Escondido council rejects community garden proposal for vacant lot on El Norte Pkwy.
SDSU is training professors from the country of Georgia to develop STEM curriculum.
Some residents shocked new law also covers boats, trailers, dune buggies
Less than a year ago, Auntie Helen’s Fluff & Fold had almost $80,000 in its checking account.
The garage and contents were destroyed at complex on Yanonali Avenue.
Orange County registrar uses commercial databases that San Diego resists.
Pastor Terry Wayne Brooks watched from his office as the decision was announced.
A SANDAG transportation plan lacked details on environmental risks, an appeals court ruled.
Attorney James Warner pleaded guilty to laundering $100,000 in drug money.
The jury deadlocked on 16 other charges related to inappropriate sexual behavior.
Marchers protesting grand jury decision in Michael Brown case.
Protests across nation generally peaceful; smaller in San Diego than other large cities.
Firefighters used a ladder to reach the injured man.
She claimed to need a walker, but was filmed shopping and moving around without one.
Theresa Nasser, 74, was in a food line at El Cajon Seventh-Day Adventist Church.
The pedestrian was hit about 10:39 p.m. on northbound I-5 at J Street.
Jimmy Carter, 90, gives talk here on women's rights, climate change and religion.
Woman accused of online harassment pleads guilty to stalking.
President Obama's executive order sparked controversy, but not so much in California.
Poway addresses water issues; Oceanside raises water rates; school districts OK employee contracts.
Move follows reports fraternity members mocked students protesting sexual assaults.
Advocate for region's craft beer industry says ban would be "lost opportunity."
San Diego's temperatures will near 80 on Thanksgiving Day. But rain may arrive Sunday.
Chula Vista and local agencies are in the preliminary stages of transforming Palomar Street to improve bike and pedestrian safety near the Palomar Street Trolley Station.
Forward spread stopped; threat remains due to embers.
A few dozen UC San Diego students vowed to occupy a campus lecture hall Monday night and beyond as part of ongoing protests against tuition increases approved by University of California regents last week.
A look at how the San Diego Fire Department handled the May 13 Bernardo fire
Goal is better mobility in congested area with scarce parking
The Navy ship captain partially blamed for the September 2013 accident that killed two Coronado-based helicopter pilots is in line for another, even bigger, at-sea command.