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March is National Nutrition Month Video included

March is the start of National Nutrition Month. More>>

Kensington Video shuts doors after more than 30 years of business Video included

What Blockbuster couldn't do and what Hollywood Video couldn't do, Kensington Video did, outlasting all the big boy of the video rental world. More>>

New heart care center opens in La Jolla Video included

Scripps is celebrating the grand opening of a new state of the art heart care center. More>>

Heavy snowfall expected in San Diego County mountains

Heavy snowfall could be possible Saturday night in some areas in San Diego County's mountains already buffeted by strong, gusty winds. More>>

Search for missing hiker put on hold Saturday

The search for a missing hiker who disappeared in a wilderness area east of Palomar Mountain during a solo trek on the southern end of the Mexico-to-Canada Pacific Crest Trail was on hold Saturday. More>>

Senator proposes Qualcomm be used by San Diego State University Video included

Whether the Chargers stay in San Diego or head north, questions remain on what will happen to the Qualcomm Stadium site. More>>

Possible stadium site where El Cajon Speedway used to be Video included

Finding a new location for a new Chargers stadium is proving to be difficult. More>>

Nearly 16 tons of pot seized at Otay Mesa Port of Entry

The seizure of nearly 16 tons of marijuana found stuffed in a big rig that entered Otay Mesa Port of Entry this week was the largest-ever drug bust at the facility and second-biggest to occur at any border crossing in the nation, federal officials said Friday. More>>

Local business man to help keep Raiders in Oakland Video included

Pressure is mounting as both the Chargers and the Raiders look ahead to the possibility of moving to Carson. More>>

Boy dies after being hit by vehicle Video included

A second-grader struck by a car on an El Cajon street while his mother and sister looked on died at a hospital early Friday, about nine hours after the accident. More>>

Gas prices see largest jump since 2012

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County Friday recorded its largest daily increase since Oct. 6, 2012, rising 12.3 cents to $3.326, its highest amount since Nov. 1. More>>

Coaster service celebrating 20th anniversary

The North County Transit District Friday will begin celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Coaster train service. More>>

FCC decides rules for Net Neutrality Video included

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to approve new Internet rules and regulations to make sure that all traffic on the Internet is treated equally. More>>

Chargers chat online Video included

In the frenzy over the Chargers announcement that the team is partnering with the Raiders to build a stadium in Carson, the mayor, the Chargers, city officials, and the advisory group have all spoken about the issue. More>>

San Marcos domestic violence suspect facing arraignment

Arraignment is scheduled Friday for a man accused of committing domestic violence and sexual battery at an apartment in San Marcos. More>>

Net Neutrality Wins: Regulators approve tougher rules for Internet providers

© (AP) Federal Communication Commission (FCC) ChairmanTom Wheeler, center, joins hands with FCC Commissioners Mignon Clyburn, left, and Jessica Rosenworcel, before the start of their open hearing in Washington. © (AP) Federal Communication Commission (FCC) ChairmanTom Wheeler, center, joins hands with FCC Commissioners Mignon Clyburn, left, and Jessica Rosenworcel, before the start of their open hearing in Washington.

Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile now must act in the "public interest" when providing a mobile connection to your home or phone, under rules approved Thursday by a divided Federal Communications Commission. More>>

New report: Black and Hispanic drivers pulled over more by SDPD Video included

Black and Hispanic drivers are being pulled over by San Diego Police disproportionately more than white and Asian drivers. More>>

Violent crime is up in some parts of San Diego Video included

Crime is down in most parts of the city, but for thousands of people living in three San Diego neighborhoods, the opposite is true. More>>

Five years since disappearance of Chelsea King Video included

Wednesday was the five year anniversary of the disappearance of Chelsea King. More>>

ABC's teach life lessons Video included

The ABC's mean something different to these school kids. It's a prevention program that teaches kids to say 'no' to making bad choices and it's helping them deliver a knock-out punch to gangs and rugs. More>>

