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FOX 5 San Diego StaffTwo East County boys were in trouble Monday for repeatedly pointing a laser at a sheriff's helicopter in Lakeside, a deputy said. The boys, 12 and 15, were near Idyl and Lakeview Grenada drives when they were caught about 10 p.m. Sunday night, San...
FOX 5 San Diego StaffThe 32-year-old Mexican national who was shot with a stun gun in a fight with U.S. agents at the San Ysidro border crossing died over the weekend, authorities said Tuesday. The man, Anastacio Hernandez Rojas, died at about 6:10 p.m. Saturday, the San...
Tags: Mexico, Brain, Hospitals and Clinics, Weaponry, Mexico City
FOX 5 San Diego ReporterSAN DIEGO -- It's been strongly encouraged for quite some time and now state law is requiring seventh through 12th-grade students to get vaccinated for pertussis, more commonly known as whooping cough. "There is an epidemic of pertussis or whooping cough...
Negotiations to buy water from a planned desalination plant in Huntington Beach have stopped while Poseidon Resources waits to resolve a similar situation in San Diego County. The Orange County meetings have been on hold since December while the city...
SAN DIEGO - The operator of three San Diego County residential care facilities accused of embezzling nearly $665,000 from two men's bank accounts shortly before and after their deaths must stand trial on charges of financial elder abuse, forgery and other...
Tags: Embezzlement, Chula Vista, Banking, Vista, Corporate Crime
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterWith Valentine's Day two weeks away, hotels are romancing travelers' pocketbooks with Champagne, chocolates, flowers and more. Hand over hundreds for a special package, and it's all yours. Who said money can't buy love? For Southern Californians with...
Tags: Travel, Will Rogers, Holidays, California, Tourism and Leisure
State Rep. Lonnie Napier of Lancaster has opened a political can of worms by introducing a bill in the legislature that proposes random drug testing of those who receive welfare. I support his bill. Those against the idea say it may violate the Fourth...
Los Angeles TimesThere's a lot more than pixie dust swirling through the air at the Disneyland resort as construction crews, excavators and towering cranes work on several new theme-park rides set to debut this summer and beyond. The tandem Anaheim theme parks haven't...
Tags: Television, Travel, Theme Park Vacations, SeaWorld, Buena Park
RANCHO BERNARDO, Calif. -- City Councilman Carl DeMaio Sunday urged San Diego residents to press the mayor and city council to vote against a proposal to pass wholesale water rate hikes through to consumers. DeMaio presented an eight point plan with...
SAN DIEGO -- Nearly $80 million was allocated to San Diego County rail and freeway improvement projects Friday by the California Transportation Commission. The Metropolitan Transit System was awarded $31 million to buy 57 new trolley cars, and $26...
Grapefruit may be the most misunderstood of California's fruits. Excellent locally grown examples are available year-round at farmers markets, but it's also easy to fall for fruit — often similar-looking and grown just a few miles away —...
SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego County Board of Supervisors Wednesday unanimously approved major-use permits for a 341-acre solar energy project near Borrego Springs, despite opposition to the location from environmentalists and some residents. The...
Tags: Elections, California, Renewable Energy, Solar Energy, Politics
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