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About: chula vista, california

Chula Vista is Spanish for "beautiful view." It is believed that the city was named Chula Vista because of the scenic location between the San Diego Bay and the coastal, mountainous foothills. President Eisenhower visited Chula Vista's country club to play golf. To this day, he is the only president to visit Chula Vista. The Sister Cities International has designated three sister cities to Chula Vista: Cebu City, Philippines; Odawara, Japan; and Tijuana, Mexico.

Population: 173556
Local Newspapers: Ramona Sentinel San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
Local Colleges: Southwestern Community College

Zip Codes associated with chula vista, california: 91901 91910 91911 91913 91914 91915
Towns/Cities near chula vista, california : Terra Nova Bonita Imperial Beach

Chula Vista News
Shot Fired During Home Invasion Robbery in Eastlake

The robbery took place around 10:30 p.m. in the neighborhood next to Otay Ranch Town Center, according to the Chula Vista Police Department . Two suspects robbed the house and one shot was fired outside the home on Claret Cup Drive, Chula Vista police Lt.

Good Samaritans Rescue 2 Children from Apartment Fire

Two children were rescued from an apartment fire in Chula Vista on Saturday morning by two good Samaritans who happened to by walking by, a fire official said. The fire started around 2:20 a.m. in the 200 block of Third Avenue, near Davidson Street, Chula Vista Fire Department Batallion Chief Trevor Flores said.

Getting to know those who would govern

There are four candidates running for Chula Vista mayor. This week The Star-News features answers from two of those four.

TEDx set for CV debut

On Saturday, May 19, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. TEDx makes its way to Chula Vista at Southwestern College's Mayan Hall with the theme Shift Into Awareness. The independently produced TEDxChulaVista, operated under a license from TED, will be hosted by the Chula Vista Elementary School District with collaboration from Southwestern College and the city of Chula Vista.

Pedestrian hurt after being hit by vehicle

A woman was taken to the hospital with critical injuries after she was hit by a car Thursday night in Chula Vista. Police said a car was traveling south on Fourth Avenue when a woman pushing a shopping cart stepped into the crosswalk - possibly against a red light.

Report: Homelessness down 6 percent in San Diego County

While thousands of people still live on the streets and in shelters throughout the county, the latest report on homelessness in San Diego shows an encouraging dip in numbers. While thousands of people still live on the streets and in shelters throughout the county, the latest report on homelessness in San Diego shows an encouraging dip in numbers.

Beer-stealing, gun-shooting teen sentenced

A 19-year-old Chula Vista man was sentenced May 9 to one year in jail for firing a stolen gun on the street after he stole some beer from a Walgreens store in Chula Vista. His parents along with 30 supporters of Cristian Nokolas Olmos were in the audience to hear the sentencing from Chula Vista Superior Court Judge Francis Devaney, who ordered Olmos to repay $18 to the Walgreens store in Chula Vista for the stolen beer.

San Diego rental assistance can take years

San Diego's a great place to live, but not everyone is making enough money to keep up with the cost of living. According to the Center on Policy Initiatives nearly one-third of households in San Diego County don't earn enough income to make ends meet, meaning many of our neighbors need help to pay the rent.

Corazon de Torta, MG Beyer, Fish Pit, Kindred, Oi Asian, Tortilla N' Taco Factory

When attending a taco festival, I become a short attention span eater. I usually just bounce from booth to booth, drawn by the mere suggestion of anything I might crave.

Voice needs an editor; Chula Vista mayor needs hotelier cash

Job of Voice The Voice of San Diego news and opinion website is seeking "an investigative reporter to dig into issues of education quality, inequity, youth issues and related criminal justice storylines." Adds the online job post, "Even in this large city, San Diego, and this diverse region, there are far too few journalists focused on schools, youths and inequality in educational systems.

South Bay Doctor Accused of Abuse Surrenders Medical License

According to documents released by the California Medical Board, Dr. Leon Fajerman fondled, kissed, or sexually abused eight women in his Chula Vista offices.

Jury deliberations begin in trial of man accused of setting homeless man on fire

Jose Garibay was arrested in 2016 after prosecutors say he poured gasoline on 39-year-old transient Julio Edeza then set him on fire. The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved plans to demolish the downtown Family Court building to make way for an affordable housing project.

San Diego County supervisors approve community gardening plan

Owners of some vacant or blighted properties in Chula Vista will be able to get a tax break in exchange for growing fruits and vegetables under a plan approved Tuesday by the county Board of Supervisors. The city is covered by an Urban Agriculture Incentive Zone that allows owners of more than 170 qualifying blighted parcels to submit plans to turn their properties into community gardens or other agricultural uses.

Recall issued for sausage products sold in SD

The California Department of Public Health is warning the public after a recall was issued for nearly 50,000 pounds of sausage products due to contamination. According to the department, the products may contain pieces of white, hard plastic.

Foundation to make announcement on sewage spills

The Surfrider Foundation in San Diego will hold a news conference Tuesday morning providing an update on a campaign to stop toxic waste flows in the Tijuana River. The San Diego Regional Water Control Board is also taking action.

Cancer survivor Lopez named honorary bat girl

In 2009, Sandra Lopez was diagnosed with Stage III breast cancer. Three years later after a brief period in remission, the Chula Vista native was re-diagnosed with Stage IV cancer and given five years to live by her doctors.

Schools Are Recruiting Grounds for Teen Drug Mules: Prosecutors

An 18-year-old is accused of recruiting underage classmates to smuggle drugs from Mexico in the U.S. NBC 7's Ashley Matthews has more. Drug dealers are offering teenagers $400 to strap a kilo to their bodies and walk across the U.S.-Mexico border and, increasingly, federal prosecutors are seeing San Diego-area high schools as the dealers' recruiting grounds.

School district honored for music education

Chula Vista Elementary School District was honored with the NAMM Foundation's "Best Communities for Music Education" designation this month, an honor that's given to school districts that show achievement in providing students access to music and education. "This award further validates our collective efforts to strengthen and enhance the arts as part of our broader goal to develop the 'whole' child," CVESD Superintendent Francisco Escobedo said.

Calif. city firefighters may stop responding to low-priority 911 calls

By sending only ambulances to low-priority calls, the Chula Vista Fire Department believes it can respond to high-priority calls faster CHULA VISTA, Calif. - In Chula Vista, firefighters and paramedics respond to low-priority 911 calls even though less than one percent of those calls require emergency medical services.

Police seek clues in 2002 murder of South Bay teen

The 14-year-old made an eerie prediction on the day her mother drove her to Montgomery High School. Gaby said she had the feeling that she was going to die at a young age.

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