Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday signed a bill he championed to fight alleged price gouging by oil companies in California.
Report: 2022 Most Dangerous Year for Journalists in Mexico
Last year was the most violent on record for journalists in Mexico, the free-speech group Article 19 said on Tuesday, citing security forces and other state agents as the main offenders.
Drunk Driver Sentenced for Crash That Killed Menifee Man in Carlsbad
A 52-year-old man who drove drunk, then caused a chain reaction crash that killed a man who was standing by his disabled vehicle on Interstate 5 in Carlsbad was sentenced Tuesday to nearly 12 years in state prison.
Couple Pleads Guilty to Smuggling $2M in Dangerous Pesticides into California
A couple from the Coachella Valley community of Thermal pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiring to smuggle $2 million worth of illegal Mexican pesticides and veterinary drugs for distribution across the United States.
Spring Valley Man, 31, Sentenced for Two Human Smuggling Incidents
A Spring Valley man was sentenced to just over four years in prison for smuggling 20 people who illegally entered the United States on two occasions, one of which involved a high-speed police chase.
Bill Supported by Mayor Gloria Stiffening Penalties for Fentanyl Dealers Stalls
A bipartisan bill supported by San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria aimed at cracking down on fentanyl dealers whose customers die stalled in a state Senate committee Tuesday.
Tom York on Business: San Diego Rents Still Rising, But Affordability Is Better than Miami
Rent in San Diego averaged $2,844 in February, but that required only 37% of the typical household income, compared to 42% in Miami.
Wounded Warrior Homes Opens First House for Female Veterans in North County
Wounded Warrior Homes has opened its first house for female veterans with traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress in North County, officials announced Tuesday.
Ex-Navy Doctor Pleads Guilty to Role in $2 Million Insurance Fraud
A U.S. Navy doctor pleaded guilty in San Diego federal court Tuesday to his role in a scheme that involved making false medical claims to a military insurance program in exchange for unearned benefits.
Forecasters Expect Two Waves of Rain in Storm on Wednesday and Thursday
The National Weather Service office in San Diego said Tuesday the next storm to douse the region will begin overnight Tuesday and continue in two waves through Thursday before a dry and sunny weekend.
Rep. Peters Warns San Diego Travelers of Delays in Passport Processing
The State Department is currently receiving half a million applications for passports every week, and the waiting time is now 10-13 weeks for routine processing and 7-9 weeks for expedited processing.
Opinion: It Turns Out Anti-Gig Economy Law AB 5 Was Tarnished by ‘Backroom Dealing’
Former Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez of San Diego received a scathing rebuke from the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for her blatant “animus” and “pure spite” directed at Uber when crafting her disastrous anti-independent contractor law.
San Diego Border Patrol Agents Stopped 290 Migrants from 36 Countries on Friday and Saturday
Border Patrol agents assigned to the Imperial Beach station encountered 290 individuals illegally crossing into the U.S., from 36 different countries, in less than 13 hours.
Woman Arrested for Alleged DUI, Driving Mercedes- Benz on Wrong Side of Road in Santee
A 53-year-old woman was arrested Tuesday for allegedly driving on the wrong side of the road under the influence of drugs.