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San Diego police surrounded a hotel in Point Loma Wednesday night after a suspect was shot by an officer, authorities confirmed.
A new study is shedding light on the dark details surrounding the sex trafficking industry across eight cities nationwide, including San Diego, showing just how big of a problem it has become across the county.
Emergency crews came to the rescue Wednesday of a hang-glider who crashed onto a steep sea bluff while flying above Black's Beach and a second man who climbed down the precipice to try to help and got stuck there himself.
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SAN DIEGO A woman killed in a multi-vehicle crash on Interstate 8 over the weekend has been identified.
Orange Avenue is shut down between Marlborough and Central avenues in City Heights as homicide detectives investigate the fatal drive-by shooting in City Heights.
Some Kensington neighbors are on edge tonight after strange encounters in their front yards.
Elexia Delaparra's passion for Mexican artwork brought her to North Little Italy, where her Casa Artelexia collection is on display.
It's a half-scale replica of the Vietnam memorial in Washington, D.C. You can stop by and see the wall at Tuna Harbor Park starting at 3 p.m. on Thursday.
An Escondido man is recovering after a close call with a rattlesnake. It happened Saturday at Hilltop Park in Rancho Penasquitos.
Tonight, March 11 at 7:30 PM, Martinis Above Fourth Table + Stage and Sher Krieger Events are presenting "Leigh Scarritt Presents "Stars of the Future."
The 20-year-old victim and his girlfriend were at Martin Luther King Park on Skyline Drive about 7:30 p.m. when a silver sedan drove by and someone yelled at him, San Diego police said.
Fifteen candidates qualified for the June 3 primary election ballot for San Diego City Council races, the City Clerk's Office announced today.
Last year's 10 percent spike in San Diego Trolley ridership, as reflected in a national report released on Monday, may have as much to do with better counting as more passengers, a spokesman said Monday.