- Nov. 15
Three young men were convicted today of first-degree murder in the death of a college student who was lured to a late-night robbery in Paradise Hills by a Craigslist ad for a laptop computer.
The never-ending round of mayoral debates continues -- with some new twists. Hate groups hang on in San Diego County by changing their message. A local company discovers how to use crowdsourcing to find lost hikers 4,000 miles away.
- Sept. 5
- Midday Edition
The Southern Poverty Law Center has identified 13 hate groups in San Diego County and another 12 which are statewide. An eclectic bunch, they include white racist skinheads, patriot groups, black separatists, anti-immigrant groups, and Christian identity groups.
- April 26
"We're taking it back to basics, teaching guys who have been homeless or in prison the basic responsibilities of life they forget or never learned."
- April 24
The Alpha Project's "Take Back the Streets" program has been transforming lives for more than 20 years.
In 2008, the San Diego Police Department began a series of curfew sweeps in urban neighborhoods in an effort to curb violent crime and protect juveniles. Four years later, voiceofsandiego.org has taken a look at the numbers to find out if the sweeps are doing the job.
- Jan. 31
Services will be held Tuesday night for a 13-year old San Ysidro Middle School student shot and killed over the weekend in Tijuana. He was one of five males killed in what is being called an attack by organized crime.
- Aug. 12
One bill before the state legislature would recognize the role mental manipulation plays in the crime.
- Aug. 9
San Diego County opened a new, expanded probation office in Chula Vista this week. It will serve two purposes.
- June 8
California Attorney General Kamala Harris has announced more than 100 arrests as the culmination of an anti-gang operation in the Central Valley.
- May 18
An SDSU Professor is about to host his 100th student field trip to some of California's toughest prisons. We'll find out why he does it.
- April 28
Federal authorities have indicted 38 people in gang-run prostitution ring in Oceanside. U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy called the operation "modern-day slavery." We'll find out why teen prostitution has been called a growing problem across the country.
- April 20
A free tutoring program helps troubled teens turn their lives around and win scholarships to college.
- April 8
A bill co-sponsored by San Diego-area lawmakers to add pimping, pandering and human trafficking to a list of crimes associated with street gangs will receive its first vetting by an Assembly committee next week.
- March 1
A nationwide crackdown on drug gangs led to 45 arrests in San Diego County, federal authorities said today.