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La Mesa (San Diego, California)

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  • Four Hospitalized After Killer Bee Attack in San Diego

    LA MESA -- Four people were rushed to a hospital after being stung multiple times by a swarm of bees in eastern San Diego County. La Mesa fire officials say a 79-year-old woman was stung at least 30 times and her 82- year old husband suffered at least 20...
  • McCains broken marriage fractured other ties as well

    Outside her Bel-Air home, Nancy Reagan stood arm in arm with John McCain and offered a significant but less than exuberant endorsement. "Ronnie and I always waited until everything was decided, and then we endorsed," the Republican matriarch said...
  • Cops say 'Sun Hat Bandit' in custody

    Cops say 'Sun Hat Bandit' in custody
    A woman suspected of robbing at least four San Diego County banks last month has been arrested, police said Thursday. The so-called "Sun Hat Bandit" robbed two banks in San Diego and attempted to rob a third in La Mesa on May 10, investigators said....
  • Ex-Helix principal gets probation for helping runaway

    Ex-Helix principal gets probation for helping runaway
    A former Helix High School assistant principal, who was fired for giving a troubled student a ride to the downtown Greyhound bus station so she could visit her grandmother in Oregon, was convicted Monday of a misdemeanor and immediately sentenced to...
  • Dozens of homes burglarized in quiet East County town

    Dozens of homes burglarized in quiet East County town
    La Mesa police are warning residents about a rash of burglaries in their city. Robbery have hit dozens of homes on the west side of town since the crime wave began in October 2009. Since October 1st, thieves have broken into 34 homes. Police say the...
  • La Mesa gas station robbed

    A tall, thin gunman held up a La Mesa gas station early Monday, according to the La Mesa Police Department. The robber entered the Arco station at 9600 Murray Drive about 1:30 a.m., showed the clerk a semi-automatic handgun and demanded money and...
  • Storm sweeps through San Diego

    Storm sweeps through San Diego
    A blustery storm front drenched and frosted the San Diego area for a fifth straight day, delivering a wet, icy and snowy finale to the spate of severe winter conditions. The latest round of cloudbursts proved less torrential than those that arrived...
  • Driver of minivan killed in head-on-collision is identified

    Driver of minivan killed in head-on-collision is identified
    The driver of a minivan killed in a head-on collision on Campo Road was identified today as a 50-year-old Spring Valley man. David Norman Reid died when his Dodge Caravan was struck head-on by a Ford Mustang believed to have been going about 80 mph...
  • Haiti crisis donations

    Haiti Earthquake Crisis fund. 1.Make a tax-deductable donation online at: http://www.healththroughcommunications.org/ 2.Send a check addressed to: Health Through Communications Foundation Angels for Haiti Project Earthquake Relief Funds P.O. Box 2348...
  • Ten Southern California Hospitals Fined For Code Violations

    Ten Southern California Hospitals Fined For Code Violations
    LOS ANGELES - Ten hospitals in Southern California have been fined for alleged code violations that endangered patient safety. The 10 hospitals are among 13 statewide that were assessed administrative penalties. The California Department of Public...
  • Community members train to be first responders

    A series of earthquakes throughout California has locals getting prepared for the worst. The quakes started two weeks ago with a 4.5 in Baja. Since then, several have rattled Redlands, leaving San Diego right in the middle. Many in the east county are...
  • Police arrest new suspect in elderly thefts

    Police arrest new suspect in elderly thefts
    San Diego police are looking into the possibility that a woman, who was arrested by Claremont police on Thursday along with her husband, was responsible for stealing purses and wallets from elderly residents in El Cajon, La Mesa and San Diego in recent...