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San Diego water officials are upset over rate hikes of 10 perent over the next two years approved by the Metropolitan Water District.
Eastbound lanes on SR 94 near downtown San Diego have been blocked off because an apparently suicidal person is threatening to jump from the 30th Street Bridge over the freeway, according to police.
A Metropolitan Transit System bus rider who was recently diagnosed with tuberculosis may have exposed others to the disease, the county's Health and Human Services Agency reported today.
A warming trend will begin in San Diego County today, sending temperatures in parts of the region soaring to 100 and above.
One of two men charged in the shooting deaths of two San Diego-based sailors in Otay Mesa nearly 18 years ago when he was 17 years old is unfit for prosecution in Juvenile Court and will be tried as an adult, a judge ruled today.
SDPD Officer David Hall confirmed dead from self-inflicted gunshot wound.
At least 10 Oceanside residents have fallen prey over the last week to a telephone scam in which a crook gets the victim to wire him cash by posing as a grandchild in financial straits abroad, police advised today.
Investigators determined arson was the cause of the blaze, which firefighters expect to have under control by Saturday.
The fire, which started about five miles east of Warner Springs, continues to expand to the east and northwest, although eastward movement has slowed considerably.
Johnny Silva was 8 years old on March 15, 2008, when he was shot in the knee by off-duty San Diego police Officer Frank White. The $500,000 settlement was unanimously approved by the San Diego City Council without comment.
Six firefighters have suffered minor injuries and one outbuilding has been destroyed since the fire broke out late Thursday roughly five miles east of Warner Springs.
The fire was 40 percent contained Sunday and the cause remains under investigation.
Woman tells ABC News her sister seemed happy with mansion owner Jonah Schaknai.
The San Diego City Council unanimously approved a plan to pay about $70 million to keep its redevelopment agencies. The vote came as opponents filed a lawsuit to overturn the new state law requiring the payment.
Interstate-5 is closed between Interstate 805 and State Route 52 by brush fire.
Public-safety officials want to change criteria for take-home city vehicles in order to save money.
A man who manufactured bombs and stored large amounts of explosives in his rented home in North County, which had to be destroyed, was sentenced today to 30 years in federal prison.
The man alerted the California Highway Patrol Wednesday morning to the additional shooting on state Route 163, near state Route 52, in Kearny Mesa.
The explosive device was found in the chimney of a Bay Terraces home. No injuries have been reported.
A sex offender charged with raping and killing a 17-year-old Poway High School senior is scheduled for court hearing today.
Sheriff Bill Gore warned today about a scam in San Diego County regarding the collection of prescription drugs.
The unemployment rate in San Diego County rose to 11 percent in March, up from a revised 10.7 percent the previous month, the California Employment Development Department reported today.
A memorial was scheduled today for an emergency medical technician struck and killed on a rain-soaked state Route 163, while tending to two separate accidents.
A 945-kilowatt solar system that was switched on today will provide enough energy to run the pumps at the Otay Mesa water treatment plant during the day.
The agency that manages the state's electrical-service grid blamed its own personnel today for a blackout that left roughly a quarter-million San Diego County homes and businesses without power for about 45 minutes last week.
Former Atlanta Braves and San Diego Padres second baseman Marcus Giles pleaded guilty today to a misdemeanor battery charge for assaulting his wife in El Cajon last fall.
Registered sex offender John Albert Gardner III, the man charged in the death of Poway teen Chelsea King, allegedly hid a MySpace page from state prison officials while under their supervision, it was reported Thursday.
Up to 5,536 homes and businesses in the North County were without power today following two outages, according to San Diego Gas & Electric.
San Diego and Los Angeles were the only large metropolitan areas to show an increase in housing prices in January 2010 over December 2009, and among the few to post significant gains over the previous year, according to a Standard & Poor's report released today.