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Carlsbad is located in southern California along the coast of the Pacific Ocean. The coastal resort city is best known for its shopping, tourism, booming high-tech industry and resort living. Carlsbad has become one of the wealthiest communities in both California and in the United States due to high property values, above average median family incomes and high education levels. In 1976 the city became home to the first skateboard park in the world, Carlsbad Skatepark.

Population: 78247
Local Newspapers: The San Diego Union-Tribune San Diego Daily Transcript La Prensa
Local Sports Teams: San Diego Chargers San Diego Padres
Local Colleges: National Univerisity - Carlsbad Golf Academy of America

Zip Codes associated with carlsbad, california: 92008 92009 92010 92011
Towns/Cities near carlsbad, california : Oceanside Vista San Marcos Encinitas

Carlsbad News
Family displaced after fire burns Oceanside home

A family of seven was displaced Monday morning by a fire that erupted inside their home in the Fire Mountain neighborhood of southern Oceanside, authorities said. Fire crews from Oceanside, Carlsbad and Vista responded just before 12:40 a.m. to reports of smoke and flames seen coming from the back of the home in the 1500 block of Kelly Street, near the Interstate 5 and state Route 78 junction, Oceanside Fire Department Deputy Chief Joe Ward said.

Barron's: General Mills stock may be a bargain after pet food deal

FILE PHOTO - General Mills breakfast cereal is shown for sale in Carlsbad, California, U.S., June 27, 2017. REUTERS/ Mike Blake General Mills shares, which closed on Friday at $43.41, have fallen 27 percent this year, but investors may be underestimating the value of the company's purchase of pet-food seller Blue Buffalo ( General Mills' earnings growth has stalled, and its $8 billion price tag for Blue Buffalo in February was viewed by some analysts as too ambitious.

Oceanside Nonprofit Makes Child Food Insecurity Its Mission

NBC 7's Monica Dean reports for Inspiring San Diego on the Got Your Back initiative that provides food for kids on the weekend. Every Tuesday night, at a small warehouse in Oceanside, volunteers with Got Your Back San Diego show up to fill backpacks with food.

New Generation Microplate Spectrophotometer Redefines Photometry

CARLSBAD, Calif: Research scientists conducting nucleic acid and protein quantification, as well as any other kind of photometric research application, can now use this new UV/Vis microplate spectrophotometer for the ultimate user experience. The Thermo Scientific Multiskan Sky Microplate Spectrophotometer made its debut at MipTec 2017 in September in Basel, Switzerland.

Flower Fields now in full bloom

Flowers are in full bloom at the famous Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch in Carlsbad. The Flower Fields will be open through May 13. Flowers are in full bloom at the famous Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch in Carlsbad.

San Diego has tentative deal with Humane Society to take over animal services

San Diego would pay the Humane Society $20.4 million over 18 months to begin handling pet adoptions and animal shelters for the city this summer under a short-term contract the City Council will consider later this spring. The city needs a new animal services provider because the county announced last year it would cease handling those duties on July 1 for San Diego and the county's five other contract cities: Carlsbad, Encinitas, Santee, Solana Beach and Del Mar. San Diego County's decision to cease offering animal control services, including pet adoptions and the operation of shelters, has prompted city officials to begin negotiating with the nonprofit San Diego Humane Society to handle those tasks.

Across the U.S., Affordability and Inventory Remain Unbalanced

Affordability is being challenged by increasing prices and rates , the report states. Affordability is most untenable in California, Hawaii, Montana, Oregon, Rhode Island and Washington, D.C.-all with "Affordability Scores" considerably less than one.

Solana Beach plans switch to district elections by 2020April 17, 2018

Rather than fight what would likely be a losing legal battle, council members at the April 11 meeting agreed to transition from at-large to district-based elections beginning in 2020. With council vacancies, registrar of voter deadlines and five required public hearings, the city attorney said "it is fiscally not possible" to make the change before this year's election on Nov. 6. But Kevin Shenkman, the Malibu-based attorney who in a letter urged Solana Beach to voluntarily make the switch, said those aren't valid reasons for "holding one more illegal election."

