Stories for September 2, 2011
The young children of USS Ronald Reagan Chief Warrant Officer 3 Dwight Koller did not expect to see their dad until the end of the month. But yesterday Dad pulled off quite a surprise for sons 5-year-old David and 6-year-old Dwight Jr., and Dwight Jr.’s twin sister Frankie-Ray.
A monument honoring prisoners of war was unveiled yesterday at the Miramar National Cemetery.
Officials say the death of the man's son the same week was from an accidental fall; sheriff says science best witness in the case.
If you're planning to spend time in the Cleveland National Forest during the holiday weekend, fire restrictions have been moved to "Elevated" due to hot temperatures and dry vegetation.
On average, suicide claims the life of one San Diegan every day of the year. County health officials are urging people to learn some of the warning signs.
Authorities are expected to announce today that a woman found dead inside her boyfriend's historic Coronado mansion committed suicide.
Employers stopped adding jobs in August, an alarming setback for an economy that has struggled to grow and might be at risk of another recession.
Two major projects in San Diego’s North County suffered set backs this week. Now both the Gregory Canyon Landfill and the Liberty Quarry are attracting money from Indian casinos to protect sacred Indian sites.