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Recent Articles
  • Man changing tire killed along I-5

    SAN DIEGO – One person was killed Tuesday morning in a  hit-and-run crash in National City, the California Highway Patrol said. The two left-hand lanes of the southbound Interstate 5 near Mile of Cars Way were closed during the investigation. Two vehicles were involved in the crash, the CHP said. One car still has a tire jack on it and appears the driver was trying to change a tire when he was struck. The second vehicle is also parked on […]

  • Credible terrorist threat closes all LA Unified schools

    All schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District were closed Tuesday after a credible terrorist threat, the superintendent said.

  • Masked gunman robs OB Noodle House

    SAN DIEGO – San Diego police were searching for a masked man who robbed a popular Ocean Beach restaurant at gunpoint. The suspect pulled a gun and demanded cash from the OB Noodle House on Cable Street near Voltaire Street shortly after 10:30 p.m. Monday, San Diego police Officer Dino Delimitros said. The Vietnamese restaurant closes at 11 p.m. The robber fled with an undisclosed amount of cash, police said. He was described as about 5 feet 6 and slim. He was wearing a tan and […]

  • Cops surround home after man allegedly beats wife with chair

    SAN DIEGO — A standoff with a domestic violence suspect ended Tuesday morning after about 90 minutes when the man came out of his home and was arrested without incident, according to the San Diego Police Department. Officers arrived at the 4200 block of 50th Street at 5:08 a.m. after reports that a man beat his wife with a chair. When police arrived, the man was alone in the home and his wife was nowhere to be found. At least 15 […]

  • Broken water pipe floods street, yards in Mission Hills

    SAN DIEGO – A ruptured water pipe flooded streets and created a sinkhole  in Mission Hills early Monday morning, firefighters said. Water began flowing out of the roadway at the dead end of Stephens Street at Fort Stockton Drive around 5 a.m. Monday. City workers arrived and shut off the water to the ruptured fire-hydrant supply line shortly before 6 a.m. Police closed the intersection of Stephens Street and Fort Stockton during the clean up and repair.  It was reopened […]

  • Driver pried from wreck after crashing into tree

    SAN DIEGO – Firefighters had to use the Jaws of Life to pry a young woman from her wrecked Prius after she crashed into a palm tree early  Monday, authorities said. The woman was driving too fast when she lost control and crashed at Mission Bay Drive and Clairemont Drive at around 1:15 a.m. , police said. The Prius hit the tree so hard it flipped, though the car landed back on its wheels. Part of the car door dislodged […]

  • Wind topples tree in City Heights

    SAN DIEGO – Heavy winds toppled a tree in City Heights on Sunday night, the California Highway Patrol said. CHP closed all lanes on the transition ramp from Interstate 15 to Interstate 805. Traffic came to a complete stop at one point. A tow company cleared the road a short time later and all lanes were back open Monday. Rain and mountain snow were expected to ease up Monday morning as a cold front moves out of the region, but gusty wind […]

  • Hit-and-run driver sends cyclist to hospital

    SAN DIEGO — A hit-and-run collision at a City Heights intersection left a bicyclist seriously injured Friday. The 32-year-old man was riding to the south on Fairmount Avenue when he failed to yield for a red light at Home Avenue and was struck by a blue 2009 or 2010 Toyota Corolla shortly after 6 a.m., according to San Diego police. The motorist kept driving and left the area, Officer Frank Cali said. Medics took the bicyclist to a hospital for […]

  • Coastal residents brace for potential flooding

    SAN DIEGO — Gusty wind, scattered showers, big waves and mountain snow may hit parts of San Diego County Friday as a potent winter storm moves across Southern California. A National Weather Service high wind warning for the mountains is scheduled to expire at 10 p.m. today. West to northwest winds of 30 to 40 miles per hour are forecast for the advisory period, along with gusts that may reach 70 mph. Forecasters said the strong and potentially damaging winds may lead to hazardous driving conditions on […]

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