Inglewood City Council votes to fast-track stadium project Video included

The City Council in Inglewood voted last night to fast-track the stadium project proposed by Rams owner Stan Kroenke. More>>

Padres chairman: It was time to make changes

The new-look San Diego Padres are together on the field for the first time. And their front office is thrilled with their whirlwind offseason. More>>

San Diego flu deaths rise to 62

Eight more people died of influenza-related causes in the San Diego area last week, bringing the toll for this "flu season" to 62, the county Health and Human Services Agency reported Wednesday. More>>

San Marcos domestic violence suspect arrested

A 37-year-old man was in custody Wednesday for committing domestic violence and sexual battery at an apartment in San Marcos, authorities said. More>>

Chelsea's Light to release tribute song to Chelsea King

A legislative-reform agency created in memory of slain Poway High School senior Chelsea King will mark Wednesday's fifth anniversary of her murder by releasing a musical tribute penned by a local singer-songwriter. More>>

Eddie Ray Routh found guilty in death of "American Sniper", Chris Kyle

A former Marine was convicted Tuesday in the deaths of the "American Sniper" author and another man at a shooting range two years ago, as jurors rejected defense arguments that he was insane and suffered from psychosis. More>>

City Council resolution affirms its support to keep Chargers in San Diego Video included

A resolution in which the City Council affirmed its support for keeping the Chargers in San Diego passed on an 8-0 vote. More>>

Equal pay legislation introduced in California Video included

There is a big disparity in California between what men and woman make, for doing the same job. More>>

Woman who stole CHP cruiser sentenced

A woman who stole a California Highway Patrol cruiser while handcuffed, setting off a police chase that ended when she crashed the vehicle into two cars in Mission Valley, was sentenced Tuesday to four years and eight months in state prison. More>>

California agency votes to lower gas tax by 6 cents

The California gas tax is falling six cents this summer because of lower gas prices. More>>

California's plastic-bag ban heading to voters in 2016

The secretary of state's office says a referendum seeking to repeal California's statewide ban on plastic bags has qualified for the November 2016 ballot. More>>

Preliminary hearing set for Kraska shooting suspect

An April 30 preliminary hearing date was set Tuesday for a house painter accused of ambushing and repeatedly shooting CBS News 8 sports director Kyle Kraska in front of his Scripps Ranch home earlier this month. More>>

City Council to hear proposed Chargers resolution

A proposed resolution, which states that the city is still fully committed to keeping the Chargers in San Diego, will be taken up by the City Council on Tuesday. More>>

A new Chargers Stadium: announcement spurs action Video included

A deal with the Oakland Raiders to buy land and build a new stadium near Los Angeles may be the best thing that could have happened for Chargers fans in San Diego. More>>

LaDanian Tomlinson returns to San Diego Video included

The 69th edition of Breitbard Salute to Champions was going to be a big deal the moment news broke that LaDanian Tomlinson was a 2015 inductee. More>>

San Diego City Council votes in favor of 'One Paseo' Video included

Council members voted 7 to 2 in favor of the multi-million dollar Carmel Valley Development Project late Monday evening. More>>

City Council President Sherri Lightner speaks against the approved 'One Paseo' project

San Diego City Councilmember Sherri Lightner  issued the following statement in response to the Approval of the One Paseo Development Project Monday night.. More>>

35 beagles rescued from suspected hoarder Video included

Some 35 beagles from puppies to adults were surrendered to the Rancho Coastal Humane Society and are ready to be adopted. More>>

Karate instructor sentence for sexually assaulting teen Video included

A karate instructor, who molested a teenage boy at his Tierrasanta Martial Arts studio, learned his fate in court Monday. More>>

Sheriff Joe Arpaio fights against Obama's amnesty program

Federal courts in Texas filed a legal brief warning U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen that if he decides to allow President Obama's amnesty program to move forward, it could cost U.S. taxpayers $144 billion. More>>

