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About: santee, california

Santee is located in southwestern California in San Diego County. They city was incorporated into California on December 1, 1980. It is considered to be a bedroom community of the San Diego Area, meaning that several of the residents commuted work in San Diego but choose to live in Santee. The city is also made up of residents who are majorly white or Hispanic and generally conservative as per their voter registrations.

Population: 52975
Local Newspapers: San Diego RanchCoast News The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
Local Colleges: Grossmont College

Zip Codes associated with santee, california: 92071
Towns/Cities near santee, california : El Cajon Winter Gardens Lakeside La Mesa

Santee News
Hate Groups Turning to Websites and Internet to Recruit

Oscar Garcia, head of the San Diego County District Attorney's Hate Crime unit, says that the internet is a convenient place for hate groups because it provides anonymity, as well as a digital gathering place for people in different parts of the world. NBC 7's Elena Gomez has more for NBC 7 Investigates.

Thief targets car, garage while family sleeps

Santee - SANTEE, Calif. --A family is hoping to warn others about what a thief did to get inside their garage while they slept.

Woman Accused of Using Stolen Credit Card in Santee Arrested

The woman used a stolen credit card number to buy groceries from a Wal-Mart in Santee on April 1. A woman accused of using a stolen credit card to make purchases at a Wal-Mart in Santee with a toddler in tow was arrested, along with her boyfriend, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department confirmed. Sheriff's investigators also found stolen mail, identification cards and social security cards inside the residence.

Brush Fire Sparks Near Big Rock Rd and Shantung Dr in Santee

Santee Fire crews responded to a vegetation fire at 4:10 p.m. No evacuations have been ordered so far. Crews are actively responding to the scene, according to Heartland Fire officials.

Bill to undo 1950s law that makes being a Communist a fireable offense for state work is shelved

Being a member of the Communist Party would no longer be a fireable offense for state jobs under a measure narrowly approved by the California Assembly on Monday. The measure by Assemblyman Rob Bonta would strike language in California law dating from 1953 that warns of "a clear and present danger, which the Legislature of the State of California finds is great and imminent, that in order to advance the program, policies and objectives of the world communism movement, communist organizations in the State of California and their members will engage in concerted effort to hamper, restrict, interfere with, impede, or nullify the efforts of the State...and their members will infiltrate and seek employment by the State and its public agencies."

Fight over 'commies' shows ongoing Capitol silliness

When I was a precocious teenager, I worked at a book store in a shopping mall and was responsible for stocking the politics section with books. For sheer shock value, I ordered Mao Zedong's "Little Red Book" and other tripe from communist dictators.

Calf born at North Dakota ranch has 2 extra limbs

Rancher Gerald Skalsky said he was surprised when the calf was born Wednesday with two small limbs hanging off one side of its neck. Skalsky, whose ranch is south of Beulah, notes the condition isn't fatal.

San Diego helping immigrant employees with citizenship

Legal immigrants working for the city of San Diego or at the San Diego International Airport will have citizenship-related services available to them at their workplace, thanks to a new partnership announced Friday. The city, the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and the airport will team with the National Immigration Forum's New American Workforce to aid workers and their families seeking to become U.S. citizens.

Padre Dam gets project OK and $116M from California

The water recycling system at Padre Dam Municipal Water District, which runs Santee Lakes, got the OK and $116 million grant from the state water resources control board. The water recycling system at Padre Dam Municipal Water District, which runs Santee Lakes, got the OK and $116 million grant from the state water resources control board.

The hatchet, the drug dealer, and two staged robberies

According to La Mesa police chief Walt Vasquez's quarterly operations report for the first three months of 2017, the city's one homicide was related to a 1996 incident where a man attacked his mother with a firearm. She died this year, and the medical examiner "concluded her death was a result of injuries sustained during the assault" and reclassified the crime as a negligent homicide in March 2017 statistics.

Torture Charges Stand in Killing of Homeless Man

Preston Autry Mostrong and Austin Slade Mostrong appear in a court for a pretrial hearing on May 12, 2017. Two brothers will face charges of torture in the brutal beating of a homeless man in Santee, California, despite their attorneys' arguments that the killing occurred in self-defense.

See San Diego River up close at River Days 2017

A view from one of many walking paths along the San Diego River in Santee that will be part of River Days 2017. A view from one of many walking paths along the San Diego River in Santee that will be part of River Days 2017.

K-9 Unit Shows Off Skills on Obstacle Course in Miramar

Two K-9's from the San Diego County Sheriff's Department showed off their skills on the obstacle course at the MCAS Miramar training range Tuesday. Rafa, a 2-year-old dog, was shown off by his owner, Deputy Olivia Steinmeyer while Car, an 8-year-old dog was brought out by his owner, Deputy Kirsten Racine.

Social host laws: Punishing adults for teen pot parties

Teen members of the South Bay Youth 4 Change spoke before the Chula Vista City Council Tuesday in an effort to have marijuana and controlled substances added to the city's social host ordinance. The current social host law applies only to alcohol.

Padre Dam receives conceptual approvals,$116.2M for East County Advanced Water Purification Program

Padre Dam Municipal Water District received regulatory conceptual approvals for the East County Advanced Water Purification Program from the California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water. Additionally, the State Water Resources Control Board awarded Padre Dam $116.2 million as part of the Proposition 1 Water Recycling Funding Program.

Accused identity thief spotted at Santee Walmart

By simply paying with the Walmart app on her phone, one brazen thief who brought a baby made off with $125 worth of groceries paid for by an unsuspecting victim. "She never presented my card, she just swiped or scanned her smart phone at the self-checkout," said the victim whose name is Jamie.

Woman, With Tot in Tow, Commits ID Theft at Walmart

Deputies are searching for a woman accused of using a stolen credit card number to buy groceries at a Walmart in San Diego's East County, leaving the store with a toddler in tow after committing the crime. Surveillance video released by the San Diego County Sheriff's Department on Tuesday shows the suspect - a thin woman with long, brown hair wearing a white T-shirt and blue jeans - leaving the Walmart at 170 Town Center Parkway in Santee on April 1 with a shopping cart filled with bags.

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