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  • Emergency shelters open during weekend storm

    Emergency shelters open during weekend storm
    SAN DIEGO -- More than 350 beds in emergency homeless shelters will be opened during the weekend to help protect San Diego's homeless population from the predicted cold and rainy weather, the city announced. The San Diego Police Department's Homeless...
  • Twins set sights on Olympics; Facebook fight continues

    Twins set sights on Olympics; Facebook fight continues
    CHULA VISTA, Calif. -- Most people know of the Winklevoss twins from the movie, "The Social Network" which is nominated for eight academy awards, including best picture, but they prefer to be known for their success on the water, as Olympic rowers....
  • Possible Banksy mural surprises taco shop owner

    Possible Banksy mural surprises taco shop owner
    OCEANSIDE, Calif. -- Whether it's the work of the world's most famous and mysterious graffiti artist  or not, the giant rat on the side of an Oceanside restaurant is drawing lots of attention. Banksy is an anonymous, faceless, British graffiti artist...
  • Luck and coincidence help police nab groper suspect

    Crying as he walked into court, the man Chula Vista police believe committed a series of attacks against women as they walked down the street faced a judge Friday. But 25-year-old Miguel Angel Malacara was not in front of the judge for the attacks that...
  • Small charter school receives millions in funding, criticism

    Small charter school receives millions in funding, criticism
    A small charter school in the Grant Hill area of San Diego applied for and won federal funding amounting to approximately $4 million over three years according to school officials. Because of it's small size, critics have pointed to King Chavez Arts...
  • Sailor shot after high speed chase on base

    Sailor shot after high speed chase on base
    A Navy sailor, suspected of drunk driving, was shot by military police after leading them in a vehicle chase through Naval Base San Diego, authorities said. The guard stopped two sailors at the entry gate of Naval Base San Diego at about 1:30 a.m....
  • Winter lovers delight as snow falls in San Diego

    Winter lovers delight as snow falls in San Diego
    Another late February storm brought several inches of snow to the mountains in San Diego over the weekend. At one point California Highway Patrol shut down lanes on Interstate 8 at Sunrise Highway to allow snow plows to get through. Chains were also...
  • IB church closes its doors after 57 years

    IB church closes its doors after 57 years
    Declining membership and operating costs forced a small church in Imperial Beach to open its doors for the last time Sunday morning, church officials said. Vera Mizell, 87, founded St. Mary's Episcopal Church in 1954. For two years, people met at her...
  • Driver ejected in roll-over crash

    Driver ejected in roll-over crash
    SAN DIEGO -- A man was thrown from his pickup after his truck blew a tire on a freeway near Hillcrest, according to the California Highway Patrol. The crash was reported at 3:35 p.m. on the northbound Interstate 163, just north of University Avenue....
  • Local scientists create artwork from DNA

    Local scientists create artwork from DNA
    CARLSBAD, Calif. -- DNA contains detailed information about our genetic make-up, but it also has the power to create some pretty cool artwork, according to local scientists. Carlsbad scientists Andy Bass and Dean Sauer are taking the molecules and...
  • Flag honoring 9-11 victims unexpectedly stops in SD

    Flag honoring 9-11 victims unexpectedly stops in SD
    The large American flag, known as the patriot flag, made an unscheduled stop in San Diego County Tuesday to undergo repair. The flag is traveling to all 50 states to honor the victims of 9-11. It has visited 28 states so far and was in need of some...
  • Navy missile test rattles San Diego County

    Navy missile test rattles San Diego County
    SAN DIEGO -- The U.S. Navy launched a test missile Tuesday afternoon and it caused quite a stir around San Diego County. The loud 'boom' was heard around 1 p.m. Tuesday and the U.S. Navy confirmed that they caused it. "It was a big boom and small...