San Diego officer suspended after arrest
Gilbert Lorenzo, a 7-year veteran of the force, is suspected of domestic violence against his wife.
Former SDPD officer ordered to stand trial
TSA, SoCal mom settle breast milk lawsuit
Stacey Armato was held at a Phoenix airport after refusing to have her breast milk X-rayed.
Spacewalking astronauts tackle urgent repair job
Spacewalking astronauts easily replaced a dead computer outside the International Space Station on Wednesday and got their orbiting home…
SD-bound plane lands in LA due to engine problem
The United Airlines flight landed safely at 7:27 a.m. at LAX.
State senators to receive refresher on ethics
Calif. Senate president cancels committee hearings; orders senators and their top aides to devote day to ethics training.
Official: Debris is not likely to be from plane
An official says the item that washed ashore in southwestern Australia isn't likely to have come from the missing Malaysian jet.
No more free child care leaves parents in lurch
The popular program at Felicita and Lincoln elementary schools is closing due to a lack of state funding.
Opera gets a few more weeks to find some money
On Friday, the opera announced they are extending the closure date from April 29 to May 19.
Why did opera's management sit on valuable info?
It was detailed marketing research that might have helped the San Diego Opera survive, so why didn't anyone use it?
Nearly 500 parolees in county monitored by GPS
Team 10 looked into the number of criminals in San Diego County currently monitored by GPS tracking devices.
Rumor control: No incentive for opera to close
One big question in all of this has been how those heading up the organization would make out once the San Diego Opera closed.