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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
NCPD Chief Accused of Smiling as Activist Is Handcuffed

NBC 7's Joe Little heard from the National City Police Chief after he was accused of smiling during a woman's rant at a City Council meeting. A community activist claimed the National City Police Chief was smiling at a City Council meeting as she championed for justice for a man killed in police custody last month, and went on a profanity-laced tirade that landed her in jail.

5,000 Water Bottles Deemed Political Sit in Mayor's Garage

The National City mayor told NBC 7 he has 5,000 water bottles in his garage that can't be distributed to students as planned because of a semantics issue on the bottles. NBC 7's Joe Little reports.

Arrest made in Point Loma Heights Homicide

On December 7, 2017, 68 year-old Peter Bentz was reported missing to the San Diego Police Department after he failed to attend Thanksgiving dinner at a relative's house. When he was not heard from for several days, family members called police.

San Diego County unemployment remains flat

Unemployment in San Diego County remained flat at 2.9 percent in May as the labor market remained tight, according to statistics released Friday by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation. That unemployment rate was 0.8 percent lower than a year ago, and the lowest since January 2000.

EEOC Sues Tapioca Express for Sexual Harrasment and Constructive Discharge

Tapioca Express, a South El Monte, Calif.-based milk tea franchise, and two of its franchisees violated federal law by subjecting female employees to sexual harassment and forcing some to quit because of the abuse, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission announced today. According to the EEOC, the owner of two Tapioca Express franchisees in Chula Vista and National City, Calif., harassed female employees by inappropriately touching them and making repeated comments of a sexual nature.

Bathroom videographer goes to jail

A National City man was sentenced June 7 to 150 days in jail for videotaping women in the restroom at a Walmart store in Kearny Mesa. Richard Lawrence Shaw Jr., 52, was remanded to jail immediately after San Diego Superior Court Judge Cindy Davis placed him on terms of three years probation.

EEOC files sex-harassment suit against Tapioca Express

Allegations of sexual harassment on the part of the owner of Tapioca Express outlets in Chula Vista and National City has prompted the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to file suit against the Asian- themed fast-food chain, the federal agency announced Wednesday. According to the commission, the proprietor of the two San Diego-area shops repeatedly wrapped his arms around female employees, pressed up against them and made inappropriate comments about their bodies.

Use of drug that reverses overdoses to expand to police, school campuses

Paramedic Scott Robinson of the National City Fire Department trains police officers on how to administer naloxone, a drug used to counter the effects of opioid overdoses. Police departments across the county plan to supply naloxone to their officers.


Police Friday morning in National City said a roadway near Kimball Park could be closed until mid-afternoon following an overnight crash that ignited a raging, gas-fueled fire outside a city fire station. According to reports, the crash a little after midnight allegedly involved a teenage driver who fled from a police traffic stop in her family's SUV.

Easier to stand and sing than to vote

What you glean from Tuesday's election results depends on which side of the apple cart you are standing as someone pours lemonade into a half-empty/half-full glass. What they told me: It means waving flags and supporting our troops and respecting America by waving flags and pledging unquestioning support to Uncle Sam, especially during the patriotic holidays.

MTS bus route changes to increase speed and reliability

Twenty-six pending bus route scheduling changes are intended to increase speed, efficiency and reliability within the MTS system, the transportation provider announced Thursday. The changes, which go into effect Sunday, are part of MTS' Transit Optimization Plan, which launched fall 2016 to reverse a two-year decline in ridership and fare revenue.

Celebrate Cancer Survivor Beauty and Support Day

To celebrate, Bellus Academy is offering complimentary services to all cancer survivors between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. Bellus Academy, National City will offer free haircut, basic manicure, wax or gentleman's barber facial Morning Extra was joined by Zoie Rose McClouskey from Bellus Academy along with some students to show some of the services that will be offered. Flames tore through a home in Del Cerro Tuesday afternoon, sending a thick plume of smoke into the air near the site of a brush fire that prompted residential evacuations and closed freeway lanes last weekend.

9 Arrested in South County Warrant Sweep

The suspects were apprehended in the cities of Imperial Beach, National City and the unincorporated areas of Bonita and Lincoln Acres with outstanding warrants, "regardless of charge or bail amount," sheriff's Sgt. David Pocklington said.

Is Another Sales Tax Really the Answer?

In just a few days, Chula Vista residents will be asked to consider yet another sales tax. The last election cycle saw Measure P approved by 68% of voters, and city leaders are coming back to taxpayers now with Measure A. If passed, the half-cent increase would give Chula Vista the highest sales tax in the County, tied only with Del Mar and National City.

Time to part ways in National City

You supported the school I love with your presence and your assistance whenever we asked you to. I loved working with you on the State of the City video, and I still appreciate your presence and gift at my 60th birthday celebration at Cafe la Maze, and your presence and support at many of our school functions.

Canadian, Las Vegas workers fight for their rights

Members of the Culinary Workers Union voted to authorize a citywide strike unless they reach a contract deal with their employers by June 1. More than 3,000 railway workers could strike Canadian Pacific at 10 p.m. tonight, while 50,000 food service and hospitality workers could walk out of the major casinos in Las Vegas , Nevada at 12:01 a.m. Friday. The potential walkouts, which follow a massive contract rejection by the CP rail workers and a near unanimous strike vote by the casino workers, are part of a series of working-class struggles spreading across North America and internationally .

Crematorium owner denies human remains release

NATIONAL CITY, Calif. - A National City crematorium owner denied Friday that human remains were released into the air during a furnace emergency at the facility.

Foster Teen Says Scholarship That Included Car Forced Her Out of Apartment

An emancipated minor received a car as part of a scholarship, but because of it, lost government assistance to rent her home. NBC 7's Joe Little has more.

National City files lawsuit to keep rent control measure off ballot

Irvin Martinez, a National City resident, denounced a lawsuit filed against him by the city in regards to a rent control measure. Irvin Martinez, a National City resident, denounced a lawsuit filed against him by the city in regards to a rent control measure.

National City mayor wants term limits reset

National City mayor Ron Morrison is asking voters to change term limit rules to allow him to run for a fourth term in November. Morrison supports Measure B in next month's June 5 special election.

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