OC provides Caregiver Kits™ (15 items of basic hygiene and comfort) to U.S. troops "far from the flagpole" (FOB's, FOP's, COP's, Mobile Humvee bases, etc.). Kits are mailed to...
If you feel we’ve experienced an abnormal amount of rain this season, you are right. This week’s record-breaking rainstorms made for some impressive monthly rainfall totals. San Diego hasn’t had an ongoing rainfall average this impressive in over a decade. NBC 7 Meteorologist Jodi Kodesh said with the month of February now in the books, San Diego is now well above its average rainfall for the “rain season” that starts Oct. 1. Kodesh said that San Diego measured 11.62 inches of rain from Oct. 1 through the last day of February. Normal rainfall for that time period is 7.36 inches, meaning San Diego is 4.26 inches above average. According to National Weather Service Meteorologist Brett Albright, the last time the city had an average higher than that, was during the 2004-05 season, with an October to February total of 19.64 inches. That year was an El Nino year. While San Diego typically sees some rain in the month of Ma
Several massive boulders have fallen along State Route 78, closing the highway through San Diego's North County Wednesday.
The University of California says it investigated 113 cases of sexual misconduct at its 10 campuses over a three-year period prior to a series of scandals at UC Berkeley last year.
President Donald Trump gave Republican congressional leaders a rallying cry and even a roadmap as they try to push through a sweeping and divisive agenda on health care, taxes and more. In his first address to a joint session of Congress, Trump said largely what GOP leaders were hoping to hear Tuesday night, staying on-message and talking in optimistic tones, even weighing in at one point to settle a brewing dispute over how to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday morning that Trump showed Congress and the nation his "broad shoulders, big heart, reaching out, focusing on the future." Pence spoke on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
San Diego Unified School District leaders voted Tuesday to move forward with a $124 million budget cut.
According to Matt, his family noticed the floor and walls behind their Culligan water cooler were seriously damaged.