A North County doctor accused of botching a home childbirth has surrendered his medical license. Read More
San Diego women are speaking out about a man who they said preys on the vulnerabilities of single mothers and takes their money. Read More
NBC 7 Investigates found these facilities are not regulated or licensed by the state of California. Read More
NBC 7 Investigates found it is very difficult for parents to review files on individual daycares. Read More
The mayor's office said Tuesday that it is anticipated the city will be issuing a request for proposals in the next few months to obtain death and disability insurance for new-hire employees. Read More
City officials say they are waiting for a final determination from the courts on Prop. B's legality before implementing death and disability coverage for new-hire firefighters and lifeguards. Read More
A long-standing feud between two San Diego police detectives has become public after one of them filed a claim with the City of San Diego alleging he was retaliated against for reporting misconduct to the department’s... Read More
A man accused of shooting and wounding an SDPD officer during a pursuit in City Heights is a wanted felon with an extensive criminal record, according to court documents. Read More
NBC 7's Wendy Fry sits down for an exclusive interview with former El Cajon Mayor Mark Lewis, who recently resigned amid allegations that he made racist comments against the Chaldean community. Lewis discusses those controversial comments and his decision to leave office.
A man accused of shooting and wounding an SDPD officer during a pursuit in City Heights is a wanted felon with an extensive criminal record. NBC 7's Mari Payton reports.
The day of sentencing has come for San Diego’s former embattled mayor, Bob Filner.
A brush fire burning near a highway interchange south of San Diego is producing large amounts of smoke.
DEA investigators now taking over a separate investigation involving a small marijuana grow inside the burned home.
Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is expected to be sentenced Monday morning. In October, he pleaded guilty to three counts involving sexual harassment, including a felony. Under a plea agreement, Filner is expected to get three years of probation and three years of house arrest. Because of the felony count, he will never be able to vote or hold public office again. Gloria Allred, the famed attorney representing one of Filner’s alleged victims in a civil suit, is expected to be in court for Monday’s sentencing. Filner resigned from office Aug. 23 after weeks of recall efforts and women coming forward with sexual harassment claims.
Families of victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre appeared together Monday to make a brief but moving joint statement asking that America mark the approaching anniversary of the attack by performing acts of kindness and volunteering for charities in their hometowns. "We hope that some measure of good may be returned to the world," they said. The statement, read aloud by two red-eyed Newtown mothers in halting voices, concluded with relatives announcing their intent to light a candle on the eve of the anniversary in honor of the loved one they lost. It started with with JoAnn Bacon, whose daughter was killed and who read the last half of the joint statement. Then 13 more family members — representing about half of the shooting's victims — stepped up to say who they'd be lighting a candle for that night. Click through for more on their tributes.
San Diego County was under a high wind warning again Monday.