The businesses of tomorrow know the future continues to be made in California. The state will come roaring back from COVID.
A man described by police as being in his 30s robbed a Cricket Wireless store in the East San Diego area at gunpoint Monday.
Face coverings are not required outdoors, but in indoor settings outside the home masks will continue to be required regardless of a person’s vaccination status.
The North County Transit District announced Monday the California Energy Commission has awarded it a $4 million grant to construct a hydrogen fueling station at the agency’s West Division Breeze Facility in Oceanside.
The United States Tennis Association Crabel Capital Men’s 65 National Hard Court Championships began Monday morning at the Barnes Tennis Center in Ocean Beach.
San Diego residents will be able to offer input on Mayor Todd Gloria’s proposed $4.6 billion budget at a special City Council meeting Monday evening as part of the annual budgetary process.
A suspect was arrested Monday morning after ramming a patrol vehicle and hitting at least two other cars during a short pursuit in the Point Loma Heights area, police said.
Dedrick Daknell Jones who stabbed a San Diego police dog during an altercation with officers in the Midway District was sentenced Monday to one year in custody and two years of felony probation.
A 29-year-old woman was driving a 2016 Toyota Camry eastbound on Balboa Avenue when she struck the man’s 2018 Honda Accord that was northbound on Mount Everest Boulevard.
Hillcrest’s CityFest returns to Fifth Avenue this summer for more music, arts and fun after a pause in 2020 due to the pandemic.
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency reported 108 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, and for the second day in a row, five deaths.
While the university system announced a year ago it would phase out use of the tests by the fall of 2025, the settlement makes this immediate.
A booming business in private firefighting is creating friction with government firefighters as wildfires grow more frequent and dangerous across the western United States.
The Padres, again taking advantage of walks by their opponent, won 5-3 Sunday, to sweep the NL Central leaders, the St. Louis Cardinals.