San Diego,

Suspected smuggling boat capsizes off San Diego, leaving at least three dead

At least three individuals had been killed and greater than 20 others hospitalized when a human-smuggling boat capsized off the San Diego coast on Sunday, authorities stated. Dozens of individuals jumped from the overcrowded vessel when it hit a reef close to the Level Loma peninsula and broke aside, San Diego lifeguard Lt. Rick Romero stated at a press briefing.
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Chula Vista, CANBC San Diego

Suspected DUI Driver Strikes 2 Cars Before Crashing Into Building: Chula Vista PD

A suspected DUI driver was arrested Sunday night after hitting two cars then fleeing the scene before driving into a building, Chula Vista Police officers said. According to CVPD, the woman was backing out of Roberto’s Taco Shop's parking lot on 444 Broadway when she hit another car. The driver of that vehicle got out and demanded an exchange of information, to which the woman responded by getting argumentative, police said.
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San Marcos dog comes face to face with a backyard rattlesnake

SAN MARCOS, Calif. — It's rattlesnake season in San Diego County. Homeowners are wondering how to fortify their yards to protect their pets. In this Zevely Zone, I went to San Marcos to learn some strategies and hear the story of one close call. "Where is he? Where did he go? What happened?" asked Dave and Linda White. They heard their dog Cello barking in their backyard and discovered him face to face with a rattlesnake.
San Diego,

DOJ Settles Landlord Sexual Harassment Case in San Diego

Federal government settles case in which landlord is accused of harassing female tenants. The Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced a settlement agreement with defendant Larry Nelson to resolve a Fair Housing Act lawsuit alleging he “sexually harassed female tenants while owning and managing San Diego area rental properties.” The lawsuit was originally filed by the agency in 2019 in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, claiming Nelson engaged in sexual harassment of female tenants since 2005. Some of the allegations included “engaging in unwelcome sexual touching, offering to reduce monthly rental payments in exchange for sex, making unwelcome sexual comments and advances, making intrusive and unannounced visits to female tenants’ homes to further his sexual advances, and evicting or threatening to evict female tenants who objected or refused his sexual advances,” according to the complaint.
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College student honors parents with graduation photos in farm fields

A woman's college graduation photos that honor her parents in a sweet way are going viral on social media. Jennifer Rocha, who recently earned a degree from the University of California San Diego, decided to take her graduation pictures in the farm fields where she worked with her parents since she was in high school.