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About: la mesa, california

La Mesa is located in southern California, near San Diego. Once used by Spanish missionaries, La Mesa was part of the Mission San Diego de Alcala. The name of the city, La Mesa, in Spanish means "the table" or "the plateau." It is more likely that the name was meant to be translated as "the plateau" in order to depict the geography in the area. Notable residents have included football star Reggie Bush, actor Dennis Harper, and musician Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam.

Population: 54749
Local Newspapers: San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News San Diego RanchCoast News The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
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Zip Codes associated with la mesa, california: 91941 91942
Towns/Cities near la mesa, california : El Cajon Spring Valley Lemon Grove Casa De Oro-Mount Helix

La Mesa News
Frustrated by GOP, La Mesa council woman leaves party

La Mesa City Councilwoman Kristine Alessio has left the Republican party because of what she says is a lack of ethics, particularly as it relates to racism. "I'm out of the Republican Party," Alessio, 50, announced Tuesday on Facebook and Twitter.

Investigation Into Inappropriate Sexual Behavior at School

Child Protective Services is investigating the report of an incident at an elementary school in La Mesa involving three young boys--one of whom is a first grader. The incident allegedly happened last Thursday at Northmont Elementary School during an Extended School Services program run by the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District.

San Diego boosting efforts to solve worsening police officer shortage

San Diego's worsening problem with police officer vacancies is prompting the city to increase pay, analyze the reasons why officers are leaving and develop new strategies for recruiting and retention. Among those efforts is $4 million in higher stipends for uniforms and equipment that the City Council is expected to approve Friday.

Caught on Cam: Masked Man Robs Flower Shop at Gunpoint

Police are searching for a man who robbed a La Mesa flower shop at gunpoint last month, barging into the store while wielding a rifle, his face masked with a bandana. The La Mesa Police Department released photos of the crime Wednesday that showed the armed man moving about the store, pointing a rifle during the July 20 robbery.

Little girl hurt in La Mesa crash shows signs of improvement

A little girl severely injured in last week's big rig crash in La Mesa is showing signs of improvement. In a video posted to Facebook Monday night 6-year-old Christina is shown with open eyes mouthing the words "I love you" to her mom.

Ferret group looking to La Mesa for sanctuary status

Ferret owners and supporters are looking for La Mesa to make the city a "sanctuary" for the animals which are on the restricted species list in the state. Ferret owners and supporters are looking for La Mesa to make the city a "sanctuary" for the animals which are on the restricted species list in the state.

Deadly La Mesa Crash: Firefighter and loved one share their stories

Deadly La Mesa Crash: Firefighter and loved one share their stor - CBS News 8 - San Diego, CA News Station - KFMB Channel 8 SAN DIEGO A six-year-old girl remains hospitalized Friday after a deadly semi-truck crash Wednesday in La Mesa. Nancy Bauerlein, 57, and her 29-year-old daughter Jennifer Thompson-Campbell were killed when they were hit by an out-of-control big rig on the transition ramp from northbound state Route 125 to eastbound Interstate 8 in La Mesa.

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Search underway for missing sex offender

The San Diego County Sheriff's Fugitive Task Force and Crime Stoppers are working to find a missing sex offender known to frequent La Mesa and Lemon Grove. Rainier Raroque, 31, has a previous conviction for sexual battery, said the Sheriff's Department.

Mom: Daughter may not walk again after crash

LA MESA, Calif. - A young girl severely injured in an East County freeway wreck that left two people dead may never walk again, according to her mother.

Me Id's Toddler Who Drowned in La Mesa Pool

A toddler was hospitalized after nearly drowning in a family pool in La Mesa. Police believe these types of accidents are preventable.

Toddler dies after parents find him in backyard pool

A two-and-a-half year-old boy who was transported to the hospital Tuesday afternoon after his parents found him in their backyard pool in La Mesa has died. According to La Mesa police, the boy was found by his parents, who immediately began CPR.

Fire Sparks at Chinese Restaurant in La Mesa

Raw news helicopter video of firefighters battling a blaze that sparked at Wong's Golden Palace restaurant in La Mesa on Tuesday. A fire sparked at a small Chinese restaurant in La Mesa Tuesday prompting firefighters to scale the building to attack the flames coming from the roof.

Man accused in deadly Burlington Coat Factory shooting pleads not guilty

The accused killer of a man shot during a botched mugging outside a Burlington Coat Factory store in La Mesa pleaded not guilty Monday to murder and other charges. Derrick Eli Henderson, 30, is also charged with robbery and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Sign of the times for La Mesa?

La Mesa is looking into a gateway sign to put up along Spring Street, possibly like the one in neighboring El Cajon La Mesa is looking into a gateway sign to put up along Spring Street, possibly like the one in neighboring El Cajon La Mesa Mayor Mark Arapostathis and City Councilman Guy McWhirter are gauging interest for a new gateway sign along Spring Street. The sign, to read "LA MESA," would be similar to signs identifying a geographic location as seen throughout the county in places such as Hillcrest , Encinitas and El Cajon .

Pine Valley Days event; La Mesa Rotary needs shoes

The event at Pine Valley County Park on Old Highway 80 will begin with a burrito breakfast from 7 to 9 a.m., a parade down Old Highway 80 from Pine Valley Road to Pine Boulevard starting at 9, and arts and craft fair from 10:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. The Mountain Empire Men's Club hosts the event with proceeds supporting education and scholarships for students attending schools in Mountain Empire. The club has been able to award more than $100,000 over the past five years to high school seniors.

Not guilty pleas in Burlington Coat Factory murder case

Two women who allegedly took part in a botched La Mesa mugging that left a man dead pleaded not guilty today to robbery and murder charges. Tiesha Miller-Johnson, 32, and Kathryn Luwana Williams, 24, are suspected of involvement in the holdup and slaying of 30-year-old Travis Lewis in a parking lot at a Burlington Coat Factory store in the 7900 block of El Cajon Boulevard last Thursday evening.

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