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  • Woman injured in stunt with rental car

    Woman injured in stunt with rental car
    A woman was injured Monday morning when she and two companions were playing a game with a rented vehicle in Carlsbad. Neil Tillman, 29, was attempting a stunt called ''ghost riding,'' in which the driver exits and then re-enters a moving car. Tillman...
  • Gas Company monitoring LCF pipelines

    As investigators continue to decipher the cause of the Sept. 9 pipeline explosion in San Bruno, Calif., the Southern California Gas Company is enhancing an already extensive list of safety procedures to ensure such an accident does not occur locally,...
  • Jailed inmate accused of 100 North County burglaries

    Jailed inmate accused of 100 North County burglaries
    An Oceanside man already behind bars on a residential break-in case is facing new charges in connection with a rash of commercial burglaries that plagued the North County for six months, authorities said Wednesday. Todd Wayne Copeland, 44, is a suspect...
  • Sewage spill causes beach to close temporarily

    Sewage spill causes beach to close temporarily
    Officials said the sewer line near a Carlsbad wastewater treatment plant ruptured, spewing 5,000 gallons of raw sewage through a manhole and onto a street and forcing the temporary closure of part of Carlsbad State Beach. The spill started about 11 a.m....
  • Abandoned smuggling boat found on beach

    Abandoned smuggling boat found on beach
    A small fishing boat that apparently had ferried undocumented immigrants into the United States overnight was found abandoned on a North County beach Tuesday. The open-hulled vessel, a type known as a panga in Mexico, was discovered shortly before 6 a.m....
  • Community Commentary: A letter on city salaries

    EDITOR'S NOTE: City Manager Dave Kiff posted this letter on the city of Newport Beach's website Wednesday evening. City officials in Bell did a very troubling thing, but one outcome of that situation was not troubling — an increased attention to...
  • Teens attacked, robbed on North County beach

    Teens attacked, robbed on North County beach
    Carlsbad police Thursday were investigating an attack on two 17-year-old boys who were robbed on a North County beach. The boys told investigators that roughly a half-dozen young men attacked them in the 3000 block of Ocean Street Wednesday evening,...
  • Lincoln One Tank Trip: LEGOLAND California Resort

    Our SECOND Lincoln One Tank Trip features the world's first and only LEGOLAND Water Park. The imagination really flows at this interactive, splash-filled, fun time for the entire family. Effective August 2, all toddlers (ages 1-2 years) will be...
  • Pendleton employee accused of trying to snatch girl off street

    Pendleton employee accused of trying to snatch girl off street
    Detectives arrested a Carlsbad man Thursday on suspicion of attempted adbuction of a 14-year-old girl who was on her way home from school last May. George McKesson, 53, was taken into custody outside his North County apartmentand took him to Vista Jail...
  • Cheryl Getuiza

    Cheryl Getuiza
    Cheryl Getuiza is thrilled to be back in her home state of California. Cheryl started at KTLA in January 2010. She moved from Orlando, Florida where she spent 3 years at WOFL. There she covered an array of stories, including ones that made national...
  • Man pleads guilty to rape, murder of retired psychiatrist

    Man pleads guilty to rape, murder of retired psychiatrist
    A Mexican man pleaded guilty today to raping and strangling an 84-year-old retired psychiatrist during a 2001 break-in at her Carlsbad senior housing complex, and trying to rape a woman in Los Angeles three years later. Alejandro Avalos Fernandez will...
  • Semi-truck crash snarls I-5 morning commute

    Semi-truck crash snarls I-5 morning commute
    A semi-truck flipped over on southbound Interstate 5 in Carlsbad Friday, closing two lanes of traffic and backing up the morning commute, according to the California Highway Patrol. The big-rig overturned at about 2:45 a.m. on southbound Interstate 5...