Two suspects charged in brutal City Heights murder

SAN DIEGO – Two people already jailed on unrelated charges were booked Thursday on suspicion of taking part in an assault that left a woman fatally injured underneath an abandoned car in a City Heights alley last month. Christina Daniel, 32, is expected to face a murder count and Marco Antonio Gutierrez, 29, charges of assault and hit-and-run in connection…

Controversial speaker linking SDSU students to terrorism appears on campus

SDSU – A controversial speaker accused of calling some SDSU students terrorists, gave a speech on Thursday evening. It was peaceful at the San Diego State Student Union where conservative speaker, David Horowitz spoke.  Even though there were no protestors, there was a lot of security, police and campus officers at the event. “I’ve had to bring body guards to…

Aircrafts help fight mock fires in wildfire preparation and awareness activities

1/3 2/3 3/3   CAMP PENDLETON – Military and civilian firefighters took part in a wildfire training exercise at Camp Pendleton Thursday. Helicopters including the Marine’s MV-22 Osprey practiced picking up water from Las Pulgas Lake on the northern part of the base and dropping it on a fake fire. Firefighters on the ground also took part, as they would…

Daily Dose: Beyonce Takes on Wellness World, Again

Tune in every weekday at 4pm for your Daily Dose with Neda Iranpour ONLY on CW 6 San Diego.

Stories from Thursday (5/5/2016) include: Exercise can overcome air pollution problems. Beyonce invests in another wellness product. And, tattoo artist gets real natural with her stencils.  

Political Corner: Republicans Divided & Clinton on the Attack

Tune into CW6 San Diego Every Thursday for the Week's Political Wrap-Up

Local political analysts Laura Fink and Wendy Patrick sound off on this week’s election news. CW6 Evening Anchor Neda Iranpour asks them what the Republican party should do now that Donald Trump is the last man standing. How will a divided party find unity? Also, will Trump-haters turn to Hillary Clinton, especially after her latest attack ad? Watch the lively conversation in…

Holocaust survivor: His chilling and horrific story of perserverance

ENCINITAS – Remembrances across the country as victims and survivors of the holocaust are honored.  In Washington D.C. at the Holocaust Memorial Museum, people are commemorating the event over several days with themes and history lessons. In San Diego’s North County, Charles Van Kessler says he vividly remembers the day his father was snatched away by Nazi soldiers. For him it began a downward life spiral. …

Mother-daughter duo raise assistance dogs

SAN DIEGO – As is typically the case with volunteering, you sign up to give back and do something good for the community – but you personally end up getting so much more out of it. Indeed the case for a mom and daughter raising puppies. The Golden Retriever/Labrador mix named Taz is the 9th aspiring assistance dog that the…