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  • Travelers coming to San Diego get a burst of warm weather

    SAN DIEGO – Travelers flying into San Diego were welcomed with a burst of unseasonably warm weather on Sunday. Temperatures reached near 75 degrees near the beaches, which was 15 degrees above normal for this time of year. That was not the case for the rest of the country. Many travelers from Atlanta looked slightly over-bundled. “Brr…” said Angel Bajerano Cortez. “I have one [zip], two [zip], three [zip], four [zip], five layers!” Atlanta’s high temperatures only reached 53 degrees […]

  • California Ballet’s Nutcracker Season Opener

    SAN DIEGO – The magic and mystery of the Nutcracker comes to life Saturday, as San Diego’s oldest and largest ballet company kicks off the first show of the season. Everyone has heard the music from the Nutcracker Ballet at malls, cafeterias, and even in elevators during the holiday season. Now it’s your chance to go experience it. “You’ve heard it at all the department stores,” said John Stubbs, Musical Director of the California Ballet Company. “So they should actually […]

  • Christmas restored for theft victim

    SAN DIEGO – A real life Grinch stole a local woman’s Christmas decorations earlier this week. But with the help of the community, her driveway and spirits were restored with Christmas joy. For the last decade, Gina Dobbins has been Decking the halls and her driveway with Christmas pizzaz. But it almost didn’t happen this year. “Monday morning, I discovered that many of my decorations had been stolen,” said Dobbins. She is a mega-Christmas decorator. Her house on the 7000 […]

  • Bob Filner to be sentenced Monday morning

    SAN DIEGO – Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner’s criminal case will wrap up Monday as he is sentenced for sexual harassment. WATCH LIVE: Filner sentencing at 9 a.m. Monday In October, the 71-year-old politician pleaded guilty to grabbing and mistreating women while in office. Under the plea deal, the Attorney General’s office said Filner will avoid jail time, but will be placed on probation for three years, and is expected to spend three months under home confinement. Filner also […]

  • East Coast storm complicates local travel plans

    SAN DIEGO – Travelers nationwide faced major delays as a giant storm moved over large portions of the Midwest and the East Coast. Marialice Dunn was at San Diego International Airport waiting for her husband for more than three hours. She said his routine business trip to Texas turned into a nightmare. “It was supposed to leave yesterday and they cancelled his flight,” said Dunn. “Then, last night, he got a phone call also saying his flight for today got […]

  • Rain almost jeopardizes holiday festivities

    SAN DIEGO – Rainy weather almost jeopardized two annual holiday celebrations Saturday. The cool air from the Arctic brought scattered showers to San Diego County throughout the morning and midday. Temperatures only reached the mid 50’s in coastal areas – about ten to fifteen degrees below the seasonal average. “I’m just trying to stay warm,” said San Diegan, Katrina Donnell. “Even though it doesn’t really get cold in San Diego, this is kind of cold. We’re kind of wimps.” The […]

  • December Nights Kickoff

    SAN DIEGO – The 35th Annual December Nights kicked off Friday. The opening ceremonies were led by Interim Mayor, Todd Gloria, and many other community leaders. “This is such a great event, “ said Gloria “It’s when we know the start of the holiday season has come, and it’s just a great way to get in the mood. I think we can say the year started out naughty, and ended nice so we can celebrate that.” Organizers expect 350,000 people […]

  • Successful early Black Friday shopping

    SAN DIEGO – Thousands of Black Friday shoppers formed an enormous line that wrapped around the Target in Clairemont, Thursday. Many Black Friday festivities kicked off early this year, starting on Thanksgiving Day. Thanksgiving 2012 landed on November 22nd. This year, it is on November 28th. This gives consumers six fewer days to shop for  the holidays Desperate for sales, retailers got a jump-start on Black Friday. Kmart door busters started at 6am on Thanksgiving Day. Best Buy and Wal-Mart […]

  • Chargers blackout affects fans, businesses

    SAN DIEGO – Chargers fans had more than a 17-10 loss to be disappointed about, Sunday. They could not even watch the game at home. The Chargers are the first NFL team to black out a game this season. The NFL Blackout policy states teams must sell out a game within 72 hours of kickoff, or the game will not be televised locally. So the only way to watch the Chargers Bengals game was live inside of Qualcomm Stadium. Many […]

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