Local Produce Showcase Connects Local Growers And Buyers

SAN DIEGO–The Second annual Let’s Go Local! Produce Showcase feeds the growing appetite for locally grown and raised products among San Diego and Orange County school districts, hospitals, universities, preschools, and restaurants this Food Day. The showcase puts a fresh spin on the traditional product showcase model to promote local agriculture sales. More than 40 […]

El Cajon Receives Major Grant Funding To Improve Traffic Flow, Reduce Congestion

EL CAJON–In an ongoing effort to enhance the safety of our roadways, the El Cajon City Council gave their approval on October 14, 2014, to accept Federal Grant funding for the third portion of three major transportation grants received this year. The State, through a competitive process, awarded El Cajon three separate grants from the […]

Male Found Dead In Bay Ho Identified

SAN DIEGO—A man found deceased in the backyard at a Bay Ho residence on October 19 was identified by police as 41-year-old Paul Michael Martinez of San Diego. Investigators say Martinez’s body was found in the 4700 block of Monongahela Street. He sustain blunt force trauma to his upper torso and was unresponsive. Medical intervention […]

Police Search For Leads In Unsolved Murder Of Chuck Owens

Suspect in murder of Chuck Owens

SAN DIEGO–Crime Stoppers and the San Diego police continue to look for leads in the unsolved murder of 28-year-old Chuck Owens. Detectives said on October 13, 2013, Owens was shot and killed at Marie Wideman Park, located at 6700 Imperial Avenue in San Diego. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his late […]

Children Potentially Exposed To Rabies In San Marcos

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SAN DIEGO–The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency is asking for help in identifying anyone who may have been exposed to a rabid bat found outside a restaurant in San Marcos on Oct. 18. The bat was discovered by five children under a tree in an outdoor courtyard area approximately 15-20 feet […]

Crews Will Work Both Sides Of I-5 For Ocean View Rehab Project

SAN DIEGO–This week construction crews will be working on both northbound and southbound Interstate 5 (I-5) for the Ocean View Rehab Project. Crews will close three of the four lanes on both sides of the freeway in two mile sections between the Aliso Creek Rest Area and the San Diego-Orange County line tonight through Thursday, […]

Hillside Recreation Center Has A New Look

Renovated Hillside Recreation Center.

EL CAJON—City officials and dignitaries are expected to attend the grand re-opening of the Hillside Recreation Center slated for October 21. The event will kick-off at 4 p.m.with welcoming words from the mayor, city council, and staff. Festivities will include live music, a dance performance by the TNT Performing Company, a photo booth, kid’s crafts, […]

Vehicle Crashes Into Oceanside Church

OCEANSIDE—Oceanside police are investigating an early morning traffic collision at the Family Fellowship Church. At 1:20 a.m. officers responded a report of a traffic collision located at 420 N. El Camino Real in Oceanside. When officers arrived on scene, they observed a 2013 Lexus GS 350 had struck the southwest corner of the church building. […]

Oceanside Police Shoot Dog

OCEANSIDE—Police officers shot and killed a dog after the owner refused to restrain the dog that charged at officers. Early Monday at approximately 2:50 a.m. officers responded to a radio call of a suspicious subject who was sitting in a chair by the front door of a residence in the 700 block of Morse Street. […]

POLARBEAR Detects Curls In The Universe’s Oldest Light

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LA JOLLA–Cosmologists have made the most sensitive and precise measurements yet of the polarization of the cosmic microwave background. The report, published October 20 in the Astrophysical Journal, marks an early success for POLARBEAR, a collaboration of more than 70 scientists using a telescope high in Chile’s Atacama desert designed to capture the universe’s oldest […]