Few employees who have left the mayor’s office since his term began seven months ago are willing to discuss why they left. Read More
In California, a state agency inspects every roller coaster up to four times a year. Read More
Emails show Manuel Paul sent instructions to staff, wrote letters of recommendation and agreed to represent the district even after the board accepted his resignation. Read More
NBC 7’s ITeam examined employment contracts that allow as high as a .04 BAC Read More
A San Diego couple plans to sue a local law firm after they claim one of its employees misrepresented information. Read More
An attorney who alleges “numerous” women were sexually harassed by San Diego Mayor Bob Filner told NBC 7 Investigates none of the alleged victims alerted their supervisor or other coworkers about the behavior. Read More
Documents reveal a toddler found unconscious in a pool alongside his dead baby sister tried to wake his mother before the two children drowned. Read More
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner still refuses to provide the cost of a special trip he took to Paris last week, funded by the nonprofit arm of the National Council of Resistance of Iran. Read More
For the first time, we're hearing from a San Ysidro school trustee about a suspicious incident at the School District's headquarters earlier this week in which some people reported documents burned in a trash can. NBC 7 Investigates Mari Payton reports.
Questionable receipts and new claims made by a key witness in corruption case involving current and former school officials. Read More
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It’s been nearly three months to the day that Jack Jackson was found dead.
A vending machine may be making it easier for thieves to cash in on your iPhone.
A teenager died hiking in the sweltering temperatures in San Diego County.
A woman who witnesses said appeared to be in labor was prevented from crossing an LA street Wednesday afternoon because the road was closed for President Barack Obama’s motorcade.
As costumed fans take over downtown San Diego for Comic-Con this week, one online group claims the event's current anti-harassment policy simply isn’t enough while organizers insist safety is their main concern.
Teacher pay is not a new topic, but a new report by the Center for American Progress zeroes in on how little they get late in their careers.