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|Friday, January 30, 9 p.m.|
|Saturday, January 31, 2 p.m.|
Fake checks used to purchase seven cars from local dealers
A 23-year-old El Cajon woman who managed to fraudulently purchase nearly $200,000 worth of vehicles has been arrested and faces multiple charges related to the spending spree. According to a report from Lt. Frank La ...
Ball bearings and a slingshot don't deter police dog
Sheriff's deputies arrested an El Cajon man on Monday, January 5, who reportedly called the station in order to issue death threats, promising to kill any law-enforcement officials who responded to his call. Shortly after ...
Top events and things to do in San Diego November 20-November 26
Insects and their kin are regularly featured in religious writing and iconography. While plagues of locusts might spring to mind, not all representations of insects in religion are so negative. Join Dr. Michael Wall as ...
Tilapia and ponies for unaccompanied alien children questioned
How is life for so-called unaccompanied alien children at a federally sponsored youth shelter in El Cajon? Perhaps too sweet, in the opinion of Iowa Republican senator Charles Grassley, as expressed by him in an ...
“That is lamb-shank tshreeb, like stew. It is very Iraqi. Comfort food.”
Sunday night. East Main. El Cajon. Warm, balmy, a relief from another El Cajon day. Families, older men (Chaldean, mostly) sit around in clumps on the boulevard’s benches and in Prescott Promenade Park, talking, playing ...