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
The La Jolla woman under investigation for alleged animal cruelty and elderly abuse has surrendered the surviving dogs and cats at the center of her case to San Diego County Animal Control. Read More
NBC 7 Investigates has learned that the Poinsettia Fire started just north of the seventh green on the Omni La Costa Golf Course. Read More
New details were released Tuesday in the mysterious triple homicide case that began last Christmas Eve in San Diego, as the man accused of the killings appeared in court.
A judge has ordered a man accused of knowingly spreading HIV to stay off dating sites, specifically the gay dating app Grindr.
A natural gas leak forced a La Jolla road to close and residents to evacuate Tuesday morning.
The CEO of Stamford, Conn.-based catering company Centerplate has resigned after he was caught on surveillance video abusing a Doberman puppy in an elevator.
Flying glass from the collision between a racing vehicle and a parked car injured a man walking nearby officials said.
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