'Still Alice' Oscar win puts Alzheimer's in national spotlight Video included

A well-known actress took home a statuette Sunday night for her portrayal of a woman struggling to remain herself as her memory slowly goes away. More>>

System brings small rainfall for San Diego

A storm that moved over the San Diego area Sunday let loose with more scattered showers Monday morning before starting to break up and drift off to the east. More>>

San Diego's economy on the rise

San Diego's gross domestic product should rise 3 percent this year, outpacing both the state and national economies, according to a report released Monday by the National University System Institute for Policy Research. More>>

Mayor Faulconer and Dean Spanos meet over Chargers stadium Video included

San Diego's mayor unveiled a fast-tracked deadline for a local committee to come up with viable plans for a new NFL stadium, lest the San Diego Chargers move in with the Oakland Raiders in a new stadium in a Los Angeles suburb. More>>

The San Diego Gulls have arrived

While many Chargers fans are worried the team could move out of San Diego, over the weekend, the city welcomed a new hockey team. San Diego now has a professional hockey team and it is the San Diego Gulls.  More>>

La Jolla High School vandalized

Students and faculty who attend La Jolla High School woke up to a big mess Monday morning after someone vandalized the school on Sunday. More>>

Woman suspected of DUI arrested after fleeing from police

A 54-year-old woman was in custody Monday on suspicion of driving drunk and fleeing from authorities in Bonita until her vehicle caught fire and she was rescued by two deputies, authorities said. More>>

Al-Shabaab released video calling for attacks on American and Canadian malls

A terror threat on U.S. Soil. Somalia-based Al-Shabaab released a video Saturday calling for attacks on malls in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. More>>

San Diego marines potentially called back to Iraq Video included

"U.S. Marines on the ground in Iraq as ISIS burns 45 alive", a chilling headline making the media rounds this weekend, a headline that raises the question of the possibility of American troops having to hit the ground in Iraq to put an end to the ISIS atrocities. More>>

Mayor remains optimistic Chargers will stay in San Diego Video included

Mayor Kevin Faulconer has only been mayor for a few months, but he remains optimistic to resolving the issue of keeping the Chargers in San Diego. More>>

Economic impact of losing the Chargers Video included

Money is a big part of the debate over how to keep the Chargers in San Diego. More>>

The death of a baby gives one man a reason to live Video included

Harold Sherman is a recovering alcoholic and drug addict who was thrown into the national spotlight when he found the body of a murdered infant while he was combing through an Imperial Beach dumpster looking for cans. More>>

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  • Sixteen Months!

    Sixteen Months!

    Wednesday, February 25, 2015 -We all know what happens after you have a major health care event, you get a bill you can't understand. Most of us just pay it but here's a case where a young woman's been trying to sort out the hospital bill for her daughter's birth for over sixteen months!More>>
    Wednesday, February 25, 2015 -We all know what happens after you have a major health care event, you get a bill you can't understand. Most of us just pay it but here's a case where a young woman's been trying to sort out the hospital bill for her daughter's birth for over sixteen months!More>>
  • Get the Message!

    Get the Message!

    Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - He called KUSI's Michael Turko when his HOA refused to consider the homeowner's plan to conserve water. Turko says it's a case of politics making strange-bedfellows for a worthy cause.More>>
    Tuesday, February 24, 2015 - He called KUSI's Michael Turko when his HOA refused to consider the homeowner's plan to conserve water. Turko says it's a case of politics making strange-bedfellows for a worthy cause.More>>
  • Dirty Pool!

    Dirty Pool!

    Monday, February 23, 2015 -They called KUSI's Michael Turko about new plans from a developer they've been battling for years. The developer is now proposing high density housing on vacant land once featured on Turko's Wall of Shame.More>>
    Monday, February 23, 2015 -They called KUSI's Michael Turko about new plans from a developer they've been battling for years. The developer is now proposing high density housing on vacant land once featured on Turko's Wall of Shame.More>>
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