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Video of Chula Vista police officer tackling teen prompts investigation

Chula Vista officers tckle teenager to the ground and spark investigation.

A Snapchat video of a teenage girl being thrown to the ground by Chula Vista police officers has prompted an investigation. 

It happened on Wednesday, August 15 at SDG&E Park on Hilltop Drive. An officer says a teenager flashed a gang sign and when the situation escalated more officers were called in. 

City of Chula Vista declares Sept. 8 to be LGBTQ Day in the city

his was the first time that Chula Vista, the second largest city in San Diego County, has approved a proclamation to declare an LGBTQ Day in the fast-growing city.

At yesterday’s meeting of the Chula Vista Council, city officials presented a proclamation declaring Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018, to be LGBTQ Day in the city. The date coincides with the annual South Bay Pride Art & Music Festival which will be held at Chula Vista’s Bayside Park.

Man finds intruder taking shower in his home

A Chula Vista man was surprised to find someone taking a shower in his home who wasn’t supposed to be there.

The homeowner says he walked into the home around 10:20 am Sunday morning to do some pool maintenance and noticed that the air conditioning had been left on.

The house is supposed to be empty, it is in escrow and no one has lived there for a few months. 

Chula Vista has a serial dog killer on the loose

Three dogs have thus far been lost to tainted meat.

CHULA VISTA, - One South Bay neighborhood is experiencing a serial dog killer who has already claimed three victims. Police are asking for the public’s help in catching the criminal(s).

The crimes took place near the 1600 block of Calle De La Floor, police say.

There seems to be no motive in the case; the dogs had never been reported to be disruptive or troublesome.

South Bay Pride Art & Music Festival is Saturday

Pride season is San Diego County isn’t over yet! The South Bay Pride Art & Music Festival is tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 13 from noon to 10 pm and organizers say this will be the biggest one yet.

ACTION ALERT: Keep South Bay Pride free

Since its inception in 2008, South Bay Pride has been committed to maintaining as much accessibility to the community as possible and keeping the festival a free and open event is a priority.