Attack happened two weeks ago in Santee.
SANDAG moves forward with plans to build highways and transit all at once.
Auditor finds lack of accountability in tracking the funds.
Some 1,200 governments across California to get payments.
Dispensary hopefuls filing trivial appeals to stymie competitors.
Next major step for SANDAG is securing federal funding for $1.7 billion for project.
Partly cloudy and cool weather will follow through the weekend.
The president’s plan announced Thursday stands to directly affect 150,000 people in San Diego County
The Oceanside-based law firm is accused of scamming more than 3,200 homeowners.
Interim Superintendent George Cameron stepped in and mediated a resolution.
A new North County task force has been formed to combat drunken and impaired driving
Six endangered birds entered their new home at Batiquitos Lagoon this week.
The county pension board has taken another step toward parting ways with its multimillion-dollar Texas investment consultant, Salient Partners of Houston.
Why did Olga Diaz's bid to become mayor of Escondido fall so short?
The 28-year-old woman faces charges of DUI and felony evasion.
The couple's attorney said, "“It is evident that they don’t want to assist us."
Half of all California community college districts apply to offer four-year degrees.
No threat was found at either Canyon Crest Academy or Torrey Pines High School.
Chaparral, El Capitan and Grossmont high schools among recipients of 2014 grants.
Mitchell Malachowski of USD named a state professor of the year by Carnegie Foundation.
Fifteen students to be awarded $1,000 apiece at Grossmont and Cuyamaca colleges.
San Diego city employees will get discounts at National University courses.
Rainfall caused overflows from the Tijuana River.
The college emailed students, staff and faculty and posted notices at three campuses.
Pension reformers, though demoralized, believe the CalPERS victory will be short lived.
A suspect posted social media threats of shooting at Torrey Pines, Canyon Crest highs.
San Diego unlikely to get rain for rest of November.
One of the major elements of President Barack Obama’s executive action
Chula Vista council candidates John McCann and Steve Padilla remain tied.
For public schools in this border region, educators hope immigration changes will curb the fear of deportation that many families face — something they say could assist districts financially, while also helping students emotionally.