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Teen arrested in Canyon Crest Academy online threat

A 16-year-old girl was arrested Friday in connection with a threat made against Canyon Crest Academy in Carmel Valley, one of two San Diego schools that were placed on lockdown because of threats. More>>

Local reaction to President Obama's immigration reform plan Video included

There are about 150,000 undocumented immigrants in San Diego who may be eligible to take advantage of the President Obama's executive order. More>>

Three day walk to end breast cancer Video included

Twenty miles a day, for three straight days. On Friday, walkers began a 60 mile journey to raise money to fight breast cancer. More>>

Unemployment down in San Diego County

The unemployment rate in San Diego County was 5.8 percent last month, 0.1 percent lower than the month before and down from the 7.4 percent recorded at the same time last year, the state Employment Development Department reported Friday. More>>

Teenage suspect in custody in connection with online school threat

A 17-year-old boy was in custody Friday on suspicion of posting an online shooting threat targeting Torrey Pines High School, prompting a several-hour lockdown at the campus. More>>

Local immigrant-rights groups to respond to Obama policy change

Immigrant-rights groups in San Diego will respond  Friday to President Barack Obama's plans to take executive action on immigration to protect millions of people living in the country illegally from deportation. More>>

Trolley from Old Town to Golden Triangle under consideration

An environmental impact report for the extension of the San Diego Trolley's Blue Line from Old Town to UC San Diego and University City received final approval Friday from the San Diego Association of Governments Board of Directors. More>>

Early morning showers cause multiple crashes

A trough of low pressure moving southeast through California brought scattered light showers to San Diego County early Friday, contributing to a greater than normal amount of traffic accidents, authorities said. More>>

House GOP sues Obama administration on health law

House Republicans filed a federal lawsuit Friday accusing the Obama administration of exceeding its constitutional powers in carrying out President Barack Obama's prized health care law, giving legal voice to... More>>

President Obama reveals immigration reform plan

Spurning furious Republicans, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U.S. illegally from deportation and refocus enforcement efforts on "felons, not families." More>>

Rapper awaiting trial for gang related shooting Video included

Police and prosecutors in San Diego say they have to be tough on gang crime, but community members and even some legal experts are raising serious questions about the arrest of a local rapper. More>>

Symphony director will not return after 2016-17 season

Jahja Ling, the acclaimed music director of the San Diego Symphony, announced Thursday that he plans to leave the organization after the 2016-17 season. More>>

'Unstable' man arrested following brief confrontation in Mission Gorge

An apparently mentally unstable man was Tasered by police while being taken into custody in Mission Gorge early Thursday, police said. More>>

Man leads police on crash-filled car chase through El Cajon

A 34-year-old parolee was back behind bars Thursday after he led officers on a car chase in El Cajon during which two noninjury crashes occurred, police said. More>>

University tuition increases adopted in California Video included

The University of California has approved raising tuition by as much as 5 percent in each of the next five years unless the state devotes more money to the 10-campus system. More>>

Mira Mesa man convicted of murder for setting fire that killed mother, sister

A Mira Mesa man was convicted Thursday of murder, attempted murder and arson for setting a fire in his home that killed his mother and sister and sent a male roommate running into the street with just the clothes on his back. More>>

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  • Lives in Jeopardy! & They Got Results!

    Lives in Jeopardy! & They Got Results!

    Thursday, November 20, 2014 - She called KUSI's Michael Turko about a problem at the Wyndham Condos that became a real safety hazard. Turko says part of the building is rotting away and the management company did nothing about it.In addition Turko delivers a success story that's several years in the making. When he opened this file the State Parks Department was somehow unable to buy trash cans with lids for our state beaches and trash was flying everywhere. But a volunteer group working behi...More>>
    Thursday, November 20, 2014 - She called KUSI's Michael Turko about a problem at the Wyndham Condos that became a real safety hazard. Turko says part of the building is rotting away and the management company did nothing about it.In addition Turko delivers a success story that's several years in the making. When he opened this file the State Parks Department was somehow unable to buy trash cans with lids for our state beaches and trash was flying everywhere. But a volunteer group working behi...More>>
  • No Way! & That's Not Enough!

    No Way! & That's Not Enough!

    Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko has been covering new laws that force homeowner's associations to allow homeowners to replace water wasting lawns. But Turko says those laws make no mention of artificial turf and lots of HOA boards are trying to ban it. Now a new development on an SDGE case after Turko exposed a rate plan that left some small businesses paying more than they had to. The power company reached out to six hundred businesses with more information, a hundred and f...More>>
    Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko has been covering new laws that force homeowner's associations to allow homeowners to replace water wasting lawns. But Turko says those laws make no mention of artificial turf and lots of HOA boards are trying to ban it. Now a new development on an SDGE case after Turko exposed a rate plan that left some small businesses paying more than they had to. The power company reached out to six hundred businesses with more information, a hundred and f...More>>
  • Stranded!

    Stranded!

    Monday, November 17, 2014 -She called KUSI's Michael Turko when she ran out of options. Turko says she's been battling a Chula Vista mechanic who's had her car in his shop since early last summer.More>>
    Monday, November 17, 2014 -She called KUSI's Michael Turko when she ran out of options. Turko says she's been battling a Chula Vista mechanic who's had her car in his shop since early last summer.More>>
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  • Game of the Week: Christian 42, La Jolla 38

    Game of the Week: Christian 42, La Jolla 38

    When your star running back starts the night off slow, it can sometimes be a challenge to keep up with your opposition – especially if that opposition features a record-breaking quarterback.

    Luckily for the Christian Patriots, the arm of David Jeremiah was enough to get the win.
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    When your star running back starts the night off slow, it can sometimes be a challenge to keep up with your opposition – especially if that opposition features a record-breaking quarterback.

    Luckily for the Christian Patriots, the arm of David Jeremiah was enough to get the win.
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  • City Game of the Week Preview: St. Augustine 24, Vista 12

    City Game of the Week Preview: St. Augustine 24, Vista 12

    Friday night kicked off the quarterfinal round of the CIF San Diego Section Football Playoffs! The tenacious Vista Panthers visited the dynamic St. Augustine Saints. Both teams finished the regular season 5 – 5, but each played extremely competitive schedules this season. Vista plays in a very strong Avocado – East League, while the Saints played some of the best Southern California football teams....More>>
    Friday night kicked off the quarterfinal round of the CIF San Diego Section Football Playoffs! The tenacious Vista Panthers visited the dynamic St. Augustine Saints. Both teams finished the regular season 5 – 5, but each played extremely competitive schedules this season. Vista plays in a very strong Avocado – East League, while the Saints played some of the best Southern California football teams.... More>>
  • South Bay Game of the Week: Castle Park 31, University City 14

    South Bay Game of the Week: Castle Park 31, University City 14

    The South Bay Playoff Game of the Week features Castle Park hosting University City. Both teams enter tonight's contest with seven victories a piece...by the end of the game Castle Park earns its eighth win of the year by a score of 31-14.More>>
    The South Bay Playoff Game of the Week features Castle Park hosting University City. Both teams enter tonight's contest with seven victories a piece...by the end of the game Castle Park earns its eighth win of the year by a score of 31-14.More>>
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