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  • $20,000 Reward Offered For Information On Serial Bank Robber Dubbed "Bayou Bandit"

    $20,000 Reward Offered For Information  On Serial Bank Robber Dubbed "Bayou Bandit"
    David W. Welker, Special Agent in Charge of the New Orleans Division of the FBI announced a reward of up to $20,000 is being offered for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of a serial bank robber dubbed the "Bayou Bandit"....
  • State Senate unanimously passes "Chelsea's Law"

    State Senate unanimously passes "Chelsea's Law"
    A bill aimed at toughening restrictions on violent sexual predators, and named after a slain Poway High School senior, was unanimously passed by the state Senate Tuesday and was headed for the governor's desk. "Chelsea's Law,'' introduced by...
  • Jury convicts nursing instructor of sexual assaults

    Jury convicts nursing instructor of sexual assaults
    A nursing instructor was convicted Monday of sexually assaulting three women since 2001, including one of his students at a nursing college in Vista. Kelley Edward Edley, 41, faces nearly 10 years in prison when sentenced Oct. 12 by Vista Judge Runston...
  • Dozens of immigrants caught on North County beach

    Dozens of immigrants caught on North County beach
    More than a dozen suspected illegal immigrants were arrested early Wednesday after being dropped off by boat on a Carlsbad beach, authorities said. About 20 people were rounded up in the vicinity of Carlsbad Boulevard, just south of Palomar Airport...
  • Study: I-5 expansion would impact 400+ homes

    Study: I-5 expansion would impact 400+ homes
    Over 400 properties could be impacted by the I-5 freeway expansion, according to a report released Thursday. The 27-mile project would stretch from La Jolla to Oceanside and affect 421 properties, according to the environmental impact report (EIR)....
  • Bicyclist dies after colliding with vehicle

    Bicyclist dies after colliding with vehicle
    A woman lost control of her bicycle in the left turn lane of a Carlsbad street, crossed into oncoming traffic and was killed, police said. The woman, whose name was not released, was riding her bike around 12:15 p.m. when she entered the turn lane at the...
  • Report: More needs to be done with pension reform

    Report: More needs to be done with pension reform
    Some area cities have made progress at reforming their employee pension plans, but a lot more needs to be done, according to a report released Tuesday by the San Diego County Taxpayers Association. The report looked at each incorporated city within the...
  • Hit-run driver slams brakes on student's college studies

    Hit-run driver slams brakes on student's college studies
    A Carlsbad man said he will have to delay his college plans after getting injured by a hit-and-run driver. Chris Morgan suffered a broken bones and torn knee tendons after being hit from behind by a car while crossing a Carlsbad street. "I shattered...
  • Carlsbad pursuit ends with crash, three injured

    Carlsbad pursuit ends with crash, three injured
    At least three people were injured Wednesday, two seriously, when a sedan being chased by police skidded out of control at high speed and collided with another vehicle at a North County intersection. The roughly 10-minute chase began shortly before 1:...
  • Private learning centers see increase in students

    Private learning centers see increase in students
    Throughout the county, kids, parents, and educators have all had to make adjustments because of the budget. It's no secret that San Diego Unified and other school districts are having a tough time right now. SDUSD for example faces a $141-million...
  • Residents urged to turn in unused prescription drugs

    Residents urged to turn in unused prescription drugs
    Residents across San Diego County are being urged to help fight the growing problem of prescription- drug abuse by taking part in a nationwide medication "take back'' drive this weekend. On Saturday, hospitals, police stations, military facilities and...
  • Burglarized family posts signs to find thieves

    Burglarized family posts signs to find thieves
    The Cohen family in Carlsbad was burglarized about a week ago. But instead of trusting the cops to find all the answers, the family has posted signs on their garage, their mailbox, and along the sidewalk telling the public of the crime. They even posted...