A small explosion inside a storage locker in Santee Sunday left a man hospitalized.
Soon after San Diego police Officer Richard Valenzuela graduated from the academy in 2008, he stumbled on what he hoped would be his first community project.
Mexican government spurs effort in upper Gulf of California. “They are there, but they’re rare.”
A woman was kidnapped at gunpoint in City Heights Friday night and forced to withdraw cash from an ATM then go to a liquor store with the gunman, San Diego police said.
Rep. Scott Peters and other congressional Democrats who voted for tougher restrictions on Syrian refugees may benefit politically next November, but they’ve angered some members of the party who have money, passion and in some cases, both.
About 75 people marched to a downtown San Diego mall on Black Friday, chanting “black lives matter” and urging more attention be placed on race relations than shopping.
Train service through San Diego Countywas disrupted Friday morning when a tractor-trailer rig hit a disabled car on southbound Interstate 5 and overturned across nearby railroad tracks.
County Medical Examiner identifies pedestrian killed Monday night in Carlsbad
Supporters and opponents of community choice aggregation, or CCA, are facing off in San Diego.
Scripps researchers said policymakers and others need to focus more on marine ecosystems.
Police in Escondido were looking Saturday night for the hit-and-run driver who struck and seriously injured a bicyclist. The collision occurred at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Broadway about 7 p.m.
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Three men armed with a gun and Tasers robbed a home in the Midtown area Saturday morning, San Diego police said.
As new development returns to Vista, the North County city is rethinking how much parking it requires for each project.
One of two San Diego girls described as companions of 14-year-old Anna Hernandez, who who was found slain in Grant Hill on Nov. 18, was found safe Friday in Tijuana, San Diego police said.
Theo gladly took some of the snacks he was offered by members of the Alpha Project, but he didn’t need the homeless outreach team’s advice about El Niño.
Sporadic showers also possible into weekend.
Jamie-Lynne Knighten wants the world to know the legacy of Matthew Jackson, a man she barely knew.
The effort to combat the illegal flow of pharmaceuticals from legitimate businesses is intensifying as prescription drug abuse remains a top public health concern.
Contingent from Scripps Institution of Oceanography plans to write several journal entries about the convention.
The Syrian immigrant population in the United States accounted for only 0.2 percent of the country's 42 million immigrants in 2014, according to new data from the Migration Policy Institute.
Thirteen people in downtown San Diego were sickened by a synthetic drug called spice on Saturday, authorities said. It was the second weekend for multiple overdoses in the downtown area.
There are nearly 750 inmates on death row in California, where 13 men have been executed since 1978. The last one was nearly a decade ago, and the system has been embroiled in legal challenges ever since.
After boom of new tasting rooms, county is considering amendments to landmark winery law
SDSU professor accused of sexual harassment of students not longer works at university.
Cannabis industry is learning that its expanding freedoms come with a stiff price tag.
Two women who survived a rollover freeway crash early Friday then were killed by an oncoming car as they stood near their pickup, the California Highway Patrol said. The women were headed south on Interstate 805 when their pickup spun out of control and overturned south of state Route 54 in National City.
A 19-year-old man who was arrested Wednesday night following a pursuit on Interstate 8 had a fake weapon and bolt cutters in his pickup, a California Highway Patrol officer said.