Human Remains In Container Found In Lakeside Residence

LAKESIDE–Sheriff’s department deputies Tuesday attempted to serve a court ordered eviction notice to a Lakeside resident discovered human remains inside the Riverview Villa Apartment. Deputies were told a deceased person was located in one of the apartment’s interior rooms. They conducting a welfare check and found a container that encased a possible deceased individual. The […]

Freeway Shooting On I-8 Injures Driver

EL CAJON–A 50 year-old Spring Valley driver and his 45 year-old female passenger were shot by two men during an early Monday morning freeway confrontation, a California Highway Patrol spokesman said today. CHP says the victim was driving his 1989 Ford F350 pickup truck on Interstate 8 when he noticed a dark colored Toyota Tercel […]

Corporate CEO Admits Defrauding Shareholders

SAN DIEGO–A 50 year-old former Chief Executive Officer of San Diego-based Unico, Inc., pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday admitting he defrauded shareholders in a sophisticated stock fraud scheme. Lopez entered his plea before District Court Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel to conspiring to commit securities fraud, and was ordered to return for sentencing on May […]

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Environmental Health Coalition Climate Action Plan Heats Up In San Diego

SAN DIEGO–Today, Environmental Health Coalition (EHC) unveiled its plan to address climate change in San Diego. “Start Here, Start Now – Put Our Neighborhoods First in the Climate Action Plan,” echoed throughout tonight’s City Council scoping meeting as the community urged Mayor Kevin Faulconer to strengthen the plan and ensure that the neighborhoods most impacted […]

Environmental Health Advisory Issued For Coastal Waters

SAN DIEGO–The Department of Environmental Health has issued a general advisory for the coastal waters of San Diego County due to recent rainfall. Swimmers, surfers, and other ocean users are warned that levels of bacteria can rise significantly in ocean and bay waters, especially near storm drains, creeks, rivers, and lagoon outlets that discharge urban […]

Pertussis Cases Increase In San Diego County

SAN DIEGO–Cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, have increased in San Diego County surpassing the previous record by nearly 900 cases, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency said today. The agency says 2,072 pertussis cases were confirmed in 2014, eclipsing the previous record set in 2010 when 1,179 cases were reported. The […]

San Diego To Move Forward With Plastic Bag Ban In Wake Of State Referendum

SAN DIEGO–In wake of the announcement that will force a referendum to repeal California’s plastic bag ban, the City of San Diego has confirmed it will consider it’s own. San Diego is poised to join 138 communities in California, including Solana Beach and Encinitas, that have already enacted a plastic bag ban to address the […]

Authorities Investigate Mobile Home Fire Fatality

OCEANSIDE–Fire and police investigators are continuing their investigation of what caused the residential fire that killed a 74 year-old female February 22.  Authorities are looking into the circumstances surrounding the fire which took place at 4660 North River Road in Oceanside.  Medical Examiner’s Office says exact cause of death is pending further pathology results. The […]

8 More Flu Deaths Reported In San Diego

SAN DIEGO–Influenza claimed the lives of eight more San Diegans last week, bringing the total number of flu-related deaths this season to 62, the County Health and Human Services Agency reported Wednesday. “While influenza activity appears to be decreasing, people should continue to take precautionary measures to avoid getting sick,” said Wilma Wooten, M.D., M.P.H, […]