El Nino flood danger a threat to 54K San Diegans
The geographically largest vulnerable areas are the Tijuana River Valley and the San Diego neighborhood of Palm City.
2 ATMs ripped from Otay Mesa strip mall
Trucker hauling liquid manure dies in crash
State police say a 49-year-old man was killed when the liquid manure hauler he was driving crashed on a rural road in western New York,…
Woman hides in portable toilet to avoid arrest
A woman wanted on identity theft charges has been arrested in Oregon after a construction worker lifted the lid of a portable toilet to find…
The India-Pakistan rivalry from outer space
The fortified border between India and Pakistan is one of the few international boundaries that can be seen from space.
Sphincter preservation is a real degree
A contestant on the BBC's "University Challenge" said she studied sphincter preservation, and that caught Twitter's attention.
Proposed fine of $1.9 million against drone user
The government is proposing a record $1.9 million fine against an aerial photography company for flying drones in crowded New York and…
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…
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.