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  • Mayoral candidates discuss possibility of new Chargers stadium

    SAN DIEGO – The end of another season always leaves fans of the Chargers with a lot of questions about the future of the team and a new stadium. Chargers President Dean Spanos said he believes the possibility of a new stadium comes down to the race for San Diego mayor. “Until you get the mayor in place and we know who it is and what his vision is for the future of San Diego, it’s hard for me to […]

  • Love of the Chargers leads to lifesaving surgery

    SAN DIEGO – A random seating assignment at Qualcomm Stadium led to a lifelong friendship and a lifesaving surgery. William Charlton Lynch and Louis Munoz first met playing little league as children. Many years later, the two crossed paths again totally by chance at a Chargers game at Qualcomm Stadium. “As I was walking to my seat I happened to notice him sitting right in the seat next to mine,” said Munoz. The season ticket holders were randomly placed side […]

  • Chargers fan created bolo tie for Philip Rivers

    CARDIFF, Calif. – A longtime Chargers fan got a big surprise after the team’s win in Cincinnati, when quarterback Philip Rivers wore the bolo tie he made for post-game interviews. Ted Williams, 76, of Cardiff, dropped off the bolo tie at team headquarters as a gift for Rivers, but he had no idea the player would wear the accessory just days later. Williams first began making bolo ties and belt buckles out of elk antler in the 1970’s. “A guy […]

  • SDUSD prepares to implement transgender law

    SAN DIEGO – As San Diego Unified School leaders prepare to implement a new law protecting transgender students, opponents are awaiting the results of a petition drive that would send the law to a referendum. AB 1266, the “School Success and Opportunity Act,” allows transgender students to choose which restrooms they use and which sports teams they join. The legislation has received support from many educational and LGBTQ organizations, but also has a large opposition from groups hoping to overturn […]

  • Delays, cancellations pile up at Lindbergh Field

    SAN DIEGO – Travel woes continued at Lindbergh Field Friday, as the backlog of delays and cancellations piled up from Winter Storm Hercules.   More than 100 flights were delayed throughout the day and by Friday night at least 10 had been cancelled.   The Warrick family from Pittsburgh was trying to get home, but their connecting flight was cancelled.   “The flights today were delayed, delayed, delayed and then right as we were ready to board the flights were […]

  • Winter storm impacts travel at Lindbergh Field

    SAN DIEGO – Winter storm “Hercules” pounded the Northeast and Midwest, leaving a travel nightmare at snow-covered airports and causing a trickle effect of delays and cancellations across the country. As of Thursday evening, at least 19 flights were cancelled at Lindbergh Field and dozens had been delayed throughout the day. A variety of destinations were impacted including Chicago, New York, Newark and Minneapolis, as well as west coast cities like Sacramento, San Francisco and Phoenix. The Brehm family arrived […]

  • Vigil held for mall shooting victim

    PACIFIC BEACH, Calif. – A large crowd gathered near Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach Wednesday to remember the man killed in a Christmas Eve shooting at a local mall. Family and friends held a candlelight vigil for Salvatore Belvedere one week after he was gunned down in the parking lot at Westfield Mission Valley Mall. “Ever since I can remember, you were the type of person that would put other people before yourself,” said Laura Belvedere, sister. “You decided at […]

  • Holiday Bowl brings visitors, revenue to San Diego

    SAN DIEGO – Thousands of football fans made their way to San Diego this week for Monday’s National University Holiday Bowl. This year Qualcomm Stadium welcomed Texas Tech and Arizona State for the annual college football game. The warm San Diego day brought tailgaters to the parking lot early Monday afternoon. Arizona State fan Cecilia Martinez was part of a large tailgate with family and friends. Her group traveled to San Diego together in a motor home. “We have so […]

  • Renovations continue following church arson

    SPRING VALLEY, Calif. – Renovations continue at a Spring Valley church following an arson in October.   An ex-con, William Eugene Volk, is accused of starting multiple fires inside Santa Sophia Catholic Church October 8. The fires were set to the altar, a devotional room and to a 36-foot tall cross, known for being the “largest indoor crucifix west of the Mississippi.”   “The repairing of the cross is looking about $160,000 plus itself to repair that,” said Father Jacob […]

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