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The city of Vista, California, located in the northern section of San Diego County, just a few miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, was recently ranked the seventh-best place in America to raise a family. That’s based on such factors as job opportunities, education, climate and cost of living. One popular place for entertainment in Vista is the Moonlight Amphitheatre, which is an open air theater where musicals and plays are performed. The Vista Unified School District happens to be the city’s largest employer, with over 1,500 employees.

Population: 89857
Local Newspapers: North County Times San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News San Diego RanchCoast News The San Diego Union-Tribune San Diego Daily Transcript La Prensa Mission Times Courier
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Padres San Diego Chargers
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Zip Codes associated with vista, california: 92081 92083 92084
Towns/Cities near vista, california : San Marcos Escondido Oceanside Carlsbad Bonsall

Vista News
Thousands queue up for Women's March in San Marcos

Sharon Elise, sociology department chair at Cal State San Marcos, speaks at the North County Women's March rally at Palomar College prior to the march. She was the emcee of the rally.

Textbook East Coast degenerate migration story

A repeat felon from the East Coast was booked into jail in San Diego County this week and charged with second-degree murder in the stabbing death of an Oceanside man, David Patrick Viars, 33, who was found bleeding to death on January 1st. Jereme Joseph Rasmussen, 25, pleaded not guilty and denied allegations of "strike prior" during his arraignment in the Vista courthouse late yesterday, .

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The seat, which represents Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Vista and Camp Pendleton, currently is held by Assemblyman Rocky Chavez, R-Oceanside, who announced last week that he is running for Congress in the 49th district. Krouse, of Carlsbad, unsuccessfully ran against Chavez in the 2014 and 2016 general elections.

Magical makers meet up for Unicorn Fest

There will be lots of vendors selling unicorn themed food, drinks, treats, clothing, accessories, and performers that are sure to entertain. Unicorn Fest is this Saturday, January 20th at Talavera Event Center in Chula Vista from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Unicorn Fest is sure to be a blast.

California woman killed her family, dogs and then herself

California mom, 68, shoots her family and three dogs dead and sets her home on fire before turning the gun on herself Teresa Mae Wilson, 68, shot dead her husband, Gary Lynn Wilson, 69; son Ellis Leroy Wilson II, 44, and daughter-in-law, Zoe Lynn Wilson, 20 Her other family members told police that there had been 'long-term tension' at the home which may have boiled over into violence She then stated a fire at their Bella Vista, California, home before she turned the 380-caliber semi-automatic gun on herself A California mom murdered her family - including her three dogs - and set the house on fire before shooting herself dead, police say.

Foundation chair stays connected

She spent 50 years in the city before recently moving to Mission Bay to avoid the long commute from her work at the San Diego County Water Authority to her old Chula Vista home. Although she is now retired from her job and no longer living in the county's second largest city, Discar-Espe is still connected to Chula Vista.

Teens Arrested for String of Cough Syrup Robberies

Two teenagers were arrested Wednesday at a Rite-Aid pharmacy in San Diego for a string of robberies in which they allegedly stole cough syrup from stores in Southern California. Vista resident Jason Casillas, 19, was arrested along with a 17-year-old girl at a Rite-Aid located at 3650 Adams Ave. after Casillas jumped over a counter at the pharmacy and stole several bottles of cough syrup.

Linda Vista Skatepark Grand Opening

The new Linda Vista Skatepark is a world-class facility and now the largest skatepark in San Diego county at nearly 35,000 square feet. The complex includes an extensive street plaza, a banked ditch zone, a flow bowl, a backyard bowl, a full-sized vert bowl, and a signature full-pipe unlike anything before it.

Man who tried to lure underage girls into car to be sentenced

A man who tried to lure underage girls into his car in Escondido and succeeded in getting a young woman to get into his vehicle is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday at the courthouse in Vista. Spicer Van Allen Conant, 46, pleaded guilty last month to felony charges of kidnapping, contact with a minor with intent to commit a sexual offense and unlawful possession of an assault rifle.

Cycle for Survival: A movement to beat rare cancers

The First Tee of San Diego is to challenge under-served youth to excel in life by promoting character development, life skills, and values through education and the game of golf. The First Tee of San Diego is to challenge under-served youth to excel in life by promoting character development, life skills, and values through education and the game of golf.

Paraglider rescued from cliffs near Torrey Pines

It happened just after 10 a.m. near the Torrey Pines Gliderport at 2800 Torrey Pines Scenic Drive, according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department. A U.S. Marine was found fatally stabbed Tuesday at an infantry- training facility at Camp Pendleton, a base spokesman confirms.

Measure A transforms Sierra Vista

Sarah Bannon, an eighth-grade science teacher at Sierra Vista, reviews an assignment Tuesday with her students in a newly opened science building at the Bel Air Drive campus, the construction funded by Measure A, the $194 million bond voters passed in November 2014. Without public fanfare but certainly with excited students and teachers, Sierra Vista leaders on Jan. 8 opened two new seventh- and eighth-grade science classrooms, part of continuing Measure A expenditures at the Vacaville school, bringing the teaching of basic biology, genetics, plant and animal life cycles and more into a 21st-century learning environment.

Former pastor John Bishop arrested in California

John Bishop, the former lead pastor of Vancouver's Living Hope Church, is facing a federal charge in U.S. District Court in Southern California for allegedly trying to smuggle more than 280 pounds of marijuana into the country from Mexico. The 54-year-old was arrested Dec. 11 after he was stopped about 5:25 a.m. by U.S. Customs and Border Protection while re-entering the country through the San Ysidro, Calif., port.

Charges expected in fatal DUI crash near Lake Tahoe

The California Highway Patrol intends to file criminal charges against one of the drivers involved in a fatal three-vehicle crash near Lake Tahoe over the weekend. The patrol says 21-year-old Edgar Delgado of Tahoe Vista, California faces a DUI charge when he's released from a Reno hospital where he's being treated for injuries suffered in Saturday morning's crash near the Northstar ski resort.

Woman killed in rollover crash in South Bay identified

Authorities Monday released the name of a woman killed in a single-car crash on Interstate 5 in Chula Vista. Rhonda Fay Berry, 58, of National City, was driving south in the far left lane of Interstate 5 just south of state Route 54 about 9:30 p.m. Sunday when she lost control of her car and veered to the right across all lanes of traffic, according to the San Diego County Medical Examiner's office and California Highway Patrol.

North County mother presses for transitional kindergarten in all districts

Rachel D'Ambroso, principal of Breeze Hill Elementary School in Vista, leads transitional kindergarten students in a game of bingo using letters of the alphabet. A North County mother is pushing to make transitional kindergarten mandatory for all districts.

Woman hurt in officer-involved shooting in Barrio Logan

A woman driving a stolen work truck was injured Friday morning in a crash and subsequent officer-involved shooting with the San Diego Police Department in the Barrio Logan neighborhood, police said. The woman was taken to a hospital but her condition was not immediately known, SDPD Officer Tony Martinez said.

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