Stories by Diana Crofts-Pelayo
Heavy-duty diesel trucks filling the air with dark smoke were inspected at Otay Mesa before entering Mexico today.
Undocumented immigrants applying for permission to remain in the United States under President Obama's new deportation policy should beware of scammers.
Frank De Clercq, president of the San Diego Fire Fighters IAFF Local 145, said he hopes citizens vote no on Proposition B.
Students and advocates against drunk driving press message of safety, caution to student revelers.
Since 1990, Mama’s Kitchen has served free meals to thousands of people battling HIV/AIDS and cancer. Today, the organization located in downtown San Diego. delivered its 6 millionth meal
The Salk Institute is opening its labs tomorrow to more than 200 San Diego County students and teachers to expose their passion for science.
Students, professors and faculty across the nation participated in the National Day of Action for Education, protesting budget cuts and tuition hikes.