skip to main content

Listen

Read

Watch

Schedules

Programs

Events

Give

Account

Donation Heart Ribbon

Public Safety

Recent Projects

Taking Over San Diego's 'Four Corners Of Death' With Food

Dec. 4
By Claire Trageser
Tease photo

The grass-roots group Urban Collaborative Project will set up a food market Friday evening at the intersection of Imperial and Euclid avenues, sometimes called the "four corners of death" because of the number of homicides that have happened there.

San Diego Rapper Faces Life Sentence For Album

Dec. 4
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
Tease photo

Rapper Brandon Duncan, who goes by the name "Tiny Doo," is on trial today in connection with a string of gang-related shootings. His connection to the alleged crimes: a rap album.

Navy Secretary Revokes Honorary Title For Bill Cosby

Dec. 4
By Beth Ford Roth
Tease photo

As sexual assault allegations against famed comedian Bill Cosby mount, Navy Secretary Ray Mabus announced today the Navy is revoking the title of honorary Chief Petty Officer presented to Cosby in 2011.

San Diego Man Rescued From River After Heavy Rain

Dec. 4
City News Service

A man became stuck in the San Diego River today amid high rain water and clung to a branch to keep from being carried away until emergency crews could rescue him, authorities said.

40 People Rescued From Flash Floods In Riverside

Dec. 4
Associated Press

Authorities now say about 40 people were rescued from vehicles trapped by flash floods in a Southern California community at the tail end of a three-day storm.

Contamination Alert Issued For Southern San Diego Beaches

Dec. 4
City News Service
Tease photo

A contamination alert was in effect in San Diego County today along several miles of ocean shoreline just north of the U.S.- Mexico border.

Protests Erupt In New York After Decision In Chokehold Death

Dec. 4
Associated Press
Tease photo

New York's police commissioner said Thursday that 83 people were arrested in protests that stretched across the city after a grand jury decided not to charge a white police officer in the chokehold death of an unarmed black man.

Fire Causes $300,000 Damage To SDSU Maintenance Building

Dec. 4
City News Service
Tease photo

Crews knocked down a fire on the San Diego State campus early today but not before the blaze caused an estimated $300,000 in damage to a maintenance building and scaffolding and construction materials, authorities said.

Judge Orders Body Of Slain Marine Wife Erin Corwin Released To Her Family

Dec. 3
By Beth Ford Roth
Tease photo

In a San Bernardino County courtroom this week, Judge Rod Cortez ruled that the body of slain Marine wife Erin Corwin could be released to her family - almost four months after searchers recovered her remains in a remote desert mine shaft.

Trial Starts For Camp Pendleton Marine Charged With 3 DUI Deaths

Dec. 3
By Beth Ford Roth
Tease photo

Camp Pendleton Marine Sgt. Jared R. Hale was behind the wheel on Feb. 14, 2012 when his Dodge Stratus slammed into a tree in Dana Point, killing his three passengers - all fellow Pendleton Marines. Prosecutors charged Hale with three felony counts of vehicular manslaughter, and opening statements in the trial begin today.

City College Students Walk Out To Protest Ferguson Decision

Dec. 2
By Megan Burks
Tease photo

About 200 City College students walked out of classes Tuesday. They gathered beneath gray skies to honor slain Ferguson, Missouri, teen Michael Brown.

San Diego Targeting Pot Shops After Guns, Cocaine Found At Dispensary

Dec. 2
By City News Service
Tease photo

San Diego law enforcement leaders said Tuesday they're stepping up efforts to close illegal marijuana dispensaries following a rash of citizen complaints and the discovery of weapons at a shop in the Mount Hope neighborhood.

'Jackass' Star Charged For Anti-SeaWorld Message On I-5 Sign

Dec. 2
By City News Service
Tease photo

Steve-O is charged with an infraction "comparable to speeding or a stop sign violation.”

San Diego’s Harbor Police Department Gets New Training Vessel

Dec. 1
By Dwane Brown
Tease photo

The new $380,000 tactical trainer helps first responders prepare for fires or possible terrorist attacks.

Comparing San Diego Law Enforcement to Ferguson

Dec. 1
By Megan Burks
Tease photo

Locals demonstrating in response to the Ferguson decision said San Diego law enforcement also treat minority communities unfairly. We look at available data on arrests and traffic stops to put that claim to the test.