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Sentencing was scheduled Monday for the former head of the San Marcos Chamber of Commerce who pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $62,000 from the nonprofit organization.
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San Diego County is in the midst of another day of temperatures that are 10-20 degrees above average, with record-setting highs in some areas this afternoon.
A 53-year-old woman died after the car she was in was hit head-on by an SUV driven by tribal public safety worker on the Barona Ranch Indian Reservation, near Ramona.
According to court records, LaTwon Weaver wants documents for his own investigation into what role race may play in how death row cases are decided.
A judge sentenced Keith Barton of La Mesa on Friday. A jury found Barton guilty in January of six felony counts of treating patients without a medical license and several other crimes.
GROUNDWATER WELLS: Limited local groundwater supplies can be maximized by ridding contaminants before being used for drinking water or irrigation.
On March 13, San Diego County Supervisor Bill Horn gave his annual State of North County address.
According to the Carlsbad Police Department, the single-vehicle collision was reported to officers by a passerby just after 4 a.m. near the 2000-block of La Costa Avenue and El Camino Real.
San Diego couples are getting hooked by the books at the new Central Library, as declarations of eternal love are made amidst the sweeping views of the city and bay from its ninth floor.
Half Union STreet fenced off downtown, Friday, C Street to B Street, the county's onstruction team ended its first week of work on clearing out the old buildings, concrete, and pavement on the lot a new 22 story Superior Court will stand.
The County of San Diego is getting tougher on nursing homes and elder care facilities that provide inadequate care to older and vulnerable adults.
Cole has cashed enough six-figure contest checks and done well enough from shoe deals to afford a nice lifestyle for his family in a million-dollar house hidden away in a hilly, rural area of northern San Diego County, where rattlesnakes occasionally slither onto the property and coyotes howl at night.
Authorities were on the lookout Friday for a man who disguised his face by wearing a brown burlap sack with eye holes cut into it while robbing a Carlsbad bank.
A man's death while in Border Patrol custody on Christmas Day is leading to new concerns about accountability and transparency for the agency.
Michael Carroll, a British lottery winner who may be one of the best examples of what not to do with your windfall, has resurfaced working in a cookie factory in Scotland.
A woman who walked away from a misdemeanor jail sentence in Michigan in 1977, but went back and cleared up her record, spent five weeks in a San Diego jail until her record was once again cleared up Friday.