Father fights for changes after son's death
A San Diego man is dead and his family believes the drugstore CVS could have done more to help him.
Vanity plate rejects: Why the DMV said 'NO'
The California Department of Motor Vehicles gets a lot of requests for personalized plates and as you might imagine, not all of them make the cut.
Registered pedophile offers credit repair
Folks looking for credit repair services and investments say a pedophile scammed them out of money.
Embattled CEO out as head of Port of San Diego
The San Diego Unified Port Commissioners decided to oust their leader on Friday.
Disbarred attorney accused in scam back in court
Steven Liss is accused of six felonies and was arraigned Thursday.
Accused cyberbully faces judge
A teen accused of causing a suicide through cyberbullying, faced a judge in juvenile court for the first time on Wednesday.