Rainy season in San Diego has officially started
The official rainy season kicked off Sunday in San Diego County, as showers and mild winds hit the region.
Bicyclist struck by vehicle on Mission Bay Drive
Gay priest loses duties at the Vatican
A senior priest announced he was gay and quickly lost duties at the Vatican. He thought it was important and he doesn't seem shocked by…
Dozens dead in Guatemalan landslide
More than 100 homes were buried in the landslide, which was triggered by heavy rains Thursday. The government reports dozens have died.
Belarusian protesters decry planned air base
About 1,000 opposition activists have protested Russia's plans to establish a military air base in Belarus, saying it would turn the…
Britain will get more drones to fight extremists
Britain will get 20 more drones and strengthen its special forces as Britain tries to help quell the growth of the Islamic State militant…
UC Berkeley requests recommendation letters
The University of California, Berkeley, will ask some freshman applicants to submit letters of recommendation from teachers and mentors this…
SF's last gun store closes doors for good
The only gun store in San Francisco is shuttering for good, saying it can no longer operate in the city's political climate of increased…
Girl barred from school due to lesbian parents
A five-year old girl is at the center of a fight that pits freedom of religion against non-discrimination rights.
Team 10: Housing project called a death trap
Residents in Valley Center spoke to Team 10, furious over a proposed development they say will put people at risk in the next wildfire.
Scam using Yellow Pages targets small businesses
"The basic scam for getting invoices for services you haven't requested has been around for a very long time."
Possible investigation for SDUSD board president
SAN DIEGO -- Controversy continues in the San Diego Unified School District and its school board president.
Power outages: Why no warning, folks ask
Questions remain over the power outage that affected about 115,000 people during a hot Sunday afternoon.
Motel that burned had prior safey violations
The La Mesa motel that was destroyed by fire last week hadn't been inspected for fire safety in more than a year.