Steve-O gets 30 days in jail for SeaWorld stunt
Steve-O pleaded no contest to trespassing and illegal use of fireworks.
Man pleads guilty to gunning down wife
How did ISIS get so many Toyotas?
Toyota says it does not know how ISIS obtained the vehicles and is “supporting” the inquiry led by the Terror Financing unit of…
Group seeks fact-finding mission over strike
Doctors Without Borders called for an independent and unprecedented fact-finding mission on Wednesday to investigate a…
Wyoming woman dies of rabies
Officials say a Fremont County woman has died after contracting what is believed to be Wyoming's first confirmed human rabies case.
Senate to vote on massive defense bill
The Senate is poised to vote Wednesday on a $612 billion defense policy bill that President Barack Obama says he'll veto over a larger…
Gowdy on McCarthy's comments: 'Kevin screwed up'
The chairman of the committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks says House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy "screwed up" when…
History's biggest trade deal in numbers
The Trans-Pacific Partnership involves five years of negotiations among 12 nations that represent 40 percent of the global GDP.
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.