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The city of Vista, California, located in the northern section of San Diego County, just a few miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, was recently ranked the seventh-best place in America to raise a family. That’s based on such factors as job opportunities, education, climate and cost of living. One popular place for entertainment in Vista is the Moonlight Amphitheatre, which is an open air theater where musicals and plays are performed. The Vista Unified School District happens to be the city’s largest employer, with over 1,500 employees.

Population: 89857
Local Newspapers: North County Times San Diego Community Newspaper Group San Diego Headline News San Diego RanchCoast News The San Diego Union-Tribune San Diego Daily Transcript La Prensa Mission Times Courier
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Padres San Diego Chargers
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Zip Codes associated with vista, california: 92081 92083 92084
Towns/Cities near vista, california : San Marcos Escondido Oceanside Carlsbad Bonsall

Vista News
Congressional candidate Diane Harkey suggests curfew, buddy system for House members

Board of Equalization member Dianne Harkey, a candidate for Congress, says legislators should not be out after 8 p.m. Sending members home means that they wouldn't be able to go to evening fundraisers, strategy sessions or policy meetings. Congressional candidate Diane Harkey says that if she's elected to Congress, she and her colleagues should be back home by 8 p.m. because lawmakers entrusted with setting health-care policies, funding the government and declaring war need a curfew to stay out of trouble.

Amtrak train hits, kills pedestrian in Carlsbad

The accident occurred about 10:20 p.m. when a southbound train traveling between 70 and 80 mph near Tamarak Avenue hit a man who was on the tracks, sheriff's officials said. A panhandler involved in a "mutual fight" with a convenience store customer in Chula Vista Monday night collapsed after the two tussled and later died, Chula Vista police said.

Zot Alert Suspect Steals Car for First Date

Student residents in Arroyo Vista hid in the clubhouse while police cornered the subject outside. Photo Courtesy of CBS Los Angeles According to reports by CBS Los Angeles, the driver had stolen the car in Long Beach in order to make his first date with a UCI student he met online.

San Diego Symphony Performs John Williams

Often referred to as the composer who has scored the soundtracks of the lives of generations of fans, John Williams is saluted in a concert by the San Diego Symphony under the baton of its Associate Conductor, Sameer Patel. The concert program, entitled "Rebels, Raiders, and Supermen," is presented Sat., March 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Moonlight Amphitheatre.

How can you check for deodorant?

The owner of one of San Diego County's largest towing companies says Chula Vista Mayor Mary Salas prohibited him from employing Middle Eastern workers in the city, calling them "terrorists" and demanding that his employees not have beards, wear deodorant, and speak english. Nash Habib, owner of Angelo's Towing and affiliated companies, made those claims in a newly filed lawsuit against the city, Mayor Salas, and other employees.

Dirty Heads Announce 2018 Summer Tour

Southern California-based reggae/hip-hop act Dirty Heads are teaming up with Iration , The Movement and Pacific Dub for a summer tour. The coast-to-coast tour spans May 18 through June 30. Dirty Heads & Co.

CHP: Vista man arrested in fatal DUI hit and run

A Vista man suspected of fatally striking a pedestrian and then fleeing the scene was arrested Friday night after authorities found his pickup parked at a nearby home. The victim, a 51-year-old man, was walking across Estrelita Drive near Palmyra Drive about 8:15 p.m. when he was struck by a white GMC Sierra, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Gray Skies and Light Rain Expected All Weekend

Raindrops cover a windshield in Vista. Light rainfall and gray skies are expected to last throughout the weekend in San Diego County.

Solano library retirement celebration includes chance to adopt dogs

Her party offered Rio Vistans the opportunity to bring a new four-legged companion home as Solano County Sheriffs Office Animal Services parked their unit, with five dogs, in front of the Rio Vista library, where Peterson has spent most her career. Tolley wanted to do something flashy for Peterson, who greeted many well-wishers during the pet adoption fair.

Olympian High School Student Arrested for Social Media Threat

A student at Olympian High School has been arrested for posting a message on social media that threatened a shooting at the school. An Olympian High School sophomore was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of making a threat on social media, Chula Vista police confirmed.

War veteran weds on his 105th birthday

CHULA VISTA, Calif. -- Thursday was a big day for Norbert Stein. The Holocaust survivor and war veteran, got married and turned 105-years-old.

'Maid in America' made by Chula Vistan

More than 160 films will be featured in the upcoming San Diego Latino Film Festival with one of them being produced by Chula Vista resident and former journalist Laura Castaneda. Castaneda's five-minute documentary film "Maid in America" is about a woman who left her children behind in Tijuana/Rosarito to come to the United States to care for other children and perform domestic work.

Community huddles to discuss safety

By Robert Moreno staff writer A few days after a teenager shot and killed 17 people and injured dozens more at Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida, Chula Vista Police Chief Roxana Kennedy called the superintendent of the Sweetwater Union High School District to discuss the possibility of holding a school safety forum. As a result of that discussion, the Chula Vista Police Department in partnership with the Sweetwater District and the city of Chula Vista on Monday hosted a School Safety Forum at Chula Vista High School's Performing Arts Center to inform the community how they try to keep schools safe from a school shooting.

Iraq War amputee works the beat as a Chula Vista, Calif., police officer

There was a dicey moment when Officer Christopher Lawrence jumped a fence to assist a fellow cop on a foot pursuit. The rookie cop vaulted the fence and landed hard on his prosthetic right leg.

Sessions said Oakland's mayor endangered federal officers....

In this March 30, 2012 file photo, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents take a suspect into custody as part of a nationwide immigration sweep in Chula Vista, Calif. In this March 30, 2012 file photo, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents take a suspect into custody as part of a nationwide immigration sweep in Chula Vista, Calif.

Decrease in Law Enforcement Expected for Deltopia

The UC Santa Barbara Police Department plans to decrease law enforcement presence at this year's Deltopia, which is expected to take place on April 7. To further enhance safety, the CSD unanimously passed a motion to have CSOs present at the Safety Station near Del Playa Drive on April 7, the day of Deltopia. McLane Brown/Daily Nexus Lieutenant David Millard from UCPD said he anticipates about a 20 percent decrease in UCPD law enforcement, "depending on what the weekend is looking like."

The purpose-driven mindset of a top recruiter

Mary Jane Fisher is a third-generation American Legion member, following her grandfather and father into the service and then into the nation's largest veterans service organization. Fisher, who served in the Navy from 1979 until 1995, is not a follower.

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