Burn victim: Del Taco worker insulted my looks
Antonio Dobbins, 50, is speaking out against Del Taco after he said one of its employees made a startling remark…
Crash sends SUV atop car, no one hurt
Boston-bound airline pilot dies
An American Airlines captain became gravely ill and incapacitated while flying from Phoenix to Boston and later died, but his first officer…
Obama to visit Oregon shooting victims' families
President Barack Obama will travel to Oregon this week to visit privately with families of the victims of last week's shooting at a…
Farmer opens barn to show woolly mammoth bones
A barn in southeastern Michigan suddenly has become a natural history museum since bones from a woolly mammoth were discovered by a farmer…
Russian TV: Syrian weather's great for bombing
Russia's state-controlled press is all in on Syrian intervention — even their weather forecasters.
UN Human Rights Council and the death penalty
Many call Saudi Arabia hypocritical for its UNHRC membership and its executions, but other countries on the council also use the death penalty.
Hillary Clinton pitches new gun controls
Hillary Rodham Clinton offered an emotional plea for tougher gun control laws on Monday, vowing after last week's deadly Oregon…
EMTs say ambulance company owes them thousands
Former employees of a local ambulance company say they weren't paid thousands of dollars for their long hours of hard work.
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.