Local News

  1. Grandmother, 75, cited for preaching at border

    Grandmother, 75, cited for preaching at border

    A grandmother is no longer due in court after being ticketed for promoting her faith at a trolley station.

  2. Local restaurants sued over surcharges

    Local restaurants sued over surcharges

    Lawsuits have been filed against some of San Diego's most popular restaurants. Attorneys from Hyde & Swigart say the surcharges range from 2 to 4 percent of the cost of the meal and are not always clearly disclosed- violating several statues of the state business code.

  3. Couple hoping to track down hit-and-run driver

    Couple hoping to track down hit-and-run driver

    A late night visitor left a costly mark in Hillcrest and one couple is determined to track that driver down.    

  4. UPS Hires Local Veterans for the Holiday Season

    UPS Hires Local Veterans for the Holiday Season

    As part of it's goal to hire 50,000 veterans by the end of 2018, UPS is hiring several local veterans for the busy holiday shipping season. 

  5. New mural set to go up in Chicano Park

    New mural set to go up in Chicano Park

    SAN DIEGO, Calif. (KGTV) -- A student-led effort from the Barrio Logan College Institute is paying off. The final design for a new mural that's been in the works for almost a year was recently approved by the Chicano Park Steering Committee. Students came up with the idea last fall.