Narcocorrido ban: Tijuana clubs, bars warned not to play music about cartels or drug lords
"We are warning everyone before we launch sting operations, once we do that, we'll start shutting down businesses," said Michelle García Arceo, an inspector with the city of Tijuana.
Criminal street gang boss sentenced for ordering murder hit
Judgement day has come and gone for a criminal street gang boss who's been ordered to spend the rest of his life in jail.
Beware of San Diego ‘jury duty’ scammers
Don't get tricked into thinking you're being fined for failure to appear for jury duty San Diegans -- there are some scammers on the prowl.
"Operation Home for the Holidays" Brings Relief and Arrests in Human Trafficking Fight
In a strong clapdown on human trafficking in San Diego, "Operation Home for the Holidays" has successfully completed its annual mission. Homeland Security Investigations, along with the San Diego Human Trafficking Task Force and multiple law enforcement partners, have announced the wrap-up of this year's operation, per a statement released by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The task force managed to offer support services to 12 individuals and secured two pivotal arrests in the ongoing fight against this form of modern-day slavery.
Questions surround meals served at San Diego's Safe Sleeping site
A local advocate says someone staying at a City of San Diego Safe Sleeping site has been sending her photos of the provided meals.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Dogs Up for Adoption in san diego, CA
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to san diego..
Lemon Grove approves more than $200,000 to purchase new playground equipment
The new equipment, expected to be fully installed by end of 2024, will replace 20-year-old playground structures at Lemon Grove Park
Where to get Christmas dinner in San Diego
SAN DIEGO — Is it your wish to skip cooking and cleaning on Christmas Day this year? Here is a list of San Diego County restaurants that are open on Christmas Day, offering festive meals for you and your family.
Chula Vista bars official facing criminal charges from serving on any committees. She's seeking re-election.
The decision to exclude Andrea Cardenas comes as officials agree that her participation could have an impact on maintaining the public's trust
Three San Diego County tribes receive more than $3 million from EPA for recycling
The Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians has pursued several sustainability projects in recent years, including wastewater recycling and renewable energy
US Coast Guard offloads thousands of pounds of drugs seized in eastern Pacific Ocean
U.S. officials made several large drug busts in the Pacific Ocean within the last two months.
Illegal Bonfire on Cowles Mountain: Eyewitness Reports Young Males Igniting Fire
Witness an account of an illegal bonfire atop Cowles Mountain in San Diego. A group of young males were seen igniting a fire and using flammable liquid to fuel it, posing a potential danger to the area.
Former FOX 5 reporter battles rare cancer
After 35 proton cancer treatments, Jeff McAdam is technically cured of cancer, but not cancer free.
Join us for a Festive Winter Market - Free Entry!
Get ready to embrace the festive spirit at the Winter Market this weekend! On Sun, Dec 10, from 11am - 3pm, we're inviting you to a day filled with winter wonders, community vibes, and a dash of holiday magic. And the best part? Entry is absolutely free!
San Diego Home Suffers $400K in Damages After Accidental Fire, No Injuries Reported
Flames were averted when the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department (SDFD) crews rushed to contain a smoldering fire within the walls of a home at 14070 Condesa Dr., where black smoke was first spotted billowing from a stove. According to a report, the occupants had evacuated before the firefighters arrived, ensuring that no one was harmed during the incident.
San Diego's 'Shop with a Cop' Event Spreads Holiday Cheer and Strengthens Community Bonds
San Diego County law enforcement officers recently collaborated with STAR/PAL to organize a holiday event for 300 local third graders. These children, chosen by school counselors, teachers, and officers, enjoyed a day of fun, ending with a $200 shopping spree at Target. Chief Probation Officer Tamika Nelson highlighted the event's role in offering a joyful holiday for less fortunate children and promoting positive officer interactions.
Starbucks half-off drinks on Thursdays: Here’s how
Tis' the season for warm holiday drinks, and each Thursday in December Starbucks customers can enjoy a sip of their favorite festive goodness for half the price.
More affordable housing for San Diego seniors approved by county
More affordable housing is on the way for seniors in San Diego.
ADVANCING HEALTHY COMMUNITIES:METHAMPHETAMINE IS STILL A PERVASIVE PROBLEM DESPITE THE ATTENTION TO OPIOIDS AND FENTANYL
December 7, 2023 (San Diego’s East County) -- There's no denying the urgency of addressing the opioid and fentanyl epidemic, which has claimed the lives of countless Americans. In the shadows of this crisis, another equally destructive menace is still lurking: methamphetamine abuse. We must continue to recognize that the methamphetamine crisis is very much alive, and we can't allow our focus on opioids to divert our attention from this problem that continues to claim lives and ruin communities.
Opinion: From $45 parking to overpriced food trucks, December Nights has become a real rip-off
It might be time to come together in unity and boycott next year's December Nights