- March 24
- Midday Edition
After a two-week non-jury trial, Judge Howard Shore ruled that the girl, now 14, intentionally set a fire in her backyard last May 13 then set another blaze the next day in her neighbor's backyard that sent an ember nearly a half- mile to spark the Cocos fire.
- March 24
A brush fire erupted off F Street near northbound Interstate 5 in Chula Vista Tuesday morning, slowing the morning commute in the area.
- March 9
Preparations include hiring seasonal firefighters, which has happened earlier than normal this year.
- March 5
Investigators sought Thursday to determine who set a series of small arson fires along in a City Heights neighborhood overnight.
- Feb. 25
Many city of San Diego departments have incomplete emergency plans. The city's Office of Homeland Security is working to update those plans, but changes won't come until after this summer.
- Feb. 24
An audit released last summer found that many San Diego city departments had outdated or inaccurate information in their plans for what to do in case of an emergency. Now the city is working to update its plans.
- Feb. 9
An atmospheric river of rain drenched Northern California over the weekend, but San Diego remains in the grips of a historic drought — receiving less than half of an inch of precipitation since Jan. 1.
- Feb. 2
A groundbreaking for the $400,000 project took place Monday. The temporary station will serve as a placeholder until a permanent facility can be built for the neighborhood.
- Jan. 27
Nearly four years after a respected consultant issued recommendations for improving the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, few of the ideas have been carried out.
- Jan. 6
The blaze erupted shortly after 10 a.m. in a seventh-floor utility room in the 25-story structure in the 1000 block of Second Avenue in downtown San Diego.
- Dec. 16
The city of San Diego’s two nighttime flying helicopters are available to the entire county for firefighting and rescues under a new deal between the two governments.
- Dec. 8
Brush pile burns scheduled to begin Monday morning in San Diego Country Estates near Ramona are expected to send smoke into the air that may be visible in surrounding areas.
- Dec. 5
A lawsuit over a deadly 2012 police shooting is given life by a federal judge. The city's "mandatory" water restrictions have no teeth, as yet. And the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department is trying two-person crews to improve response times — over objections.
- Dec. 1
The new $380,000 tactical trainer helps first responders prepare for fires or possible terrorist attacks.
- Nov. 26
A red flag warning is in effect for inland valley and mountain areas until 6 p.m. Wednesday because of strong winds coupled with single-digit humidity levels.
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