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Mexican judge orders release of jailed U.S. Marine

Andrew Tahmooressi, 26, was due to be processed for release immediately, according to various broadcast reports. Read More »

San Carlos man is county's 2nd West Nile virus death

The unidentified man was admitted to a hospital Oct. 9 with a fever, headache and weakness, according to the county Health and Human Services Agency. He died Oct. 28. Read More »

Safe Halloween events held throughout San Diego County

For the younger set, the county of San Diego will host community festivals at community centers in Fallbrook, Lakeside and Spring Valley. The events will include safe trick-or-treating, games and contests. Read More »

Biggest Pacific storm of rain season will cool down trick-or-treaters

Though there is a slight chance of light rain Friday night, showers are most likely to occur in the region early Saturday morning. Read More »

Vista woman stabbed in bathroom by 'Grim Reaper'

The stabbing at 1904 Thibodo Road was reported at 1:50 a.m., Read More »

1 person killed in SpaceShipTwo 'anomaly'

"During the test, the [SpaceShipTwo] suffered a serious anomaly resulting in the loss of the vehicle," the Virgin Galactic said in a statement. Read More »

12 SD County schools get edible garden grants

Each school received $1,500, plus seeds and other materials. The grants were made possible through a USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant administered through California Department of Food and Agriculture. Read More »

DEH sets traps for new mosquito in Chula Vista

"It (the Aedes aegypti mosquito) loves to live with humans," said Chris Conlan of the DEH. "It might hitch a ride home with you." Read More »

$13.5M awarded to child sex-abuse victim Jehovah's Witness case

A multi-million dollar award has been announced in a child sex abuse case. The abuse happened more than 25 years ago, but didn't come to light until recently. Read More »

Mental competency test ordered for woman who allegedly drove into cyclists

Theresa Owens' attorney expressed doubt regarding her mental competency and requested an examination by a court-appointed psychiatrist. Read More »

SWAT dispatched to East County apartment

A SWAT team was dispatched Friday to an East County apartment complex, where a suspect in a domestic dispute was believed to be holed up, authorities reported. Read More »

Report: SD County economic indicators highest level in 7 years

The monthly hike was led by improving jobs data and the outlook for the national economy. Local stock prices were also better, USD Professor Alan Gin said. Read More »

Ebola update: No quarantine for Kaci Hickcox

A Maine judge on Friday ruled that state health officials failed to prove the need for an order enforcing an Ebola quarantine for nurse Kaci Hickox Read More »

Day care operator arrested on suspicion of murdering 11-month-old boy

38-year-old James Patrick Nemeth was taken into custody Thursday accused in the death of Louis Michael Oliver. Read More »

Poway karate studio owner to be sentenced for sex with child

Josh Thomas Churchill, 32, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to charges including lewd act on a child. Read More »

Why some say the Whaley House is America's most haunted

There's a subculture beyond our surf culture that considers San Diego a haven for the supernatural. Read More »

How San Diego's bank robbers get those quirky names

Part of the FBI's strategy to catch these robbers is find quirky names, such as "The Geezer Bandit," to help people remember them. Read More »

Man stops in San Diego on his 11,500-mile run

A real-life Forrest Gump is in San Diego for a couple of days, and will soon resume his run to Buenos Aires! Read More »

NASSCO building ship to detect underwater mines

San Diego 6 reporter Tabitha Lipkin takes viewers to the NASSCO shipyard, where another ship is being built for the U.S. Navy. Read More »

Overturned crane blocking NB I-5 at San Clemente may go overnight

The northbound truck carrying the crane crashed into a center divider, sending concrete from it into two lanes on the southbound side, slowing traffic there until lanes were cleared this afternoon, California Highway Patrol Officer John Latosquin said. ' Read More »

More yellow fever-carrying skeeters found in Chula Vista

The distinctive mosquitoes, which are black with white stripes, were first found at Naval Base San Diego. They differ from other Southern California mosquitoes by feeding during the daytime and feeding indoors, according to the DEH. Read More »

Murrieta's ex-mayor charged with felony DUI

Prosecutors say the 44-year-old was arrested at the scene two weeks ago after his pickup truck rear-ended the girls' car. They say his blood alcohol content the night of the crash was 0.08 percent. Read More »

3 San Diegans being monitored for Ebola

The United States is planning to help fight Ebola over the long haul, but it may have already reached San Diego county. For the first time ever, three locals are being monitored. Read More »

Sea lion found stuck with gaff pole in La Jolla dies

The wound from the pole -- which has a hook on one end and is used for fishing -- caused a significant infection and necrosis, or the death of surrounding tissue, according to officials. Read More »

'Treated like cattle': Yazidi women sold, raped, enslaved by ISIS

"They have been subjected to physical and sexual violence, including systematic rape and sex slavery. They've been exposed in markets in Mosul and in Raqqa, Syria, carrying price tags." explained Nazand Begikhani, a Kurdistan Regional Government adviser Read More »