Carlsbad opposes proposed airport consolidation

The Carlsbad City Council authorized a letter Tuesday opposing state legislation that, if approved, would consolidate the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority with the San Diego Unified Port Authority. As written, Assembly Bill 3119 by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher would take away what little control Carlsbad has over McClellan-Palomar Airport, a single-runway airfield serving commercial jets and private pilots near the intersection of El Camino Real and Palomar Airport Road, city officials say.

Republican Rocky Chavez Leads New Poll in 49th District Race

Acting secretary of California's Dept. of Veterans Affairs, Rocky Chavez is among eight Republicans running for Darrell Issa's seat.

CAA Promotes 14 Trainees to Agents and Executives

CAA has promoted 14 of its trainees to agents or executives at its corporate retreat at the Omni La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, California, the agency said Friday. Matt Greenberg, Amanda Lie, Kirsten Polley and Jacy Schleier have been promoted to agents in CAA's television division.

Drones invade Carlsbad flower fields

On the morning of April 8, many of the visitors inside the Carlsbad Flower Fields were distracted, despite the flowers still being in bloom. "OMG," yelled one of teens taking a selfie with her friend inside the rows, "is that drone even allowed in here?" On the venue website, it states : "Operation or use of any drones, unmanned aircraft/flying systems, and remotely controlled flying machines, motorized or not -- is strictly prohibited."

The multi-instrumentalist/producer/songwriter wanted to be all-in

Although he admits he almost gave up and moved back to North County, Max Greenhalgh says he is happy that he stuck it out and stayed in L.A. to pursue music. "It was a big transition to move from a smaller town to being up in L.A.," says Greenhalgh, who was raised in Carlsbad .

Ex-Solis executive Craig Dupper launches Elan Growth Partners

Craig Dupper , an ex- Solis Capital Partners executive, launched Elan Growth Partners to focus on investments in manufacturing, software, business services and food. Elan closed an initial fundraising round that was offered to select investors.

Carlsbad to work with county on airport plan

Setting aside calls for a special ballot measure, Carlsbad city officials said this week they will continue to work with San Diego County to address residents' concerns about a proposal to lengthen the only runway at McClellan-Palomar Airport. County officials began the four-year process in 2014 to update the airport's master plan, which outlines plans for the runway extension of up to 800 additional feet, new safety systems and other expected improvements.

Homes planned for 71-acre site near Melrose Sprinter station

Oceanside planners have recommended approval for 301 homes to be built at the intersection of Oceanside Boulevard and Melrose Avenue. Oceanside planners have recommended approval for 301 homes to be built at the intersection of Oceanside Boulevard and Melrose Avenue.

Antique center in Ocean Beach to close Sunday before becoming Target Express

Plans to put a new Target Express in the heart of Ocean Beach, despite objections by many in the community, are moving forward. Target has signed a lease for an 18,000-square-foot space that is currently occupied by the Newport Avenue Antique Center.

Former sheriff's deputy sentenced in workers' comp claims

A former San Diego County sheriff's deputy who was seen lifting heavy weights after filing workers' compensation claims for a back injury, which he said left him unable to do even light duty for most of last year, was sentenced Tuesday to three years probation and 180 days in custody. Matthew Tobolsky, 40, pleaded guilty last month to a felony charge of making a misrepresentation to get an unearned benefit.

Ex-Carlsbad pastor who molested girl gets 15 years in prison

A former assistant pastor at a large Carlsbad church got a 15-year prison sentence Tuesday for molesting a 13-year-old relative over the span of about a year. Before hearing his sentence, Matthew Tague, 44, of San Marcos, once an assistant pastor at North Coast Calvary Chapel, apologized for his behavior.

Carlsbad Pastor Sentenced to 15 Years for Child Molestation

A former pastor at a Carlsbad church who pleaded guilty to repeatedly molesting a child over the course of nearly two years was sentenced to 15 years in prison Tuesday. Prosecutors said that 44-year-old Matthew Tague, a pastor at the North Coast Calvary Chapel at the time of his arrest, only turned himself in because his wife caught him abusing the young girl.

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