaney.

Pug Reunited With Chula Vista Family

A pug named "Teddy Bear," who got lost and was then allegedly held for ransom has been reunited with his family in Chula Vista. A Chula Vista family who says their dog was held for ransom is relieved and overjoyed now that their beloved pet is back home safe.

This Week in San Diego's Scene & Business Spotlight

Wife and husband Dianne Manansala and Jayrell Ringpis own Snoice SD, a dessert shop in Paradise Hills. Tired of the tagging in their community, the couple and their friends are doing something about it.

Overnight Closure of South Bay Expressway in Both Directions

The South Bay Expressway, also known as State Route 125 toll road, will be closed in both directions on Monday April 24, starting at 9 p.m., through Tuesday April 25, until 5 a.m., between Birch Road and Olympic Parkway in east Chula Vista. Motorists traveling in the area are encouraged to avoid the area or take an alternate route.

Escondido mayor boos bill to sandbag SANDAGApril 21, 2017

AB 805 was introduced to California legislation by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher on Feb. 15. Julio Rivera is a representative from Assemblywoman Gonzalez Fletcher's office. "The assembly member is essentially trying to accomplish three things," Rivera said.

Officer Grateful He Could Save Crashed Driver

The Chula Vista police officer who rescued a driver suffering from a medical emergency said he was grateful to be at the right place at the right time. Officer Evan Linney had just started his patrol in the South Bay neighborhood when he noticed a woman swerving near the Chula Vista Police Station, in the area of 200 Broadway, around 8:15 a.m. Wednesday.

Investigators Cite 16 Drivers With Fake Disabled Placards

Undercover DMV investigators took to parking lots in San Diego, Santee, Chula Vista, and Poway issuing citations to people using their placards improperly. NBC 7 Investigates' Mari Payton rode along with the task force and caught reaction from those cited, and has details behind a state audit on the DMV calling for stricter placard requirements and protocol.

Chula Vista Family Claims Missing Dog Being Held for Ransom

A Chula Vista family said they were baffled after someone found their lost dog and is now holding her for ransom. "It's like losing a child," explains Vance Willer.

2 Mothers Accused of DUI With Children in Car: PD

In two separate incidents Sunday, two mothers were accused of driving under the influence with a child in the car. The first was reported at 2:32 p.m. on University Avenue near 58th Street in the El Cerrito neighborhood of San Diego.

Chula Vista vet's 70 years of wrestling with ghosts and the legacy of World War II

In early April 1945, Robert Thomas, a World War II vet, took two books from a german saltmine, one written in German and dated 1578, and the other in Latin, from 1593. In early April 1945, Robert Thomas, a World War II vet, took two books from a german saltmine, one written in German and dated 1578, and the other in Latin, from 1593.

He is in place and he won't budge

Like a tick burrowed in to the backside of a swamp hound, Hector Gastelum is dug in and not going anywhere. Not any time soon and not of his own volition.

Coming together to volunteer strengthens neighborhood bonds

On March 31, a national day dedicated to Cesar Chavez, schools were not in session, but many parents with their children as well as residents of all ages honored his legacy with a Day of Service. South Bay Community Services hosted various opportunities in Chula Vista including activities in all five Chula Vista Promise Neighborhood partner schools for a morning filled with celebration, learning, and hands on activities.

National City draws open gov group's attention

Open government advocates have threatened legal action against the city of National City for an alleged Brown Act violation during a Feb.7 City Council vote on a substitute resolution regarding a discussion about making National City a welcoming city for immigrants and refugees. The council voted against a welcoming city resolution, instead, in a split 3-2 vote, supported a substitute resolution brought upon by Mayor Ron Morrison.

Home of the Week: Huge lot in Rancho Santa Fe

Home of the Week is a weekly column that looks at an interesting home for sale in San Diego County. Selections do not necessarily mean the home is a good deal or an architectural wonder.

Approved: Ownership Change for Seven Mile Casino

The Chula Vista City Council has approved the transfer of ownership of the Seven Mile Casino card room to La Jolla-based Stones South Bay Corp. The venue, formerly known as Village Club Card Room at 285 Bay Blvd., was previously owned by locally based VC Cardroom Inc. The new holder of state gaming licenses for that location is part of Stones Group, which also operates Stones Gambling Hall in Citrus Heights, near Sacramento. A Stones Group statement said the family-owned company has purchased Seven Mile Casino but did not disclose financial terms.

Sidewalk danger from South San Diego to Normal Heights

"I've tripped over that metal piece so many times [that] I stopped counting," said Sharon, as she walked back to her car that was parked on C Street under the Interstate 5 overpass. "I've only hurt my toe, nothing big."

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