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  • New laws beginning 2014 draw attention

    SAN DIEGO – San Diegans are talking about a number of news laws taking effect January 1, 2014. The Coronado City Council passed a law banning smoking on nearly all public property.  Beginning next Thursday, smoking will be prohibited on streets, alleyways, sidewalks, outdoor recreational areas, and even at outdoor dining establishments on Coronado. “We have laws where you can’t smoke within 100 feet of the building,” said Tammy Issarpanichkit of Kearny Mesa.  “We should just let it be.  To […]

  • Man related to victims in Mission Valley shooting still missing

    SAN DIEGO – The search for a missing man continued Thursday after a shooting at a Mission Valley mall parking lot left his fiancee dead and his brother fighting for his life. Gianni Belvedere, 24, was last seen at his family home Monday evening. “Johnny if you hear me, call me,” said his fiancee’s mother Inga Flint-Jones at press conference Thursday afternoon. “Call your family, we do need you right now.” “Gianni, if you’re watching this, or if anyone knows […]

  • Holiday Bowl teams arrive in San Diego

    SAN DIEGO – The National University Holiday Bowl game will be played in America’s finest city on Monday at Qualcomm Stadium and the teams competing in it – Texas Tech Red Raiders and Arizona State Sun Devils – arrived Wednesday. The Texas Tech team arrived at the Hilton Bay Front Hotel at 4:30 p.m. Christmas Day.  The team has a 7-5 record and is ranked sixth in the Big 12 conference.  All five losses came during the team’s last five […]

  • Child’s lost letter to Santa falls from sky

    CHULA VISTA, Calif. — A kindergarten class sent Santa their Christmas wish lists, but one letter didn’t make it to the North Pole. Instead, a man working in downtown San Diego stumbled upon it as it literally fell out of the sky. Terry Hardin was on his way home Tuesday when he spotted a red balloon with a half-torn letter attached slowly descending towards him. Hardin had no clue where the balloon came from, but after reading the note attached […]

  • Drone use sparks open discussion at USD

    SAN DIEGO – The University of San Diego hosted an open discussion on the use of drones both internationally and domestically Tuesday night and few in attendance were in support of their use. “They’re already tracking people for things that shouldn’t be,” said Dave Patterson of San Diego’s Veteran’s for Peace.  “You should be able to move freely about in this country and you should be able to do so without surveillance.” About 120 people filled the seats in the […]

  • ‘Grinch’ steals local Christmas display

    SAN DIEGO – An Allied Gardens homeowner spent the last decade providing a spectacular light show in front of her home for San Diego families, but this year things aren’t looking so bright. Early Monday, a real life “Grinch” stole a portion of Gina Dobbins’ holiday light display from her home on Hillsborough Street. “I started crying to tell you the truth, and it was so disappointing,” said Dobbins.  “I went outside like normal at about 8:30 in the morning […]

  • Agents intercept airborne drug drop

    SAN DIEGO — Mexican smugglers have used  vehicles and vessels of every description to move drugs across the border to San Diego, but this week they tried something new: a daring nighttime drug drop from an ultra-light aircraft. About 4:15 am Monday,  border agents tracked an ultra-light aircraft in the dark of the night crossing the border from Mexico to an area just north of Brown Field Municipal Airport. They arrested two men who were trying retrieve a large bundle […]

  • Mayoral candidates reveal their Election Day routines

    SAN DIEGO – The night leading up to the San Diego mayoral election, the candidates revealed Monday what they do to get prepared for the big day. Fox5 caught up with Kevin Faulconer on his way out to dinner.  He shared his plan for Tuesday. “We’re going to get up and at them before dawn tomorrow,” Faulconer said. “We’re going to deploy volunteers throughout the city. I’ll grab a cup of coffee and out I’ll go.” Mike Aguirre was preparing to […]

  • Local doctor invents pre-surgery drink

    SAN DIEGO – A San Diego doctor is making headlines for creating a drink that’s improving the quality of life for anyone whose about to have surgery. Seventeen years ago, Dr. M. Lou Marsh came up with an idea to produce a nutritious drink that would prevent patients from experiencing hunger and dehydration when they fast before surgery. “We were literally starving them and dehydrating them. I thought, there’s got to be a better way,” said Marsh. Marsh came up […]

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