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  • Family displaced after apartment fire

    Family displaced after apartment fire
    SAN DIEGO -- A fire broke out Saturday in an apartment near City Heights that displaced five people and caused about $30,000 in damage, according to San Diego Fire-Rescue Department officials. Fire crews were called out about 10:40 a.m. to the building...
  • Baby In Diaper Found Wandering Brooklyn Streets At 2AM

    Baby In Diaper Found Wandering Brooklyn Streets At 2AM
    A Brooklyn mother was arrested after her 2-year-old girl was found wandering the streets outside their home early Monday wearing just a diaper. According to authorities, the toddler was spotted by a passing driver who pulled over in shock, along Euclid...
  • Arrest made in sex assault near trolley

    Arrest made in sex assault near trolley
    SAN DIEGO - Detectives announced an arrest Thursday of a man suspected of attempted robbery and sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman near a trolley station. San Diego Police Detective Gary Hassen said Joey Hazzard was arrested in connection to the...
  • Facility for homeless families gets an energy-saving makeover

    Facility for homeless families gets an energy-saving makeover
    Historic downtown buildings that house homeless families from Pasadena and Glendale are now showing the planet some love. On Thursday, Union Station Homeless Services unveiled the eco-friendly renovation of Euclid Villa, funded by a $1.18 million Los...
  • Mailbag: Do not widen freeways in Costa Mesa

    Next month, the Costa Mesa City Council will take a formal position regarding the proposed controversial expansion of the San Diego (405) Freeway through Costa Mesa. It is critical for the residents to become educated and speak out about what impact...
  • OCTA will discuss widening 405, 73

    The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) will update the Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday on the agency's efforts to widen the San Diego (405) Freeway and possibly the Corona del Mar (73) Freeway. The projects could impact residential sections...
  • Transportation officials suggest widening 405

    Transportation officials suggest widening 405
    If the Orange County Transportation Authority doesn't widen the San Diego (405) Freeway in Costa Mesa, an existing bottleneck could relocate from Fountain Valley to Costa Mesa, transportation officials said Tuesday. In his update to the Costa Mesa City...
  • Most government offices close to honor Chavez

    Most government offices close to honor Chavez
    SAN DIEGO -- Most local and state government offices will be closed Friday in observance of Cesar Chavez Day. In the city of San Diego, the closures affect libraries, recreation centers and swimming pools. The Miramar Landfill operate on a normal...
  • Woman raped after getting off bus

    Woman raped after getting off bus
    SAN DIEGO -- A 31-year-old woman was attacked and raped by two men when she got off a bus  in San Diego's Barrio Logan neighborhood, police said. The woman told investigators she was grabbed after stepping off a bus at Logan and Sampson avenues around 8:...
  • James Charles Hardick Jr.

    James Charles Hardick Jr.
    James Charles Hardick Jr. 11 Aug 1985 - 5 Apr 2012 Left behind was his wife Jessica, son Connor, daughter Lillie, mother Debbie, father Bob, brother Brandon. In lieu of flowers, we would appreciate funds for Connor’s and Lillie’s college...
  • Suspect's identity sought in trolley sex assault

    Suspect's identity sought in trolley sex assault
    SAN DIEGO – Detectives released a photograph Thursday of a man suspected of attempted robbery and sexually assaulting an 18-year-old woman near a trolley station. The victim was at the trolley station at 400 Euclid Avenue around 3 a.m. Sunday...
  • Castles & Kings Exhibit

    The Children's Museum at La Habra's new fall exhibit, Castles & Kings, invites you to step into a world filled with armor and swords, court jesters, knights, and royal costumes! Learn about village life in the middle ages with hands-on activities...