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
As federal officials grapple with a crisis-level influx of Central Americans who are showing up at U.S. borders, NBC7 Investigates found at least three immigrant families released to a Santee shelter kept in deplorable conditions. Read More
The internet is a black market for exposing and selling personal information, and NBC 7 Investigates reveals one website that is hiding it in plain sight. Read More
Possible misuse of an electronic system called EBT, which delivers welfare benefits to low-income recipients, is under question, after NBC 7 Investigates found thousands of dollars of food benefits being debited at a... Read More
Pedestrian deaths are at an all-time high in the City of San Diego since 2003, and as NBC7 Investigates found, there are a limited number of crosswalks. Read More
A restaurant and bar called Striders is anticipated to open inside the Harbor Club condominium complex downtown next summer. The venue would also offer off-track betting, and this has condo owners worried. NBC 7's Dave Summers reports.
The captain of San Diego-based USS Boxer has been relieved of duty, just three months after assuming command, according to the U.S. Navy.
A 15-year-old boy with an ax prompted a manhunt Tuesday in Scripps Ranch.
San Diego’s largest school district has announced it will return a controversial armored vehicle, but it’s not that simple.
A man whose daughter was shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Chula Vista two years ago continues to seek answers in her death while advocating the use of body cameras by agents.
The first case of the Ebola virus diagnosed in the United States has been confirmed in Dallas, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Tuesday.
A spokesperson for Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas confirmed Tuesday afternoon the case involves a patient who was undergoing evaluation and tests for Ebola at their hospital after becoming ill on Sept. 24.
An updated Climate Action Plan released Tuesday aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions in San Diego by half and switch to all electricity use to renewable sources by 2035.