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NBC 7 Responds Archive

NBC 7 Responds Archive

Mar 21, 2019

City Leaders Detail Changes to San Diego’s Water Department

City Leaders Detail Changes to San Diego’s Water Department

Big changes continue for San Diego’s Water Department, a department that has struggled to regain customer trust after more than a year of audits and internal investigations. Top San Diego city managers...

Mar 20, 2019

San Diego Water Department Insider Speaks Out

San Diego Water Department Insider Speaks Out

A former San Diego Water Department Supervisor tells NBC 7 Responds and Voice of San Diego that employees were blamed for management’s problems.

Mar 15, 2019

Supplementing Your Health

Supplementing Your Health

Just how effective are those daily supplements in maintaining your health?

Mar 15, 2019

Food Delivery Driver Gets Delivered a Scam

Food Delivery Driver Gets Delivered a Scam

Chris Faver is one of the millions of people in the country participating in the gig economy - rideshare and food delivery services such as Uber, and Lyft and DoorDash and Postmates - as a way of making...

Mar 14, 2019

Utilizing Your Utility Bills to Boost Your Credit Score

Utilizing Your Utility Bills to Boost Your Credit Score

Are you looking to boost your credit score but don’t have enough credit history to do so? If so, you may be in luck. Consumers can now use monthly utility, cellphone, and cable bills to give their...

Mar 6, 2019

Solana Beach Man Grounded Over Airline Refund

Solana Beach Man Grounded Over Airline Refund

NBC 7 Responds helps a Solana Beach man get off the ground in his journey for a refund from Lufthansa Airlines

Mar 1, 2019

Changes to Your Next Power Bill

Changes to Your Next Power Bill

Changes are coming to your power bill. The changes could result in higher bills.

Mar 1, 2019

Fighting Type 1 Diabetes and the Rising Cost of Insulin

Fighting Type 1 Diabetes and the Rising Cost of Insulin

Keary Cheney began feeling sick while she and her husband Justin were in Uganda to adopt their two children Zola and Oliver. A month later she slipped into a coma. Doctors diagnosed her with Type 1 Diabetes, an...

Feb 26, 2019

Singer For Alice In Chains Cover Band Tied Up in Knots

Singer For Alice In Chains Cover Band Tied Up in Knots

Eric Koonze knows when something sounds in tune. The singer for the popular local cover band, Alice Insane, also knows when something sounds off. The second he heard a strange sound when his 2014 Ford Focus...

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California Waives Environmental Rules for Fire Season Prep
California Waives Environmental Rules for Fire Season Prep

California Gov. Gavin Newsom will allow state fire officials to bypass some environmental regulations to clear dead trees and other vegetation ahead of the next wildfire season.

Police Search for Sex Assault Suspect in Talmadge
Police Search for Sex Assault Suspect in Talmadge

San Diego police launched a search Friday morning in Talmadge for a suspect accused of sexually assaulting a woman.

Video Shows Truck on Fire Next to Plane at SD Airport
Video Shows Truck on Fire Next to Plane at SD Airport

Video captured by an NBC 7 viewer showed a truck in flames next to a plane at San Diego International Airport (SAN) on Thursday.

Stoned Driver Gets Max in Fatal Crash With Vintage Porsche
Stoned Driver Gets Max in Fatal Crash With Vintage Porsche

The woman's defense attorney had argued his client suffered an unusual reaction to a very potent strain of marijuana on the way home from the dispensary.

La Jolla Mother's Brutal Killing Solved 40 Years Later
La Jolla Mother's Brutal Killing Solved 40 Years Later

Advancements in DNA technology have helped the San Diego Police Department identify the man responsible for killing a mother of two in her La Jolla home four decades ago.

2018 Border Clash Highlighted in New Documentary on Migrants
2018 Border Clash Highlighted in New Documentary on Migrants

A filmmaker who aims to tell what he calls "victim-driven" stories is premiering a documentary in San Diego Friday focused on asylum-seeking migrants who are "Stuck in Tijuana."