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  • Wedding rings stolen from engaged couple’s home

    SAN DIEGO – An engaged couple said their Mission Hills home was ransacked Monday and all of the contents in their safe, including their wedding rings, were stolen. Wedding planning for Mike Peterson and his fiancé Laura Moncreiff had a major setback Monday afternoon when their wedding rings were taken from their house, which is for sale. Peterson had returned to his home on Titus Street to find his garage door had been pried open. “I noticed that the sliding […]

  • Caltrans worker saves baby

    SAN DIEGO – A Caltrans maintenance worker didn’t hesitate when he was flagged down on the side of a local freeway this week by a pair of frantic women. “I saw these two ladies screaming and yelling and holding a baby, and I pulled over,” Joe Thomas said. Thomas had just finished up his day repairing potholes and was headed back to the Department of Transportation depot when he came across the vehicle on the right shoulder of the eastbound […]

  • Judge rules against city’s Balboa Park plan

    SAN DIEGO – A judge’s ruling could put a stop to plan to remove cars from Balboa Park’s Plaza de Panama. The San Diego City Council approved the plan in July to replace the current asphalt parking lot in the plaza with a 797-space underground parking structure. The plan called for a new bridge on the west side of the park to route traffic around the Plaza de Panama. The conservationist group  Save Our Heritage Organization opposed the project because […]

  • 2 medical marijuana robberies reported in 90 minutes

    SAN DIEGO – Two medical marijuana robberies took place in San Diego within 90 minutes of each other Monday night.  The victims were robbed at gunpoint in both cases and as of Tuesday evening, the criminals were still on the loose. The first robbery took place at 5 pm in Imperial Beach.  Sheriff’s deputies were called to an apartment complex on Caspian Way where two medical marijuana delivery men were confronted. “They were approached by two males who robbed them […]

  • Students unnerved after violent crimes near SDSU

    SAN DIEGO – When news of two violent crimes close to the San Diego State University campus broke over the weekend, students were eager to talk about how unsettling they were. “It’s like creepy and uncomfortable.  It’s weird,” said freshman Sarah Brantley, who was walking by the same spot where one of the crimes took place Sunday. “It’s kind of sad, because you’d expect to go to college and have a safe campus,” said her friend Lauren Kaplan. San Diego […]

  • City braces for wet, cold weather

    SAN DIEGO – Between Thursday and Sunday, temperatures are expected to dip into the 30s in San Diego. “When it gets cold, we have to weather through it because we have no choice,” said Charles Bundy, who lives on the streets of downtown San Diego. “It’s supposed to rain sometime in the morning,” said his buddy Chris Field. “We’re going to go find us somewhere to sleep under cover.  I hope that we can get out of the wind.” Field said […]

  • Clairemont teen helps save family from burning home

    SAN DIEGO – Clairemont’s Sheaupyng Hsu was fast asleep early Tuesday morning when a loud noise awoke her. “I’m thinking what the heck,” said Hsu. Her 16 year old daughter was yelling at the top of her lungs. “I was like mom there’s cops.  You need to get up now, grab what you need because we need to go,” said Gabrielle Atkins. Gabrielle then ran to her 13 year old sister’s bedroom and did the same thing. “I was kind […]

  • Electric guitars stolen from Hard Rock Hotel

    SAN DIEGO – Two thieves walked into the Hard Rock Hotel in downtown San Diego Monday night and swiped two electric guitars on display in the lobby, hotel officials said. “One was a Fender Stratocaster in a sonic blue color – a very popular guitar,” said Rana Kay, the hotel’s public relations director. The other is a red Fender Blacktop Jaguar. The Stratocaster is valued at about $700 and the Jaguar about $500. The two guitars were part of a […]

  • Popular concert venue relocates acts

    SAN DIEGO – The popular downtown concert venue ‘4th & B’  unexpectedly shut its doors and tickets to scheduled events were refunded. Wednesday night, ‘Public Enemy’ was scheduled to perform there and fans couldn’t wait. “I’m so excited,” said Jovel Downer of Downtown San Diego.  “I used to listen to them back in the day in New York, so it’s good to see them out here.” Flyers promoting the live appearance of ‘Public Enemy’ beginning at 9:00 pm are still […]

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