CHULA VISTA (CNS) - Chula Vista's 100th birthday celebration kicks off Saturday at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
Centennial festivities include food, drinks, live music, a London Olympics preview and a fireworks finale.
Chula Vista, once known as the "Lemon Capital of the World," will pay homage to its history with a "Twist of Lemon" tasting area that will feature dishes from over 30 local restaurants, wineries and breweries.
The 2012 London Olympic preview will include a demonstration of the newest Olympic sport, BMX. People will get a chance to see athletes navigate through a track filled with dangerous jumps and hairpin turns.
P.O.D., a local band that has been nominated for three Grammys, will perform on stage.
Admission is free. Parking is $5, and tickets to the "Twist of Lemon" are $30.
A pedestrian was struck and killed Wednesday on northbound Interstate 805 near Imperial Avenue, according to California Highway Patrol.
Monsoonal moisture continues the chance for afternoon thunderstorms. Moisture will decrease Friday through the weekend, reducing but not eliminating the chances for thunderstorm activity.
A woman who led California Highway Patrol officers on a chase from the San Diego area to Santa Clarita was pulled from the vehicle and taken into custody Tuesday night on the northbound Golden State (5) Freeway.
Protesters on Tuesday made their way into a National City Council meeting to demand answers over the death of Earl McNeil.
Hundreds of friends and family on Tuesday gathered to celebrate the short but powerful life of a Chula Vista teen killed in a hit-and-run crash.
The weather often plays a role in health trends, and our current hot, humid conditions are no exception. The nurse practitioners at CVS Minute Clinic said some of the most common issues are nothing more than skin deep.
A downtown bar in San Diego is facing backlash after it promoted a party to celebrate Comic-Con attendees leaving San Diego after the convention ends.
In February 2018, the City of San Diego admitted more than 300 water customers had been overcharged due to human error.
Residents across the San Diego region are reporting an increase of coyote sightings around their homes.
At some point in life, many people stop worrying about what other people think - and only do what makes them happy.