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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
Sentencing for Chula Vista Hit-and-Run Driver Postponed
The victim's families are upset because driver gets to spend Thanksgiving with his family while his victim can't. NBC 7's Artie Ojeda has more.Arson suspected in fires at Otay Ranch HS
Two fires broke out at Otay Ranch High School in Chula Vista Wednesday morning, but firefighters were able to put them out before classes were scheduled to begin. The fires set off alarms at the school at 1250 Olympic Pkwy.Fire Damages Offices of Alliance of California for Community Empowerment
The fire occurred Friday, Nov. 9 in Chula Vista California and destroyed or damaged the contents of the office used by the Alliance of San Diego, a chapter of Alliance of California for Community Empowerment . "What happened here was not an attack on ACCE, it was an attack on the social justice movement," said Christina Livingston, Executive Director, ACCE Institute.In-N-Out is So So-So
It's 10:40 on a Friday night in Santa Ana, and I'm lined up for one of Southern California's most beloved traditions: a run to In-N-Out. For the next 27 minutes - the time it takes for me to inch my car about 400 feet, from the gas station around the corner of the drive-thru to me grabbing a cheeseburger combo from a young employee decked out in all-white save for his black shoes, red apron and a corny baseball cap out of the "Bad News Bears " - I keep asking myself: Why? The fast-food burger chain is one of the few things Californians seem to universally agree upon.Chula Vista nonprofit destroyed by arson fire
The Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment has been active in San Diego for nearly a decade and was leading the fight for rent control in the election only days ago. "The heat damage burned through all of our computers, all of our tables, all of our supplies," said Martinez-Montes.Excessive Force Lawsuit Brought Against MTS
Four people claim they were assaulted by the same MTS code compliance officer. NBC 7's Joe Little has more.Fire Danger Extends to Coast in Windy, Dry Santa Ana Weather
A red flag warning issued for San Diego County extends from the desert to the ocean Monday as winds between 30 and 50 mph and humidity in the single digits will create extreme fire danger over the next two days. Humidity will drop between 5 and 10 percent over the next couple of days.Chula Vista Brush Fire Started by Teens: Witnesses
Teenagers were suspected of starting a small brush fire in Chula Vista on Sunday evening, a fire battalion chief said. The fire started around 9:20 p.m. in the 1200 block of Santa Cora Avenue near the Tersina Apartments complex, the Chula Vista Fire Department said.Insanity plea sends man to hospital
Two homeless men, Albert Stringer, 61, and Curtis Murray, 56, were stabbed to death on May 17, 2017 in front of a closed business at Rita's Italian Ice at 3410 Palm Avenue. A San Diego Police officer discovered the two at 2:45 a.m. and they had stab wounds to their chests.The press and public's obligation
If I had a bigger ego, if I was pettier and if I had more power, money and or influence to lose - sprinkled in with a large amount of insecurity -the second to last thing I would want is for someone to question my authority. The last thing I would want is attention.Accused said he would make-not commit-a killing
A man who attends St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Chula Vista has denied he threatened the church, which canceled an All Saints Day mass in response to his phone call to the church. Thomas Martin Escajeda, 61, pleaded not guilty Nov. 2 to a felony charge of making a criminal threat and a misdemeanor charge of telephone harassment.2018 South County election results
Chula Vista City Council candidate Jill Galvez watched early election returns come in during a party at her home. Photo by Steve Wood.Tax it
Voters on Tuesday night overwhelmingly passed Measure Q, setting in place a commercial cannabis ordinance that will allow for the licensing and operation of cannabis businesses within the city. Measure Q passed with 25,144 votes or 63.46 percent and is said to tax dispensaries and delivery services 5 to 15 percent, which marijuana advocates say could be a financial boon for the city.San Ysidro School District withholds settlement agreement in case against ex-superintendent
Former San Ysidro superintendent Manuel Paul at an arraignment in Superior Court in Chula Vista on April 12, 2013. More than a month after the San Ysidro school board agreed to settle a lawsuit against former Superintendent Manuel Paul, the district has not released details or a copy of the agreement.Wells Fargo Mural Honors Chula Vista Mayor's Grandparents
The mural at the Chula Vista Wells Fargo branch on H Street features some of the city's earliest residents, including the grandparents of Mayor Mary Casillas Salas. Wells Fargo unveiled three new community murals at their Chula Vista branches Wednesday, one of which honors the grandparents of the city's mayor.The - History Lady' visits Chula Vista
In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Chula Vista at the Arc of San Diego to meet the "History Lady." One year ago, I received a letter from the History Lady.Decision 2018: San Diego County Marijuana Measures
Preliminary voting results are in for five different marijuana-related measures brought before voters in Chula Vista, La Mesa and Vista. If the yes votes prevail, licensed shops can open up and the city can tax manufacturing, cultivation and testing sites, as well as dispensaries and delivery services anywhere from 5 to 15 percent.
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