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Covina, a small city, is located in southwestern California, only 22 miles east of Los Angeles. When the city was incorporated in 1901 the city's slogan was coined: "One Mile Square and All There," which depicts the area of the city, only about one square mile. Covina is the smallest city in area in the United States. The name "Covina" is derived from the Spanish word for vineyard. Several movies have been filmed in Covina including parts of the Roswell TV series, High School USA starring Michael J Fox, and the Bohemian Rhapsody scene from Wayne's World.

Population: 44837
Local Newspapers: Daily Variety Investor's Business Daily La Opinion LA Weekly Los Angeles Downtown News Los Angeles Independent Los Angeles Times New Times Los Angeles
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers LA Dodgers LA Galaxy LA Lakers LA Kings UCLA Bruins USC Trojans
Local Colleges: American Graduate University

Zip Codes associated with covina, california: 91722 91723 91724
Towns/Cities near covina, california : Vincent Charter Oak Azusa Glendora San Dimas Diamond Bar Pomona Baldwin Park Walnut Valley

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Seizmic is First in Industry to Secure IAS Global Testing Accreditation

SMHE is the division of Seizmic that focuses on testing of material handling components. This designation, which took more than 200 pages of documentation and multiple inspections from an outside standards body, means that all testing equipment within SMHE's facility have met the qualifications for certification.

Rookie police dog finds 60 pounds of meth during first bust

The newest edition to the West Covina Police Department earned the station's praise this Saturday when he found approximately 60 pounds of methamphetamine in a car during a traffic stop. K9 Rye was with officers when they stopped a silver 2010 Nissan Rogue in West Covina, California, according to a Facebook post by the department.

Azusa school board members informally agree they don't need to close campuses

Maria Cepeda and Maxine Domantay, 4, who is in TK at Mountain View Elementary, protest Mountain View being on a list of schools to eliminate as Azusa Unified Surplus Property Committee decides on closing schools on Friday, April 27, 2018 at Gladstone High School in Covina. While the Azusa Unified school board could still decide to close campuses, board members informally agreed last week that there may no longer be a need to close any campuses.

Man gets 12 years in prison for giving drugs to girlfriend, who fatally overdosed near Covina

A man was sentenced Monday to 12 years in prison for giving fentanyl to his 16-year-old girlfriend, who later died in his home near Covina. The victim thought the drug was cocaine and snorted it, according to Sarah Ardalani, spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

West Covina K-9's First Bust Yields 60 Pounds of Meth

A routine traffic stop by officers in West Covina has led to the discovery of approximately 60 pounds of methamphetamine found underneath a vehicle's driver seat, a police sergeant said Sunday. Officers pulled over a silver 2010 Nissan Rouge at 7:20 p.m. Saturday after the driver suddenly stopped in a lane of traffic at Vincent Avenue and the San Bernardino Freeway, said West Covina police Sgt.

81-year-old opens barber shop in Redlands

At age 81, when most people have long retired, Carlson, a Redlands resident for seven years, is working harder then ever. And at a time when hordes of businesses are closing due to the soured economy, the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Carlson, who recently opened his sixth barber shop, The Barbers.

Hear the 911 call: Woman says West Covina Mayor Mike Spence - may have overdosed' in hotel room

Costa Mesa police have released the 911 call audio reporting that West Covina Mayor Mike Spence was unconscious possibly due to a drug overdose early May 4. Emergency responders responded shortly after midnight on May 4 to a call from the 2000 block of Newport Boulevard that involved two people, one of whom was Spence, police spokeswoman Roxi Fyad said Monday. Officers found controlled substance items at the scene, and while no one was arrested, the department intends to submit its investigation to Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas, Fyad said.

West Covina Council votes to strip mayor Mike Spence of his title, duties amid drug investigation

Under the specter of an ongoing police investigation into a possible drug overdose, West Covina Mayor Mike Spence resigned from the largely ceremonial position Thursday night - then his colleagues made it effective immediately. At a special meeting called to deal with the controversy, Spence announced his mayoral tenure would end June 1. Moments later, the rest of the City Council voted to strip Spence of the title post haste, saying the information provided by the Costa Mesa Police Department was sufficient to act now.

It's Official: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Will Be Getting Axed After Just 4 Seasons

The CW, the number one network for low budget superhero shoes and teen angst, announced on May 17th that 2018-2019 would be Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's fourth and final season. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend combines sharp, deliberate writing, a stellar cast, and an unflinching portrayal of mental illness in the musical world of West Covina, California.

CalPERS slashed pensions for 200 workers. Their boss is suing to keep his.

The first retiree to sue CalPERS after it decided to reduce pensions among a group of Southern California public employees is a former executive who's facing criminal charges alleging that he embezzled government funds. Salvador Velasquez, 79, wants to block the California Public Employees' Retirement System from wiping out his pension and demanding that he repay more than $1 million to the fund.

West Covina police seize assault rifles, handguns after traffic stop; felon arrested

The West Covina Police Department announced the arrest of a felon on suspicion of illegally possessing firearms. Photo courtesy West Covina Police Department West Covina police announced the arrest of a felon on suspicion of illegally possessing handguns and assault rifles that officers found in a SUV they stopped for a traffic code violation last week, authorities said.

Named in drug investigation, West Covina Mayor Mike Spence could be stripped of his title

After being named in a police drug investigation, West Covina Mayor Mike Spence could be stripped of his largely-ceremonial title Thursday. The City Council is set to hold a special meeting Thursday to discuss, as the agenda puts it, "office of the mayor - status/removal/appointment."

Motorcyclist killed in head-on Covina crash

The crash occurred about 8:45 p.m. Tuesday on Reeder Avenue near Puente Street, the Covina Police Department reported. The motorcycle was northbound on Reeder Avenue when it collided with a BMW headed south on Reeder Avenue, police said.

SGV Connect 21: Claudia Goytia and Tonight's Big Meeting in West Covina

Do you have strong feelings about the re-opening of the Walnut Creek Wash bike and pedestrian trail? Are you concerned about providing safe passage to school for West Covina's children? Tonight, the West Covina City Council will meet to discuss the city's proposed Active Transportation Plan. At a meeting earlier this month, the Council voted to postpone the discussion and vote on the plan after public comment tilted against its road diet proposals and concerns arose about safety along a currently-closed bike trail along the Walnut Creek Wash.

West Covina projects $8.7 million deficit next fiscal year; - B' word used

West Covina could be headed for significant financial cuts as a draft budget for the next fiscal year projects an almost $8.7 million deficit. City staff presented the budget at a special City Council meeting Monday.

West Covina mayor named in drug investigation by Costa Mesa police

Costa Mesa police are investigating an incident involving West Covina Mayor Mike Spence after officers responded earlier this month to a medical aid call at a hotel, where Spence reportedly was found unconscious along with "controlled substance items" at the scene, authorities said Monday. Police responded shortly after midnight on May 4 to a call from the 2000 block of Newport Boulevard that involved two people, one of whom was Spence, police spokeswoman Roxi Fayad said.

West Covina gets 26 years to life for 2016 ax-murder of dancer

A West Covina man who murdered a 27-year-old professional dancer with an ax and dumped his body in a remote area of Azusa Canyon was sentenced Monday to 26 years to life in prison. Phillip Von Wade , 22, pleaded no contest in April to first-degree murder in the Sept.

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