Content for Monday, March 25, 2013
- Prosecutor: Marine admitted killing in his handwritten journal
- Monkey see, monkey brew: Center City’s Monkey Paw
- Jury favored acquittal for Fallbrook man accused in death of toddler
- Owners of dogs that killed housecleaner will not be charged
- Rez Abbasi Trio: March 31
- Faulconer returns with new ordinance banning oversized vehicles and trailers on City streets
- Hollywood 'wiggers'
- City ethics commission won't release Maas investigation documents
- Florida Gulf Coast University sends crate of glass slippers to defeated SDSU men's basketball team
- Hot time in the old vice district this Wednesday
- Over 10 tons of drugs seized in Baja California Sur
- Smart vs. Dumb Growth
- Former mayor sues Escondido over alleged misappropriation of funds
- Weinstein Company announces plan to distribute Salinger doc
- Assassins at Cygnet Theatre
- Las Morelianas Carnitas Estilo Michoacan
- Mayor Filner's Special Events Committee collects cash to pay down State of the City and Inaugural Events
- Musician murdered in guitar shop robbery
- Encinitas gas station robber Tasered, arrested
News & Stories
Missed chance at defending title
The Ladies Professional Golf Association’s four-day tournament began March 21 at Aviara Golf Club in Carlsbad without one of its top players: defending champion Yani Tseng. The 24-year-old Taiwan native has earned more than $9 ...
New building to welcome new franchises
With Encinitas’ 4.8-million-dollar rehabilitation of Moonlight Beach and its facilities expected to open in just a few months, one of the final tasks is to choose a concessionaire to operate the food stand and beach-equipment ...
Summertime's when the Rockies shine.
Incorporated in 1962, the five-square-mile town of Vail, Colorado, was named for Charles Vail, the engineer who, in 1940, routed the highway that eventually became I-70 through the valley. It’s 100 miles west of mile-high ...