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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

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GMA Pinoy TV heads PH holiday revelries in the US

GMA Pinoy TV remained true to its mission of bringing Filipinos abroad closer to home in a series of successful 120th Philippine Independence Day celebrations all over the world last month. Carla Abellana kicked off her birthday month by flying to San Diego, California for the "Mabuhay Festival" held at the Kimball Park National City last June 2. Not only was she warmly welcomed during her song numbers, the audience even sang her a "Happy Birthday" song complete with a cake that was brought on stage.


Terrifying moments for a driver in National City, when his jeep rolls into the water. Harbor Police divers had to go down and help pull the Jeep Wrangler from the Sweetwater Channel.

Residents angry over death of man arrested by police call for full staffing of review board

As community members continue to press for answers regarding the death of a man who was arrested by National City police, some have raised concerns about the city's police oversight board, which has not convened since late last year. The Community and Police Relations Commission, which is tasked with reviewing certain police investigations, has not held a meeting since November because it hasn't convened a quorum in recent months, according to city staff.

Potential Hepatitis A Exposure at Treatment Center

Residents at the Volunteers of America Renaissance Treatment Center in National City during a specific time period may have been exposed to hepatitis A, the County Health and Human Services Agency reported Friday. HHSA recommends vaccination for anyone who was a resident at the facility at 2300 E. 7th Street, National City anytime from June 19 through June 21. Those who are already vaccinated or who have had hepatitis A do not need vaccination.

John Baldessari Cremated 13 Years-Worth of His Art, And Called It Art

"I really think it is my best piece to date," John Baldessari wrote to a critic of the 1970 action-cum-artwork that would come to be known as the "Cremation Project." In the late 1960s, a friend took a photo of artist John Baldessari with his back to the camera, looking out over the California landscape.

Hep A

County of San Diego Public Health Nurse Tyler Eickholt gives a Hepatitis A shot to a homeless woman in El Cajon on May 17, 2018. Health and Human Services Agency officials recommend vaccination for anyone who lived at the Volunteers of America Renaissance Treatment Center in National City from June 19 through June 21 because a client who was at the facility on those dates recently tested positive for the viral infection that can damage the liver if left untreated.

How 'Bike Box' Will Increase Safety for Cyclists

The box works by allowing cyclists to safely wait inside the green box, which is painted on the right lane away from the corner where cars make right turns These boxes are popping up in Hillcrest. NBC 7's Joe Little explains what they are.

Heat Waves Don't Stop Work or Play in San Diego

NBC 7's Gaby Rodriguez spoke to people who plan on playing and working under the heat this weekend. We know that fire personnel will be on high alert this weekend during the heat wave and we heard how the high temperatures impact local employees in a few different industries, but what about the people out there determined to not let the weather get in the way of their play? The scene Thursday at the Sportsplex USA softball fields in Poway was just like many other fields and recreation centers in the county - busy despite the scorching sun.

Official election results: National City voters reject measure backed by mayor

It's official: Termed-out National City Mayor Ron Morrison will not be able to run for re-election in November. Morrison's time in office hinged on ballot measures that appeared before National City voters in June.

Rent-control measure qualifies for ballot; National City to dismiss lawsuit

Proponents of a rent control ballot measure gathered outside of City Hall in May to announce they had collected enough signatures for a rent control measure to be placed on the November ballot. Proponents of a rent control ballot measure gathered outside of City Hall in May to announce they had collected enough signatures for a rent control measure to be placed on the November ballot.

The conspiracy issue: The Golden State Killer had an accomplice

Of the myriad theories swirling since the April 25 arrest of Joseph James DeAngelo, the accused East Area Rapist / Golden State Killer, one of the most interesting is that the serial murderer-rapist may have had help committing the violent crimes that made him one of the most notorious cold-case villains of the 20th century. Most of the supposition has centered on DeAngelo's brother.

Does your school have lead in its drinking water?

Eleven schools in San Diego County had unsafe levels of lead in drinking water last year, according to new data from the California State Water Resources Control Board, and more test results are expected soon as schools adhere to new legislation. Gov. Jerry Brown in October signed a law that requires community water systems to test drinking water for lead in all public schools that serve kindergarten through 12th grade by July 2019.

Big Bay Boom wows huge crowds

Hundreds of thousands of spectators lined the sidewalks of San Diego Bay to witness the Big Bay Boom. The show featured hundreds of fireworks, launched from four barges: Point Loma, Harbor Island, Downtown, and Coronado.

Girl, 10, and mother rescued from compartment during border smuggling attempt

A 10-year-old girl and her mother who were being smuggled across the border in the back of a convertible had to be cut out by firefighters early Tuesday after the compartment they were hiding in failed to open. The mother and daughter, both Mexican citizens, were not injured.

Job Postings Aimed at Teens Could be Bait Set by Sex Traffickers: DA

The District Attorney's Office is giving teens and their parents a reason to be skeptical of job opportunities advertised on tear-away signs found along city streets. They're somewhat of an American novelty: signs pinned on bulletin boards, taped on street lamps and stapled to trees advertising labor for teens looking to make some spending cash during the summer or while they're not at school.

Immigration protests in San Diego area today

Calexico, Carlsbad , El Cajon , National City , Ramona and San Diego are among hundreds of U.S. cities hosting protests today of Trump administration zero-tolerance policies that led to the separation of several thousand families at the U.S.-Mexico border in recent months. The #FamiliesBelongTogether movement is spearheaded by progressive advocacy group MoveOn, the American Civil Liberties Union, the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights and the National Domestic Workers Alliance.

Options for bright lights at night

Chula Vista's 4th Fest will light up the night sky at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center, 2800 Olympic Parkway. The fireworks display will be synchronized with music on 91X, Magic 92.5 and Z90.3, radio sponsors of the event.

Move over UPS truck, Amazon delivery vans to hit the streets

Your Amazon packages, which usually show up in a UPS truck, an unmarked vehicle or in the hands of a mail carrier, may soon be delivered from an Amazon van. The online retailer, wanting more control over how its packages are delivered, rolled out a program Thursday that lets entrepreneurs around the country launch businesses that deliver Amazon packages.

College's business center focused on female empowerment

The U.S. Small Business Administration San Diego District Office has opened a new Women's Business Center on Southwestern College's Higher Education Center at National City. The new center is designed to help women entrepreneurs start and grow small businesses; the center will provide assistance and resources to women entrepreneurs in San Diego and Imperial Counties.

News 8 Throwbacks: Remembering the neon lights on El Cajon Boulevard

In May of 1949, News 8 KFMB-TV launched its first broadcast, making us San Diego's oldest television station. As we approach our 70th year of being on air, we have opened up our vault to share our vast library of file film and video with the public.

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