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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

National City News
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.

Caught on Camera: Accused drone thief learns camera not his friend

Caught on Camera: Accused drone thief learns camera not his frie - CBS News 8 - San Diego, CA News Station - KFMB Channel 8 SAN DIEGO A suspected drone thief is under arrest after video of the crime aired on News 8. The surveillance footage was all investigators had to go on, but it turned out to be the only thing they needed. The man known as the "serial drone thief" was identified as 41-year-old Andrew McCollom.

Man recovering after vicious pit bull attack

SAN DIEGO A man is recovering after being viciously attacked by a pair of dogs on Sunday in the College area. The pit bull dogs, Goldie and Ace, were locked up after being accused of attacking a man in his 70's over the weekend while he was on his nightly walk.

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.

Storm topples landmark theater sign in National City

A decades-old towering sign at the former Bay Theatre in National City toppled as a storm swept across the region Tuesday. A decades-old towering sign at the former Bay Theatre in National City toppled as a storm swept across the region Tuesday.

Storm Topples 'Bay' Theatre Sign at National City Landmark

NBC 7 shot this footage of the "Bay" Theatre sign on National City Boulevard toppled by Tuesday's powerful winter storm. The storm that swept San Diego County Tuesday - and the gusty winds that came with it - toppled a towering sign at a landmark in National City that had been on display for decades.

Residents seek more access to healthy food amid fast-food landscape

Old Town National City will build a community garden after more than a decade of collaboration between the city, residents, and the Environmental Health Coalition. Mundo Gardens , a "National City-grown" nonprofit, will operate the Paradise Creek Park Community Garden on a quarter-acre plot adjacent to the creek, Kimball Elementary, and housing.

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.

3 arrested in violent South Bay robbery series

Three men were taken into custody in connection with a string of violent armed robberies that occurred late Wednesday night in National City and Chula Vista. At around 11 p.m., Chula Vista police received reports of a person robbed in the 300 block of Broadway Chula Vista by men armed with guns and machetes who fled the scene in an SUV with paper license plates.

New Summer Pops bayfront venue would seat 2x more people

The San Diego Symphony wants to build a $45 million permanent stage at the bayfront park where it has performed Summer Pops concerts since 2004. The new venue would host an increased number of shows, going from 37 paid events to 110.

Don't call it an open mic. It's a jam

A half dozen men circle around a thin man with a top bloom of white hair in long-sleeved plaid and jeans. Strict: "I don't want this to turn into a mess.

A Look Back: Railroad struggled in Temecula area

This photo shows the train depot that once stood in what today is Old Town Temecula. It no longer exists.

An ancient mastodon ignited a debate over humans' arrival in North America

"Oh my God," Richard Cerutti said to himself. He bent down to pick up a sharp, splintered bone fragment.

New Escondido movie theaters still on hold

More than two years ago, at the request of the corporation that owned the Westfield North County shopping mall in Escondido , city planners fast-tracked a proposed 10-screen movie theater complex in the northern parking lot of the shopping center. Westfield, based in Australia, owns 32 upscale malls in the United States and Britain.

Police: Don't fire your gun on New Year's Eve

NATIONAL CITY With the upcoming New Year's Eve celebrations, the National City Police Department would like to remind the public that firing guns is illegal and dangerous. According to National City Police, a study by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that 80% of celebratory gunfire-related injuries are to the head, feet, and shoulders.

2017: The Year of bluster and community

Otay Water District board member Hector Gastelum was censured by his colleagues for disparaging remarks he made on social media about members of the Muslim community. It was the first time the agency has taken such an action.

ER doctor retires after 47 years at Chula Vista hospital

Dr. Melvin Ochs, left, retired last week after a storied career of nearly 50 years at Scripps Mercy Hospital Chula Vista where he was the emergency department director. He celebrated with emergency room nurses and staff during a small gathering at the hospital.

An ancient mastodon ignited a debate over humans' arrival in North America

"Oh my God," Richard Cerutti said to himself. He bent down to pick up a sharp, splintered bone fragment.

Eight family members rescued after boat crashes into sandbar

San Diego Harbor Police rescued eight membersof a family from a boat that became stranded on a sandbar in San Diego Bay Saturday afternoon San Diego Harbor Police rescued eight membersof a family from a boat that became stranded on a sandbar in San Diego Bay Saturday afternoon Four members of a family out for a Christmas holiday cruise in a new 30-foot pleasure craft were injured Saturday when the boat crashed into a sandbar in San Diego Bay off National City near a spot known as Gunpowder Point. None of the injuries were life threatening but three members of the family of eight were taken to a hospital for treatment of facial, shoulder and back injuries, San Diego Harbor Police Lt.

Archaeology as blood sport: How an ancient mastodon ignited debate...

"Oh my God," Richard Cerutti said to himself. He bent down to pick up a sharp, splintered bone fragment.

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