Stories by Ed Joyce
Two environmental groups say cigarette butts were the most prevalent kind of litter on San Diego's beach again last year, and the problem is getting worse.
A man who owns a sportfishing business in Mexico says Dorado and other species are being caught and imported into the U.S. illegally.
The battle over fireworks events in the City of San Diego is heating up again.
County farmers are working to protect their crops from expected temperatures in the 20s and 30s tonight and tomorrow.
The gusty winds in the weather forecast for San Diego County, and much of Southern California, are increasing the risk of wildfire.
Starting Wednesday night, high winds out of the northeast are expected to whip across much of Southern California including San Diego County.
A dead fin whale that wash ashore in Point Loma on Nov. 19 was towed out to sea on Friday.
Pouring leftover cooking oil, fats or grease down kitchen sinks or drains clogs pipes. The material should be saved and recycled.
Is the San Diego Police Department letting the public know about danger in their neighborhoods in a timely manner?
A judge has ruled a wife owes her ex-husband support money and a lump sum in cash payments. Not that unusual. But the husband is in prison, convicted for sexually assaulting the wife. How can this be? Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher with the 10News I-Team joins us to explain.
The California Department of Corrections funds a training program for non-violent prisoners and it has an amazing success rate. Those who graduate have less than a 3 percent recidivism rate.
The San Diego Association of Governments is trying to get more solo drivers to use express lanes on Interstate-15 in San Diego.
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