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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
El Cajon not alone in laws targeting homeless

Donna Garland gathered food and toiletries at a recent event staged by activists who gathered to feed the homeless at Wells Park in El Cajon, in defiance of a city ordinance against serving food at public parks. Many other cities have enacted laws targeting the homeless.

Gas Tax repeal headed for ballot as money about to flow for road repairs

As millions of dollars from higher taxes on fuel have started pouring into city and county coffers, hundreds of thousands of California's have signed a petition to roll back the new levies. As millions of dollars from higher taxes on fuel have started pouring into city and county coffers, hundreds of thousands of California's have signed a petition to roll back the new levies.

El Cajon's homeless feeding ban reconsidered

A city councilmember in El Cajon has proposed rescinding the controversial ordinance that prohibits people from giving food to the homeless in city parks. In a January 18 memo, councilmember Ben Kalasho said that as the hepatitis A outbreak nears the end so, too, should the ordinance.

2nd Annual Women's March Planned for San Diego

Peaceful demonstrators in support of women's rights and empowering citizens to vote plan to gather in San Diego Saturday for the 2018 Women's March - one of the hundreds of events of this kind happening around the globe this weekend. Dubbed the "Women's March San Diego: Hear Our Vote," the 1.29-mile march will start at 10 a.m. on the west side of Waterfront Park and make its way down Harbor Drive.

Fake doc arrested at Grossmont Hospital arraigned on felony charge

Deputy district attorney Paul Reizen said that Zaid Jeorge, an "Iraqi national with a Swedish passport," was already in custody at the time of Friday's hearing under a federal immigration hold. Deputy district attorney Paul Reizen said that Zaid Jeorge, an "Iraqi national with a Swedish passport," was already in custody at the time of Friday's hearing under a federal immigration hold.

Phony doctor suspect caught in East County

EL CAJON, Calif. - A man accused of impersonating a doctor at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in East San Diego County pleaded not guilty to a felony impersonation charge Friday.

Alpine loses court appeal for high school

The Grossmont Union High School District has won the latest in a long-time battle with Alpine about a high school for the mountain town. The Grossmont Union High School District has won the latest in a long-time battle with Alpine about a high school for the mountain town.

Woman arrested in stabbing at El Cajon bus stop

A woman was arrested Wednesday afternoon on suspicion of fatally stabbing another woman at a bus stop in El Cajon, a police lieutenant said Thursday. Alaya Jenkins, 23, was taken into custody on South Travelodge Drive about 3 p.m., Lt.

'Red Wig Bandit' pleads guilty to 8 county holdups

A man who held up a number of businesses at gunpoint throughout San Diego County last summer pleaded guilty Wednesday to nine counts of robbery and one count each of identity theft and shoplifting. Michael Garcia, also known as Michael Vincent, also admitted a "strike" for a serious felony prior - murdering his father in New Mexico in 1999 when Garcia was 17. Deputy District Attorney James Koerber said Garcia, 36, used a stolen ID to purchase two BB guns from a Walmart in Santee , then went on a robbery spree from July 9 to Sept.

Ocean Beach residents sound off on recent arsons, vandalism

OCEAN BEACH Ocean Beach residents on Tuesday packed a town hall meeting to sound off about a recent wave of crime in their neighborhood. Residents said they are fed up after a string of arsons and vandalism in their neighborhood and they want police to take action.

Locals fighting tickets they got for feeding the homeless

The city of El Cajon is responding to backlash after 12 people were given citations for handing out food to the homeless. The activists were arrested for violating a municipal ban on feeding the homeless in public spaces and will ask to have the cases against them dismissed, and they expect to file lawsuits against the city, one of the arrestees said Monday.

Volunteers charged for feeding homeless

A city law makes it illegal to share food in public places, which officials say is necessary to prevent the spread of hepatitis A. EL CAJON, CA In what a group of activists called an intentional act of civil disobedience, at least one dozen people now face misdemeanor charges for feeding the homeless in a public park. Volunteers and groups showed up Sunday to the park in El Cajon, CA, to hand out food, clothes, shoes and toiletries, according to KNTV .

Dozen arrested for feeding homeless in SoCal park

In this Sept. 19, 2017 photo, homeless people stand among their items along 17th Street in San Diego.

California city arrests a dozen people for passing out food and toiletries to homeless people

A homeless woman pushes her belongings on a cart in San Diago in 2017. A dozen people including a 14-year-old kid were given misdemeanor citations on Sunday in El Cajon, California, after they defied the city's recently enacted ban on distributing food to the needy on public land.

Python wrestling alligator halts golf game

Golfers playing on a Florida golf course were distracted when they discovered an alligator and a Burmese python battling by the side of the tenth hole. The golfers gave the pair a wide berth and played on.

These San Diego activists were arrested for feeding homeless people in a park

Shane Parmely and her child Ever were arrested for defying a city ordinance to feed the homeless. Shane Parmely and her 14-year-old child were among a dozen people arrested in El Cajon, Calif., for breaking a local ordinance that prohibits the distribution of food on city-owned property.

About a dozen people arrested for feeding the homeless in El Cajon park

Donna Garland, 54, gathered food and toiletries at a previous food sharing event at Wells Park in El Cajon in November. Donna Garland, 54, gathered food and toiletries at a previous food sharing event at Wells Park in El Cajon in November.

Man accused of impersonating Harvard-trained doctor at San Diego hospital

A man who claimed he was an anesthesiologist at Sharp Grossmont Hospital and a graduate of Harvard Medical School was arrested Thursday on an impersonation charge after he was found in the hospital's doctors lounge, according to police and hospital officials. When hospital security approached Zaid Bassam Jeorge, 27, in the lounge, he was dressed in blue scrubs and a white physician's coat bearing the Sharp logo and the name "Zaid Jorge, MD Anesthesiologist," according to a hospital security alert obtained by the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Santee brothers get prison for beating homeless man to death

Two Santee brothers were sentenced to more than 20 years in prison Friday for beating a homeless man to death in 2016, an act the judge called "sickening, disgusting." Austin Mostrong, 22, got 20 years to life in prison after having pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and assault with a weapon in the death of 50-year-old George Lowery.

Plane lost power before fiery crash in El Cajon

The National Transportation Safety Board investigation into a plane crash in a parking lot near East San Diego County's Gillespie Field indicates the pilot suddenly lost power during takeoff. The crash happened Dec. 17 about 10 a.m. as the North American Navion plane was leaving El Cajon for John Wayne-Orange County Airport in Santa Ana.

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