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Medical Examiner’s Office Identifies Man Killed on 805
Officials have identified a man killed in a crash on Interstate 805 earlier this week. The crash happened around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday on I-805 near Bonita Road. The man, 55-year-old Victor Hugo Becerra Guevara, was driving north on the freeway in his Nissan pickup when he was struck by another vehicle
Freeway pedestrian killed in fatal hit-and-run crash in National City identified
A freeway pedestrian who was fatally struck in an apparent hit-and-run crash earlier this month was identified Friday as a 57-year-old San Diego resident. Shawn Gilbert Priddy was walking on westbound state Route 54 near Interstate 805 in National City about 10:20 p.m. on Dec. 2 when he was struck b
San Diego Migrant-Aid Leader Rips Border Patrol Over Death of Guatemalan Girl
The head of San Diego-based Border Angels on Saturday decried the dehydration death of Jackeline Caal, the Guatemalan girl in Border Patrol custody. Overseeing the latest “Caravan of Love” to aid migrants in Tijuana, Enrique Morones said: “Two weeks ago, the Border Patrol tear-gassed children at the
Authorities ID Man Killed in Twin Oaks Valley Solo Crash
Officials have identified a man killed in a single- vehicle crash in San Marcos last week. Renato Uclaray, 61, was found in the early morning hours of Dec. 6 in his badly damaged car on North Twin Oaks Valley Road near La Cienega Road, according to the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Could you deal with a commute from Tijuana every day?
It’s 9:30 a.m. Friday in the Mexican city of Tijuana and Bob Morris is walking out of his two-story green apartment complex to begin his commute to the United States. The 66-year-old American, wearing a black suit, blue shirt, Nike sneakers and a small backpack, hops over puddles from the previous n
Man Arrested in Fallbrook Sting, Suspected of Furnishing Alcohol to Minor
A 28-year-old man was busted in Fallbrook for agreeing to purchase alcohol for a minor, authorities said Saturday. The man was arrested Friday night in a so-called “Shoulder Tap” operation and was the only one out of 20 adults asked by a minor decoy working with deputies who agreed to purchase alcoh
2 San Diego County Residents Appointed To State Boards
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Gov. Jerry Brown appointed two San Diego County residents to state oversight boards Thursday, part of a suite of 16 appointments of California residents.
Cocaine-Seller Gets 11-Year Term from San Diego Judge Curiel; Also Dealt in Heavy Weapons
An Illinois man who admitted his role in an expanding cocaine distribution conspiracy that extended into San Diego and involved the seizure of grenades and assault weapons was sentenced in San Diego federal court Friday to more than 11 years in prison.
Chula Vista: $20,000 worth of tools stolen from Fed-Vet Construction
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) – A San Diego veteran is asking for the public’s help after two thieves stole $20,000 worth of tools from his South Bay construction company – a crime that was captured on camera.
Man hospitalized after being stabbed nine times in fight, suspect arrested
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A 19-year-old man was hospitalized Saturday morning with nine stab wounds suffered in a fight with another man near Imperial Beach. Just before midnight Friday, the victim and the suspect got into a shouting match while standing in the doorway of the suspect's house in the 1700 blo
Video shows altercation between Border Patrol agents and migrants
IMPERIAL BEACH (NEWS 8) – San Diego Border Patrol on Friday announced agents arrested a group of undocumented immigrants after they jumped over a section of temporary barrier as photographers and media outlets filmed.
Man stabbed 9 times in South Bay fight
SAN DIEGO — A 19-year-old man was hospitalized Saturday morning with nine stab wounds suffered in a fight with another man in the Egger Highlands area of San Diego. Just before midnight Friday, the victim and the suspect got into a shouting match while standing in the doorway of the suspect’s house
Car Theft Suspects on the Loose After Crashing into Chula Vista Home
Two car theft suspects were still on the loose Thursday after crashing the stolen car they were driving into a Chula Vista home following a brief pursuit, police said. The chase started shortly before 11:30 a.m. when officers spotted the stolen car around First Avenue and L Street, according to the
San Diego State's Jalen McDaniels Sued for Allegedly Filming, Sharing Sexual Act
San Diego State Aztecs forward Jalen McDaniels is being sued for allegedly filming a sexual act with a female student and distributing it on social media, according to the San Diego Union-Tribune's Mark Zeigler.
San Diego Weekend Guide: Dec. 14 – 16
It’s a convention for pet owners, bringing owners and veterinary professionals together. This weekend at Wag PetCon, pet owners can learn about their furry companion’s behavior, nutrition, pet enrichment, allergy management, senior care and more from veterinary professionals.
National wave of bomb threats includes dozens in San Diego
SAN DIEGO -- Officials were investigating a wave of bomb threats made across the country Thursday, including dozens in the greater San Diego area, none of which were deemed credible.
Federal officials say sewage spill stopped at U.S-Mexico border Friday morning
While a ruptured pipe in Mexico continues to spill sewage into the Tijuana River, federal officials said that as of Friday morning the effluent was being captured at the border and diverted to a wastewater treatment facility.
John Kallis, 29, Held on DUI Charge in Fatal I-805 Crash in Chula Vista
A 29-year-old man was jailed Wednesday on suspicion of DUI and vehicular manslaughter in connection with a South Bay freeway crash that left another motorist dead. John Thomas Kallis of San Diego was behind the wheel of a 2012 Toyota Yaris sedan that collided with a 2004 Nissan Frontier pickup on no
Anti-gay comment made 16 years ago costs San Diego State professor appearance before House committee
Anti-gay remarks that a San Diego State University economist made 16 years ago have sparked a political flap that led to the postponement of a congressional hearing on the minimum wage.
Three More Flu Deaths Reported in San Diego County, Season Death Toll at 5
Three deaths due to flu complications were confirmed in San Diego County last week, bringing this flu season’s death toll to five, county health officials announced Wednesday.