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.
Former San Diego lawyer, Ernest Georggin, agreed to give up his law license after working as an attorney for more than three decades. Read More
Some major issues have been unearthed in an audit of a program to bury power lines. An auditor says money isn’t being spent quickly enough and time is running out. NBC 7 Investigates’ Wendy Fry has more on how this impacts residents, specifically in some of San Diego’s older neighborhoods.
Chula Vista’s Living Coast Discovery Center will likely close its doors permanently at the end of the month if it doesn’t bridge a budget gap. NBC7 Investigates has learned that SDG&E promised $2 million in funding to the aquarium on Chula Vista’s bayfront but now, the company will no longer be donating the money. NBC 7's Mari Payton reports.
The tour bus that crashed Sept. 1 near Pala, injuring 10 people, had been repeatedly cited and placed "out of service" by California Highway Patrol for having brake problems. Read More
The company that operates the tour bus that crashed Sunday night near the city of Pala in northern San Diego failed California Highway Patrol safety inspections four times since 2011. Read More
The Environmental Health Coalition has issued a letter to the California Public Utilities Commission urging underground power lines for the Chula Vista bay front substation. Read More
NBC 7’s Investigative Team examined safety inspection reports for the 10 largest local school districts. Read More
The family of an Oceanside man who died while in custody at a local jail speak out about his death, and how they were never properly notified by authorities. Read More
Plans for a bay front substation cleared a hurdle with the California Public Utility Commission. Read More
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A teenager died hiking in the sweltering temperatures in San Diego County.
Movie theaters are losing customers from lackluster movies to high priced tickets.
San Diego’s Comic-Con International 2014 officially opens to fans on Thursday and organizers say it will be the epicenter of all things pop culture.
A heroin user found unconscious at his home in east San Diego was saved by a deputy who used an overdose antidote that the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department recently began carrying.
A fire broke out at a home in Coronado Wednesday night, officials confirmed.
A San Diego teenager claims she was kicked out of a math and science camp this summer due to her disability.