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National City is located in southern California in San Diego County. It is the second oldest city in San Diego County, giving it an historic past. When the Spanish had control over California, the Spanish soldiers used El Rancho del Rey, meaning "the Ranch of the King" in Spanish, to graze their horses. National City now sits where this ranch once existed. When Mexico gained its independence from Spain he name was changed to Rancho de la Nacion, or "Ranch of the Nation" in English. After the sale of the land in 1845, President Andrew Johnson listed the name as "The National Ranch."

Population: 54260
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: California College

Zip Codes associated with national city, california: 91950
Towns/Cities near national city, california : Chula Vista Paradise Village Grant Hill San Diego La Presa Bonita Lemon Grove

National City News
Contractor Arrested for Attempting to Bribe City Employee

Jore Guevara, 55, a Chula Vista resident allegedly attempted to bribe the building inspector with cash in return for removing a City "red tag" on a building he was working on. According to National City police, Guevara told the inspector he would meet him at a later date to give him money to have the work stop order removed without any repairs.

On display for world to see

The popular reasoning, for both Democrats and Republicans, is that unless they can exercise direct influence over an issue as a legislator there is no point or relevance in discussing the topic. There is some merit in that approach.

Breakfast, ceremony mark 9/11

The pathway leading to the National City Fire Department was decorated with American flags to commemorate the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.

CBS and other networks set aside hour for hurricane benefit

A one-hour hurricane relief benefit originally intended to help Texas victims of Harvey but expanded to help people affected by Irma, is set to air across more than a dozen television networks on Tuesday. The "Hand in Hand" telethon will originate from Los Angeles but also will feature stages in New York and Nashville, Tennessee.

How to stay 'calm, cool and connected'

Practice the pivot: This includes about pivoting away from your computer, phone, to talk to the real-life person in front of you. Have a time to power off: This could be charging your phone in another room overnight, taking a walk around the block without your phone, practicing a digital Sabbath or going a day without technology from time to time.

Leaders respond to ending immigrant child policy

Federal, state and local elected officials on Tuesday expressed dismay at news that the Trump administration is actively attempting to end an Obama-era immigration policy. Under DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, undocumented children who were brought to the United States by their parents received a renewable two-year period of deferred action of deportation and were eligibile for a work permit.

N.C. murder trial delayed

The murder trial of a man who shot an acquaintance 30 times in National City has been delayed until Nov. 29. Manuel Joseph Castro, 52, is representing himself on a murder charge in the March 23, 2013 death of Jesus Degalilea Pena, 43, with a high powered rifle in a parking lot at 1502 Sweetwater Road at 5:30 p.m. Castro had allegedly followed Pena from his home in National City. Pena got out of his vehicle near a dumpster east of the Carl's Jr. and west of the Hanaoka's Japanese Restaurant.

Lawsuit: Police illegally drew man's blood

A man who was run over by an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent claims his blood was illegally drawn while he was in the hospital. Ali Mendoza, who was 18 at the time of the crash, has filed a lawsuit against ICE Agent Thomas Malandris and National City Police Department Officers Benjamin Peck and Michael Nuttall.

Driver accused of tossing drugs out of car during police chase

A driver accused of tossing drugs out of a car window during a police chase from National City to San Diego's Kensington neighborhood was arrested Thursday night. National City police officers tried to pull over the BMW driver for speeding about 8:45 p.m., but he did not stop.

National City teen reads, writes her own ending

The National City teen learned of the phrase inside a rehabilitation center, where criminal offenders, drug addicts and alcoholics end up. But she would had never learned to slow down and focus on what's in front of her if she didn't receive a scholarship from a reading program to help her turn her life around after constant stints in Juvenile Hall.

Man stabbed in City Heights alley dies

A 34-year-old man has died of stab wounds he suffered during a fight in a City Heights alley a little more than a week ago, San Diego police said Tuesday. Efren Jimenez Gonzalez, of San Diego, was stabbed in the chest and head in an alley off 45th Street near Orange Avenue about 11:45 p.m. on Aug. 26, homicide Lt.

San Diego County suffers 6th straight day of 100 degree heat

Temperatures soared above 100 degrees for a sixth straight day on Saturday, and the misery spread from inland valleys and foothills to the coast. "A heat wave isn't unusual this time of year, but we only get something like this every two to three years," said Brett Albright, a forecaster at the National Weather Service .

Trio sought in attempted kidnapping in Poway

The unidentified trio was in a dirty, older-model white van that began following two boys, ages 9 and 12, on Martincoit Road south of Painted Rock Elementary School in Poway about 6 p.m. Thursday, sheriff's Sgt. Robert Roberson said.

8 plead guilty in gang-related racketeering conspiracy case

Seven alleged members or associates of an Oceanside-based street gang and a hotel manager indicted in a racketeering conspiracy that led to crimes including drug trafficking and prostitution have pleaded guilty, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Thursday. According to court documents, 11 members or associates of the Westside Crips worked together primarily between 2004 and 2016 to make money by committing crimes that also included attempted murder and robberies.

Teen arrested in fatal shooting of man walking his dog at Oceanside park

Witnesses told investigators that the man had been walking his dogs and got into some kind of argument or fight with two men. One of those men shot him.

Saving big with back-to-school thrift store finds

American families spend tens of billions of dollars on back-to-school shopping. So we want to help you cut some costs without sacrificing your little one's style or confidence by hitting the thrift store.

Multi-Million Dollar Laundering Conspiracy Suspects Charged

A federal grand jury charged eight defendants with participation in conspiracies for money laundering and drug distribution, confirmed the U.S. Attorney's office. Some are being charged with conspiracy to laundering over $5 million in proceeds through the operation of dozens of bank accounts.

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