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  • Volunteers gear up for final weekend of campaigning

    SAN DIEGO- Volunteers for the San Diego mayoral campaigns are gearing up for a busy weekend.   Both campaigns have hundreds of volunteers lined up to work phone banks and go door-to-door with just a few days until the election.   “You’re gonna vote for David Alvarez?” Elaine Graybill asked one resident from the David Alvarez phone bank in Kearny Mesa Friday afternoon.   Graybill doesn’t live within San Diego city limits, but as an Alvarez supporter she is still […]

  • Battle against Jamul casino heats up

    JAMUL, Calif. – Jamul residents packed a community meeting Wednesday to support a series of lawsuits seeking to halt construction of a casino in their small East County community. Construction of the $360 million casino at Jamul Indian Village is just getting underway, but residents are fighting to stop it. “Bringing a casino here would just put our sleepy town away,” said Mark Crossman, Jamul resident. “We have a bunch a nice neighbors and it’s just a little place where […]

  • Bonfire honors man killed in hit-and-run

    LA JOLLA SHORES, Calif. – Dozens of family and friends attended a bonfire in La Jolla Shores Monday night to honor the man killed in a hit-and-run in North Park. Meanwhile, San Diego Police are also releasing new information about the vehicle they believe is involved. In the light of the fire, loved ones smiled and cried. They remembered the good times with Seamus O’Bryan and mourned the realization his life was taken far too soon. “There were so many […]

  • Family of hit-and-run victim offers forgiveness

    SAN DIEGO – The family of the man killed in Friday’s hit-and-run crash in North Park is offering forgiveness to the driver at fault. Loved ones said Seamus O’Bryan, 32, will not be remembered for the tragedy that took his life, but for the life he brought to each day he was alive. “The world’s a dimmer place for his loss, because he had so much more to give,” his brother, Devin O’Bryan, told Fox 5. Family members called O’Bryan […]

  • Protesters gather outside SeaWorld San Diego

    SAN DIEGO – Protesters lined up outside SeaWorld San Diego Tuesday evening to send a message to an international trade organization holding an event at the park. The protest comes in the wake of CNN’s documentary “Blackfish,” which addresses killer whales in captivity and the 2010 death of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau. However, Tuesday’s protest was directed at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions. The organization is holding a week-long event in San Diego, with a reception at […]

  • Family of victim in alleged DUI crash speaks out

    SAN DIEGO – The family of one of the victims in last Friday’s alleged DUI crash spoke to Fox 5 about the tragedy and how they’re honoring the man’s memory. Taylor Bednarski, 29, was one of three men killed in the crash on the connector from northbound I-805 to westbound State Route 52. His sister, Raschelle Bednarski, spoke to Fox 5 one week after the tragedy. She described Taylor as a great friend and brother, who loved life and had […]

  • New details emerge in alleged DUI crash that killed 3

    SAN DIEGO – Fox 5 is uncovering more information about the events that lead up to a deadly crash on the connector from northbound I-805 to westbound State Route 52 Friday night, that took the lives of three men. The California Highway Patrol responded and arrested alleged DUI driver William Daniel Cady, 25. He is now facing charges of gross vehicular manslaughter and DUI causing injury. Authorities said Cady and his friends were at Skybox Sports Grill in Clairemont Mesa […]

  • San Diegans help support Egypt’s new constitution

    SAN DIEGO – Six months after President Mohammed Morsi was ousted in Egypt, voters are heading to the polls to cast ballots on a draft of the country’s next constitution. Two San Diegans are among those from around the world who helped delegates with the drafting of the document. Egypt’s interim government designated 50 delegates from across the country to draft the new constitution. The delegates represent a variety of organizations including the Evangelical Church, National Council for Women, National […]

  • City drops bribery claim against victim of predator cop

    SAN DIEGO – The San Diego City Attorney’s Office seems to be flip-flopping its stance regarding a victim in the federal lawsuit against a former San Diego police officer convicted of bribing and sexually assaulting women. In 2011 Anthony Arevalos pulled over a woman, identified as “Jane Doe,” for drunk driving in the Gaslamp District. She later testified he told her he’d let her off the DUI if she gave him her panties. She said they went to a 7-11 […]

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