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Escondido is located just north of San Diego in southern California. The city's name means "hidden" or "secret" in Spanish and was named so because it sits in a shallow valley that is surrounded by rocky hills. Today Escondido is primarily a residential community, but it was once an agricultural center. Initially farmers grew muscat grapes. After the construction of the dam that formed Lake Wohlford, olives and walnuts were grown, and oranges and lemons were densely planted. Avocados had become Escondido's largest crop by the 1960s.

Population: 133559
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres San Diego Gulls
Local Colleges: Palomar College

Zip Codes associated with escondido, california: 92025 92026 92027 92029
Towns/Cities near escondido, california : San Marcos Hidden Meadows Valley Center Poway Vista

Escondido News
County Code Enforcement Demands Improvements on Gun Range

Some of the letters were sent to children in San Diego. NBC 7's Alex Presha and Monica Dean report.

County Supervisors to consider sanctuary city suit

Elected officials, including Escondido Mayor Sam Abed and San Marcos Mayor Jim Desmond, and a group of residents will urge the San Diego County Board of Supervisors Monday to join the federal government's lawsuit challenging California's sanctuary state law. The bill, signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in October, limits cooperation between California law enforcement and federal immigration authorities.

County's flu deaths continue to increase

Alexis Lalande, RN, works in a tent set up outside of the Palomar Medical Center Escondido in January so that medical staff members can triage flu patients. Alexis Lalande, RN, works in a tent set up outside of the Palomar Medical Center Escondido in January so that medical staff members can triage flu patients.

Escondido police, schools to talk safety efforts

Police and school officials in Escondido will discuss the continuing efforts being made to keep students safe on campuses. On Monday afternoon, Escondido police Chief Craig Carter, Escondido Union High School District Superintendent Steve Boyle will be joined by leaders from area public, private and faith-based schools to detail their collaboration regarding school safety at a news conference.

Has the California backlash against liberal craziness finally begun?

In a state consumed by conservation and environmental issues, one highly endangered species has long gone unnoticed and unprotected - the California Conservative. Is it still possible to rescue them from the brink of extinction? Can their numbers be revived? And can they thrive here once again? While the nation continues to view California as a homogeneous voting block of individuals in lock step with an increasingly progressive liberal agenda, for Common Sense Californians up and down the left coast state, there's a sense that a different tide is rising.

Voters in California prepare to cast ballots - in Mexico's presidential election

Juan Juarez, 36, who lives in Escondido, completes the registration process for voting abroad prior to the upcoming elections in Mexico. Juan Juarez, 36, who lives in Escondido, completes the registration process for voting abroad prior to the upcoming elections in Mexico.

Motorist killed in head-on crash in Escondido

A 57-year-old man in a pickup truck was killed in a head-on collision in Escondido, police said Saturday. The crash involving the 2005 Honda Accord and a 1996 Toyota Tacoma occurred on Valley Parkway, north of Beven Drive, said Escondido police Lt.

Evacuated horses during Lilac Fire heading home

A local GOP congressman on Friday praised Escondido for becoming the first city in San Diego County to express support for the Trump administration's lawsuit against California's so-called sanctuary laws. A local GOP congressman on Friday praised Escondido for becoming the first city in San Diego County to express support for the Trump administration's lawsuit against California's so-called sanctuary laws.

Issa praises Escondido for sanctuary decision

VISTA, Calif. - A local GOP congressman Friday praised Escondido for becoming the first city in San Diego County to express support for the Trump administration's lawsuit against California's so-called sanctuary laws.

Residents to Weigh in on Contentious Harmony Grove Proposal

The San Dieguito Community Planning Group is expected to take up a controversial project at tonight's meeting. NBC 7's Audra Stafford reports.

Red California's revenge on sanctuary laws

A supporter of the Escondido City Council's move on Wednesday to back a federal lawsuit against California over immigrant sanctuary laws states her position with a sign. A supporter of the Escondido City Council's move on Wednesday to back a federal lawsuit against California over immigrant sanctuary laws states her position with a sign.

More California Cities Join Lawsuit Against Sanctuary Policies

Two more cities in California have voted to support a lawsuit by the Department of Justice against the state's sanctuary policies. The Fountain Valley City Council voted to join in after Rep. Dana Rohrabacher offered to pay for the city to file a brief in support of the lawsuit, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Escondido Roofing Company Cited for Repeat Worker-Safety Violations

An Escondido-based roofing company was cited by the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration was repeatedly failing to protect its workers from fatal falls, the agency announced Thursday. California Premier Roofscapes Inc. was cited by Cal/OSHA six different times in the past four years, most recently in August 2017, the agency said.

Education remains key to reducing opioid tragedies

California State Senate Republican Leader Patricia Bates will introduce Senate Bill 1109 which addresses the opioid crisis in North County. Courtesy photo The opioid epidemic has negatively impacted the lives of millions of people across the nation, and San Diego County is no exception.

Death penalty out in trial of alleged gang member charged with murderApril 5, 2018

Prosecutors won't seek the death penalty against an alleged gang member charged in a shootout in Escondido that killed a woman driving home from church, it was announced March 29. Dionicio Torrez Jr., 25, is charged with murder, a special circumstance gang allegation, attempted murder of rival gang members, and shooting at an occupied vehicle in connection with the death of 55-year-old Catherine Kennedy. Torrez will face life in prison without parole if convicted at a trial scheduled for May 22, said Deputy District Attorney Laurie Hauf.

Pinwheels used to bring attention to sexual assault; child abuse

Palomar Health Forensic Health Services will honor survivors of child abuse and sexual assault by placing 891 pinwheels on the lawn of the downtown Escondido medical center Thursday. Each pinwheel represents a child abuse or sexual assault survivor who was interviewed by the forensic health agency in 2017.

Ocean Beach residents learn how to make "citizen's arrests"

Ocean Beach residents learn how to make "citizen's arrests" - CBS News 8 - San Diego, CA News Station - KFMB Channel 8 SAN DIEGO San Diego Police on Wednesday met with members of the newly formed neighborhood watch program in Ocean Beach. Making a citizen's arrest, as Ocean Beach Neighborhood Watch Zone Captain Isaac Darby learned, is not about taking matters into one's own hands, but being a good witness.

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