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About: el cajon, california

The city of El Cajon is located in southwestern California, very close to the US-Mexican border. In Spanish the term "cajón" means "box" or "drawer." El Cajon is a reference to the surrounding mountainous landscape that seems to enclose the city which sits in a valley. Due to its Spanish origins, the city has earned the nickname "The Big Box." Notable residents of El Cajon have included Rolling Stones rock critic Lester Bangs and actor Ryan Hansen (Party Down, Veronica Mars).

Population: 64869
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers (NFL) San Diego Padres (MLB)
Local Colleges: Grossmont College

Zip Codes associated with el cajon, california: 92019 92020 92021
Towns/Cities near el cajon, california : Santee La Mesa Spring Valley Lemon Grove Granite Hills Winter Gardens

El Cajon News
Supervisors approve three-pronged plan for affordable housing

As the region's homeless population continues to grow, San Diego County Supervisors on Tuesday approved a series of initiatives to increase the supply of low-cost housing. The three measures they unanimously approved use government-owned properties and more than $25 million in public money to work with private organizations and real estate developers to create new homes for low-income people, particularly seniors, veterans, people with disabilities, and others who are financially vulnerable and at risk of becoming homeless.

DUI Driver Pleads Guilty to Striking, Killing 21-Year-Old

A preliminary hearing was held in the El Cajon courtroom for Paul Schenk, a man accused of driving drunk in a crash that killed a 21-year-old woman in Ramona. NBC 7's Wendy Fry reports.

Soaring Temps Usher in Summer in San Diego

Sizzling temperatures are ushering in the summer season in San Diego. NBC 7's Gaby Rodriguez reports from Santee, where it was nearly 70 degrees at 6 a.m. Tuesday.

Refugee Day celebrates diversity and need for outreach in San Diego

May Ria, 15, has henna applied to her hand by Sahro Nor as her friends wait their turn during the annual World Refugee Day Celebration, hosted by the San Diego Refugee Forum at Jeremy Henwood Memorial Park in City Heights. May Ria, 15, has henna applied to her hand by Sahro Nor as her friends wait their turn during the annual World Refugee Day Celebration, hosted by the San Diego Refugee Forum at Jeremy Henwood Memorial Park in City Heights.

Japanese and American officers build ties that could last generations

Japanese soldiers participate in training at Camp Pendleton with U.S. Marines on Feb. 25, 2017. He might live in the nation's capital, but James Zumwalt really has two homes - one in San Diego County and the other in Japan.

Multiple Brush Fires Sparked Near I-8 in El Cajon: CHP

Multiple brush fires have sparked off the right hand shoulder of westbound Interstate 8 in El Cajon Friday, confirmed California Highway Patrol .

Ocean Beach: Collection of the community's most memorable signs

Ocean Beach is one of the more colorful neighborhoods in San Diego, and on Thursday a unique collection of community history was revealed in a rare collection bringing back a flood of memories about Ocean Beach's history. The Ocean Beach Historical Society invited Claudia Peters Jack, a walking nostalgia and known as the Ocean Beach Mayor, to present her collection of 70 signs and artifacts.

San Diego braces for record heat, thick fog, possible wildfires

A huge high pressure system is about to settle over the southwestern U.S., producing record heat in parts of San Diego County, dense fog at the coast, and a possible flare-up of wildfires, says the National Weather Service . Forecasters say Chula Vista could hit 84 degrees on Friday, breaking the record for the date by five degrees.

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Judge Curiel gets another tough one

On Friday, June 9, another possibly controversial lawsuit landed in the lap of federal Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, who made headlines for his handling of the Trump University case, which ended with President Trump agreeing to pay the plaintiffs $25 million. This case, the Razooky Family Trust vs. Oklevueha Native Indian Church of Sacramental Healing, Inc. , was moved Friday from superior court to Curiel's chambers.

Author expo coming to El Cajon library

In doing research for her second book, which will be published later this year, Westfield said she must have checked out 40 books from the Rancho San Diego Library. The married mother of two young children said she currently has 15 library books at her Rancho San Diego home.

Mexico finds 14 bodies in burial pit near Baja resort

Authorities in Mexico's Baja California Sur state say that 14 bodies have been found in a clandestine burial pit near the nature reserve of Cabo Pulmo. The state prosecutors' office says the bodies of three women and 11 men were found over two days of digging.

Brush fire burns 10 acres along Interstate 8 in El Cajon

A fire sparked on a hillside along eastbound Interstate 8 in El Cajon and burned about 10 acres Friday, a fire official said. Motorists reported the blaze about 4 p.m. near Greenfield Drive.

Brush Fire Sparks Off I-8 in El Cajon, Sig Alert Issued

Cal Fire and Heartland Fire crews are staging on the eastbound shoulder of the freeway and behind a Walmart store on Camino Canada. The cause of the fire has not been confirmed.

3 accused in scheme to defraud immigrants of $6 million

Federal authorities have arrested two California men and a Mexican national in connection with a $6-million scheme to defraud victims seeking immigration status in the United States. Two of the defendants, Hardev Panesar, of El Cajon, and Rafael Hastie, of Tijuana, had posed as officers of the Department of Homeland Security for at least three years, the U.S. attorney's office in San Diego said Wednesday.

Annual audit of church abuse allegations shows work still needed

The 14th annual report on diocesan compliance with the U.S. Catholic Church's "Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People" shows that church leaders have taken steps to help many find healing as victims of clergy sexual abuse, but there is still work to be done. Introductory remarks in the 2017 report urge church leaders not to assume that "sexual abuse of minors by the clergy is a thing of the past and a distant memory.

El Cajon men posed as Homeland Security agents in $6M scheme

A federal indictment unsealed Wednesday in San Diego charges two California men and a Mexican citizen with carrying out a scheme that allegedly netted them roughly $6 million by defrauding people seeking legal immigration status in the United States. Rafael Hastie of Tijuana and Hardev Panesar of El Cajon, allegedly posed as U.S. Department of Homeland Security agents and claimed they could provide immigration services in exchange for exorbitant fees, according to prosecutors.

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