More than 80 percent of California is no longer in drought after a series of winter storms, including last week's hourslong soaker in Southern California. About 17 percent of the state remains in drought, according to this week's U.S. Drought Monitor report, the first since last Friday's powerful storm. That's a dramatic turnaround from one year ago when 94 percent of the state was in drought during an historic five-year dry spell. This week's report even showed improvement for parts of Southern California that have been struggling to escape severe drought.
San Diego is now a Coast Guard City - an honor bestowed to only 20 other cities.
Police on campuses in the California State University system will not help federal officials enforce immigration law, the chancellor reminded students in a memo Wednesday.
U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly pledged Thursday that America won't enlist its military to enforce immigration laws and that there will be "no mass deportations." The declarations came as senior Trump administration officials sought to temper Latin American concerns about a new U.S. immigration crackdown.
San Diego Democrats are clamoring for answers from local representatives about what they can do to preserve their voice on Capitol Hill.
A drone is chased and batted down in a Siberian Tiger enclosure in the Heilongjiang Province of China.