A seemingly idyllic day fishing last month for Brandon Cappelletti with his family suddenly has turned into a nightmare -- disrupting his his senior year at San Pasqual High School and quite possibly ruining his career pursuit as a Marine infantryman.
Customs and Border Protection marine agents apprehended nine unauthorized immigrants in a boat near the Ocean Beach Pier on Monday, authorities said.
A City College student said she was sexually assaulted in a campus parking structure by a man she met on the dating app Tinder, campus police said Tuesday.
A homeless man killed in an encampment north of San Onofre on Thursday was identified by authorities as Robert Bretz.
Tierra del Sol Middle School, which sent students to China last year, now playing host.
The San Diego Union-Tribune decided to look closer at two key parts of of those letters, using a “word cloud”
The district attorney’s Bureau of Investigation chief, Adolfo Gonzales, will become the county’s next chief probation officer beginning next month, officials announced Monday.
Assemblyman Rocky Chávez abruptly announced he was dropping out of the U.S. Senate race at the beginning of a live debate among the Republican candidates in San Diego on Monday evening.
A man suspected of firing several shots in the air at a Chula Vista apartment complex was arrested late Sunday night, police said.
Poway Unified School District announced Monday that Tracy Hogarth, associate superintendent in charge of personnel support services, plans to retire effective June 30.
A transgender student who changes in a boys’ locker room at Rancho Bernardo High School has triggered a dispute over a two-year-old state law that seeks to accommodate such students.
San Diego leaders reached a final compromise Tuesday on a June ballot measure that would dedicate an estimated $2.5 to $3 billion in future revenue to updating and replacing the city’s crumbling infrastructure.
The District Attorney’s Office has extended the deadline for applications to its Citizens’ Academy, a free course on criminal justice in San Diego County largely from the prosecution’s perspective.
Two men and a woman were caught in a stolen car connected to thieves who broke into a couple of cars at a Santee gym Monday morning, authorities said.
Several drivers swerved to avoid a pedestrian crossing a street in Vista Monday night, but one vehicle hit the man and he later died, a sheriff’s official said.
The 18-year-old pedestrian hit and killed by the vehicle of an elderly woman Sunday night in Escondido has been identified as Cesar Robles by the Medical Examiner’s Office.
Joel Silva of Julian, who was under the influence of drugs when he struck and killed a pedestrian in Lakeside, was sentenced Monday to six years in prison.
The National Action Network is planning a press conference at the headquarters of Poway Unified School District on Wednesday to support a volunteer parent and others who say they’ve been restrained from speaking out on diversity.
Marne Foster’s resignation creates vacancy on SD school board
A former trustee of the Escondido Union School District has launched an online petition that demands the resignation of embattled trustee Jose Fragozo, who last week was charged with 13 felonies linked to allegations that he misrepresented his place of residence to get elected.
An Alaksa Airlines flight from Boston to San Diego was diverted to Denver on Tuesday night because of an onboard passenger disturbance, a Denver airport spokesman said.
Obama submits record federal budget
A pedestrian was hit by a train and killed in San Marcos Tuesday. The North County Transit District issued a notice that Sprinter trains, which run between Oceanside and Escondido, would be delayed during the investigation.
Threats were phoned in to four San Diego high schools - La Jolla, Scripps Ranch, Lincoln and San Yisdro - where students and staff sheltered in place while police searched the grounds Tuesday.
The 29-year-old driver killed in a Chula Vista rollover crash that injured three passengers early Sunday has been identified as Dwayne Smalls by the Medical Examiner’s Office.
A dog was killed Monday in a fire at a San Marcos house that had been sold in an auction hours earlier, a city spokeswoman said.
Police arrested a juvenile and retreived a gun following a brief lock down at Sweet Water High School during after-school activities Monday, police and school district officials said.
Longer hours at swimming pools, new streetlights and expedited clearing of clogged drainage channels are among priorities San Diego City Council members want to see funded with a projected $50 million budget surplus.
San Diego voters will get a chance on June 7 to decide whether the city should have a higher minimum wage than the $10 per hour required by the state.