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For San Diego residents without curbside trash service, Christmas trees can be recycled at 16 drop-off locations throughout the city.
Actress Elizabeth Banks will help light what's billed as the world's largest Lego Christmas tree at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday in Carlsbad.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled Tuesday afternoon for the new 118,500-square-foot San Diego County Registrar of Voters building.
According to the San Diego Chargers' official Twitter account, around 4,500 tickets remain unsold for the next home game on Sunday against the New York Giants.
Tearful family members bid goodbye to the USS Howard's 320 officers and enlisted sailors, who are leaving just as the holiday season gets underway.
The positions were created when the San Diego City Council approved a reorganization of the mayor's office last month.
The first of six mayoral forum of the runoff campaign between San Diego City Councilmen David Alvarez and Kevin Faulconer will take place on Tuesday in Rancho Bernardo.
Around 600 volunteers are required to pull off the eighth Project Homeless Connect, scheduled for Dec. 4 at Golden Hall, but only 311 have signed up so far.
Housing prices in San Diego have risen at the third-fastest rate in the country over the last 14 years, trailing only Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.
A broken water main in Oceanside created a sinkhole that caused an adjacent sewage pipe to rupture and begin overflowing Monday morning into a Carlsbad lake.
A global businessman at the heart of a multimillion-dollar Navy bribery case has been ordered held without bail after a prosecutor argued that he was an extreme flight risk.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose one-tenth of a cent Monday after sinking to its lowest price this year.
Weather permitting, crews will shut down Interstate 15 between Mira Mesa Boulevard and Carroll Canyon Road from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. on at least two consecutive nights, starting Sunday.
The new agreement will provide the Tourism Marketing District with an extra $6 million to use for promotion, with $4 million held back to establish a reserve account.
A Navy commander charged with accepting the services of prostitutes, luxury travel and $100,000 in cash from a foreign defense contractor in exchange for classified information was given a Dec. 5 arraignment date.
North River Road between Stallion and Sleeping Indian drives in Oceanside is closed until further notice due to a large sinkhole caused by a water main break.
After extinguishing the flames, fire fighters discovered a cannabis-cultivation setup powered by an illicit power connection to a nearby utility pole.
Six schoolchildren in San Diego County were reported this week to have whooping cough, and all but one were up-to-date on their immunizations, according to county officials.
FBI agents served a search warrant at the offices of Balboa Ambulance in El Cajon this morning. A court order prohibits the government from publicly disclosing details about the case.
Homicide detectives Tuesday investigated the death of a 16-year-old boy who apparently drank a lethal amount of methamphetamine-laced liquid while attempting to cross into the country at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.
Eastbound state Route 52 from Convoy Street to Kearny Villa Road is scheduled to close Tuesday and Wednesday night for paving and striping.
The dropping pump prices are the result of lower wholesale prices and the Nov. 1 switch to winter blend gasoline, which costs less to produce.
Delta Air Lines announced Monday it will start a daily nonstop commuter flight between San Diego and Seattle beginning next June.
Two teenagers were jailed Monday on suspicion of being responsible for more than 900 graffiti crimes that have plagued the city of Vista. Combined, costs related to the vandalism totaled about $275,000.
The city of San Diego is on pace to take in $18 million more than it spends this fiscal year, based on city financial activity in the first quarter.
Furniture, mattresses and appliances will be accepted, along with electronics, metals, yard waste, fluorescent light bulbs and household batteries on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Timothy Mark Brachmanis pleaded guilty in August to three counts of grand theft and a tax code violation and admitted an aggravated white-collar crime enhancement.
Special cheering stations will be set up along the 60-mile route to urge the fund raisers on. Walkers were set to complete the first day in Pacific Beach.
The USS Preble and its crew of 300 departed its San Diego home port April 19 and will be back Monday after a seven-month deployment.
According to a recent report on arrest rates in San Diego County, 35 adults per 1,000 in the county were booked for a crime in 2012, compared to 43.7 per thousand in 2003.
Wells had been filling the mayoral duties on an interim basis since Mark Lewis stepped down after making controversial remarks about El Cajon's substantial Chaldean population.
The 9-year-old said he had managed to break free from the assailant's grasp and escape, only to admit several hours later the abduction attempt had not occurred.
The city's Water Utilities Department has proposed hiking rates by 7.25 percent in calendar year 2014 and by up to 7.5 percent the following year. Water rates in San Diego were last raised two years ago.