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Oceanside-Camp Pendleton: Don't Miss These 5 Open Houses
OCEANSIDE-CAMP PENDLETON, CA — Using the internet to shop for a house can be a somewhat inefficient process. To get a true feeling for a house, you really have to visit in person. That's where open houses come in handy: A chance to try before you buy!
Oceanside police looking for missing man with dementia
Oceanside officers are searching for a missing 71-year-old man with dementia, police said Wednesday. Paul Phillips was last seen driving away from his home about 6:30 a.m. He was in a silver Ford Contour with the license plate of 5FHT791.
Ex-CHP lieutenant convicted of sex crime a second time after arranging Laguna Beach meeting with fictitious 13-year-old girl
A retired California Highway Patrol official was convicted Thursday in a sex-crime retrial related to a 2006 meeting he arranged in Laguna Beach with a person he thought was a 13-year-old girl.
Holiday concerts in full swing this weekend
Holiday concerts are in full swing this weekend, continuing until Christmas across North County. Bach Collegium San Diego hosts the J. S. Bach Christmas Oratory from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday at Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church with orchestra, chorus and soloists. The oratorio carrie
Assault charges against Greene dismissed: Convicted of possession of firearm
In August, Jeremy Greene, 23, of Oceanside, was arrested for the stabbing of Darryl Scholl in Idyllwild. However, last week at his preliminary hearing, the felony charge for assault with a deadly weapon was dismissed and the felony charge for “great bodily injury” was stricken.
Car camera captures video of Oceanside car thief
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Doorbell cameras have helped catch many thieves who steal from front porches. Now, there's a similar way to keep an eye on your vehicle. It's called Owl Car Cam and one Oceanside man recently used it when his car was stolen.
Former Valley Center High School security guard arrested on child-porn charges
VISTA, Calif. — A 65-year-old former Valley Center High School security guard was behind bars Friday on suspicion of online child sexual exploitation, authorities reported. Steven Lloyd Duncan of Escondido was taken into custody Monday, according to the San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Tas
Vista community members plan a Holiday Hike
VISTA (KUSI) – Local youth advocates from Students Unite in Prevention and Policy “SUPP”, the Resilient Squad, and Jacob Wallis, founder of LowerCali Movement have joined forces for a holiday hike at Vista’s Buena Vista Park to promote healthy lifestyle choices this holiday season.
Owner of Carlsbad jewelry store sentenced for scamming Navy sailors and Marines
A Carlsbad jewelry store owner was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail and placed on probation for three years for targeting young sailors and Marines with predatory loans to pay for jewelry.
Fund set up after mother of four killed in solo-car crash in Oceanside
A family mourning the death of a 29-year-old woman who died in a solo vehicle crash in Oceanside late last month has set up a fund in hopes of raising money to help with funeral expenses and other costs.
'Music Men' perform holiday concerts
PHOTO: The Music Men Chorus is performing holiday concerts across North County. The Music Men Chorus presents its annual Christmas Show 2:30 p.m. Sunday Dec. 16 at the Oceanside Senior Center at 455 Country Club Lane. The concert will feature holiday favorites sung in the traditional barbershop a ca
Oceanside flood damage was avoidable
The video of 19-year-old hot dogger Lukas Soelberg surfing on the flooded South Oceanside block December 8 went viral. NBC-7 reported an immediate 40,000 hits of the street surfer getting towed by a rope.
Creative Art Making Classes at Oceanside Library
Kick start your art making practice at the Oceanside Public Library this year. Join the library for a 12-week series taught by local artist, Todd Gomes Aviv. The class will be held weekly on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m., beginning Jan. 9 in the Civic Center Library Foundation Room, located at 330 No
Oceanside Navy Credit Union Site Sold For $4.4M
An Oceanside commercial building leased by Navy Federal Credit Union has been sold for $4.4 million. The 6,788 square foot building at 4180 Avenida De La Plata in Oceanside’s Rancho Del Oro business park has been leased to Navy Federal union since it was built in 1992.
Death of Escondido mom who disappeared under investigation
The San Diego County Medical Examiner’s office has ruled a suicide in the death of an Escondido woman who disappeared on Thursday and was several days later discovered in her van by San Diego Sheriff’s deputies.
Onesie Crawl for a Cause in Carlsbad Village is back!
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) – Back by popular demand is the 4th Annual Onesie Bar Crawl!. Each year, Onesie Crew, a charitable event company, hosts the ‘Onesie Crawl for a Cause’ in Carlsbad Village on the last Friday before Christmas.
Less than two weeks after Vista house fire displaces nine, home catches fire again
Less than two weeks after a Vista home caught fire and displaced nine residents, the house — which was vacant and boarded up — caught fire again, authorities said Monday. The second fire was reported about 11:20 a.m. Monday, Deputy Fire Chief Ned Vander Pol said.
Vista-Area Home Goes Up In Flames – Again
VISTA, CA – A house in a neighborhood northwest of Palomar College was damaged by fire Monday for the second time in two weeks. The blaze in the 2100 block of Primrose Avenue erupted shortly before 11:30 a.m., Vista Fire Department Deputy Chief Ned Vander Pol said.
California Pacific Airlines is canceling flights, citing mechanical problems
It took eight years for San Diego County’s newest airline to take flight but it didn’t take long for it to be grounded. California Pacific Airlines canceled all of its flights Monday and Tuesday and has been beset with cancellations since it began operations last month out of McClellan-Palomar Airpo
Dish It Up: The crazy guy who does the weird stuff
Chef/owner Davin Waite isn’t afraid to play with his food. “At the end of the day, how big is your box of crayons?” he ponders. The boundary-pushing chef has been named to PACIFIC magazine’s Chain of Gourmand two years running, earning praise from other local chefs. And, the unconventional food at h