County Supervisor Dave Roberts approved the use of $85,000 in taxpayer money to rebuild a baseball field where two of his sons play Little League. Read More
An East County caregiver who assaulted a disabled man in his care avoided a prison sentence but must pay $91,000 for the victim's medical bills. Read More
A man who cared for the disabled was convicted of assault against a man with Down Syndrome living in an adult care facility in Santee. Read More
They're priceless and a part of American history, but most have vanished. Read More
State leaders met with Baja California representatives Thursday to discuss cleaning tires and other waste from the Tijuana River Valley, after NBC7 Investigates highlighted the issue last month. Read More
A North County woman is accused of posing as a medical professional, working with students at the Army Navy Academy in Carlsbad. Read More
A former employee of a San Diego jewelry company was taken into custody at a Vista courtroom Tuesday, accused of bribing a local Marine to get the personal banking information of other military members. Read More
The former owner of a high-end exotic car dealership was sentenced to two years in federal prison for failing to report the receipt of more than $700,000 cash from a convicted drug trafficker. Read More
Assembly Member Jim Cooper is working on a bill to clean up California’s security industry after seeing NBC 7’s February investigation that exposed the local underground industry of untrained, unlicensed security officers. Read More
An officer tried to pull over a reporter stolen vehicle.
An Orange County appeals court ruled Monday that San Juan Capistrano's tiered water-rates are unconstitutional, potentially dealing a blow to agencies statewide that have used the pricing structure to encourage people to save...
Workers will close part of the popular family spot for maintenance work.
The man killed while crossing State Route 163 over the weekend was an active duty member of the Army, the San Diego County Medical Examiner’s Office said Monday.
The man accused in the killing of an innocent bystander during a Clairemont gas station robbery last week once vowed to “become a better man.”
Off-duty and retired law enforcement officers will no longer be allowed to bring concealed weapons into Petco Park under new security standards.