Construction Starts On New Segment Of Bayshore Bikeway

SAN DIEGO–Elected leaders and bike riders came together on Sunday morning to break ground on a new 2.25-mile segment of the Bayshore Bikeway, which will eventually loop 24 miles around San Diego Bay. “We are making great progress on completing the Bayshore Bikeway in the next four years, and this new segment gets us one […]

Man Found Shot On I-94 Freeway

SAN DIEGO–An unidentified male was found shot in his upper torso on Interstate 94  freeway Saturday night, San Diego police said Sunday. Detectives said the incident occurred, just after 11:30 p.m., near Euclid Avenue along the I-94 north shoulder. When police officers arrived on scene, they found an adult Hispanic male laying on the ground […]

Sheriff’s Department Awarded DUI Grant

SAN DIEGO–The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is getting a big boost in its ongoing goal to keep impaired drivers off our roadways. The California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) has awarded the Sheriff’s Department a $250,000 grant that will fund a year’s worth of special operations and campaigns designed to stop drivers under the […]

O’Reilly Auto Parts To Pay $9.86 Million In Hazardous Waste Disposal Case

SAN DIEGO–The San Diego County District Attorney’s Office along with 50 other California District Attorneys offices, announced a $9.86 million settlement today against Missouri-based O’Reilly Auto Parts as part of a civil environmental prosecution alleging the company mishandled hazardous waste. The settlement was approved by the Alameda County Superior Court and led by the District […]

New Americans Museum Vandalized With Hate Messages

SAN DIEGO–New Americans Museum in Liberty Station was vandalized Saturday morning with two anti-immigrant hate messages written on exhibitions signs. Museum staffers discovered the messages on exhibit signs which were written with a black marker pen. Vandals wrote: “too much immigration! Go back to your country, This one is ours!” and “over population and crowding […]

MCAS Miramar To Conduct Lockdown Exercise

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION MIRAMAR–Personnel aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar are scheduled Tuesday to conduct an exercise designed to rehearse procedures in the case of a basewide lockdown. The exercise is an opportunity for Miramar personnel, family members, retirees and visitors to practice lockdown procedures in the case of a potential emergency. All MCAS Miramar […]

Stock Lending Firm Owner Convicted In $100 Million Stock-Loan Fraud Scheme

SAN DIEGO–A 51-year-old former owner of Amerifund Capital Finance, LLC located in Boca Raton, Florida, was convicted by a federal jury for his role in an elaborate stock-loan fraud scheme in which executives and shareholders of publicly traded corporations collectively lost over $100 million when the stock they pledged as collateral for loans was immediately […]

County Issues Health Advisory For Swimmers

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 […]

Founder of Litigation Marketing Company Guilty Of Multi-Million Dollar Securities Fraud

SAN DIEGO–A 43-year-old San Diego man pleaded guilty in federal court this week to defrauding investors through litigation marketing company PLCMGMT LLC (dba Prometheus). David Aldrich admitted that he conspired with James Catipay, who pleaded guilty on October 26 to lie to investors when convincing them to invest. Specifically, Aldrich and Catipay falsely told investors […]

TB Reported San Diego High Schools

SAN DIEGO–Staff and students at Sweetwater and Serra High Schools may have been exposed to active tuberculosis, according to the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency. The agency says the possible individual exposure to TB at Sweetwater High School occurred between July 20 and Oct. 25, and at Serra High School between Aug. […]