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Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Celebrating San Diego's Asian Pacific Heritage Month through stories of individuals who have made a difference.

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Body in Julian Identified as Missing Woman, 75

Body in Julian Identified as Missing Woman, 75

Sheriff’s deputies on Wednesday afternoon found a body in Julian about a half-mile from the campground where a woman vanished nearly two months ago.

Proposed Bill Would Give Holiday Workers Double Pay

Proposed Bill Would Give Holiday Workers Double Pay

A state assemblywoman from San Diego is proposing legislation that would mandate that people who work on Thanksgiving and Christmas receive double pay.

Man Lit Self on Fire at Gas Station: Investigator

Man Lit Self on Fire at Gas Station: Investigator

A man suffered burns to half of his body after lighting himself on fire outside a Kearny Mesa gas station, according to fire investigators.

Protest Halts Traffic on NB I-5 in La Jolla

Protest Halts Traffic on NB I-5 in La Jolla

No arrests or citations after several protesters stop traffic on I-5.

Mother Arrested for Abusing, Starving Twins

Mother Arrested for Abusing, Starving Twins

A Southern California mother who allegedly starved and abused her twin 3-year-old sons leaving them severely malnourished, bruised and one with a fractured jaw has been arrested, police said Wednesday.

Slain Officer's Name Covered by Protesters' Sign

Slain Officer's Name Covered by Protesters' Sign

Protesters in City Heights covered the Jeremy Henwood Memorial Park sign with Michael Brown's name Tuesday night, the evening after a grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson...