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2 people dead after shooting in Point Loma; suspect believed to be their son

Police arrested the suspect believed to be the son of the victims. Read More »

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Elevated surf, strong rip currents along San Diego coastline

The highest surf will be south of La Jolla, the National Weather Service said. Read More »

CHP nets 23 DUI arrests on San Diego County highways and freeways

The CHP tallies do not include DUI arrests made on city streets and other roadways not patrolled by the state agency. Read More »

Mall opens hours earlier than in previous years

We've all become accustomed to Black Friday shopping... the crowds, deep discounts and midnight openings. But, it seems midnight is just not good enough for some stores anymore. Read More »

Body found in Julian identified as Sally Estabrook

The Medical Examiner's office must still identify the body and determine the cause of death. Read More »

Ferguson pauses to give thanks on Thanksgiving

Protesters in Ferguson pressed pause Thursday to observe Thanksgiving, decorating boarded-up storefronts at times with Dr. Seuss quotes and gathering for church services and turkey giveaways . Read More »

2nd night of San Diego demonstrations

A couple hundred San Diego residents joined for a second night of protests Wednesday. Read More »

Drunken driver rams into police car, injuring officer

The officer was checking out a report of a domestic violence incident in the vicinity Vermont Avenue and Escondido Boulevard around 4:15 a.m. Read More »

Del Mar hosts puppy race to benefit the Helen Woodward Animal Center

Prior to a special thrilling holiday race card, Del Mar Thoroughbred Club hosted a Puppy Races Rescue Run and a Family Fun Run to benefit the Helen Woodward Animal Center. Read More »

Car crashes into transformer; thousands lose power in Chula Vista

A driver crashed into a power transformer in Chula Vista, which knocked out electrical service to thousands of area homes and businesses, authorities said. Read More »

Del Mar pulls out all the stops for the Bing Crosby season's final weekend

Del Mar pulls out all the stops during the closing weekend of its Bing Crosby season. San Diego 6's Laura Cavanaugh reports. Read More »

Police search for man who robbed La Jolla bank

The suspect passed a demand note to a teller at the Wells Fargo Bank, 7544 Girard Ave., shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday and fled with an undisclosed amount, San Diego police Officer Dan Lasher said. Read More »

Obama's action fuels worry about immigration scams

Advocacy groups barely waited for President Barack Obama to finish speaking about sweeping changes to the U.S. immigration system to start warning about scams. Read More »

Vehicle fire injures man at Kearny Mesa gas station

The unidentified man was taken to the burn center at UC San Diego Medical Center with burns to around 40 percent of his body, SDFRD spokesman Lee Swanson said. Read More »

Fire engulfs car, spreads to Ocean Beach home

Investigators are still trying to determine what caused the fire. Read More »

Protesters block I-5 in San Diego; motorists furious

The group held signs objecting to a Missouri grand jury's decision not to charge Officer Darren Wilson in the Aug. 9 shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown Read More »

Street racing in Chula Vista ends in crash; 1 driver in hospital, other arrested

A young woman and a man were reportedly street racing on H Street in Chula Vista when the woman's Hyundai lost control, crashed and wrapped around a tree, trapping the driver inside. San Diego 6's Laura Cavanaugh reports. Read More »

San Diego man indicted for hash-oil explosion

According to court records, the explosion occurred due to an illicit "butane honey oil" lab operating at the marijuana dispensary. Read More »

SDFD knocks down fire at University Avenue building

A two-alarm blaze broke out Wednesday afternoon at an abandoned El Cerrito-area warehouse, but no one was hurt. Read More »

San Diego assemblywoman plans to require better holiday pay

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez announced Wednesday that she plans to introduce legislation to require companies to pay double-time to employees who have to work on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Read More »

Hells Angels member arrested for allegedly running down Oceanside pedestrian

A Hells Angels member on federal probation was behind bars Wednesday for allegedly running down a pedestrian following a confrontation outside an Oceanside bar. Read More »

D.A. warns against fake IRS calls

"There is a warrant for your arrest," some victims are told, or "police are coming to your residence." Read More »

Nearly 200 arrests made in LA protests

In all, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck said, 192 arrests: 167 for disturbing the peace; nine for blocking the southbound 101 Freeway; 15 juveniles for curfew violations; and one for felony battery on a peace officer. Read More »

San Diego woman pleads guilty to bizarre "rape prank"

Prosecutors say Kathy Rowe posed as the wife in online ads inviting strange men over to the couple's home for sex and describing scenarios of a rape fantasy to those who responded. Read More »