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7 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
The City Council will still get a chance to approve the proposal early next year because the commission is only an advisory panel with no decision-making power.
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11 hrs ago | NBC San Diego
More than 100 local law enforcement officers and deputies joined in a caravan to bring teddy bears and stuffed animals to young patients at Rady Children's Hospital during the 23rd Annual San Diego Regional Law Enforcement Teddy Bear Drive.
15 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Richard Tuite smiles at his attorney Brad Patton after a verdict of not guilty was read Friday morning.
One of the jurors involved in the acquittal of Richard Tuite, a mentally-ill transient who spent eight years behind bars for the 1998 slaying of an Escondido girl, said serving on the retrial jury was a "tremendous burden" due to how many lives were impacted by the complicated case.
AM 760's annual Warrior Foundation Radiothon kicked off Friday morning with "Armstrong & Getty" and the "Give Me 5" campaign.
Fewer downtown San Diego homeless people than expected sought services at a one-day resource fair Wednesday in which they were given food, clothing and provided with social services.
92950. The scope of work by Consolidated Contracting included complete renovation of an existing 10,413-square-foot building and construction of a 3,883-square-foot addition.
Four of the council's five members said they continue to oppose the switch, but said the boundaries created by an independent commission this fall appear to have made the best out of a bad situation.
NASA has selected four California companies to perform facility construction and modifications at the agency's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif.
When NOW travelled to Escondido, California, to talk to the Kids in the Hall, the edgy sketch troupe was getting back together after going their separate ways five years earlier .
A young man accused of stabbing a 67-year-old man in Vista in what authorities described as two random attacks pleaded not guilty to charges Wednesday.
Lifeguards received a distress call after 11 a.m. Wednesday about a fishing boat in distress about a mile and half off the coast.
A special response team from the National Guard flew in on Blackhawk helicopters to work with several San Diego rescue agencies and the hospital.