Poll: Faulconer job approval rating soars
69 percent of respondents were happy with the job the San Diego mayor is doing.
Snow possible in San Diego mountains overnight
U.S. could deport 150 Bosnians for war crimes
The U.S. is investigating as many as 600 Bosnian immigrants for possible connections to war crimes committed during the Bosnian war.
Venezuela levels sanctions against U.S.
As low oil prices hit Venezuela's economy, the country's president is turning his anti-American rhetoric into action, with sanctions against the U.S.
Sierra Leone VP in Ebola quarantine
Sierra Leone Vice President Samuel Sam-Sumana said he's doing well, but wanted to be cautious after his bodyguard died from Ebola.
Robert Mugabe celebrates 91st birthday
Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe turned 91 recently, and his supporters threw him a lavish party to commemorate the occasion.
ISIS's history of destroying artifacts
The latest ISIS video showing the group destroying artifacts shows a tactic they've been using for months.
Future of jailed woman's mansions in question
Elba Esther Gordillo is accused of embezzling nearly $160 million from a Mexican labor union.
Protest demanding training after Team 10 stories
Community members want change after Team 10's investigation regarding a deputy's treatment of a man with Down syndrome.
Documents reveal new info in Barona deaths
Team 10 has uncovered new information about the deaths of a man and a toddler on the Barona Reservation in January.
ECPD Chief confirms harassment investigation
Police insiders claim a sergeant sent lewd pictures and text messages to several women in the department.
Data: Cops stop blacks, Hispanics at higher rate
The report shows police made more than 144,000 stops in 2014 and breaks down the information by race.