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Possible settlement in battle over De Anza Cove Video included

Decades of long fights over some of the most valuable land in San Diego City seem to finally come to end. More>>

Cheetah cubs make their debut at the Safari Park

Two cheetah cubs being hand-raised by animal care experts at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park are doing well and developing rapidly, their handlers at the San Pasqual-area tourist attraction said Friday. More>>

San Diego helps victims of domestic violence Video included

Much attention has been focused on domestic violence, but most of the news coverage and conferences have focused on the abusers and their punishments. One group that has been overshadowed are the victims of domestic violence. More>>

iPhone 6 sells out in San Diego Apple stores

iPhone fanatics spent the night outside stores in San Diego last night or joined lines early today to get their hands on Apple's latest products, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. More>>

Goodell faces the media Video included

At a news conference Friday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made his first public statements in more than a week about the rash of NFL players involved in domestic violence. More>>

Fuel spill on northbound I-15 causes rush hour nightmare through Rancho Penasquitos

Hazmat crews worked Friday to clean up about 2,200 gallons of gasoline that spilled onto Interstate 15 near Carmel Mountain Ranch and into a nearby storm drain after a fuel tanker overturned and ruptured its tank, authorities said. More>>

One dead, two injured in Santee crash

A chain reaction crash on state Route 67 in Santee Friday left one man dead and another hospitalized, authorities said. More>>

Attempted child abduction in University Heights

San Diego police were on the lookout Friday for a masked man who attempted to lure a 10-year-old boy into his minivan in the University Heights neighborhood, a police sergeant said. More>>

San Diego Unified School District to return armored vehicle

San Diego Unified School District officials will return to the Defense Department a Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected armored vehicle that spurred debate over militarizing schools, authorities said. More>>

Hueso offered DUI plea deal

Prosecutors have offered a plea deal that would reduce the drunken driving charge lodged against Sen. Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, who was arrested after allegedly going the wrong direction on a one-way street. More>>

San Diego taxicab reform heats up Video included

San Diego City leaders are considering a big change in the taxi industry, but would San Diego be better off with more taxis on the street? More>>

California Covered has problems Video included

Hundreds of thousands of medical patients in California still do not have health care coverage, even though they have enrolled. More>>

First Bitcoin ATM machine comes to San Diego Video included

A restaurant near City Hall and a jewelry store in the Gaslamp Quarter are the first business in San Diego to have a Bitcoin ATM. More>>

Section's first ever female varsity football coach hired at San Diego High

Hollywood made a story about it in 1986 and nearly 30 years later it's happening for real here in San Diego. Knengi Martin became the first woman to coach a varsity boys football team in the CIF San Diego Section when she was named head coach at San Diego High School earlier this week. KUSI's Allie Wagner has the story. More>>

SDPD facing officer retention crisis?

The San Diego Police Department is continuing to lose officers to retirement or other law enforcement agencies despite efforts to keep them and recruit cadets, according to a report scheduled to be presented this afternoon. More>>

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  • Executive who stole from synagogue sentenced to prison

    Executive who stole from synagogue sentenced to prison

    An executive who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from La Jolla's Congregation Beth El synagogue and used the money on personal expenses was sentenced in San Diego federal court Friday to 18 months in prison.More>>
    An executive who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from La Jolla's Congregation Beth El synagogue and used the money on personal expenses was sentenced in San Diego federal court Friday to 18 months in prison.More>>
  • SDG&E reports all-time high energy demand

    SDG&E reports all-time high energy demand

    San Diego Gas & Electric reported Friday that the heat wave earlier this week resulted in all-time highs for energy demand for back-to- back days on Monday and Tuesday, as well as helpful conservation efforts by customers.More>>
    San Diego Gas & Electric reported Friday that the heat wave earlier this week resulted in all-time highs for energy demand for back-to- back days on Monday and Tuesday, as well as helpful conservation efforts by customers.More>>
  • Executive officer relieved from duties Navy announced

    Executive officer relieved from duties Navy announced

    The executive officer of the San Diego-based guided- missile cruiser USS Cowpens was relieved of his duties for an alcohol-related incident, the Navy announced Friday.More>>
    The executive officer of the San Diego-based guided- missile cruiser USS Cowpens was relieved of his duties for an alcohol-related incident, the Navy announced Friday.More>>
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  • Just Won't Listen! & About Face!

