Stories by Emily Burns
The musical "Into The Woods" debuted in 1986 at The Old Globe. Twenty-eight years later, it's back at The Globe as a lean, imaginative production by the Fiasco Theater company.
Firefighters moved quickly Sunday afternoon to attack the blaze in the San Diego park from the ground and air. Mission Trails Park should be open Tuesday.
Soaring Spirits International is hosting Camp Widow in San Diego through Sunday.
Twenty high school students are participating in a weeklong boot camp focused on educating them about cybercrime.
Jose Armenta, a retired Marine dog handler, has adopted his military dog Zenit after being wounded in Afghanistan.
A new study by the Caster Family Center For Nonprofit and Philanthropic Research at USD examines the well-being of local nonprofits using data and feedback from their leaders.
Six hospitals in San Diego make up the San Diego Trauma System, which has been working to save lives in the county for 30 years.
Law enforcement officials from throughout San Diego County kicked off a nine-day Southern California torch run Tuesday for the 2014 summer Special Olympics.
Baxter, the therapy dog, visited the San Diego State University library on Tuesday to provide some stress relief for students studying for finals.
Hundreds of businesses, nonprofit organizations and government agencies are set to take part in the 25th annual Earth Fair, sharing environmentally friendly products, services and policies. The event generally draws 60,000 people to Balboa Park.
To mark National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April, sheriff's deputies will have a zero-tolerance policy for drivers using their cellphones.
Federal and local agencies are conducting investigations into charges of police misconduct in the San Diego Police Department.
Gov. Jerry Brown has approved the release of more prisoners who were sentenced to life with the possibility of parole than previous governors. We're going to be looking at the legal considerations and the reaction from victims.
Chris Wenner, a quadriplegic, completed a 400-mile cycling trip to San Diego as part of his preparation for a 10,000-mile cross-country tricycle ride.
- March 12, 2014
- By Emily Burns
A traveling replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial has come to San Diego for people to pay their respects.
- March 3, 2014
- By Emily Burns
Ever wonder what a city proclamation actually is, and where they come from? Want to see all 700 from 2013?
California state legislators plan to introduce a bill on Friday requiring all cell phones in California to have a "kill switch."
San Diego State University students returning to school next week will able to use the school's new LEED platinum Student Union.
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.
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.
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.
San Diego-based Behind the Scenes catering company will supply food for thousands of people at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.