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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
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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
Elderly man rescued from burning apartment in La Mesa

The fire was reported about 6:45 p.m. in a multi-unit apartment complex in the 7300 block of La Mesita Place, according to Sonny Saghera of Heartland Fire & Rescue. "Initial reports were of black smoke coming from underneath an apartment door with an elderly couple living at the residence," Saghera said.

Police: Shots fired during carjacking in La Mesa

LA MESA, Calif. - Shots were fired during a carjacking in a La Mesa neighborhood Tuesday morning, but no injuries were reported.

El Cajon city manager announces retirement

Exactly six years to the day that he was named El Cajon city manager, Douglas Williford announced he is stepping down from the position. On Feb. 14, the 60-year-old Alpine resident told city staff and the City Council that it was time for someone else to run the city of nearly 100,000 residents.

Dog on death row since December

John Correia wants his dog back. He hasn't seen the dog, a Labrador-pitbull mix named Moose, since the day the La Mesa police officer shot at the dog and missed.

S.D. marijuana merchants pour cash into political action committee

With marijuana sales finally legalized in California, local pot merchants have been pouring cash into a political action committee known as Citizens for Public Safety and Safe Access, sponsored by the Association of Cannabis Professionals. The fund collected $234,999 in 2017, according to its January 31 disclosure statement, ending the year with $12,275 in the bank.

Student-officer incident in La Mesa prompts 3 investigations

It began with a police officer trying to deal with a willful student who refused to leave the campus of Helix Charter High School. It quickly escalated into a physical altercation where the officer body-slammed the handcuffed teenage girl to the ground as she tried to get away.

Woman killed in rollover crash in La Mesa

A 63-year-old National City woman was killed and her two passengers injured in a single-vehicle rollover crash overnight on a freeway transition ramp in La Mesa, authorities said. The crash happened about 11:15 p.m. Wednesday on the looping connector ramp from northbound State Route 125 to westbound Interstate 8, California Highway Patrol Officer Travis Garrow said.

1 dead, 2 injured in La Mesa-area freeway crash

A driver was killed and two others were injured Wednesday night in a crash on the northbound state Route 125 ramp to westbound Interstate 8 in La Mesa. The California Highway Patrol said the crash happened at about 11:15 p.m. and involved a 2007 Dodge Caliber.

Pedestrian who died hours after he was hit was La Mesa man

A 44-year-old man gravely injured when he was struck by a vehicle last week was identified by the Medical Examiner's office Monday as a La Mesa resident. The office said the preliminary investigation by La Mesa police states that Matthew McConnell was walking against a red light at the intersection of Fletcher Parkway and Nagel Street when he was hit at about 9 p.m. Friday.

Electronic musician Steve Roach, with 172 albums to his credit,...

After making 172 albums, veteran electronic musician and La Mesa native Steve Roach is up for his first-ever Grammy Award. After making 172 albums, veteran electronic musician and La Mesa native Steve Roach is up for his first-ever Grammy Award.

Mom warns parents about diaper bag theft

LA MESA - A local mother says she can't believe another mom grabbed her diaper bag inside a Chinese restaurant in La Mesa. After church on Sunday night, Lizbeth Lopez, her husband, and daughters, ages 3 and 1, and a big group of friends had dinner at China Super Buffet on La Mesa Blvd. About 20 minutes after they wrapped up and headed out, Lopez and her husband realized they had left their diaper bag behind.

Students march to La Mesa Police Department to protest officer's treatment of teen

Senior Nora Pedraza speaks to the media in front of the La Mesa Police department after marching from Helix High School. Senior Nora Pedraza speaks to the media in front of the La Mesa Police department after marching from Helix High School.

32 new flu-related deaths reported in San Diego County

Influenza-related deaths in the San Diego region continued to increase last week, bringing the total to 174 this flu season, though the overall number of cases declined for the third week in a row, according to county data released Wednesday. An additional 32 deaths and 1,183 lab-confirmed cases were reported last week, down from 2,170 the week before and 2,992 the week before that.

La Mesa officer who twice threw teen to ground reassigned as investigation continues

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.

SDPD: Driver Targets Business Owner in Fight, Injures Woman and Flees

A man is accused of ending a dispute by intentionally ramming his pickup into a vehicle parked outside of a San Diego business, injuring a woman standing nearby, San Diego police said. Skylar Crane was arrested in La Mesa on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon following an incident at a refrigeration repair business on F Street in the Mount Hope neighborhood.

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