    Just Won't Listen! & About Face!

    Thursday, September 18, 2014 -KUSI's Michael Turko is keeping a file open on a dangerous stretch of the 56 Freeway. Tonight Turko tells us about another tragic death related to a fatal accident that most people believe could have been prevented.More>>
    Thursday, September 18, 2014 -KUSI's Michael Turko is keeping a file open on a dangerous stretch of the 56 Freeway. Tonight Turko tells us about another tragic death related to a fatal accident that most people believe could have been prevented.More>>
  • To Get Things Done! & The Rest is History!

    To Get Things Done! & The Rest is History!

    Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - When things are taking far too long and you want results, KUSI's Michael Turko is the man to call. Turko says a San Diego park project that fell through the cracks back in April is now finished, just a few weeks after he opened a file on the case. More positive news to report from the South Bay. Last week Turko showed you how a Green Dot MoneyPak mix-up cost an elderly woman big bucks. After she got nowhere on her own, her daughter called KUSI's Turko Filesa...More>>
    Wednesday, September 17, 2014 - When things are taking far too long and you want results, KUSI's Michael Turko is the man to call. Turko says a San Diego park project that fell through the cracks back in April is now finished, just a few weeks after he opened a file on the case. More positive news to report from the South Bay. Last week Turko showed you how a Green Dot MoneyPak mix-up cost an elderly woman big bucks. After she got nowhere on her own, her daughter called KUSI's Turko Filesa...More>>
  • Full of Holes!

    Full of Holes!

    Monday, September 15, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko opened this file about a huge sinkhole caused by a ruptured storm drain last April. Now Turko says he has new evidence that the county is responsible for the problem and for correcting it.More>>
    Monday, September 15, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko opened this file about a huge sinkhole caused by a ruptured storm drain last April. Now Turko says he has new evidence that the county is responsible for the problem and for correcting it.More>>
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  • SD Restaurant Week Preview with Fogo de Chao

    SD Restaurant Week Preview with Fogo de Chao

     Fogo de Chao, brings in a preview of what they will be serving at San Diego Restaurant Week.  Get ready to have an appetite at this stop, they have everything from gourmet salad bar to large selection of items for the BBQ.  Take a sneak peak to prepare.

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     Fogo de Chao, brings in a preview of what they will be serving at San Diego Restaurant Week.  Get ready to have an appetite at this stop, they have everything from gourmet salad bar to large selection of items for the BBQ.  Take a sneak peak to prepare.

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  • American Diabetes Association

    American Diabetes Association

     American Diabetes Association is having a seminar to address Hispanics & Type 2 Diabetes.  Learn from Dr Patricia Wu, what some of the lifestyle changes are to prevent diabetes.  Also Leticia Moreinos Schwarts discusses her own experience, and how it help her to author her cookbook.

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     American Diabetes Association is having a seminar to address Hispanics & Type 2 Diabetes.  Learn from Dr Patricia Wu, what some of the lifestyle changes are to prevent diabetes.  Also Leticia Moreinos Schwarts discusses her own experience, and how it help her to author her cookbook.

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  • SDPD Officers Leaving & Recruitment

    SDPD Officers Leaving & Recruitment

     San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman give us an inside look at what is happening within the police department trying to retain police officers as they retire or move on.  Listen to find out what some of her solutions are.

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     San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman give us an inside look at what is happening within the police department trying to retain police officers as they retire or move on.  Listen to find out what some of her solutions are.

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