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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
San Diegans Find Ways to Beat the Heat

San Diegans found many ways to stay cool as intense heat beat down on the region and much of Southern California Monday. "Because we are so high temperature-wise and we are very, very dry that is why our fire danger is elevated today," NBC 7 Meteorologist Jodi Kodesh said.

Man Accused in National City Slaying 12 Years Later

More than a decade after a man was stabbed to death in National City, police arrested a third suspect in connection with the killing. Anthony Rivers, 30, was taken into custody on Avocado Boulevard in La Mesa on Monday just before 2 p.m., confirmed National City police.

Large Rocks Lobbed at Moving Trolleys in Multiple Felonies

There have been multiple cases of large rocks being lobbed at moving MTS trolleys, causing a significant amount of damage, according to Crime Stoppers. Investigators from the San Diego Police Department's Southeastern Division have asked for the community to report anyone connected with these felonies.

Grossmont High School on lockdown after threat made

Grossmont High School was placed on lockdown after a threat was made against the school. Grossmont High School was placed on lockdown Thursday morning after some kind of threat was made toward the campus, a school district official said.

Anthony's bayfront replacement clears last hurdle

The two-story Portside Pier will include a new upper viewing deck and walkway, along with four different dining venues. The two-story Portside Pier will include a new upper viewing deck and walkway, along with four different dining venues.

San Diego Theatre Connection Launches the Have-A-Heart Campaign at Lamplighters Community Theatre

The San Diego Theatre Connection is Creating Community and supporting the American Heart Association in its efforts to fight heart disease, the number one leading cause of death in the United States. Donations will be accepted during the run of the hit "dramedy" THE TIN WOMAN at Lamplighters Community Theatre celebrating its 80th Anniversary season.

Rufus Hannah, Star of 'BumFights,' Dies in Car Crash

On the left, Rufus Hannah as pictured in the 2002 video, "BumFights." On the right, Hannah in more recent years, after he got off the streets, as pictured in his book, "A Bum Deal: An Unlikely Journey from Hopeless to Humanitarian."

Man Racked Up $900 on Santee's Woman Credit Card: SDSO

An investigation into the theft of a Santee woman's identity has led investigators to a man wearing "skater style" shoes and using a pink out-of-state driver license. San Diego County Sheriff's Department detectives and San Diego Crimestoppers are offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect described as 20 to 30-years-old with short brown hair.

State secrets to share? Activist group seeking whistleblowers on Public Utility Commission

Public Watchdogs, a La Mesa -based nonprofit that has been dogging the California Public Utilities Commission on topics from energy rates to the decommissioning of San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station , is seeking a new ally: the commission's own employees. The organization dispatched over 1,000 letters to employees of the regulatory agency inviting them to become whistleblowers on their employer.

Man Pleads Not Guilty to Shooting Man Vandalizing His Car

A man accused of fatally shooting another man who allegedly vandalized his car in La Mesa pleaded not guilty Wednesday, confirmed the District Attorney's Office. Christopher Artale, 40, was charged with murder and assault with a deadly weapon for allegedly shooting the victim in the head with a firearm, prosecutors said.

Job Shop Cuts Cables to Save Time on Data Transfers

At Stollen Machine & Tool Co., uninsulated cables could not reliably transport CNC programs from the computer to the machines. Six wireless RS232 units from Shop Floor Automations have resulted in 15 percent daily time savings.

Man shot in the head, seriously injured in La Mesa

A man was shot in the head and seriously injured on a street in La Mesa Sunday afternoon and detectives questioned a man who lives on the same street in the shooting, police said. The victim, believed to be in his 30s, was found lying on Glen Street near Mariposa Street around 4:45 p.m. with a gunshot wound to his head.

When caring for a parent is a challenge and a calling

Ena McIntyre, who is a licensed vocational nurse at Sharp Grossmont Hospital, visits her mother, Gwennie Bannis, at the La Mesa Healthcare Center in La Mesa. McIntyre visits her 97-year-old mother every day, bringing clean clothes and homemade soup.

MacGyver's Mack and Jack excited for season 2

The second season of the hit show MacGyver debuts Friday night at 5 p.m. local time. Will you be watching? If you didn't have plans to, then a quick check in with Lucas Till and George Eads will surely make you want to tune in.

Zoo Day: Hyacinth Macaw

The hyacinth macaw is the largest species in the parrot family. It's the rarest of the macaws and is found only in Brazil.

Chick-fil-A Opens in Sorrento Valley

The new fast-food establishment, which has two drive-through lanes, opened Sept. 28 at 9370 Scranton Road in Sorrento Valley.

East County hosts Oktoberfests this weekend

La Mesa's Oktoberfest is the largest in San Diego County. It features a ferris wheel and Karneval games, vendors, workshops, bier gardtens, three stages of German music and food booths.

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