Chula Vista

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an industrial city in southern California (south of San Diego) near the Mexican border

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement statement Friday says a woman from Chula Vista, California, was arrested for allegedly overseeing logistics at a warehouse where one of the tunnels surfaced in San Diego.
Teen tennis Players in Chula Vista, California, helped raise funds for Rady Children's Hospital after one of the tennis players decided to give back to the hospital that took good care of her as a youngster.
The City of Chula Vista, California, grew by 47 percent (approximately 75,600 people) between 1998 and 2008, but everything changed with the recent downturn in the housing market.
The company has signed the agreement with Three Rivers Provider Network Inc (TRPN) of Chula Vista, California, which provides healthcare benefits to more than 10m members nationwide.
Vibra Bank, based in Chula Vista, California, is a FDIC-insured bank.
The 43-year-old from San Diego, who works at the Village Club Casino, in Chula Vista, California, won from a field of 720.
We're driving the next phase," says Jeff Nevin, who directs Southwestern College's mariachi program in Chula Vista, California.
A new 23,000 square-foot store is to be opened in June by bookseller Borders in Chula Vista, California.
By using a system called the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program, schools in Chula Vista, California, have seen an 18 percent drop in hitting and kicking, 21 percent fewer threats, and 12 percent less incidence of racial name-calling.
In San Diego federal court, Salvador Garcia Sandoval, owner of Mexican Trade Grocery of Chula Vista, California, pleaded guilty to importing more than 1,600 cases of dolphin-deadly tuna.
We have embraced TransactionCenter into our business because it allows our agents to be out working with clients and building new business," said Cory Shepard, president Prudential California Realty, Chula Vista, California.
At one such school in Chula Vista, California, that meant holding 30 dress rehearsals recently to prep every tot for the occasion, reports the San Diego Union-Tribune.
Margaret Dugger was able to live independently until she was ninety-one years old, thanks to her son Marion, who nursed her through cancer in their home in Chula Vista, California.