Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Loud fans urge task force to keep Bolts in San Diego
Adam Day, chairman of the Citizens' Stadium Advisory Group, said plans for a new field had been considered for years amid recession, plummeting real estate values and the city's pension crisis, but a viable plan had yet to come about.
Latest rainstorm brings San Diego County good, and not so good news
Latest rainstorm brings good, and not so good news. It will help a little with the drought, but will also lead to more fuels for wildfires.
Restored streetcar unveiled in downtown San Diego
It's the second vintage trolley car that will operate on the 2.7-mile-long Silver Line, which hits many of the key downtown attractions.
Old Fallbrook church needs help to fix roof
The church's biggest problem now is its leaky roof. It's too steep for parishioners to fix themselves, and they can't afford the $60,000 price tag to pay someone to fix it either.
Rain, snow continue to fall in San Diego
Chains are required in some of the mountain areas of San Diego County including Palomar Mountain.
23-year-old killed after slamming into back of big rig
The victim, who was driving a maroon 2003 Saturn Ion, was pronounced dead at the scene, the CHP reported in a statement.
Teacher hangs herself in Southern Calif. classroom
The students and another teacher got her down to the floor and called 911 about 8:40 a.m., according to Orange County Fire Authority Capt. Steve Concialdi.
Goldman Sachs to finance Chargers' move to Los Angeles
The investment banking firm will also pay for any renovations needed at a temporary playing facility, according to the article, which cited unnamed sources.
LAPD investigating shooting of homeless man
Beck also said officers who approached the man, identified only as "Africa," acted "compassionately" toward him until he began reaching for the weapon.
Calif. court: Residency restrictions in Jessica's Law unconstitutional
California's Supreme Court says the state cannot prohibit all registered sex offenders in San Diego County from living within 2,000 feet of a school or park.