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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.
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
Car goes up in flames, snarls traffic off I-15
A car fire snarled traffic on Interstate 15 in San Diego Monday, but there were no reports of any injuries. A vehicle on the shoulder of northbound I-15 at Interstate 805 became engulfed in flames around 11:30 a.m., according to the California Highway Patrol.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.Local Students Build Temporary Housing for Homeless
In an effort to help solve the homeless crisis in San Diego, students at High Tech High are building temporary housing structures. NBC 7's May Tjoa reports.Police looking for suspect after man stabbed in neck in Chula Vista
Chula Vista police are looking for a woman who they say stabbed a man in his neck while the two were arguing. Chula Vista police are looking for a woman who they say stabbed a man in his neck while the two were arguing.93-Year-Old Man Killed in Chula Vista Hit-and-Run Identified
A 93-year-old man killed in a hit-and-run while walking across the street in Chula Vista was identified by authorities Saturday. Gregorio Noriega-Huerta, who lived nearby, was walking across the street in the area of Third Avenue and Anita Street on Jan. 4 just after 7 p.m. when he was hit by a passing vehicle, according to the Chula Vista Police Department.Feb. prelim for freed teen accused of shooting at clerk
A Chula Vista man is facing a Feb. 23 preliminary hearing on charges he took two packs of beer out of a store and allegedly fired a gunshot towards a pursuing employee. Cristian Nokolas Olmos, 19, remains free on $120,000 bond posted after his Oct. 13 arrest by Chula Vista Police.No bail for boat driver in homicide case
A judge declined to reduce $500,000 bail Jan. 2 for a man suspected of accessory after the fact to the bizarre slaying of a South Bay man who was found inside a 55-gallon oil drum in San Diego Bay. Attorney Roland Haddad, who represents Derrick Jefferson Spurgeon, 38, said there were new facts in the case which he said merited lower bail.Adults accused of furnishing drugs to high school students appear in court
A North County couple accused of running a marijuana ring with high school students were back in court on Thursday. Both 48-year-old Kimberly Quach and her 50-year-old companion William Sipperley were in court Thursday morning for a readiness hearing which has been continued.Teachings from the South Pole
Lesley Anderson, a High Tech High Chula Vista 11th grade biology and environmental science teacher, likes taking real world lessons into her classroom. When the science teacher had the opportunity to go to the South Pole recently as part of a research expedition, she could not help but bring her experience to her students.Victim identified in Border Patrol crash
The San Diego County Medical Examiner identified Thursday the Chula Vista woman killed in a crash with a Border Patrol SUV in Eastlake. Maria Webb, 44, was driving a Pontiac Aztec south on Hunte Parkway when she was broadsided by the Border Patrol SUV.Winter Storm Brought Record Rainfall to San Diego
San Diegans awakened Wednesday to rain for a second day as a powerful winter storm brought record rainfall to the region. The amount of precipitation received in one day broke records in San Diego, Vista, Chula Vista, and Alpine, according to the National Weather Service.New Port of San Diego chairman is a 43-year-old lawyer
Attorney Rafael Castellanos was sworn in Tuesday as the new chairman of the Port of San Diego. A 43-year-old Democrat and business attorney, Castellanos presides over a $188 million budget in a year when the port is working on several high-profile projects, including a massive makeover of the Chula Vista bayfront.Pit bull who seriously injured man had reportedly attacked before
One of two pit bulls who mauled a man in his 70s last weekend allegedly bit another person in 2016, a county official said Tuesday. The victim was walking along El Cajon Boulevard near College Boulevard in the San Diego community of Rolando Sunday evening when the dogs attacked, said Dan DeSousa, director of the county's animal services department.Man found dead in barrel was stabbed 66 times
The 28-year-old man whose body was found stuffed in a barrel in October had been stabbed 66 times, according to the Medical Examiner's Office. Omar Medina was found in a 55-gallon oil drum that was weighted down by cinder blocks in the San Diego Bay about 200 yards off the coast of Chula Vista on Oct. 12. When Harbor police officers pulled the metal barrel from the water, they immediately inhaled the scent of decomposition.Flu's death toll doubles to 91; 3,000 more cases reported in last week
Registered nurse Annette Rodriguez holds a vial of this season's flu vaccine at the County South Region Public Health Center in Chula Vista last week. Registered nurse Annette Rodriguez holds a vial of this season's flu vaccine at the County South Region Public Health Center in Chula Vista last week.Woman Dies in Collision With Border Patrol Vehicle
A woman was killed in the collision between a vehicle and a Border Patrol vehicle at Hunte Parkway and Otay Lakes Road on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. The two cars collide near the intersection of Otay Lakes Road and Hunte Parkway at approximately 12:35 a.m., according to a lieutenant with the Chula Vista Police Department.Autopsy Reveals New Details in Body in Barrel Case
Omar Medina, 28, had been missing for nearly two weeks before his body was found in a barrel floating in the marina in Chula Vista on Oct. 12. An autopsy report reveals new details in the grisly death of a man whose body was found inside a barrel floating in the Chula Vista marina. Omar Medina's body was found Oct. 12 stuffed in a 55-gallon drum floating in the San Diego Bay.Guarding the ganja: a 'top priority' for busy dispensaries
"The concentration of cash is causing so many problems," said Hezekiah Allen, executive director of the California Growers Association, which represents 1,300 marijuana farmers and vendors. Since federal regulations prevent banks from accepting marijuana-related funds, California's legal weed industry is cash-only.Cal student arrested at border checkpoint for allegedly
Luis Mora, a UC Berkeley student, was arrested by Customs and Border Protection at an immigration checkpoint in San Diego County while driving home with his girlfriend over the holidays. Luis Mora, a UC Berkeley student, was arrested by Customs and Border Protection at an immigration checkpoint in San Diego County while driving home with his girlfriend over the holidays.National City says yes to beer
By unanimous vote of its city council, National City has made itself more welcoming to beer manufacturers. The December 19th vote amended its municipal code to allow breweries and tasting rooms to open in mixed-used commercial zones.
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