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The incident occurred around 9:50 a.m. on 2nd Avenue near Cedar Street in the Cortez Hill community.
The victim told officers he worried a fight between a man and a woman would turn violent, so he tried to step in
More than 360,000 jobs in San Diego County are either directly or indirectly tied to defense spending, providing a stabilizing effect on the local economy
Seven of the shootings were fatal including an incident that prompted protests in the wake of George Floyd's death
Wastewater coronavirus totals fall in latest report
Gov. Newsom defended constitutionality of law's fee-shifting provision after his attorney general, who argued Texas' law was unconstitutional, refused
Prosecutors say Jade Janks plotted to kill Tom Merriman after she stumbled across hundreds of nude images of herself on his computer; she says she let him sleep off intoxication and found him dead
A regional task force began releasing monthly data in October that compares who became homeless with those who found housing
Two adults and four children got out safely and sheltered at a neighbor's home while firefighters rescued Snoopy, the family cat
The shooting was reported about 11:20 a.m. in the area of Imperial Avenue and Francis Street. The two victims were taken to a hospital.
Eleven years ago this week, the U.S. military formally declared the end of the Iraq War in a ceremony in Baghdad on December 15, 2011.
Prosecutors say Chester Yang, 72, was on the run and arrested in Singapore before he was extradited and booked into the Vista Detention Facility earlier this week
Officials want the "creative city" plan to align arts and culture spending with neighborhood priorities.
Carlsbad facility faces possible temporary shutdown as Poseidon struggles to complete $274 million overhaul to meet state environmental regulations
52-year-old Antwan Baker was arrested Wednesday after he was accused of attacking a 17-year-old girl at a bus stop near Broadway and H Street shortly after 8 a.m., police said.
Monica Montgomery Steppe is taking over budget panel, and Marni Von Wilpert — who cast the lone 'no' vote against the new assignments — will lead a scaled-back public safety committee.
Veterans Village of San Diego is the latest partnership between the city and county of San Diego. Episcopal Community Services will operate the 11-unit facility that will provide shelter and help for 22 homeless people.
The water main broke around 4:45 a.m. on Grove Avenue near Hollister Street; water officials said repair work is underway
Police found the injured victim alone inside an El Cajon motel room on Monday; the family of the 16-year-old girl alerted police after fearing she was dead
San Diego may spend $5 million more on private security guards, partly so they can be trained to handle problems that officials have linked to the library's growing number of homeless patrons.
The review board also voted to forward a recommendation to the department to ensure that safety checks of detainees are conducted hourly, as required under state standards.
The man, identified as John Ray Romero, 58, had been holding what appeared to be a real gun to his head during the Dec. 8 encounter. Officials later determined it was a pellet or BB gun
Daniel Armenta died just after 5 p.m., less than 30 minutes after police found him crawling in the street near a gas station on El Cajon Boulevard
Dawes Eddy, of Spokane, Washington, was found a day after he did not return on time from hiking in the Anza Borrego Desert State Park, authorities said.
If convicted of all charges, Andrew Garcia, 21, faces 43 years to life in prison; The officer, identified in court records as Javier Hernandez, was released from the hospital Wednesday
An appellate court rejected the master-planned community south of Escondido last year based on greenhouse gas emissions. It's the latest of several suburban housing projects halted by environmental groups.
When a local man's car was stolen with his two dogs inside, he went on a manhunt that may have hinged on the thief's distinctive pair of yellow Nike shoes
Gustavo Rojas Salgado, 27, was found guilty of first-degree murder in death of Victor Saul Garcia Jr., 33,
Someone called 911 about 12:10 a.m. after finding Miguel Angel Gonzalez-Valdez injured on a Logan Avenue sidewalk near 17th Street
The crash happened around 5:20 p.m. near the intersection of Friars Road and Morena Boulevard, north of Interstate 8 in the Morena neighborhood.
Around 100 firefighters from San Diego, Heartland and National City departments battled the blaze at the strip mall on Euclid Avenue; it was reported shortly after 4 a.m. as a dumpster fire
Police identified Angel Bojorquez, of San Diego, as the owner of a gray 2010 Nissan Altima that matches the description of one driven by the gunman who killed Eduardo Villasenor, 38, on Oct. 26
Critics say the changes will make beach bonfires too expensive for many and contend an education campaign would have been better than a crackdown.
A a group of construction workers found a body Tuesday morning wedged between a wall and a building in Midtown, police said.
Interfaith Community Services will work with North County colleges to develop programs that allow students to earn on-the-job experience
James Mumper Jr. pleaded not guilty Tuesday to murder in death of El Cajon resident Mateo Castillo early Nov. 12. Another teen boy was stabbed and a third was beaten unconscious in melee among partygoers
Roger Witthoeft Jr., 34, was sentenced for a September 2021 attack on a utility worker, a charge that included a hate crime allegation, and for a January confrontation with a 65-year-old man helping a disabled friend
Set of initiatives aims to spot patterns in overdoses and deliver Naloxone more quickly
Wilkins, 40, and her son Denzel died shortly before 4 p.m. Sept. 25, 2021 after going over the railing to the street below,
The teen was attacked near the intersection of Broadway and H Street shortly after 8 a.m., police said
The defendants were charged in San Diego Superior Court with crimes including kidnapping for the purposes of ransom
The officer in the patrol vehicle and the suspect, a 35-year-old Escondido resident, were taken to a hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening
Al Abdallah takes over as head of the local Urban League in January and vows to continue serving and advocating for under-represented populations
This week in health news, from UC San Diego's Scott LaFee
On Dec. 13, 1967, a powerful storm brought snow to downtown San Diego for the first time since 1949.
Firefighters said they received calls of someone stuck in the river shortly before 8 p.m. near Camino De La Reina and Avenida Del Rio
State law — AB 1506 — prompted the Department of Justice investigation, according to the state attorney general's office
A 37-year-old man was Sunday after deputies say he intentionally started a fire Nov. 19 near the lobby of the Kiva Learning Center for Women and Children at the McAlister Institute
Newly elected Councilmember Kent Lee was inaugurated to replace termed-out Republican Chris Cate.
Ryan Rukstelis is accused of murder in the slaying of Martin Andara, who died at the Old Town Transit Center last New Year's Day