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"I feel a sense of accomplishment every time someone buys a book. It's an affirmation that people are still reading," says Gene Berkman, owner of Renaissance Book Shop, 3773 Elizabeth St.
2 hrs ago | Santa Ynez Valley Journal
At 1:11 am a deputy was dispatched to a multi-vehicle collision that appeared to reporting parties as a head-on collision in which someone was ejected from a vehicle.
6 hrs ago | NBC San Diego
Instead, the sensor will display a blue light signaling to a deputy stationed nearby when a driver has failed to stop in time.
The summer golf season is upon us, and for many golfers, that means the hunt is on for hot new gear.
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the appointment of Patricia Guerrero and Michael J. Popkins to judgeships in the San Diego County Superior Court.
La Mesa Mayor Art Madrid reported last year that while the city has about 10,000 more residents now than it did 10 years ago, it has fewer employees.
A San Diego County couple who prosecutors say kept a 12-year-old relative as a sex slave and forced laborer have been sentenced to 20 or more years in prison.
Two caregivers convicted of abusing a 23-year-old severely autistic Valley Center man under their care were each sentenced Monday to one year in jail, but will not have to spend any more time behind bars due to credit for time already served.
Burgers, at least on the surface, would seem to have reached a saturation point, what with all the fast-food outlets, casual chains, independents and even fine-dining restaurants looking to capitalize on a beloved American classic.
The following San Diego County residents passed the February 2013 California Bar Examination, according to the State Bar of California.
Cathe Bjorklund shows off the "outrageously feminine" clothes she sells at her store, Up Your Alley, in Temecula.
The sounds of gunfire will ring out Monday at Abraxas High School in Poway as sheriff's deputies, firefighters, school officials and teenage volunteers conduct a drill designed to simulate a school shooting.
Three events in one weekend, banners, murals and utility boxes all have one thing in common, they are all project for, "The Art Kids of San Diego County." Now for those who know about the organization it is a group made up of young artists doing their best to learn visual arts and at the same time use it to beautify the San Diego area.
Melinda Therkalsen, 31, does it for all of the abovea so that she doesn't have to give up her favorite foods: pizza, cake and enchiladas.