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National City (San Diego, California)

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  • Salvia sales spike following Cyrus video

    Salvia sales spike following Cyrus video
    After the video of teen star Miley Cyrus allegedly smoking out of a bong made headlines across the country, people across the U.S. wanted to see it and learn more about what salvia is. The day the news broke, the subject occupied three of the top 20...
  • City shuts down to save money

    City shuts down to save money
    As a way to cut costs, National City will be closing its doors for two weeks, officials announced Tuesday. City Hall will be closed beginning December 20th until January 2nd and save over $135,000 in salaries and approximately $12,000 in energy savings,...
  • 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...
  • No major problems reported as polls close

    No major problems reported as polls close
    No major voting problems have been reported in San Diego during Tuesday's general election. The Registrar of Voters Deborah Seiler estimated a voter turnout of 55-65 percent for the election, up from the 38 percent of voters who cast ballots in the...
  • Downed power lines cause freeway closure

    Downed power lines cause freeway closure
    Interstate 5 in National City has reopened after downed power lines closed it in both directions for less than an hour, the California Highway Patrol said. The freeway was closed shortly before 11 a.m. at Civic Center Drive. Utility workers from San...
  • Police arrest over 570 on suspicion of DUI

    Police arrest over 570 on suspicion of DUI
    Over the past two weeks, 571 people were arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in San Diego County, according to the San Diego County Sheriff's Department. One death attributed to a drunk driver was reported Dec. 18 in El Cajon, but authorities were...
  • Two-day warrant sweep leads to 50 arrests in National City

    Two-day warrant sweep leads to 50 arrests in National City
    NATIONAL CITY -- Patricia Gingery thought police were coming. "I told my husband I had a bad feeling," Gingery explained. Gingery had just been arrested. When asked by Fox 5 if she knew she was going to be arrested, she responded, "Yes, I knew. I knew I...
  • Highway Worker Hit by Suspected Drunk Driver Dies

    Highway Worker Hit by Suspected Drunk Driver Dies
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KTLA) -- A 52-year old highway worker who was struck by a suspected drunk driver has died. Barry Steele, who worked for Caltrans contractor Skanska Construction, was struck about 10:40 p.m. last Wednesday on a closed on-ramp to the...
  • Caltrans worker killed on I-15

    Caltrans worker killed on I-15
    SAN DIEGO -- The freeway transition ramp where a Caltrans worker was hit and killed by a car was reopened Monday after being closed for more than six hours. Richard Gonzalez, 52, was hit by a white sedan just east of downtown San Diego on the...
  • San Diego ranks 2nd in well-being study

    San Diego ranks 2nd in well-being study
    SAN DIEGO - San Diego ranks second among major California cities in a newly released study that rates the well-being of residents' health, education and income.    On a 0-10 scale, San Diego's rating was 5.8 in the American Human Development Index,...
  • Rosarito Beach regulars won't stay away despite Mexico's drug war

    The music thumps, the lights flash, the shot glasses wait for willing lips. But the bouncers are reduced to kicking at the curb, hoping somebody, anybody, will round the corner. Friday nights are slow lately in Rosarito Beach's party zone, and everyone...
  • Cars impounded in street racing crackdown

    Cars impounded in street racing crackdown
    It's called "Operation Crack Down". The operation is spearheaded by the Chula Vista Police Department. On Wednesday, officers from various police agencies, San Diego to Ontario, helped the Chula Vista Police with the crackdown. Car enthusiasts call it an...