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One Hurt in Rural Lakeside House Fire
A fire of unknown origin heavily damaged a home in a rural East County neighborhood Monday and left a resident hospitalized. The blaze in the 11300 block of Moreno Avenue in Lakeside was reported about 2 p.m., according to the Lakeside Fire Protection District.
More Than 20 Migrants Have Been Illegally Held in Custody After Being Ordered Released, Docs Show
More than 20 people have been unlawfully held in custody after they’ve been ordered released since the implementation of the federal government’s zero tolerance policy at the U.S.-Mexico border, according to new court filings. Capacity and clerical errors are largely responsible for the delays in re
Homeless move into first safe parking lot for RVs
Anthony Smith was frustrated with having to pay what little money he had on parking tickets and tired of police officers sometimes knocking on the door of his recreational vehicle at night to tell him to move along.
Sister Of Inmate Found Dead On Bunk Seeks Court Order
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA — It was a year to the day her brother's body was found hidden in his cell at the Donovan Correction Facility in Otay Mesa that Covina resident Sandra Carbajal learned state officials had rejected her request for compensation from the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Family of Man Shot and Killed by Deputies Sues SDSO, Claims Deputies Ignored Existing Mental Disability
The family of a man who was shot dead by deputies in Banker’s Hill more than a year ago is suing the San Diego Sheriff’s Department and the two deputies who shot him. James H. Lacey was shot and killed August 7, 2017, after he reportedly threatened to shoot two deputies who were trying to evict him
Southwest Passenger Says She Was Forced To Leave Pet Fish At Denver Airport
A San Diego–area college student is accusing Southwest Airlines of forcing her to leave her pet fish at Denver International Airport. Last Wednesday, University of Colorado sophomore Lanice Powless was getting ready to fly home for the holidays with Cassie, a pink male beta fish she has owned since
Trolley trip to Old Town
I brought the car in for servicing in El Cajon, and I had an hour and a half to kill. What to do? There is a trolley stop across the street from the car dealership so I walked to the station, bought a Compass card for all day use, and waited for the next trolley headed downtown. I am not a fan of tr
Two San Diego zip codes on list of most expensive in the United States
The USA Today published a list of the 50 most expensive zip codes in the United States. What comes as no surprise to some, San Francisco’s Palo Alto neighborhod (94301),tops the list as the country’s most expensive zip code with a median sales price of $3,750,000 and a median household income of $14
Target plans mini store for old Kmart in Spring Valley
Target has a signed a lease to take over the empty storefront formerly occupied by Kmart at 935 Sweetwater Road in Spring Valley. The retailer said last week that it expects to open a small-format store at the location in 2020 as part of its push into areas where full-size Targets don’t pencil out.
After Collapses at Del Mar Bluffs in San Diego County, Officials Press Forward With Emergency Plan
Officials are scrambling to stabilize the crumbling Del Mar bluffs, with four collapses having occurred since August. Emergency efforts to reinforce the eroding cliffs, atop which Amtrak and Coaster trains run daily, have been in the works for nearly a year. Now officials say they hope to break grou
Santana High School shooter wants out of prison, San Diego DA opposes request
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Community members are raising concerns that a notorious local high school shooter could soon get out of prison. Charles "Andy" Williams was just 15 years old when he opened fire at Santana High School on March 5, 2001.
In Case You Missed It: San Diego Good News for Sunday, Dec.16
To help make sure you stay informed, each Sunday we'll revisit five stories from the previous week and capsulize them in this digest with the most recent updates. Today's collection highlights some of the positive news events that happened this week.
San Diego County offers tips to prevent porch poachers
SAN DIEGO (COUNTY NEWS CENTER) — Don’t let a Grinch steal all the presents before they even get under the tree. Thieves or “porch poachers” or “porch pirates” are making their rounds in neighborhoods hoping to find some amazing packages that have been delivered and left on the porch.
Japanese 'tsunami fish' found off the California coast seven years later
In March 2011, Japan experienced a massive tsunami that was the aftermath of a 9.1 earthquake, the largest the country has ever experienced. It resulted in the deaths of an estimated 29,000 people and caused approximately $235 billion in damages, making it the deadliest natural disaster in history.
Deputies Investigate Mysterious Death After Naked Body Found Near Popular Encinitas Park, Beach
A body was found behind tennis courts near a popular Encinitas park Monday morning. The San Diego Sheriff’s Department is investigating it as a mysterious death; however, deputies said preliminary evidence does not show injury or foul play.
Gas Prices Continue To Drop In San Diego County
SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County dropped Tuesday for the 36th consecutive day and the 48th time in the past 49 days, decreasing 1.3 cents to $3.434, its lowest amount since March 18.
Entries wanted for 'Head To Toe Show'
FALLBROOK – Brandon Gallery is seeking entries for the "Head To Toe Show," an open judged show to be held Jan. 8-26. The show features shoes or hats. San Diego sculptor Maidy Morhous will be judging the show.
Man taking a bat to red light cameras in Encinitas assaults San Diego sheriff's deputy
SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — A man who was hitting red light cameras in Encinitas with a baseball bat Saturday attacked a San Diego County sheriff's deputy who tried to stop him, authorities said.
One shot, another stabbed at East County house party
EL CAJON, Calif. -- One person was shot and another stabbed at a woman's twentieth birthday party in El Cajon, police said Sunday. Several 911 calls came in to police at about 11:50 p.m. Saturday, reporting a fight at a party on Andover Road just east of South Second Street, El Cajon Police Lt. Eric
Man Killed In Twin Oaks Valley Solo Crash Identified
SAN MARCOS, CA – 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 Exami