Tuesday, November 25, 2014



Camp Pendleton sailor receives Navy Cross for heroics
A Navy corpsman who braved a landscape “littered” with IED’s while trying to treat and recover fallen Marines has been awarded the nation's second-highest combat medal.

Santa capped robber hits Solana Beach bank
A gun-wielding man wearing a Santa cap and possibly phony whiskers robbed a North County bank Tuesday afternoon.

San Ysidro High School student recovering from meningococcal disease
A student at San Ysidro High School is recovering from meningococcal disease and may have exposed others to the bacteria, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced Tuesday.

Local protests planned in response to Ferguson grand jury announcement
Despite a call from the Brown family for supporters to keep things civil, several violent protests that included fires and looting broke out across the country on Monday night.

Evidence released sheds light on grand jury's decision
The streets of Ferguson Missouri are still filled with debris. Burned out buildings and shattered glass are all that's left after a night of violent and destructive protests.

Nurse scams Sharp Healthcare out of $300K, sentenced
Under workers' compensation benefits, all of the defendant's medical expenses were covered and she received more than $88,000 for the two years she claimed she could not work after her injury.

Ferguson, MO after the grand jury decision
A journalist from the St.Louis American explains to San Diego 6 what he saw overnight.

Woman fatally struck by 4 cars in Chula Vista
An investigation is under way Tuesday in the South Bay, where a woman died after being struck by several vehicles on a freeway, authorities said.

The Chargers hold their annual Blood Drive in Mission Valley
The 36th edition of the event begins at 10 a.m. and will include appearances by Chargers players and more!

Carlsbad man who fatally stabbed housemate charged with murder
A man accused of fatally stabbing a housemate in Carlsbad after a dispute over loud music pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity Tuesday and had his trial set for Feb. 9.