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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
Girl nearly dies from inhaling water; mom's hunch may have saved her life

Four-year-old Elianna is happy to be home. Her mom, Lacey Grace, says a freak accident earlier this month on Saturday, April 14 made her sick.

Overturned big rig forces closures on northbound I-805 in Kearny Mesa

An overturned big rig forced closures of the far right lane of northbound Interstate 805 at Balboa Avenue in Kearny Mesa on Monday. The on-ramp and off-ramp to the freeway from Balboa Avenue were also closed, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Kitten safe after being stuck in tree for days then jumping

A kitten stuck in a 40 foot palm tree since Monday is finally safe after leaping out of the tall tree. The female cat was, fortunately, able to land on the palm fronds that had just been cut off from the tree.

La Jolla Band tribal member arrested for embezzlement

A woman was arrested on suspicion of embezzling $68,000 from the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians on Thursday. A woman was arrested on suspicion of embezzling $68,000 from the La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians on Thursday.

Outrage after police issue parking tickets to mourners honoring fallen Marine

Residents lined the streets as the funeral procession for Gunnery Sgt. Derik Holley arrived at the Clairemont Mortuary.

Lawsuit filed to kick SDSU West stadium proposal off the November ballot

Backers of the SoccerCity proposal to redevelop the former Qualcomm stadium site filed a lawsuit Wednesday in hopes of kicking off the ballot the rival SDSU West initiative, which it claims violates state law. Filed in San Diego Superior Court, the suit claims the SDSU West proposal and the group backing it, Friends of SDSU, misused the San Diego State University name and earned a place on the ballot by "cynically tricking voters into signing the petition."

San Diego adjusting dozens of fees, including end of library overdue fines

A San Diego City Council committee on Wednesday unanimously approved a proposal to increase - and decrease - dozens of city fees and fines, including the elimination of library fines for overdue materials. Every three years, the city reviews the more than 300 fees and fines it charges to ensure they are fair and to comply with a voter-approved state law that limits what governments can charge to the actual cost of the services they provide.

Kura Oncology (KURA) Rating Lowered to Hold at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Kura Oncology, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company. The company is involved in the discovery and development of therapeutics for the treatment of tumors and blood cancers.

Parking tickets given to mourners of fallen Marine

SAN DIEGO With heavy hearts and American flags, San Diegans gathered to pay their respects as they lined a funeral procession to honor Sergeant Derik Holley. As the procession ended, many people who showed up to salute Sgt.

Woman struck and killed by armored truck in La Jolla

A 30-year-old woman was struck by an armored truck and killed Tuesday in the parking lot of a La Jolla shopping center. The collision was reported just after 5 p.m. at the La Jolla Village Square in the 8600 block of Villa La Jolla, according to San Diego police Officer John Buttle.

The story behind San Diego's latest rare killer whale sighting

Domenic Biagini loves his job as a professional photographer for a whale and dolphin watching tour company so much that he spends most of his days off out watching for marine life with his own boat too. That's how he was able to witness the orca sighting of a lifetime Saturday off the coast of San Diego, which he captured in this incredible video that's making its way around the internet.

LJHS Teen Holding Onto Life After Crash Cuts Coachella Trip Short

Eva Cerciello's son was in a coma after an eerily similar crash four years before her daughter crashed on the way to Coachella more than a week ago. She is still in a coma.

San Diego may change term-limit rules for council members

San Diego officials may ask voters to eliminate a term limits loophole that allows some City Council members to serve longer than the eight-year maximum that voters approved in 1992. If the proposed change was already in place, Councilwoman Lorie Zapf would not be eligible for the third consecutive four-year council term she is seeking this year.

San Diego councilman proposes program to curb illegal dumping

He is proposing a program that would reward individuals who report those who illegally dispose of items like mattresses or appliances. News 8 visited a spot at Genesee Avenue and Marlesta Drive known for illegal dumping.

'What Happens Next' brings veterans' stories to La Jolla Playhouse's WoW series

The cast of La Jolla Playhouse's "What Happens Next," from left: Nick Borelli, Judy Bauerlein, Hannah Logan, Francisco Martinezcuello, Nico Marcolongo, Jeannie McFarling, Kionte Storey and Bruce A. Lemon, Jr. The cast of La Jolla Playhouse's "What Happens Next," from left: Nick Borelli, Judy Bauerlein, Hannah Logan, Francisco Martinezcuello, Nico Marcolongo, Jeannie McFarling, Kionte Storey and Bruce A. Lemon, Jr. Over its nearly decade-long history, the Without Walls series - La Jolla Playhouse's ongoing showcase for boundary-busting modes of performance - has hopscotched from a botanical garden to a martini bar to a beach to the insides of both cars and elevators.

UC San Diego Falls in Four Sets at No. 9 CSUN Ahead of Senior Night Saturday

UC San Diego dropped a four-set decision at The Matadome to No. 9 CSUN on Friday night.

Alex Eliopulos Drives in All Three Runs and Walks It Off as Tritons...

UC San Diego rallied from a 2-0 deficit and walked off a 3-2 winner in the ninth over visiting Stanislaus State in the opener of a critical four-game California Collegiate Athletic Association series Friday night at Triton Ballpark. Redshirt junior third baseman Alex Eliopulos drove in all three Triton runs to retake the team and league lead with 45 RBI now on the season.

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