Saturday, August 29, 2015



Shark Sighting Closes Waters Off La Jolla
At approximately 1:00 PM, Lifeguards received a report of a large hammerhead shark showing aggressive behavior to a group of swimmers and kayakers off La Jolla Shores.

Cutting back on your power use can save you money
Another blazing hot day in San Diego has prompted SDG&E to ask people to cut back on their power use.

The Book Truck Prepares to Visit Area Neighborhoods
A well-known publisher based in Chula Vista is preparing to unveil a new project this weekend to help many area families read more books.

New Commanding Officer at MCAS Miramar
New leadership began Friday at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.

Heat wave hits: Temps, 5-10 degrees above average, peak Friday
A National Weather Service heat advisory is set to take effect in San Diego County at noon and extend until 6 p.m.

Amtrak train strikes truck on tracks near Mission Hills
Fire officials say an Amtrak train crashed into a truck that was on railroad tracks in San Diego but the driver was able to jump out in time and there were no injuries.

Man found dead along Chula Vista road was 17-year-old hit and run victim
A jogger alerted police to the discovery off Heritage Road, just south of the Sleep Train Amphitheater, shortly after 7 a.m. Thursday

North County school evacuated after false bomb claims
An unidentified caller's bogus claim that bombs had been planted at a North County intermediary school Friday prompted authorities to evacuate the campus and search it.

Sweetwater Valley Little League ends World Series run
After an amazing final game, the team has everything to be proud of. After all, they are one of the best Little League baseball teams in the nation.

Parolee admits to animal cruelty, will serve 7 years for killing mother's dog
Francisco Villegas, 32, pleaded guilty last week to animal cruelty in the death of the miniature poodle named Lex.