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A Chula Vista police officer is facing misdemeanor charges in connection with a disturbance outside an elementary school graduation last month.
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The District Attorney Office filed four counts of battery against Officer Roman Granados, according to a statement issued by police.
A 64-year-old woman is sent to the hospital Saturday in what appears to be a hit-and-run in downtown.
The motives for two "cold case" murders in Chula Vista and National City were gang-related and a third murder resulted from one alleged killer's annoyance at a man who was dating his sister, according to court testimony.
A 63-year-old Chula Vista woman and three others pleaded guilty July 1 to charges involving a bogus kidnap ring in which people were called and falsely told a relative has been kidnapped and they needed to pay a ransom.
County Supervisor Greg Cox said in his State of Bonita address Wednesday evening that Bonita is in much better shape than it was a year ago.
A Chula Vista woman pleaded guilty July 18 to attempted murder of an acquaintance who was stabbed in the neck in his El Cajon home.
A probationer who drove a stolen car while under the influence of alcohol, causing a crash that killed a bicyclist in Chula Vista, was sentenced Friday to nearly 15 years in state prison.
According to a port-issued statement, Darbeau was placed on paid administrative leave through the end of this year, at which point he will no longer be employed.
Chula Vista-based Youngevity International Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary, CLR Roasters, has procured several contracts for its strictly high-grown washed Arabica coffee, totaling $3 million dollars for its recently launched green coffee distribution division, the parent company said.
During a meeting Monday in Chula Vista, consultant Chuck Diamond with E2 ManageTech described plans for the residential site to citizens.
A vehicle crashed into a palm tree in Chula Vista Thursday, leaving the driver severely injured and prompting authorities to close an about mile and a half stretch of eastbound Olympic Parkway, police said.
"The premise behind that is that the arts engage students faster, students learn faster and they retain information longer," said Philip Parks, director of the new Otay Ranch Academy for the Arts.
In the Old Testament, when God wanted someone to be king of the Israeli people, he chose a young boy from the pasturelands of Judea.
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Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:13 pm
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