Calif. regulators adopt mandatory water cutbacks
California regulators adopt unprecedented mandatory water cutbacks to address ongoing drought.
Some San Diegans sad to see green lawns go
Is this really a French Patriot Act?
A bill passed the lower house of the French Parliament that is being compared to the U.S.'s anti-terrorism surveillance laws.
LA sues Wells Fargo, alleges fraudulent conduct
Rigid sales quotas have driven employees to open unauthorized accounts for customers, according to a lawsuit.
Why British elections are less obnoxious
When it comes to elections, the U.S. could learn a thing or two from its neighbor across the pond.
Pacquiao sued for not disclosing shoulder injury
Nevada boxing regulators are looking into possible disciplinary action against Pacquiao for failing to disclose the injury.
Couple convicted of having sex on beach
Jose Caballero and Elissa Alvarez were found guilty of lewd and lascivious exhibition.
False conviction? SD man fights for justice
Ten years ago, Brandon Price was convicted of murder and robbery. He claims he is innocent.
Parent: SDUSD gave private info to other family
A parent told Team 10 that private information about their child was given to another family by SD Unified.
EMT released after sentencing delay in sex case
Zachary Stinchcomb pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15-year-old girl he met online.
Questions raised over safety of intersection
Parents and students say they want more safety measures in light of a fatal crash in front of West Hills High.
San Diego threatens fines over trash pickup
Homeowners have been threatened with an $88 fine if they don’t remove their trash cans an hour after pickup.