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About: spring valley, california

Named for the natural springs located in the city, Spring Valley was once the home of the Kumeyaay tribe. In 2000, the United States Census Bureau split Spring Valley into two Census-Designated Places, which then included the area called La Presa. In the southwest corner of San Diego County, some of the more notable people that have resided in Spring Valley included NFL players running back Reggie Bush, Niners quarterback Alex Smith.

Population: 28205
Local Newspapers: San Diego Union-Tribune
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Local Colleges: Cuyamaca College

Zip Codes associated with spring valley, california: 91976 91977 91978
Towns/Cities near spring valley, california : Lemon Grove La mesa El Cajon Bonita National City Granite Hills Jamul

Spring Valley News
FBI documents detail Grinch Bandit crime spree

The FBI says the "grinch bandits" robbed 12 different businesses in San Diego County. It's been seven months since they last hit, but the case is still open.

Crossroads gun show returns to Del Mar, so do protesters

Soumya Kalluri, 18, a supporter of NeverAgainCA.org, played music outside the Del Mar Fairgrounds where the Crossroads of the West Gun Show was being held, part of their protest of the the gun show being held there. Soumya Kalluri, 18, a supporter of NeverAgainCA.org, played music outside the Del Mar Fairgrounds where the Crossroads of the West Gun Show was being held, part of their protest of the the gun show being held there.

Californiaa s fire season is off to the worst start in 10 years

Vehicles and homes on Wolf Creek Road were destroyed in the Pawnee Fire in Lake County as residents were forced to evacuate and the fire continued to burn out of control on June 25 in Spring Valley. Through Monday morning, 196,092 acres have burned across the state since Jan. 1 - an area seven times the size of San Francisco and more than double the average by July 9 of the previous five years - according to an analysis of federal and state fire statistics by the Bay Area News Group.

Cal Fire: Pawnee Fire reaches full containment

CLEARLAKE OAKS >> On Sunday Cal Fire reported full containment of the Pawnee Fire, just over two weeks since it scorched through the Spring Valley community. With what was initially reported as an approximate 100-acre fire on Saturday, June 23, the blaze burned a total of 15,185 acres.

Victim of burn attack finds forgiveness, looks ahead

Julio Edeza, left, is assisted by Mila Fernandez, restorative nursing assistant at the Amaya Health Care Center in Spring Valley, right, during a physical therapy session. Julio Edeza, left, is assisted by Mila Fernandez, restorative nursing assistant at the Amaya Health Care Center in Spring Valley, right, during a physical therapy session.

Opening doors to a our fire heroesa

Public Information Officer and Cosumnes Fire Department Captain Joshua Rubinstein and Situation Unit Leader Glass Brian for Cal Fire look over maps of the Pawnee Fire in the Planning department, one of the many stations set up by the agency which has used the Lake County Fairgrounds for the past weeks while combating the fire. The arena at the fairgrounds in use for multiple, weather-cotnrolled tents that crews use to rest in after 24-hour shifts.

Northern California wildfire forces evacuations

A fire vehicle is surrounded by flames as the Pawnee fire jumps across highway 20 near Clearlake Oaks, Calif. on July 1, 2018.

The Latest: ACLU says government wrong to detain families

The small gro... . In this Wednesday, June 27, 2018, photo, a small group of stay-at-home mothers, with children at their sides, work to organize an immigration rally in Portland, Ore.

Immigrant supporters demand parents' release, protest Trump

The United States warns that children removed from their families and placed in institutional care are at greater risk of being trafficked. The United States warns that children removed from their families and placed in institutional care are at greater risk of being trafficked.

Fur is dead: Animal welfare groups cheer San Francisco ban

San Francisco could become the largest U.S. city to ban the sale of fur items, a move that would hearten a... . In this photo taken Friday, March 16, 2018, Benjamin Lin gestures while talking about the possible closure of the B.B. Hawk showroom because of a ban on the sales of fur in San Francisco.

Lake County still coping with Pawnee fire, evacuations

The Pawnee incident, which has caused evacuations in Lake and Colusa counties, continues to burn thousands of acres and has already destroyed 22 structures. In response, Gov. Brown and the County of Lake have declared a state of emergency.

California wildfire grows, 1,500 under evacuation orders

Thousands were forced to flee their homes Monday as major wildfires encroached on a charred area of N... . Vehicles and homes on Wolf Creek Road were destroyed in the Pawnee Fire in Lake County as residents were forced to evacuate and the fire continued to burn out of control on Monday, June 25, 2018 in Spring ... .

Twenty drug-trafficking suspects indicted

The suspects -- residents of Chula Vista, El Cajon, San Diego and Spring Valley -- were arrested as part of a yearlong investigation involving months of federal wiretaps, numerous undercover drug and gun buys, and extensive surveillance, according to prosecutors. Many of the defendants are associates of local street gangs, and some have ties to Mexican drug cartels, officials said.

The Latest: Judge orders families reunited within 30 days

Liem's father, Guanuawan Liem, is currently... . Fire crews battle the Pawnee Fire on Cache Creek Road on Monday, June 25, 2018 in Spring Valley, Calif.

Family separations bring call for rare language interpreters

In this Monday, Jun. 25, 2018, photo, Odilia Romero, a trilingual interpreter in English, Spanish and her native Zapotec, a language from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, poses for a photo at Oaxacan restaurant, La Guelaguetza... . In this Monday, Jun. 25, 2018, photo, Odilia Romero, right, a trilingual interpreter in English, Spanish and her native Zapotec, a language from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, poses for a photo with her friend, Bricia Lopez ... .

Lake County emergency

Once again, the Lake County Board of Supervisors found themselves approving yet another local state of emergency, this time for the Pawnee fire that continues to burn through thousands of acres of the Spring Valley area as it makes its way farther east into Colusa County. The approval comes just days after Lake County Sheriff Brian Martin and Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency in the county.

Armed Ukiah man arrested for entering Pawnee fire zone in Lake County

Christian Hiran Campos Esquivel, 31, of Ukiah, was found driving a black Toyota 4-Runner with expired license plate tabs on Spring Valley Road, one of the areas affected by the fire. According to the Lake County Sheriff's Office, Lakeport Police Officer Andrew Welter was assisting sheriff's deputies to patrol the Spring Valley area when he observed the vehicle at around 1:40 p.m. After the police officer conducted a traffic stop, Campos Esquivel said he was working in the Spring Valley community, but did not identify who he was working for or what he was doing.

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