NBC 7 has obtained copies of important and previously unreleased evidence in the case of a San Diego police officer shot to death more than two years ago. Read More
Weeks after federal regulators closed a North County university, several students say they are now trying to recover thousands of dollars in lost tuition. Read More
If Aristotle University does not comply, co-founder and dean Xanthi Gionis faces $50,000 in fines. Read More
San Diegan Mark Pinney discovered what happens when the U.S. government thinks you're dead when, in fact, you're very much alive. Read More
An elected official and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security have launched an investigation into a North County university. Read More
A local immigration attorney has stepped into to help students at Carlsbad's controversial Aristotle University. Read More
The founder and dean of a controversial university in Carlsbad challenges allegations against the school first brought to light and reported by NBC 7 Investigation. Read More
A former teacher at Aristotle University said she has filed complaints against owner Xanthi Gionis. Read More
Albert Anarwat, 24, worked as a nurse in his home country of Ghana, Africa. His passion was helping others. Read More
James Mailloux of the FBI Regional Computer Forensics Lab explains how local agents are using technology to fight crime, outwit the bad guys. NBC 7's Mark Mullen reports.
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San Diego police are investigating a shooting in City Heights that resulted in one person rushed to a nearby hospital.
Two people are dead, 22 are hurt and others are missing after two buildings collapsed following a gas leak explosion that rattled upper Manhattan and shattered windows with a blast that could be felt blocks away, officials said. The two five-story buildings at the northwest corner of 116th Street and Park Avenue in Harlem collapsed at about 9:30 a.m., authorities said. Smoke billowed into Central Park and could be seen from miles away in midtown, and New Yorkers said they felt rumbles as far away as 150th Street. Closer to the collapse, groceries were knocked from store shelves and debris floated through the air. Mayor de Blasio said the buildings are destroyed, and that first responders were digging through the rubble for victims.
A man broke into a Mira Mesa apartment, hovered over a woman and her daughter as they slept, San Diego police said.
Some Kensington neighbors are on edge tonight after strange encounters in their front yards.
A new website has been launched as the first organized step in raising more donations for a fund created to help a local family solve a triple-homicide mystery that has enthralled San Diego since Christmas Eve.
Opposition signs in hand, teachers from a school in San Ysidro protested a possible 24 percent salary cut at a school board meeting Tuesday night.