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Two-day cycling event drums up cash for local cancer research

A local cycling event coming up later this month aims to replace hundreds of thousands of dollars for cancer research ...

Winner awarded in Port's inaugural photo contest

The Port of San Diego recently awarded San Diegan CiCi Sayer top prize in its first “Port for All” photography ...

Found: Missing boy sought in Santee

Edit, 12:05 a.m. - Cheyssial has been found along the 3300 block of Harbor Drive downtown and will be returned ...

California taxpayers spend $717M annually subsidizing benefits for fast food workers, new report claims

Workers use report release as opportunity to repeat call for higher wages

A host of activists gathered this afternoon (October 15) outside a Mission Valley McDonald’s restaurant touting the release of a ...

El Cajon man caught burgling vehicle in Walmart parking lot

31 year-old Lance Rodgers of El Cajon was caught burglarizing a vehicle outside the Grossmont Center Walmart store in La ...

County funds new access point to Otay Valley Regional Park

Local officials including County Supervisor Greg Cox and interim Mayor Todd Gloria gathered in Chula Vista over the weekend for ...

Shots fired, two arrested in El Cajon brawl

Two arrests were made related to a gang fight and shooting in eastern El Cajon that occurred Friday night (October ...

La Jolla hotel burglar still fighting for new trial

Thief was sentenced to 38 years in 2006

Seven years after being sentenced to prison for a series of La Jolla hotel burglaries, Donald McNeely is fighting for ...

Hueso-backed bill expands research into viability of water recycling

California Senate Bill 322, sponsored by state Senator Ben Hueso, was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown this week. ...

Woman sues city after falling off Ocean Beach seawall

Ocean Beach resident Nichole Gideon has filed a lawsuit against the City of San Diego following the denial of a ...

El Cajon man shoots teenage burglary suspect

A 75-year-old El Cajon resident shot and wounded a burglary suspect while on the phone with police Monday morning (October ...

Bittersweet ending to health care battle

Patient wins own case for access to nurses, but no precedent for others set

After a lengthy battle with California’s Department of Health Care Services dating back to 2010, Chula Vista resident and muscular ...

Fourteen arrested on outstanding warrants

A warrant sweep for individuals failing to make their court appearances on Friday (October 4) resulted in 14 arrests in ...

Urban Corps gets Carlsbad power washing contract

Group will clean streets three times weekly for the cost of private contractor's semi-annual visits

A new partnership with the Urban Corps of San Diego County will lead to much more frequent pressure washing of ...

Operator of marijuana collectives sues lawyer who helped set them up

Counsel allegedly assured owner of two pot shops that federal agents would leave him alone

Ronnie Chang, a medical marijuana dispensary operator, has sued his former lawyer Jeff Lake in state court, claiming that Lake ...

Suspected sexual predator arrested

Evidence gathered from cell phones seized in 2012 prostitution raid

A 70-year-old man was arrested near La Jolla Tuesday (October 1) as part of a prostitution sting operation dating back ...

Peters, DeMaio posturing around government shutdown

Election remains more than a year out

Lest any constituents of California’s 52nd Congressional district forget that there’s an election just 13 months away, Scott Peters, the ...

State officials, local politicos roll out Covered California state health care exchange

Despite the federal government shutdown triggered by an argument over funding for the Affordable Care Act, popularly dubbed Obamacare, California ...

Poverty level likely higher than official Census estimates

Study shows cost-of-living-adjusted rate would be 50% higher than official San Diego estimates

New data from the Public Policy Institute of California suggests that 8.1 million Californians, or 22 percent of the state’s ...

Settlement reached in lengthy fight over Santee mobile home rents

Following nearly 17 years of litigation, the City of Santee has announced an agreement regarding rent controls with the owners ...

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