San Diego Streets Reopened to Hundreds of Illegal Immigrants as Funding Dries Up.Perry EastmanNewsBreak Contributor
Mexico to California Toxic Sewage Pipeline Causing a "Public Health Concern".Perry EastmanNewsBreak Contributor
Bus of Illegal Immigrants Released, and Some are Coming to a City Not Far from Alabama's State LineThe World Around Jae and BeyondNewsBreak Contributor
Hit or miss showers bring unpredictable rainfall to Southern CaliforniaGolden Gate MediaNewsBreak Contributor
Aztecs aim to sweep the Spartans in season seriesEast Village TimesNewsBreak Contributor
Downtown community hold meeting to address safety concerns
A meeting at a Little Italy church on Monday drew dozens of people set up by community organizers looking out for various communities.
Jealous ex-boyfriend killed beloved high school teacher, DA says at opening of murder trial
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Chilling surveillance footage captured the last moments Mario Fierro was alive. The teacher at Cathedral Catholic High School died after being shot six times in 2021 by his girlfriend’s ex-fiancee. The shooting in North Park, which was captured on multiple cameras with audio, was...
People can sleep in their cars overnight on city streets if they have nowhere else to go
SAN DIEGO — People who have nowhere else to go can now live in their vehicles and sleep in them overnight on the streets around San Diego. Before now, people were at risk of being fined, getting towed and even getting arrested if they slept in their car or RV overnight. But the City of San Diego has come to a settlement agreement in a class action lawsuit to stop enforcing overnight parking laws.
What's going on with the vacant Costa Verde shopping center in University City?
SAN DIEGO — With vacant storefronts in deteriorating condition, neighbors in University City want to know why the Costa Verde Center has been left in such poor shape. CBS 8 is working for you to find out what may be in store for the 35-year-old San Diego strip mall.
Man arrested after a shooting on Rincon Indian Reservation
An inland North County resident was arrested last week following a shooting on the Rincon Indian Reservation, San Diego County Sheriff's deputies said Monday.
Hit or miss showers bring unpredictable rainfall to Southern California
The National Weather Service San Diego office is providing the latest update on the upcoming weather, indicating that residents can expect isolated and light showers persisting through Tuesday morning.
Woman Injured in Shooting at Vista Transit Center, Suspect at Large
A shooting incident unfolded on Sunday night at the Vista Transit Center, leaving a woman injured, as confirmed by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department (SDSO). According to reports, authorities could not apprehend a suspect following the incident.
SDPD Officer & Suspect Fly Off Cliff During Pursuit
An SDPD officer attempted to stop a car that was speeding. As they passed the I-805 on eastbound Hwy 94, the male suspect driver turned off his headlights, and speeds reached approx. 100 mph. The suspect then took the Kelton Rd exit, and as he reached the T-intersection, he did...
Sheriff’s Dept., Alcoholic Beverage Control conduct operations to reduce underage drinking
San Diego, CA–The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, along with agents from the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) conducted Minor Decoy and Shoulder Tap Operations at various ABC-licensed establishments in the unincorporated communities of Rancho San Diego and Bonita. During the Minor Decoy operation, a minor under...
Cool temperatures, light rain expected for San Diego County to start week
Cool and mostly dry weather is expected for the rest of the week until Saturday, when more rain is in the forecast, according to the National Weather Service.
Silent Witness Alert – CATCH 22 Day 21 - Captured
Day 21 of Yavapai Silent Witness’ Catch 22 Program., fugitive Jennifer Christine Nack has been captured. On Thursday, February 22nd Agents with the U.S. Marshalls were able to locate and arrest Jennifer Christine Nack in El Cajon CA. In November of 2019 Nack was operating a vehicle that was...
San Diego Residents: How to Apply for FEMA Support Following Recent Storm
President Biden has granted a FEMA designation to San Diego residents affected by the recent storm. Local officials have welcomed this move. The FEMA declaration, issued on January 22, recognizes the natural disaster and offers aid to residents rebuilding their homes and properties. City crews have been active since the storm, clearing over 5,500 tons of debris, repairing streets, and providing resources to flood victims. The Housing Commission has also arranged hotel rooms for families awaiting housing assistance.
Thieves run off with rifles, jewelry in back-to-back Mira Mesa burglaries
Thieves targeting two Mira Mesa homes on Sunday night stole heirloom jewelry, watches, and even rifles, including an assault style rifle. The victims told NBC 7 they now feel unsafe in their own homes. Just fifteen minutes after a young family of four living on Covina Street left to go...
Three Prisoners Get 19 to 22 Years for Inmate’s Beating Death
Three prisoners were sentenced to 19 to 22 years in federal prison Monday for beating a fellow inmate to death in Victorville in 2013, prosecutors said. Aurelio Patino, 40, who most recently lived in Riverside, Christopher Ruiz, 49, most recently of San Diego, and Jose Villegas, 42, most recently of Los Angeles, were convicted in January of last year of second-degree murder in the Oct. 1, 2013, killing of 38-year-old Javier Sanchez.
Injured toddler, wrong-way crash victim removed from medically induced coma
Injured toddler, wrong-way crash victim removed from medically induced coma; Akeel, 1, was struck by falling concrete debris during crash in late January
Woman Fatally Injured in Early Morning Crash Involving Parked Semi-Truck in El Cajon
In a grim early morning turn of events, a woman lost her life in a single-vehicle crash in El Cajon, police reported yesterday. The accident, involving a white 2004 Toyota Tacoma, occurred on West Bradley Avenue around 1:19 AM on February 25. The 37-year-old female driver, whose identity has been...
SDSU student gets chased after intervening in alleged domestic violence
20-year-old Angelo Montoya is a student at SDSU and works late night shifts delivering food for Door Dash. That's what he was doing the night he intervened in an alleged domestic violence incident.
Experience Culinary Delight: 4 Pizzas You Shouldn't Miss in Lemon Grove
This article presents four outstanding pizza places in Lemon Grove. Have you had the opportunity to sample a slice from any of these establishments? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Few homeless people have been detained under San Diego's camping ban. The number prosecuted is even lower.
The city attorney's office agreed to pursue just two cases after six months of police enforcement, although at least one person detained faces a more serious charge
Texas woman orders poppy flowers, gets flowers shaped like puppy instead: 'Best mistake ever'
A Texas mom was shocked to receive a flower bouquet in the shape of a puppy instead of full poppies. The business employee said it was a big misunderstanding — and she's still laughing.