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.
Thu May 16, 2013
Former Poplar School employee faces child sexual assault allegations
After a two-year investigation, a 53-year-old man is in custody on allegations he sexually assaulted students at Poplar Avenue School in Thermalito while working there as an instructor during 2006 and 2007, authorities said Wednesday.
Tue May 14, 2013
Movie Club of Downey celebrates 5 months of stellar films
For the last few months, Movie Club of Downey has been featuring movie gems on the big screen at the Epic Lounge on 2nd Street.
Sun May 12, 2013
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Crowds, congestion predicted for cycling race Sunday
An estimated 300,000 people watched the race, called the Amgen Tour of California, when it was last in Escondido four years ago.
Sat May 11, 2013
Did legendary bandit escape SLO posses clutches?
The posse, composed of some of San Luis Obispo's leading citizens, stealthily surrounded the camp of the bandidos.
Fri May 10, 2013
Victorville Daily Press
Hesperia program builds the future one student at a time
HESPERIA The sound of live Nortena music flooded the campus of Hesperia Junior High, as families gathered to celebrate their children's academic victories Thursday night.
Road Closures in Ramona: What To Expect During Tour of California
Pro cyclists will be rolling down Main Street and racing across North County this weekend during the Amgen Tour of California.
Tue May 07, 2013
Mon May 06, 2013
Ramona Gets Hit With .36 Inches of Rain Monday
A low-pressure atmospheric system pulled rain clouds over the San Diego area from subtropic locales to the south today, bringing on- and-off showers to the region from morning into the evening hours.
Tiny Calif. Department Says 'No' to Take Over Proposal
May 06--JULIAN, Calif. -- To the outside world, this mountain hamlet in northeast San Diego County is best known for apple pie, snow during the holiday season and bed-and-breakfasts that cater to romantic flatlanders.
Fri May 03, 2013
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Cal Fire keeps county blazes under control
Facing unusually dangerous conditions for the first week in May, firefighters made aggressive aerial and ground attacks on small brush fires throughout the county Friday, quickly halting them and preventing property damage.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Desert Sun
Words of Faith: Sunday marks Greek Orthodox Easter
"Greek Easter" will be celebrated Sunday at St. George Greek Orthodox Church. Orthodox Christian Holy Week began on Sunday and ends with Easter.
Wed May 01, 2013
UC San Diego
New Plant Protein Discoveries Could Ease Global Food and Fuel Demands
Applying the new discoveries could substantially increase the productivity of crops grown for food and biofuels, such as this cornfield in England.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
2 hikers rescued from Cuyamaca Peak
Two hikers who called the sheriff's department Saturday night to report they were lost were rescued in a rugged area near Cuyamaca Peak early Sunday.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
SF Classical Voice
It doesn't exactly take insider knowledge to proclaim that the San Francisco Ballet's Cinderella - with choreography by Christopher Wheeldon, scenery and costumes by Julian Crouch , and puppetry by renowned master Basil Twist, not to mention Prokofiev's music - is likely to be a big hit.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Witch Creek Winery Wins Prestigious San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition Medals
For the sixth consecutive year, Witch Creek Winery , which has a tasting room in Julian and Carlsbad, has won the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition's Gold and Silver Medals.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
The Campbell Reporter
Stringent graduation requirements could backfire without student supports
As schools strive to prepare students for college, more districts are requiring teens to take college prep courses -- the same courses required for admission to the University of California -- in order to graduate from high school.