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
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.
A South Bay nonprofit serving at-risk youth falsely listed board members on documents with the Internal Revenue Service, which two nonprofit experts say may raise questions about the organization’s integrity. Read More
Family members of a man who went into the San Diego County Jail and never came out are seeking answers about his death, as NBC 7's Sherene Tagharobi reports.
A San Diego teenager claims she was kicked out of a math and science camp this summer due to her disability. Read More
Officers made an arrest Tuesday in the crash that caused a yellow truck to fly off the freeway, fall 50 feet and crumple in a Mission Valley parking lot, nearly killing the driver.
Residents of a Temecula apartment complex were reeling after an aspiring rapper was gunned down inside his home late Monday morning.
A dog that was seen tossed over a gate and then abandoned in extreme heat in Ramona has a new, loving home.
Local law enforcement arrested 13 people in an illegal riverbed encampment that they say poses a threat to South Bay residents nearby.
Tonight, NBC 7 presents a Special Edition of the news at 6 p.m.: A conversation with the candidates in the most hotly contested race on the November ballot.
Plague-ridden squirrels prompted a classic hiker’s reminder from health officials: Don’t feed the animals.