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  • Harbor Police unveil new million-dollar boats

    Harbor Police unveil new million-dollar boats
    San Diego Harbor Police unveiled their new million-dollar firefighting boats that can cut response down in half, officials said. The old boats are approximately 30 years old and will eventually being phased out, according to officials. "I know that...
  • Suicidal parolee surrenders after 4 hour standoff

    Suicidal parolee surrenders after 4 hour standoff
    A documented gang member armed with a pistol led police on a roundabout South Bay road chase Wednesday before pulling over and refusing to get out of his car for more than four hours, prompting a standoff that ultimately ended uneventfully. The pursuit...
  • PASSINGS

    George Morrison Rock star's father, rear admiral George Morrison, 89, a retired Navy rear admiral and the father of the late rock icon Jim Morrison, died in a Coronado, Calif., hospital Nov. 17 after a fall. Once the youngest admiral in the Navy,...
  • John Finn dies at 100; oldest surviving Medal of Honor recipient

    John Finn dies at 100; oldest surviving Medal of Honor recipient
    Retired Navy officer John Finn, who received the Medal of Honor for his bravery during the Japanese attack on military installations in Hawaii that plunged the United States into World War II, died Thursday at the Veterans Home of California in Chula...
  • U.S. citizen beheaded in apparent drug hit

    A U.S. citizen was one of the three men who were found decapitated this week in Tijuana, Mexican authorities said Friday. The body of George Harrison, a 38-year-old former Chula Vista resident, had been dismembered and mutilated and was dumped in a...
  • Mexico drug wars spill across the border

    The drug violence that has left nearly 4,000 people dead this year in Mexico is spreading deep into the United States, leaving a trail of slayings, kidnappings and other crimes in at least 195 cities as far afield as Atlanta, Boston, Seattle and Honolulu,...
  • California housing may have a new foundation

    Other than perhaps McDonald's hamburgers, what is selling better today than it did a year ago? Resale homes in California. Sales in the last six months have gone up 89% compared with sales for the same period a year ago, according to the California Assn....
  • Study: most local sex offenders live too close to schools, parks

    More than 70 percent of the registered sex offenders in San Diego County are violating a state law by living too close to schools or parks, it was reported Sunday. The Watchdog Institute, a nonprofit journalism group based at San Diego State University,...
  • Chula Vista champs return home

    Chula Vista champs return home
    Park View Little League All-Stars returned to Chula Vista to a hero's welcome, marking the first of many celebrations scheduled to honor the team for clinching the Little League World Series Championship. Park View is the first San Diego County team to...
  • Four killed in Santee crash remembered

    Four killed in Santee crash remembered
    A Highway Patrol officer, his wife, daughter and brother-in-law -- all killed in a crash in Santee -- will be remembered at a memorial service this afternoon in Chula Vista. Mark Saylor and his wife Cleofe, both 45, their 13-year-old daughter Mahala...
  • Tickets on sale June 5 for John Mayer this fall in Tampa

     
    An announcement from our friends at Live Nation: John Mayer comes to Tampa’s Ford Amphitheatre with special guest Owl City on Friday, September 10. Tickets are $63.50 and $43.50 for reserved seats and $30 for the lawn. There is also a special Festival...
  • Live Nation eliminates service fees for June amphitheater shows

     
    Live Nation Entertainment is forgoing all service charges this month on tickets for concerts at all amphitheaters the entertainment giant operates across the country. “No Service Fee June” will apply to about 8 million tickets for 700 performances...