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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
Local Colleges:

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
Verdict reached in trial of former Marine accused in deadly DUI crash

A verdict is expected to be read Monday afternoon in the trial of Jason Riley King, a Marine accused of driving the wrong way on state Route 163 in Mission Valley while drunk, causing a head-on collision that killed two UCSD medical students and seriously injured three of their classmates in the other car. A verdict is expected to be read Monday afternoon in the trial of Jason Riley King, a Marine accused of driving the wrong way on state Route 163 in Mission Valley while drunk, causing a head-on collision that killed two UCSD medical students and seriously injured three of their classmates in the other car.

Video of police officer throwing arrested teen to ground sparks outrage

A La Mesa police officer forced a 17-year-old Helix High School student "to the ground' after she refused to comply with directions, the chief of police said in a statement. A La Mesa police officer forced a 17-year-old Helix High School student "to the ground' after she refused to comply with directions, the chief of police said in a statement.

LMPD Investigates HS Student 'Taken to Ground' by Officer

An investigation has been launched into an incident at a La Mesa high school involving a suspended student and a campus police officer, the La Mesa Police Department said Sunday. LMPD Lt.

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.

Sexual harassment: How three San Diego women are coping

Over a period of months in the spring of 2017, Beale said she was repeatedly sexually harassed by an official at the Sweetwater Union High School District , where she is a counselor. And while the vulgar and sometimes threatening texts, phone calls and conversations may have stopped - and Beale's accused harasser was fired - the fallout from the harassment continues.

Shop Floor Automations Celebrates 20 Years of Business

Shop Floor Automations is celebrating its 20th year in business. As of March 2018, the manufacturing integrator will have been open for two decades.

Man accused of impersonating doctor at Sharp Grossmont Hospital

LinkedIn profile page of Zaid Jeorge, who was arrested by La Mesa police after being found in the Sharp Grossmont Hospital doctor's lounge. LinkedIn profile page of Zaid Jeorge, who was arrested by La Mesa police after being found in the Sharp Grossmont Hospital doctor's lounge.

Police pursuit ends with woman's arrest in La Mesa

A motorist who fled a traffic stop in the Talmadge area on Thursday led police on a 20-minute, two-city pursuit before pulling over and refusing to exit her SUV, prompting officers to force entry and drag her out for a trip to jail. The chase began shortly after 11 a.m., when patrol personnel tried to pull the woman over on 54th Street near El Cajon Boulevard because the black Cadillac Escalade she was driving lacked license plates, according to San Diego police.

Police pursuit ends with woman's arrest in La Mesa

A motorist who fled a traffic stop in the Talmadge area on Thursday led police on a 20-minute, two-city pursuit before pulling over and refusing to exit her SUV, prompting officers to force entry and drag her out for a trip to jail. The chase began shortly after 11 a.m., when patrol personnel tried to pull the woman over on 54th Street near El Cajon Boulevard because the black Cadillac Escalade she was driving lacked license plates, according to San Diego police.

Down the Pipe: Deep inside La Mesa's water pipe upgrade

Below the streets of La Mesa, a big project is taking place. San Diego's Water Authority is in the process of relining four miles of pipes that have been around for nearly 60 years.

2017 was a record year for wildfires in California

One broke out in Julian late in the morning , destroying a storage shed and spreading to dry brush before Cal Fire crews contained it. Another was reported in La Mesa in the afternoon ; fire crews mounted an aggressive response and contained it within a half an hour.

Rents rise around San Diego to close out 2017

It should be no surprise that 2017 ended on a sour note with San Diego renters and those searching for a place. December 2017 closed out a year of frustrations when it came to the San Diego County's rental market.

Crews battle brush fire near SR-94 in La Mesa

Crews are working to extinguish a small brush fire alongside westbound State Route 94, near High Street in La Mesa, according to the California Highway Patrol. As of 2:15 p.m., firefighters appear to have knocked down the fire and are doing mop-up, according to CHP.

Cyber security in the new year

Cybercrime is costing the world trillions of dollars. In 2017, the U.S. saw massive cyberattacks including hacks of companies like Uber, Anthem and Google.

Hottest food reviews of the year

In my experience, there's a fair amount of self-deception involved in applying the term "veggie burger" to anything. I mean, can just any mushy puck of vegetable fiber, grains, and/or nuts be slapped on a sesame seed bun, put next to a side of fries, and deem itself worthy of burger status? I got a press release the other day notifying me that Shakespeare's Pub had won a contest held among 160 British-style pubs to determine who makes the best fish and chips in the U.S. Shakespeare's has been dishing out the Queen's English at the base of Mission Hills for more than a quarter century.

Annual General Meeting of Shareholders Results and Election of Officers and Committee Members

ZURICH, SWITZERLAND, Dec. 29, 2017 -- Thunderbird Resorts Inc. reports the following results of the Company's Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held in La Mesa, California on December 29, 2017: In the AGM-2017, there was a total of 13,362,790 shares voted at the meeting. This represents approximately 47.5% of Thunderbird's issued and outstanding share capital which, as of the record date of November 21, 2017, was 28,103,407 common shares.

Police Probe Patient's Death at Sharp Grossmont Hospital

A patient died Thursday at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa and police have now launched an investigation into the man's death, which, at this point, is deemed suspicious. The La Mesa Police Department said officers received a call just before 2 p.m. reporting the patient's suspicious death at the hospital located at 5555 Grossmont Center Dr. The facility is across the street from the Grossmont Center shopping mall in a busy part of the East County.

Officials: Nearly half of Puerto Rico clients without power

Puerto Rico authorities say nearly half of power customers in the U.S. territory still lack electricity more than three months after Hurricane Maria. Officials said Friday that 55 percent of the nearly 1.5 million customers have power.

Suspicious death at hospital under investigation

Police are investigating the suspicious death of a male patient at Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa. According to La Mesa police, a 58-year-old man was a patient at the hospital when he was declared dead just before 2 p.m. Thursday.

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Health officials are reporting thousands of cases so far, as local urgent care centers and emergency rooms are seeing a huge jump in patients with flu symptoms. 14-year-old Morgan Fay was wearing a mask inside Kaiser Permanente in La Mesa as the urgent care unit continued to see a surge of patients with the flu on Thursday.

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