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    Thunderstorms possible as wind and beach advisories issued for San Diego County

    The good news is that San Diego cooled down to 78 degrees late Saturday, but the bad news is that it heated up to above 90 degrees just after midnight Sunday, as hot and muggy air pushed cooling ocean breezes out to sea.

  • Legendary comedian Jerry Lewis dies at 91

    Jerry Lewis, the rubber-faced, squeaky-voiced comedy legend who starred in movies and musicals and also was known for his unflagging work on behalf of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, died on Sunday, according to reports. He was 91 years old.

  • Motorcyclist killed trying to outrun cops

    A police pursuit involving motorcycle has ended in a fatal crash at East Plaza Boulevard and Euclid Avenue in National City.

  • Woman returning home from church killed in gang crossfire

    A 55-year-old woman died Tuesday night after she was shot in the head while driving, causing her to crash her car into a pickup truck.

  • World pays tribute to global superstar George Michael

    Singer George Michael, who sold more than 100 million albums over a pop music career spanning almost four decades, has died at the age of 53, his publicist said.

  • 2 workers hospitalized after metal shop fire in El Cajon

    Crews from Heartland Fire battled a commercial blaze at a machining company in El Cajon that left two employees injured.

  • George W. Bush paints portraits of veterans wounded carrying out his orders

    George W. Bush posted a photo on Veterans Day showing the former president painting portraits of those wounded in service to the United States during his time in office. Bush wrote: Over the past several months, I’ve painted the portraits of 98 wounded warriors I’ve gotten to know – remarkable men and women who were injured carrying out my orders. I think about them on #VeteransDay and every day. Their paintings and stories will be featured in PORTRAITS OF COURAGE […]

  • Deported Marine veteran granted U.S. citizenship

    SAN DIEGO – Five years after being forced to leave the United States, a man who served in the Iraq War as a U.S. Marine was granted citizenship Thursday. Former U.S. Marine and Iraq War veteran Daniel Torres returned to the United States Wednesday afternoon – five years after he was forced to leave when it was discovered he was undocumented. Torres’ family originally came to the U.S. on a visa to visit, but once it expired his family stayed […]

  • Fire damages self-storage business

    SAN DIEGO – A self-storage business in East Village was damaged Sunday after a fire ignited on the first floor, a dispatcher said. San Diego Fire-Rescue crews received a call at 1:30 p.m. about the blaze inside Ballpark Self-Storage at 611 Island Avenue.  Firefighters had it under control within minutes of arriving. No one was injured. What caused the fire and how much property was damaged was under investigation.    

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