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The San Diego Tourism Authority and interim Mayor Todd Gloria unveiled a new $12-million tourism marketing campaign on Wednesday.
San Diego State University students returning to school next week will able to use the school's new LEED platinum Student Union.
San Diegans had a chance on Thursday to voice their opinion about proposed changes to bus routes in Mid-City.
San Diego County's unseasonably warm weather and lack of rain has resulted in a red flag warning for fire danger.
U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus spoke to San Diego shipyard workers Thursday about national and local issues impacting the shipbuilding industry.
San Diego Chargers fans are stocking up on team gear in preparation for the AFC Divisional playoff game against the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
County authorities said the upgraded app for Apple and Android mobile devices will have more features for emergency planning.
The Latino Youth Council found at least 28 stores that sell alcohol in the Mid-City area violate state beverage control standards.
A champion surf dog helps military veterans and people with disabilities learn to surf, while also boosting morale and building confidence.
The 23rd annual Port of San Diego Big Bay Balloon Parade drew thousands of visitors and spectators downtown to Harbor Drive on Monday morning.
The San Diego veterans group who erected the cross on Mt. Soledad is planning to challenge a federal judge's ruling that the 43-foot-tall cross must be removed.
San Diego companies and business organizations prepare to fight — at the ballot box — City Council's decision to increase development taxes.
Drug enforcement agents in San Diego County said one-quarter of the 55 indoor marijuana labs discovered in the region this year were extracting hash oil.
Volunteers turned out to refurbish an Alpha Project homes in Logan Heights, which will become the project's first residence for women.
Project Homeless Connect provides medical and dental screenings, California ID cards and haircuts from professional stylists to San Diego's homeless at one-day service fair in downtown.
The Armed Forces YMCA has had a record number of requests for toys this holiday season, and one San Diego toy store is looking to help out by hosting a toy drive.
Sections of the AIDS Memorial Quilt were on display at UC San Diego's World AIDS Day event, where the theme was "getting to zero" — zero new infections, zero stigma and zero HIV-related deaths.
Stores are beginning to open as early as Thanksgiving night to begin the Christmas shopping season. But lots of shoppers still waited until Friday to hunt for deals.
Mama’s Kitchen hopes to sell 5,000 pies donated from San Diego bakeries until noon on Thanksgiving day. Flavors include pecan, pumpkin, apple and Dutch apple.
The 35th annual Chargers Blood Drive drew close to 2,500 people to the Town & Country Convention Center in Mission Valley on Tuesday.
Those red things that look like parking meters you'll see around downtown beginning Monday are actually devices you can use to make donations for the homeless.
CSU San Marcos, UC San Diego and SDSU students teamed up with the Hard Rock Hotel to gather money and nearly 245,000 pounds of food for the San Diego Food Bank as part of the "Colleges Rock Hunger" food drive.
The $7.2 million-project will run between Bay Boulevard and Marina Parkway and connect the marina to the main streets on the west side of Chula Vista.
Douglas Badger, who has been diagnosed with a schizophrenic disorder and sexual sadism, has a history of sexual assaults dating back to 1974.
People from Santa Barbara to San Diego reported seeing fireballs streaking across the sky Wednesday night. Experts say it was likely a meteor shower.
The decades-old problem of smelly bird poop in La Jolla Cove is being replaced by a new problem — smelly sea lion poop.
An outpouring of community support will allow The Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista to keep its doors open after a $200,000 deficit.
Direct Employers, an association of nearly 700 companies, is working to improve the job hunt for military veterans.
The San Diego County Health and Human Services has partnered with local rehab facilities to combat teen drug-use.
San Diego-based Behind the Scenes catering company will supply food for thousands of people at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
A 28-year-old South Bay nature landmark is in danger of closing its doors. Financial pressures may force the Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista to shutdown. The center needs to raise $200,000 by the end of October to remain open.
The Living Coast Discovery Center in Chula Vista will close at the end of the month if it does not raise $200,000.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and free mammogram testing is being offered throughout the county. On Tuesday, the Chargers provided about 100 free mammograms at Qualcomm Stadium.
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency is urging everyone to check your mood this week and get screened for depression.
To encourage people to take a closer look at the impact of these businesses this week was deemed Manufacturing Week by the City of San Diego.
With possible winds up to 50 mph for the inland valleys and even stronger gusts in the mountain and desert areas, front-line fire engines are fully staffed this weekend.
Covered California spokesman says goal is to register 2 million of the 5 million people without health insurance in state.
After 3,200 miles and three pairs of shoes, a San Diego man completes cross-country walk to raise awareness for Meals on Wheels.
The new San Diego Central Library is more than just books and computers, and this weekend, San Diegans can check it out for themselves.
Sleepless San Diego is an annual event bringing the community together to fight homelessness. In its seventh year, it's a way to help the public understand what being homeless is really like.
A 20-year debate may finally be coming to a resolution as a tentative deal is made to clean up the San Diego Bay.
"Two years ago, this place was filled with tents from the Occupy San Diego movement," Paris said. "Today, not a tent in sight.
San Diego is home to the longest serving aircraft carrier in the 20th Century. The USS Midway Museum now honors the legacy of those who served our country. A few hundred of them are gathering this weekend for a big reunion.
Many organizations have chosen to turn 9/11 into a day of service by encouraging people to volunteer. Aimeeleigh Coulter, who suffered a massive brain steam stroke in 2012, is one of those volunteers.
When tourists think of San Diego, beaches and the zoo come to mind but golf is another economic boost to the county, injecting about $2 billion a year.
The exhibit features work by combat veterans who were taught how to turn their anxiety over war into a reflective, therapeutic experience to help them transition back into civilian life.
The rules are meant to keep overly rowdy fans in check at San Diego sporting events.
San Diego's marine research and resources have long been used to educate the world on what's happening below the surface. In La Jolla, a new facility gives scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration a brand new playing field.
Summer gas prices in San Diego county are at the lowest level in almost eight months — a welcome relief for most consumers especially those who drive for a living, like pizza delivery driver Alex Homo.
To prepare for the Winter Games, a luge world champion comes to San Diego to practice in a local wind tunnel facility.