Veronica Zaragovia (Las Vegas) is happiest finding stories in remote corners and unlikely places, and she loves to explore Southern Nevada. Her reporting has taken her from South Dakota to Seoul, South Korea, and several places in between. Her reporting includes stories for the Associated Press, the Agence France Presse, KENS 5 (the CBS affiliate in San Antonio, Texas), the In Transit blog of The New York Times and the online PBS NewsHour.
Israel and Hamas are both holding the bodies of those killed on the other side, refusing to release them. They've done so for years and are again using the enemy dead as leverage in the current war.
The Houston-based company hopes to make the first successful commercial landing on the lunar surface. It would also be America's first soft landing in decades.
A man who was shot dead in the region of Alicante, in Spain, is believed to be Maksim Kuzminov, a Russian helicopter pilot who defected to Ukraine last year.
San Diego’s Migrant Welcome Center is set to close Thursday, but what will happen to the people it serves? Leaders in communities that received many of those migrants before are trying to find out.
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A state appeals court this week upheld a multimillion-dollar penalty imposed by a judge against former San Diego-based online school Ashford University and its parent company over allegations that the school gave misleading statements to prospective students.
- City of Carlsbad declares another storm-related emergency
- Chula Vista councilmember resigns, new charges filed in criminal case
- San Diego County in store for less rain than most of Southern California
- Rain, possible flooding, thunderstorms expected in San Diego County this week
- Barrier wall to be constructed where landslide stopped rail service in San Clemente