A San Diego couple is headed back to court over the billing practices of a local dentist office, which NBC 7 Investigates discovered has 19 complaints and an F-rating with the Better Business Bureau. Read More
Joe Barbot says Derrick Lamont Belser violently beat him at Fire Water Saloon on Pier View Way. Read More
A local doctor who drank so much that he passed out at his medical office, will now be allowed to treat patients again. Read More
More than a dozen educators, community members and public officials wrote the court to vouch for former San Ysidro Superintendent Manuel Paul, who was sentenced Tuesday to two months for a misdemeanor corruption charge. Read More
Former San Ysidro Superintendent Manuel Paul was sentenced to two months in jail Tuesday for threatening to withhold work from a contractor unless he gave Paul political contributions. Read More
Days before he reports to prison for violating federal drug laws, an NBC 7 undercover investigation revealed a local doctor is still seeing patients despite a state order prohibiting him from doing so. Read More
About a dozen registered sex offenders are employed or enrolled at San Diego State University, school police confirmed Monday. Read More
A 20-year-old San Diego man is accused of cheating people out of more than $54,000 on Kickstarter, a crowdfunding website. Read More
A young San Diego man is accused of cheating people out of more than $54,000 through his Kickstarter campaign. NBC 7 Investigates' Wendy Fry reports.
A lawsuit filed against Julian Hard Cider claims the company has no right to its name because its drink is not made in the apple-picking town or with its most popular export.
An Escondido man convicted of the brutal, drug-fueled murder of a young mother was sentenced to 100 years to life in a Vista courtroom Wednesday.
A pediatric nurse accused of performing sex acts on two infants and videotaping them is expected to enter a guilty plea Thursday, the court calendar shows.
A bizarre fight over a sword led one man to set fire himself on fire inside a Borrego Springs mobile home, sending him to the hospital, according to San Diego County Sheriff's officials said.
The man accused of stabbing his brother to death with a samurai sword and a barbeque knife claims he acted in self defense.
This time last year, the county had 17 reported deaths.