Cruz For President Raised $26.5 Million Since Campaign Launch

Houston, TX–The Cruz for President campaign has raised $26.5 million since its campaign launch six months ago, with just over $12.2 million coming in during the third quarter. The campaign showed sustained momentum by doubling its total donations during the period, receiving 185,000 Q3 contributions for a total of more than 362,000 over the course […]

Second Person Dies From West Nile Virus

SAN DIEGO–Five more San Diego County residents have been confirmed to have been infected with West Nile virus, bringing the total number of people who have contracted the mosquito-driven disease this year to 11. The five new confirmed cases include a second fatality, a 73-year-old El Cajon man who died October 4. One newly confirmed […]

FBI, Police Search For Mission Federal Credit Union Robber

SAN DIEGO–Police and FBI are asking the public’s help to identify the individual responsible for the robbery of the Mission Federal Credit Union in San Diego. The bank, located at 269 West Washington Street, was robbed on September 16. On September 15, at approximately 4:58 p.m., the Mission Federal Credit Union was robbed by an […]

San Diego Police Investigate Suspicious Death In Midway District

SAN DIEGO–Homicide Detectives are investigating a suspicious death in the Midway District. On Thursday morning, officers were dispatched to a report of a battery occurring in the 3500 block of Sports Arena Boulevard. Officers located two males behind a business that were involved in a physical altercation. While officers were there, one of the male’s […]

Higgs Fletcher And Mack Welcomes Newest Associate

SAN DIEGO–Higgs Fletcher and Mack, a San Diego-based, full-service law firm for 75 years, announced the addition of Jamie Ritterbeck as its newest transportation litigation associate. She will assist partner Virginia Price in defending transportation companies in personal injury and cargo litigation. “Jamie has deep, domain experience in complex commercial and general business litigation matters. […]

MS May Start Later For Those Who Spend Teenage Summers In The Sun

(Newswise)–A study of people with multiple sclerosis (MS) found that those who spent time in the sun every day during the summer as teens developed the disease later than those reporting not spending time in the sun every day. The study, which was published in the October 7, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal […]

Caltrans To Temporarily Close Interstate 5 At Genesse Avenue For Repairs

SAN DIEGO–Caltrans advises motorists that crews will close all lanes on Interstate 5 in both directions at Genesee Avenue tonight and Thursday from 11 p.m. until 5 a.m. The closure will allow crews to prepare for the widening of the Genesee Avenue Bridge over I-5. During the closure, motorists in both directions will be detoured […]

Airman Who Thwarted Gunman On French Train Stabbed In Sacramento

SACRAMENTO–An Air Force service member who helped thwart a gunman’s attack on a French train in August, was involved in a stabbing incident in Sacramento. Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone was out with a group of friends when a physical altercation led to him being stabbed multiple times in his upper body. Immediately after the assault the assailants […]

Man Arrested For Theft Of Medical Machines

CARLSBAD–Police arrested a Los Angeles man Wednesday for the alleged theft of three medical machines at a Carlsbad business. Earlier Wednesday, the detective, working with other detectives, conducted an undercover operation which resulted in the arrest of one of the suspects, Floyd Brown. Brown is a 50 year-old resident of Los Angeles County. During the operation, […]

ICE Returns Stolen Charles Darwin Book To Owner

NEW YORK–A book written by scientist Charles Darwin on the process of natural selection is back with its rightful owner, the people of Canada. At a ceremony today at the Canadian Consulate in New York, U.S. Immigration Customs and Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) returned the book to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) […]