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.
Two water districts are waging a legal battle over some expensive PR billings and disputing who really commissioned the work. NBC 7 s Mari Payton reports.
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Three children were inside a vehicle when it was carjacked Sunday evening in Chollas View.
A 23-year-old man was rushed to the hospital late Saturday night after he was shot in the head in Linda Vista, the San Diego Police said.
The search for a San Diego man who went missing in San Francisco last year was re-energized this weekend after a possible sighting last week, a search organizer said Sunday morning.
The family of Monica Lupercio was heartbroken when they learned Monica had died in a DUI crash Saturday morning in El Cajon. Now, they have a message for not just the driver, but for all drivers. NBC 7’s Liberty Zabala reports.
FBI officials say a 16-year-old boy stowed away in the wheel well of a flight from California to Hawaii survived the trip halfway across the Pacific Ocean unharmed despite frigid temperatures at 38,000 feet and a lack of oxygen, according to The Associated Press. FBI spokesman Tom Simon said the boy from Santa Clara, Calif., hopped a fence to get to Hawaiian Airlines Flight 45 on Sunday morning.
A small plane was forced to land without its wheels down in San Diego's North County, and the nail-biting moments were caught on camera.