Energy from tropical storm may add punch to waves
A motorcyclist died in a crash in San Marcos Sunday, officials said.
La Jolla-based science institute suffering financial problems in Orlando
A woman who misrepresented herself as a lawyer and conned several victims out of more than $58,000 for legal services was sentenced Friday to nearly 14 years in jail. Giuliana Bosco, 39, was convicted last month of 24 criminal counts including grand theft, forgery and identity theft.
A vehicle fire spread to brush along state Route 67 in the Ramona area Friday afternoon, threatening structures and briefly shutting down both sides of the freeway.
Border Patrol agents arrested a woman with 40 pounds of drugs and her 11-year-old daughter in her SUV in Pine Valley on Thursday, authorities said.
The release of a city-commissioned study on racial profiling in San Diego police traffic stops has been delayed an additional four months.
SD charter makes changes
A Poway dry cleaners was robbed at knife point Thursday, and the suspected thief and getaway driver were arrested shortly after, sheriff’s officials said.
Mexican authorities arrested Thursday a man wanted in the 1999 fatal shooting of another man in the Mountain View neighborhood.
A new study of car sharing networks in San Diego and four other cities shows they’ve reduced pollution and taken thousands of cars off the street in recent years by filling in the small gaps faced by those who commute using mass transit or bicycling.
Trump campaign chairman and convention manager Paul Manafort probably looks back longingly at the 1996 GOP convention in San Diego.
Students will act as scientists under a new set of science education guidelines that emphasize asking questions and solving problems, and the state is seeking input on how that will shape classroom instruction.
An El Cajon grocery store partially under construction was gutted after cleaning supplies in an aisle caught fire Friday afternoon, fire officials said.
Evidence will show that a Poway man accused of setting five brush fires in East and North County in 2014 and 2015 did so because he hated two Indian casinos and wanted to see them burn to the ground, a prosecutor said Monday.
People serving sentences for nonviolent felonies in San Diego County custody recommit crimes less frequently than those who serve in state prison for similar crimes, according to new data from the San Diego County probation department.
A sedan driver struck and seriously injured a pedestrian who was standing in a westbound lane of Poway Road early Friday, San Diego police said.
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Prosecutors say foreign campaign donor felt like he had Filner support for 'Miami West.'
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A swimmer who fell backward into the ocean while trying to climb out of the water in Sunset Cliffs was pronounced dead after lifeguards were unable to revive him, a San Diego Fire-Rescue Department spokesman said.
Police tried to serve a warrant on a North Park man who slammed the door in their faces, then threatened suicide in a two-hour standoff before surrendering Saturday night.
A brush fire that started near Ramona had burned 28 acres by Saturday morning and was 50 percent contained, Cal Fire authorities said.
A Camp Pendleton brush fire that has charred 800 acres was 35 percent contained as of Friday evening, fire officials said.
A federal judge issued a tentative ruling Friday to deny a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by customers who contend they were defrauded by Trump University, the Republican presidential nominee's defunct real estate training program.
Most Americans feel bad about throwing away food but fewer understand the negative environmental impacts, according to a new study aimed at informing strategies to curb the trend.
About a third of the world’s edible food is squandered, and in the United States about nearly all ends up decomposing in garbage dumps where it releases about 35 millions of tons of greenhouse gasses every year, according to the report.
Temperatures to hit 100 or higher in foothills
A brush fire sparked Thursday at Camp Pendleton has burned 1,000 acres and sent a thick column of smoke into the sky in North County.
Which state has the most solar capacity? According to a recently released report from Environment America Research & Policy Center, the top 10 solar states account for 88 percent of American solar energy capacity and just 26 percent of the population.
The first day of Comic Con 2016 kicked off Thursday in all of its technicolor glory.