29 min ago
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Driver pleads not guilty in bridge road-rage
Phillip Michael Eggers, 24, of El Cajon, faces two counts of assault with a deadly weapon - a car - and one count of child endangerment.
4 hrs ago
NBC San Diego
SeaWorld Aquatica Opening Soon
Tassie's Twister is just one of many exciting slides and rides at Aquatica SeaWorld's Waterpark, opening June 1, 2013.
5 hrs ago
Milpitas hires public works head, attorney
City of Milpitas welcomed two new employees last week to run its public works and engineering department, and assist as a leading attorney within its legal wing.
20 hrs ago
NBC San Diego
San Diego Schools Trustee Barrera To Lead Labor Council
Four of five San Diego Unified School District candidates at this year's Politifest debate.
Mon May 20, 2013
San Diego Magazine
Monday Morning Good News: May 20
Planned Parenthood held its 50th Anniversary Dinner on May 9 at the Hilton Bayfront Hotel.
Sun May 19, 2013
San Diego NewsCape
Free Summer Movies In The Park Are Back
Get ready to shake out that picnic blanket and dust off your favorite lawn chairs.
SUMMER 2013: Lots in store for Memorial Day weekend
Theme park visitors have some tough decisions to make on Memorial Day weekend if they want to be first on their block to see this summer's new attractions.
Ceremony brings comfort to community
One of the most positive actions, even laudable, is the joining of two or maybe three organizations within the community for the purpose of doing something for the public good.
Suspect admits attacking attorney
A Chula Vista man who sliced the face of his attorney during his Dec. 13 trial pleaded guilty Tuesday to aggravated mayhem and faces 20 years to life in prison - which would be added towards two other sentences.
Killer roommate is sentenced
A National City man who killed his roommate after he made a disparaging remark was sentenced May 8 to 24 years in state prison.
Going to Kenya one pancake at a time
Two weeks ago there was a letter to our editor from a woman in San Diego who castigated and vilified the Chula Vista Police Department.
Fri May 17, 2013
First denied, Chula Vista boy, 6, allowed to sing about God at talent show
Austin's mother, Amanda Stroberg, said that after the boy auditioned for the talent show, she received an e-mail from school administrators indicating that although they were pleased with Austin's performance, he would not be allowed to perform the song if the song had any religious implications.
Thu May 16, 2013
NBC San Diego
Mom Left Kids in Car to Shop: Cops
A mother was caught leaving two children under 5 in a running car while she went shopping in an Eastlake store.
Tue May 14, 2013
Whittier Daily News
Spring heat wave bakes Southern California, relief forecast for today
Temperatures around the region have topped 100 in some areas Monday and readings in the upper 90s are widespread elsewhere.
Mon May 13, 2013
Plant could delay major Caltrans project
A battle is brewing between Caltrans and a South Bay property owner. Chula Vista property owner Mark San Agustin said the state seized his 4.5 acres along East Palomar Street through eminent domain so that Caltrans can build a new transit station and park-and-ride along Interstate 805.
KFMB-TV San Diego
Fire crews on scene of fire in Bonita
SAN DIEGO A brush fire next to Plaza Bonita is sending large plumes of smoke into the air Monday afternoon.
Playmate of the year wins F-Type
There's only one thing nicer than a Jaguar F-Type to look at over your first cup of coffee on a Monday morning - a Jaguar F-Type being lovingly stroked by a gorgeous young lady.
Sat May 11, 2013
Chula Vista Takes First Place at 'Battle of the Mariachis'
Under warm blue skies on Saturday, the " Battle of The Mariachis " started at 11 a.m. Mission San Juan Capistrano Executive Director Mechelle Lawrence Adams offered the welcome and ntroductions.
Q: Why are you running for assembly district 80? We have very, very high unemployment, higher than the rest of the region.
The musically inclined elders over the age of 55 travel to three local senior homes once a month to belt out tunes from the 1930s, '40s and '50s. Each month, Singin' Seniors serenade the folks at Canterbury Court Senior Apartments in Chula Vista, Friendship Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in National City and an Alzheimer's care facility in ... (more)