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North County woman among many Bill Cosby accusers

A former actress and model, Tamara Green of San Diego, is one of nearly 20 women to accuse Bill Cosby of sexual assault. Read More »

Scientists use La Jolla sea urchins for cancer research

A groundbreaking cancer research project is going on right now in La Jolla. Scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography are looking at sea urchins as a way to help patients who need chemotherapy. Read More »

Two teens arrested Friday for separate online threats to Carmel Valley schools

The menacing post on the Yik Yak social-networking site included a claim that a shooting would occur just before noon. Teachers kept students locked in their classrooms while officers went through the campus. Read More »

Miramar man's stolen motorcycle recovered using phone app

Someone stole the bike and took it on a high-speed joyride from Miramar to San Ysidro, while the owner tracked the vehicle on his smartphone. Read More »

Nearly 2,500 finish 1st day of Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure

 Nearly 2,500 people participating in the annual Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure spent Friday night at Crown Point Park. The walk started Friday morning at the Del Mar Fairgrounds and ends... Read More »

Flight approaching San Diego hit twice by green laser

Skywest Airlines Flight 6639 was about eight miles from the airport around 5:30 p.m. when it was struck by two laser bursts, each lasting about one second, said Sgt. Scott Ferraioli of the San Diego Harbor Police Department. Read More »

San Diego will offer scholarships for 10,000 city employees

Under the partnership with the second largest private nonprofit university in the state, city employees may be eligible for a 15 percent scholarship and application fees waivers, according to city officials. Read More »

UC President announces immigration-related legal services to students

University of California President Janet Napolitano announced that the system with expand legal services to undocumented students to provide immigration-related legal assistance to students. Read More »

Prosecutor: Ramona man drove recklessly when he hit and seriously injured bicyclist

A Ramona man should be convicted of reckless driving for illegally passing a car on the right shoulder of state Route 67 and hitting a bicyclist, a prosecutor said Friday. Read More »

San Diego Trolley's Blue Line extension approved

When the extension is completed, the Blue Line will run from San Ysidro to Westfield UTC in the Golden Triangle. Read More »

Police, protesters announce pact for Ferguson

The agreement announced Friday spells out how protesters associated with the organizations will conduct themselves, along with conduct that police agree to abide by. Read More »

Strong wind advisory for the weekend

According to the National Weather Service, there will be strong west winds along the desert slopes and adjacent deserts Saturday afternoon through early Sunday morning. Read More »

Mild fall storm hits San Diego area

A trough of low pressure moving southeast through California brought scattered light showers to San Diego County early Friday, contributing to a greater than normal amount of traffic accidents. Read More »

San Diegans have mixed reactions to Obama's plan

The immigration advocacy group Alliance San Diego held a watch party for the president's address Thursday night at its headquarters in North Park. Read More »

Customs seize tractor-trailer smuggling 1.5 tons of pot from Mexico into U.S.

Authorities say a search of the trailer turned up 140 packages of pot weighing more than 3,300 pounds. Read More »

Local Chaldean family relieved at Obama's action on immigration

A local Chaldean family expresses relief at President Obama's executive action. It means Nesreen Daud will not be deported, at least not for now. Read More »

Study: Hookah is not a safe alternative to other forms of smoking tobacco

Nada Kassem said the results indicate that smoking hookah is no safer than other kinds of tobacco smoking -- and that regulations should reflect that reality. Read More »

'Bionic' marine to be honored at Camp Pendleton

The special operations officer was struck by sniper fire in 2012 in southern Afghanistan, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down. Read More »

A look at how FDA-approved robotic leg braces work

Marine Capt. Derek Herrera, who was paralyzed by a sniper's bullet two years ago in southern Afghanistan, is walking again thanks to a set of robotic leg braces known as the ReWalk system. Read More »

Obama spurns GOP, says focus will be 'felons, not families'

In a televised address from the White House, Obama said it doesn't make sense to round up and deport millions of people living in the country illegally. He said his plan will let them come out of the shadows, but it's not anything close to amnesty. Read More »

Unemployment rate descends in San Diego County

The October figure ties with that of May for the lowest unemployment rate in the region since June 2008, according to EDD data. Read More »

Local immigrants-rights groups applaud Obama's plan

Itzel Guillen, a San Diego State University student who entered the U.S. illegally with her family 14 years ago, told reporters that Obama's action is a step in the right direction. Read More »

Essential Oils: Hope or Hype?

While many who use them swear they are life savers, they aren’t regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. Nancy Aziz tells us the hope and the medicine surrounding essential oils. Read More »

Our political analyst looks at Obama's immigration plan

Political analyst John Dadian takes a look at President Obama's immigration plan.... Read More »

Defying GOP, Obama to spare 5M from deportation

The stakes for President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration are particularly high in California, which has the largest number of people living illegally than any other state by far. Read More »