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  • Christmas toy donations way down

    Christmas toy donations way down
    Toy donations for needy families are down around the county, worrying organizations hoping to spread holiday cheer. A walk around The Salvation Army distribution center in Escondido shows how dire the need is. "Over here, this is it for the two and...
  • Community comes out for toddler hit by drunken teen

    Community comes out for toddler hit by drunken teen
    A community came together Tuesday to raise money for an 18-month-old boy, who had his skull separated from his spine and remains at a hospital after being struck by a drunk teen driver. Lucy Verde and Jacob Wallis attended Tuesday's fundraiser in honor...
  • Local boy makes good

    Local boy makes good
    Chula Vista native Tom Waits will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March, it was announced Wednesday. Waits, a Grammy-Award-winning gravelly voiced singer/songwriter, is a graduate of Chula Vista's Hilltop High School. He started his...
  • $20K offered for 'Geezer Bandit' tips

    $20K offered for 'Geezer Bandit' tips
    Authorities upped the ante Wednesday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the serial bank robber dubbed the "Geezer Bandit." The FBI and several other banks have combined their offering to $20,000. The crook is believed to be...
  • Needy families get Christmas presents thanks to Father Joe

    Needy families get Christmas presents thanks to Father Joe
    Some needy families were offered help this holiday season thanks to Father Joe Carroll and the opening of Santa's Workshop at St. Vincent de Paul Wednesday. Homeless parents were able to pick donated gifts from the workshop's store to give their children...
  • Dec. 15 most dangerous driving day of the year

    Dec. 15 most dangerous driving day of the year
    If you drove around on December 15th, without getting into an crash, consider yourself lucky. It may be the most wonderful time of the year, but according to recent statistics, it's the most dangerous day to drive of the year. According to data gathered...
  • This woman knows what it takes to be Santa

    This woman knows what it takes to be Santa
    What does it take to be Santa Claus? The owner of a Kearny Mesa children's entertainment business with more than 70 character costumes and nearly 30 years of experience knows that answer. "I've been doing Santa's forever and a day and every year it is...
  • Actor gets 12 years to life for stabbing ex-girlfriend

    Actor gets 12 years to life for stabbing ex-girlfriend
    VISTA, Calif. -- A character actor who stabbed his on-and-off girlfriend more than 20 times was sentenced to 12 years to life in prison Thursday.  Shelley Malil, 45, -- who played an electronics store clerk in "The 40-Year-Old Virgin'' -- was convicted...
  • Karate instructor faces new child molestation evidence

    Karate instructor faces new child molestation evidence
    At a readiness conference hearing, accused child molestor and former La Mesa karate instructor Eric Protas faced new evidence. "Mr. Protas has compared himself to Jesus, and talked about having in his accuser, his own Judas," said Deputy District...
  • Deaf hospital landscaper spreads joy one bouquet at a time

    Deaf hospital landscaper spreads joy one bouquet at a time
    He's deaf and mute but a local hospital landscaper still manages to convey volumes to some San Diego hospital patients. Arturo Reyes has been gardening at Sharp Grossmont Hospital for 25 years. "He never had much involvement with either staff or any...
  • National City Santa needs help

    National City Santa needs help
    It's that time of year again. The annual tradition, "Christmas for kids" is held at Frank and Charlene King's home in National City. Every year, for four decades, the King's give disadvantage kids a Christmas. Each kid gets to pick out their own bike....
  • Escondido police receive new bulletproof vests

    Escondido police receive new bulletproof vests
    It's a police officer's last line of defense. And for the Escondido Police Department new bulletproof vests will protect them when it counts the most. "Any damage that might've been done before, hopefully that's going to change," said officer Scott...