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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.
Rash of bomb threats have SD law enforcement busy
The threats warn that bombs will be detonated if a certain amount of money is not paid. Law enforcement officials are currently investigating numerous bomb threats being made across the U.S. on Thursday. There have been about 20 made in San Diego reports Fox 5.
Apple to open campus in San Diego, add 1,000 jobs by end of 2021
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - San Diego is one of several cities nationwide that will get a new Apple campus in the next three years, the company announced today. The tech giant will spend an estimated $1 billion on its largest planned expansion in Austin, Texas, which will be the second Apple campus in that ci
Romano's Jewelers Owner Sentenced for Bilking Service Members
The owner of a chain of now-closed jewelry stores was sentenced Thursday to state prison for preying on U.S. service members, California’s attorney general announced. Ramil “Randy” Abalkhad, the owner of Romano’s Jewelers, was sentenced to three years probation and 90 days in jail for illegal financ
Migrant Caravan Update: Riders Want $50,000 Each To Return Home
With demands in hand, two groups of Central American migrants marched to the U.S. Consulate in Tijuana on Tuesday. This is the latest migrant caravans to make its way to an American border in hopes of seeking asylum.
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.
Authorities: Bomb Threats Across US Appear to Be Hoax
Authorities say bomb threats sent Thursday to dozens of schools, government buildings and other locations across the U.S. appear to be a hoax. Law enforcement agencies across the country dismissed the threats, which they said were meant to cause disruption and compel recipients into sending money an
Local one-day basketball events attract top talent
The stars will be out this weekend with Mission Bay and Carlsbad hosting top-notch, one-day high school boys basketball events. Friday’s Mission Bay Beach Bash in the Bucs’ gym is a four-team event with La Jolla Country Day, ranked No. 5 in San Diego, playing Orange Lutheran, ranked No. 20 in the st
San Diego's Wanted: Possessing drugs for sale
The Union-Tribune profiles a wanted suspect each week in an effort to make our community safer. We partner with Crime Stoppers and local law enforcement to proﬁle known fugitives as well as draw attention to unsolved crimes. This week’s wanted suspect:
Traveling Stories helps kids fall in love with reading through pop-up literacy events
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Traveling Stories is a local program aimed at getting kids to improve their reading skills. Their President & CEO, Emily Moberly, and Principal of ACRE Commercial, Chris Robinson told us all about the program on Good Morning San Diego.
Apple Eyes UTC Area for New Campus in San Diego
Apple plans to open an office in San Diego, California along with several other cities, company officials announced Thursday. "We know that it's going to be in the UTC area in the middle of the prominent tech cluster already," said Matt Sanford, Director of Economic Development, SD Regional EDC.
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.
Looking for room at the inn during Las Posadas
It’s the annual story of Mary and Joseph looking for shelter in Bethlehem so Mary could give birth to baby Jesus, and the Las Posadas celebration at Old Town San Diego State Historic Park returns this weekend. Join in the festivities with storytelling, choir performances, strolling characters from t
Man attacked with machete during San Diego robbery attempt
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Police are searching for a suspect they say attacked a man with a machete during robbery attempt in San Diego. Officer Robert Heims says the 18-year-old victim was walking on a residential street late Wednesday when the suspect demanded his wallet and punched him in the face.
Woman, 20, accuses college basketball star and NBA draft hopeful Jalen McDaniels of 'secretly filming their sex act' and 'hiding in a closet to record another girl performing a sex act on his teammate'
Two women have accused a San Diego State star basketball player of filming them performing sex acts without their permission when they were in high school. Gwen Gabert, 20, alleges that Jalen McDaniels, 20, filmed her performing a consensual sex act on him in a car on her 18th birthday while they we
Highs Near 70 Degrees: San Diego Weekend Weather Forecast
SAN DIEGO, CA – Planning your weekend? Here's the weather forecast for San Diego, according to the National Weather Service. Mostly sunny, with a high near 69. Calm wind becoming northwest around 5 mph in the afternoon.
Ten in San Diego County are among 333 nationwide sickened by recalled beef
The U.S. Department of Agriculture warned the public Wednesday that anyone with a package of frozen beef should search for the label “EST 267” before use, especially if the meat was packaged between July 26 and Sept. 7, regardless of brand name.
San Diego Priest's Accuser Testifies in Court
An attorney and former U.S. Naval officer who was studying to become a priest accused a San Diego-area priest of grabbing his genitals after a night of drinking in a Carlsbad restaurant and bar.
San Diego State basketball standout sued for allegedly sharing sex videos
Two women have accused San Diego State forward Jalen McDaniels of recording them performing sex acts and distributing the videos through social media to friends —- including members of his high school basketball team.
Three more flu deaths reported in San Diego
SAN DIEGO (COUNTY NEWS CENTER) - Three additional flu deaths were reported in the San Diego region last week, bringing this season’s total to five, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced Wednesday.