Newsletter Stories Officer shoots suspected knife-wielding man in South … A homeless man suspected of holding another man at knifepoint was shot by an officer Saturday, according to Chula Vista police. 2 people shot in National City Two people were shot in National City Saturday night, according to authorities. 7.8M quake kills at least 360 people in Turkey, Syria A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria early Monday, toppling buildings and triggering a frantic search for survivors in the rubble in cities and towns across the area. At least 207 were killed and hundreds injured, and the toll was expected to rise. Harry Styles wins album of the year Grammy; Beyoncé … Harry Styles won album of the year at Sunday’s Grammy Awards, taking home the top honor on a night that Beyoncé dominated and became the ceremony’s most decorated artist. Rough surf anticipated in San Diego Monday, Tuesday Parts of San Diego County will experience rough surf at the beginning of the work week. Push to repeal cruising bans by South Bay leader A South Bay leader is heading to Sacramento to bring forth legislation that repeals cruising bans. Surfliner opens from Oceanside to Irvine on weekends The Amtrack Pacific Surfliner is back on a seamless track from San Diego to Los Angeles for Saturdays and Sundays, after a portion of the train services stopped due to movements of the tracks. ‘Most Romantic Places to Eat in SD,’ according to … Swooning season is here and it’s now or never on securing seats at one of San Diego’s most romantic restaurants for Valentine’s Day. The battle for the hottest tables in town starts now. Most highly rated international cuisine in SD Looking for a new place to grab a bite? There’s one type of international cuisine that stands out above the rest in San Diego — and it may surprise you. This is how 437 lives were saved by San Diegans last … Thanks to 140 San Diego residents, more than 400 lives were saved last year.