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Bill Harmatz, 79, a thoroughbred jockey who rode Royal Orbit to victory in the 1959 Preakness Stakes, died Thursday at his home in the San Diego County city of Vista, his daughter Sue Harmatz said. He had cancer. Harmatz began racing professionally at...
Imperial Valley Press StaffThe billions of dollars of cuts have raised eyebrows across the state, and local state representatives have weighed in on the debate. A few days after Gov. Jerry Brown proposed drastic cuts Assemblyman Manuel Perez, D-Coachella, and Sen. Juan Vargas, D-...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterSEELEY — Tanya Warner never thought she’d ever own a home but on Nov. 8 she did. Warner would never recommend buying a home in a short sale, which is where the amount paid for a home is less than the balance owed on the property’s loan....
KTLA NewsPLAYA VISTA, Calif. ( KTLA) -- The Los Angeles Police Department is defending officers who fatally shot a man during a struggle, after he stripped and caused an early morning disturbance in the Playa Vista area. Police say 25-year-old Reggie Doucet, a...
CHULA VISTA, Calif. -- A two-and-a-half-year old toddler was slammed into the pavement by his grandmother, who then picked him up and slapped him several times in the parking lot of a convenience store, police alleged. Several witnesses called Chula...
CNSThe husband of a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent has been arrested in Tijuana for allegedly stabbing her to death, it was reported today. Jesus Arteaga Garcia, 30, was sheltered by his sister and parents in Baja California since the murder of...
GLENDALE — With its proximity to a propane company and trains traveling at high speeds, the Doran Street railroad crossing carries the most potential risk for disaster, officials said Thursday. It was because of that distinction that Metrolink...
FOX 5 San Diego ReporterA self-styled "superhero" in Chula Vista is attempting to help in finding a man police have called a serial groper. A man going by the alias of Mr. Xtreme was handing out self-made flyers Thursday with a sketch of the suspect police said has groped at...
Tags: KSWB, Chula Vista, Crime, Law and Justice
Fox 5 San Diego ReporterSAN DIEGO -- A man suspected of robbing a Kearny Mesa bank Tuesday led authorities on a brief chase that ended when a police dog chased him down alongside a South Bay freeway. "Before you even knew what was going on cops were here, helicopters, you...
Tags: Travel, Road Transportation, Crimes, Mountains, California
Area residents joined deputies on Tuesday at the Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station in an effort to help fill local blood banks. A Red Cross bloodmobile remained parked at the station from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. for the local installment of the fifth annual...
CHULA VISTA, Calif. -- Two teenage girls were groped by a stranger in separate incidents in Chula Vista this week, adding to a string of similar unsolved cases that date back to last September, police said Friday. The latest cases involve a 15-year-...
Tags: Crimes, Assault, Chula Vista, Crime, Law and Justice
KTLA NewsHEMET, Calif. -- A Highway Patrol officer got quite a surprise after pulling over a suspected drunken driver near Hemet earlier this week and found a goat riding shotgun. The officer pulled over the vehicle over on Tuesday night near East Mayberry Avenue...
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