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California law allows properties to be auctioned off if their owners are five years behind on tax payments. San Diego County will try to recover nearly $7.3 million in unpaid taxes at the auction.
Eight people died of influenza-related causes last week in San Diego County, bringing the "flu season" death toll to 43. Last year, there were 65 flu-related deaths.
Two men accused of funneling more than $500,000 in foreign money into San Diego political campaigns pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a conspiracy charge contained in a federal indictment.
Lottery officials said people often wait to make their claim so they can get their financial affairs in order, or sometimes tuck their tickets in a drawer and forget about them.
On Tuesday and Wednesday, lanes on Interstate 805 will be closed from Orange Avenue and Telegraph Canyon Road in Chula Vista from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
A 13-day streak of increases ended Monday when the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County fell three-tenths of a cent to $3.78.
It's a holiday, so that means parking meters in San Diego will not be enforced but libraries and rec centers are closed.
A once-controversial residential rehabilitation center for wounded veterans is scheduled to open in Old Town on Monday.
Police Saturday sought the public's help in locating a 55-year-old man who suffers from schizophrenia as well as mild dementia, and who was last seen Friday at his Chula Vista board and care facility.
A student from Patrick Henry High School in the San Diego Unified School District died from a suspected meningococcal infection, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency announced.
Nearly 450 lovebirds have tied the knot on Valentine's Day at the four San Diego County Assessor/Recorder/Clerk's offices Friday.
A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled Wednesday morning for Kaiser Permanente's seven-story hospital project in Kearny Mesa.
The proposal seeks to create an entirely new land-use category for food trucks that clarifies where they're allowed to operate and which land-use regulations apply.
UC San Diego continues to contribute among the top schools producing volunteers who embrace the call to make a difference in communities overseas.
Much warmer and drier weather is expected in San Diego County through Friday but there will be another gradual cooling trend beginning this weekend into early next week.
According to previously filed documents, The Hump sold whale sushi to informants posing as customers on three occasions in the fall of 2009 and in early 2010.
The City Council Monday postponed discussion on a proposed City Charter amendment that would allow greater public access to city documents after the City Attorney's Office delivered a memo outlining legal concerns.
The San Diego County Water Authority announced Monday that its Board of Directors will consider calling for stepped-up conservation measures in the face of California's drought.
Gusty winds are expected to blow through San Diego County's mountains and deserts Monday morning, which could lead to difficult driving conditions.
Police officers cited 50 motorists for talking on their cellular phones while driving in Chula Vista on Sunday, and another three who were caught texting.
Both candidates plan to attend campaign events throughout the weekend like holding rallies and walking precincts. Kevin Faulconer generally has led by a small margin in previous surveys, but political observers expect a close election that will be determined by Tuesday's turnout.
Councilman Mark Kersey on Friday announced new funding to start placing automated external defibrillators in San Diego police patrol vehicles.
The hot San Diego real estate market of early 2013, with large monthly increases in prices and homes sold, showed signs of cooling in the fall, and the SDAR figures showed that it continued into January.
Currently serving an almost nine-year sentence for sexually assaulting women while on duty, former San Diego police officer Anthony Arevalos is reportedly seeking a new trial.
The Encinitas Union School District was nominated Thursday to compete in the U.S. Department of Education's Green Ribbon Schools program.
Interim Mayor Todd Gloria on Thursday proposed redirecting $1.9 million in general fund money to programs proved effective in reducing homelessness in San Diego.