A company manufacturing guardrails lining highways in California and across the country defrauded the federal government, according to a jury verdict out of a federal whistleblower case in Texas. Read More
Anonymous emails, sent to the former staffer who accused Republican congressional candidate Carl DeMaio of sexual harassment, are the subject of FBI agent interviews with potential witnesses, sources have confirmed to... Read More
A former teacher's aide who was busted at the border with more than $500,000 worth of cocaine and methamphetamine was sentenced to 37 months in federal prison Friday. Read More
The District Attorney is investigating how a San Diego pastor has been running local shelters for immigrant and homeless families after an NBC7 Investigates story. Read More
A former state assemblyman and two-time candidate for San Diego Mayor is featured prominently in publicity for a controversial “alternative birthing center.” Read More
A San Diego couple is organizing a very unusual protest in the North County. Their target is a new medical clinic that they claim will put pregnant women -- and their unborn babies -- at risk. Read More
The former owner of a luxury car dealership in San Diego now admits he took more than $700,000 in cash from a customer who prosecutors say was a multi-state drug trafficker and failed to report those cash transactions to... Read More
An overwhelming majority of teachers in the Chula Vista Union Elementary School District were paid more in 2013 than they were in 2012, despite the union’s consistent claim that teachers haven’t received a raise since 2007. Read More
Back-to-school brings school buses, brand new backpacks and relieved parents, but the beginning of the school year also means spending hundreds on supply lists. Read More
Controversial and highly disputed emails provided to NBC 7 investigates include statements from Congressional candidate Carl DeMaio where he appears to be bragging about his campaign writing a UT San Diego editorial that was highly...
A state investigator said more than 1300 explicit photos were on the doctor's work cellphone, court documents show.
The week, Apple Pay launched around the country. The program allows users to scan their smartphone instead of pulling out their wallet and credit card. Is this just a novelty, or will it revolutionize the check-out process? Here’s...
The surfing community is mourning the loss of a local father and husband described as a generous role model to many.
A man's arm was severed in a two-vehicle crash in Oak Park this morning when his Toyota Prius rolled over. Police believe alcohol was involved.
A survey sent to thousands of Los Angeles residents asks several questions designed to gauge interest in an NFL team and what kind of features recipients would like to see in a stadium if a team moves to the region.