NBC 7 speaks with Mexican Consulate General Marecela Celorio about what people can do to help those affected by the massive earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday.
NBC 7's Consumer Bob shares the importance of renters insurance to not just renters but students in dorms.
NBC 7's Dave Summers reports on an incident that occurred in Chula Vista where a man allegedly ambushed police officers, stabbing one officer several times before police shot and killed him.
NBC 7's Wendy Fry reports on the death toll and damage to Mexico City after a massive earthquake.
NBC 7's Megan Tevrizian reports on a border wall lawsuit that was issued over the building of wall prototypes in Imperial Beach and San Diego County.
NBC 7's Consumer Bob shares information on canceling credit cards, as well as when it might not be a good idea.
NBC 7's Artie Ojeda reports on a man caught peering into homes in Carlsbad, and in at least two cases, seen prowling inside a resident's home.
NBC 7's Audra Stafford speaks with a woman from Oceanside who is in Mexico City where a devastating earthquake hit.
Telemundo 20's Lissette Martinez reports from Mexico City on the conditions of the people and city after a massive earthquake hit the area Tuesday.
Authorities seized nearly $700 million worth of cocaine and heroin in the past 45 days, a record amount of drugs in the time period. NBC 7's Liberty Zabala reports.