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About: la jolla, california

Located just 12 miles north of San Diego, La Jolla is considered one of the wealthiest cities in America. In 2008, the home prices in the area were the highest in the country, with the average home selling for $1.842 million. Three sides of the city are surrounded by beaches and ocean bluffs. Native Americans called this location “land of holes,” which may have referred to caves on the north facing beach. It’s also nicknamed the "Jewel City" in reference to the Spanish translation of the city name, "La Joya," which means "the jewel."

Population: 42808
Local Newspapers: San Diego Tribune
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Padres San Diego Chargers
Local Colleges: University of California - San Diego National University

Zip Codes associated with la jolla, california: 92037
Towns/Cities near la jolla, california : Hermosa Bay Ho North Clairemont Sorrento Torrey Pines

La-Jolla News
First Responders to UTC Pool Shooting Honored

First responders to a deadly shooting at a La Jolla apartment complex in April were among those honored at this year's San Diego Fire-Rescue Department Service Awards Luncheon. The San Diego Fire-Rescue Foundation hosts the event every year to recognize firefighters, paramedics, lifeguards and ordinary citizens who've done extraordinary things in the community.

Artist offers tiny homes from her installation to help homeless. No commitment from city.

At Horton Plaza Park the art project "Model Home" created and designed by Mimi Lien is hoisted up sixty eight feet by a crane and then slowly spun to music. At Horton Plaza Park the art project "Model Home" created and designed by Mimi Lien is hoisted up sixty eight feet by a crane and then slowly spun to music.

UC Shooting Victim Files Lawsuit Against La Jolla Crossroads

Although there is no clear motive behind the mass shooting in University City, police learned that the suspect was distraught over a break up with a girlfriend. He seemed to target the victims at random.

DA Stephan deems three officer-involved shootings legally justified

San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman briefs news reporters at the corner of Golden Haven Drive and Judicial on April 20, 2017, after reports of a gunman shooting seven victims at a complex in University City. San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman briefs news reporters at the corner of Golden Haven Drive and Judicial on April 20, 2017, after reports of a gunman shooting seven victims at a complex in University City.

Mom 'sold drugs to students at daughter's high school'

Kimberly Quach was arrested in late September on counts of selling marijuana and pills to teens, using a minor to sell drugs and running a drug den She is accused of selling marijuana, Xanax and opioid treatment drug Suboxone at Cathedral Catholic High School, where her daughter is a senior In the 'Weeds': Kimberly Quach, 48, a San Diego mother-of-two, has been charged with allegedly selling marijuana and pills at her daughter's private Catholic high school and running a drug den out of her home A San Diego mother-of-two has been charged with allegedly selling marijuana and pills at her daughter's private Catholic high school and running a drug den out of her home.

Two sentenced in fraud scheme

A San Diego businessman and a lawyer from Arizona were sentenced to lengthy terms in federal prison for their roles in a multi-million real estate loan fraud. Cortland Gettel, 43 of Coronado was sentenced to 135 months in prison and Jeffrey Greenberg, 67, of Tucson, Ariz.

Some flowers create blue halo to say hello to foraging bees

They create a blue halo, apparently to attract the bees they need for pollination, scientists reported Wednesday. Bees are drawn to the color blue, but it's hard for flowers to make that color in their petals.

City attorney memo dampens prospects for consensus on short-term rental rules

The San Diego City Council will hold a special hearing Monday on the contentious issue of how to regulate short-term rentals popularized by online platforms like Airbnb. The San Diego City Council will hold a special hearing Monday on the contentious issue of how to regulate short-term rentals popularized by online platforms like Airbnb.

Walter Munk Way: Portion of La Jolla Shores boardwalk renamed

A section of the La Jolla Shores boardwalk where famed oceanographer Walter Munk performed experiments as far back as the 1940s will be named in his honor Wednesday. The stretch will be dedicated as Walter Munk Way under the city of San Diego's honorary street naming program.

2007 Witch Creek Fire: Neighborhood then and now

"We didn't have time get anything out anyway you know," said Norma Heeter. "They said 'get out' and our lives are more important."

ViaCyte tries again with potential diabetes cure

Paul Laikind, ViaCyte's president and CEO, discusses recent results in the company's clinical testing of a diabetes therapy derived from human embryonic stem cells. Laikind spoke Oct. 5, 2017, at the Cell & Gene Meeting on the Mesa.

WOW Festival a must-see for puppet lovers

The San Diego WOW Festival is back for its third biennial show. With events ranging from film showings to puppet shows to flash mobs, the WOW Festival is sure to entertain all ages with all interests.

Uc San Diego Theatre and Dance to Present the Green Cockatoo

The UC San Diego Department of Theatre and Dance presents The Green Cockatoo, by Arthur Schnitzler , translated by Carl R Mueller, and directed by Marco Barricelli . About the play: It's July 14th, 1789, Paris.

Uc San Diego Department of Theatre and Dance to Stage What of the Night?

The UC San Diego Department of Theatre and Dance presents What of the Night? by Maria Irene Fornes , directed by Katie Pearl . What of the Night?, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, offers a panoramic view into the spiritual and economic poverty of 20th and 21st century United States.

California Workers' Comp Division Suspends 3 Medical Providers for Fraud

The California Division of Workers' Compensation has suspended three more medical providers from participating in the state's workers' comp system, bringing the total number of providers suspended this year to 49. The suspensions were made possible by the passage last year of Assembly Bill 1244, which requires the DWC administrative director to suspend any medical provider convicted of a crime involving fraud or abuse of the Medi-Cal or Medicare programs or the workers' comp system, a patient, or related types of misconduct. Samuel H. Albert of Tustin, psychiatrist, pled guilty in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California on June 20, 2016 to conspiracy to commit health care fraud.

Birch's Haunted Aquarium explores the deep "Boo" sea

Danny Beckwith, an education specialist at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, holds one of the many specimens that will be on display during the "Haunted Aquarium" event. The family-friendly Halloween party will be held on Oct. 20 and 21. Danny Beckwith, an education specialist at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, holds one of the many specimens that will be on display during the "Haunted Aquarium" event.

Woman Badly Injured: Accused hit and run driver faces judge

An Encinitas man who allegedly left the scene of a traffic crash that badly injured a mother of three last month near Moonlight Beach pleaded not guilty Thursday to a charge of felony hit-and-run with serious bodily injury. Parker turned himself in last week in connection with the Sept.

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