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Labor Day DUI enforcement out in full force

Law enforcement officers will be out in force Friday and throughout the holiday weekend in search of drunken drivers and other traffic scofflaws. Read More »

Devastating fire destroys popular National City restaurant

Just two months ago, a man was fatally shot at the Rincon Del Mar restaurant during a World Cup viewing party. Read More »

Drunken man hit by car near Qualcomm Stadium during Chargers game

The pedestrian was walking across the 9200 block of Friars Road near Fenton Parkway shortly before 9 p.m., when he was hit. Read More »

Marine struck by hit-and-run driver in Oceanside has died

Bizzaro was unable to stop and crashed into the truck, police Sgt. Ignacio Lopez said. Garcia then fled, police said. Read More »

Dangerous surf from Hurricane Marie weakens Friday

A National Weather Service beach hazards statement for the county's coastal areas is set to remain in effect through 8 p.m. Read More »

Actor Steve Martin, singer Edie Brickell talk about their new play "Bright Star"

Actor Steve Martin will be here in San Diego for quite awhile as he gets ready for the world premiere of his musical, "Bright Star." Read More »

2 men behind bars linked to Lakeside homicide

The victim was fatally shot on Feb. 11, 2008, as he walked in the 12200 block of Woodside Avenue near Shamrock Lane, according to sheriff's officials. Read More »

Rady Children’s Hospital patients go for swim with dolphins

It’s amazing what a few dolphins can do for a child's spirit. Several local kids with life-threatening illnesses, who were treated at Rady Children's Hospital got a chance to dive right in with the dolphins at SeaWorld. Read More »

New proposal for taxi permits

Councilwoman Marti Emerald Thursday proposed removing a cap on the number of taxicab permits issued by the city, in order to ease working conditions for drivers and improve public safety. Read More »

7 veterans who fought in battle for Midway Island honored aboard USS Midway Museum

As the USS Midway Museum celebrates its tenth anniversary in San Diego, 7 vets who fought in the pivotal battle for Midway Island are honored on board the ship. Read More »

Last preseason game of 2014

n the last preseason game of 2014 the Chargers beat the Cardinals 12-9. Read More »

UCSD, Tijuana-based school sign deal to increase collaboration

UC San Diego announced Thursday that it has signed a five-year deal with a Tijuana-based university to increase collaboration and exchanges between students and faculty. Read More »

Galapagos tortoise moved from San Diego Zoo

A tortoise that lived at the San Diego Zoo since the early 1980s and could be about 100 years old was sent to a similar facility in Toledo this week, zoo officials announced Thursday. Read More »

Fire at limo business in Midway area leaves man injured, kills cat

A fire at a limousine-services agency in the Midway area Thursday afternoon left a man injured and killed a cat, authorities reported. Read More »

Man who shot neighbor in Mountain View pleads guilty to manslaughter

A man who shot a neighbor outside their Mountain View apartment complex nearly two years ago pleaded guilty Thursday to voluntary manslaughter. Read More »

Repeat DUI offender pleads guilty in alcohol-related crash that killed his father

Marciano Flores Jr., 28, will be sentenced on Sept. 25 to 18 years and four months in prison. Read More »

3rd straight day of dangerous surf headed to coastline

A National Weather Service beach hazards statement for the county's coastal areas is set to remain in effect through 1 a.m. Friday. Read More »

Chargers season home opener against Seahawks sold out

The only other way to attend is to purchase a suite, and very few of those remain, according to the Chargers. Read More »

SDG&E warns about phone scam that claims to represent the utility

Scammers are contacting customers by phone and threatening to turn off electric or gas service unless immediate payment is made, according to SDG&E. Read More »

8-hour standoff in Vista ends with 1 in custody

The 41-year-old man had allegedly threatened workers at an apartment complex with weapons. Read More »

MCAS Miramar gets visit from Chargers

Marines, sailors and their families get a rare opportunity to meet, get autographs and even play with the San Diego Chargers. This was all part of the team’s heartfelt ‘thank you’ to the men and women in the military. Read More »

Pediatric nurse accused of child molestation

A College-area man was charged in federal court today with sexually exploiting a child after FBI agents found videos and photographs of him repeatedly molesting a 2-month-old foster baby placed in his care. Read More »

High surf heads to California coast

Beaches across the California coast are seeing above average surf as tropical storm Marie gets closer. Read More »

Experts discuss status of Ebola outbreak in Africa, work being done in San Diego to cure virus

Sobering assessments delivered Wednesday afternoon by a panel of experts at Scripps Research Institute about the current Ebola outbreak in western Africa. The audience also heard how San Diego is the worldwide leader in finding a cure for the deadly virus. Read More »

"Historic" settlement would allow some improperly deported migrants to return

Some migrants who were deported to Mexico under a controversial procedure could be allowed to return to the U.S. under a class-action settlement announced Wednesday between the Department of Homeland Security and civil rights groups. Read More »