The gang is accused of murder, robbery, drug trafficking and prostitution.
Carlsbad receives presentation on Village and Barrio Plan; San Marcos OKs affordable housing pacts.
The man's car was traveling at freeway speeds when it slammed into a stopped semi.
Police are asking for the public’s help to solve the Balboa Park case.
Chula Vista council members approve five-year increase for solid waste services.
Escondido police arrested a man they say broke a glass door and cash register at a store.
Between a failed expansion-financing plan and tens of millions of dollars in deferred maintenance, the San Diego Convention Center may never draw more public interest in its business practices than it does today.
City may not be allowing public comment often enough for open meetings law
Incumbent representative and challenger in toss-up district continue scrap for votes
A rock slide has shut down Lake Wohlford Road for at least the next week
The opening of seven northbound car lanes starting at 8 a.m. Wednesday offers hope for cross-border drivers.
Christopher Hays needs money for defense in civil rights lawsuits
The San Pasqual Volunteer Fire Department was dissolved Tuesday; water theft final straw
Motorists must maintain a 3-foot buffer zone between their car and bicycles to safely pass.
Callers ask victims to bail them out of Escondido jail, but there is no such thing.
Mexican federal funds to support rehabilitation of cross-border rail line.
Reese Jarrett aims to boost neighborhoods, add affordable housing
Mayor Faulconer, several City Hall VIPs, attend wedding of political aide.
“Please forgive me," man who made cannon tells court, "I never meant to hurt anyone."
Several cities to weigh "Host Town" support for Special Olympics World Games.
A drug-sniffing dog alerted officers to $53,000 in the defendant's car.
Clyde Duncan was racing his Corvette against a Mercedes when he lost control.
Results show an improvement for the Peters after June poll had DeMaio up by 7 points
"El Chapparito" and "The Mole" account for a total of 17 bank jobs so far this year.
If petitions verified, minimum wage increase goes to public vote in June 2016
First-ever assessment finds many problems; upgrades needed
Del Mar City Council talks about red light cameras in the city.
The Sanford Institute will train nonprofit leaders in fundraising techniques and leadership.
If convicted of murder and a gun-use allegation, Julie Harper faces a possible sentence of 50 years to life in prison.
Dying hurricane will raise humidity along coastal San Diego.