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  • Family of men killed on Memorial Day ask for public’s help

  • Lawsuit claims dating app ‘Tinder’ is ripping people off

    SAN DIEGO — A class action complaint is being filed against the popular dating app Tinder, claiming it’s ripping people off. “They did not get the disclosure in the contractual provisions that they should’ve,” said Attorney Abbas Kazerounian, who claims the company is violating California law by forcing users of its upgraded version, Tinder Plus, into paying for an entire trial period even if they cancel halfway through. “Contracts have to have a certain clause within them that give you […]

  • Sheriff’s deputy kills suicidal man in Japatul Valley

    One person was reported injured after a shooting Wednesday evening on a back country road in Japatul Valley.

  • Parents warned that 13 sex offenders live near elementary school

    Parents in one Chula Vista neighborhood say they fear for their children’s safety after learning more than a dozen registered sex offenders are living near their elementary school.

  • Fishermen talk about pulling Navy pilot out of water after jet crash

    SHELTER ISLAND — “He was making passes for the past few hours,” said Tom Atkisson about the pilot in the Navy Jet Plane involved in a crash Friday afternoon. He and his fishing buddies thought it would be just another day on San Diego Bay when they saw the Jet touch the runway on North Island. “We didn’t know if he was landing or if he was taking off,” said Atikisson. “It looked like it almost floated in the air, […]

  • Traffic light proposed for deadly Point Loma intersection

    POINT LOMA — Safety improvements could soon come to a dangerous Point Loma intersection where an SUV hit and killed a 7-month-old girl as she was being pushed in a stroller by her dad back in March. It was a scene many saw coming but since the accident very little has changed. The crosswalk on northbound Cañon Street and Catalina Blvd. is still known as one of Point Loma’s most dangerous intersections. Residents say it is a blind turn for […]

  • Local geologist proposes using bacteria to eat oil spill

    SAN DIEGO — As the clean up enters another day on the beaches of Santa Barbara, a San Diego scientist is one of many experts pushing for a unique way of eliminating the mess. From above it’s still a disheartening scene. From the ground pictures show the daunting clean up of the more than 100,000 gallons of oil spilled. Workers are shoveling as much of the oil as they can which gushed out along a 9-mile stretch of Santa Barbara […]

  • Trolley parked in front yard amuses some, upsets others

    SANTEE, Calif. — A Santee family’s front yard is at the center of a neighborhood controversy because of what’s parked on it. “Some have come in for a tour,” said Susie Parks as she showed FOX 5 the vintage trolley car parked on her front lawn.  She and her family recently bought from a collector. “We just bought it this last weekend,” said Parks. They hope to refurbish it and turn it into a mobile coffee shop. Some neighbors are […]

  • Liberty Station busted for wasting water

    POINT LOMA, Calif. – Watering lawns while it rains in San Diego is illegal, yet some people living at Liberty Station in Point Loma said their community irrigation system was on and caused areas to flood during the last storm. A FOX5 staffer captured video of the rainwater flooding lawns while the sprinkler system continued to flow on Thursday. “This is just egregious waste,” said Megan Baehrens with San Diego Coastkeeper, a water quality watchdog group. “What’s worse is this […]

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