Stories for November 29, 2013
A Salvation Army officer plans to skydive Saturday to raise awareness of the need for holiday assistance in northern San Diego County.
Kidnapped as a teen in 2002, Elizabeth Smart spent much of her captivity in Lakeside.
The San Diego County Sheriff's Department will increase its patrols around the county's shopping centers for its annual "Holiday Watch" program.
Following an investigation by KPBS media partner 10News on broken fire alarms in a San Diego school district, the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department is taking action.
Feeling extra American this week? Wanna keep that post-turkey glow going? Well, how about a very American beverage: cider?
In the American criminal justice system, you have the right to an attorney. And if you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you.
Many small towns across the country are using special events to attract visitors and commerce. The strategy has been a big hit in places like Aspen, Colo., and Park City, Utah, whose names have become synonymous with major festivals.
President Obama visited immigration activists in Washington on Friday, telling them there was still time for the House to pass legislation that would overhaul the nation's immigration system.
What's open and what's closed on the day after Thanksgiving?
Jacob Montgomery's apartment was destroyed when a tornado ripped through Washington, Ill., on Nov. 17.
A man faces felony charges after making a fake bomb threat that prompted the closure of a San Diego County interstate.
Unless Congress acts quickly, taking mass transit to work is about to get more expensive for some people.
Black Friday -- the day on which Christmas shopping starts in earnest for many Americans -- may have started on Thanksgiving Day this year, but it gave many shoppers extra time to hunt for deals.