Authorities Warn Residents Of “Skimmers” At Gas Pumps

SAN DIEGO–Authorities are warning San Diego county residents of skimmers being installed at gas pumps in the region. Someone has been installing scanning devices known as “skimmers” inside credit card readers at gas stations. They can steal your credit or debit card information, including pin numbers, and use it to make fraudulent purchases, according to […]

SANDAG Rejects Claims By Measure A Opponents

SAN DIEGO–To avoid wasting taxpayer dollars to engage in a legal fight over frivolous claims, SANDAG will update its web pages devoted to educational information about Measure A – a ballot measure that will go before voters in November asking them to invest in the San Diego region’s transportation system. “From the beginning, SANDAG staff […]

Superior Court Agrees With Measure A

SAN DIEGO–In a ruling this week, the Superior Court confirmed that Measure A will clean up millions of gallons of toxic polluted road runoff, repair San Diego’s aging infrastructure and help prevent wildfires, as stated in the ballot argument. Opponents to Measure A filed a writ last week seeking sweeping changes to the Measure A […]

San Diego Man Diagnosed With Mumps

SAN DIEGO–A San Diego man resident was diagnosed with mumps and may have exposed others while attending a concert at the Casbah in San Diego, the County Health and Human Services Agency says. According to agency, the man attended a Aug. 28 concert of Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears at the club, located at […]

Customs And Border Protection Officer, Two Others Arrested For Human Smuggling

SAN DIEGO–Federal authorities arrested a United States Customs and Border Protection officer and two co-conspirators in connection with a human smuggling operation conducted in San Diego. Authorities filed a six-count federal complaint against United States Customs and Border Protection Officer Jose Luis Cota, 50; Miriam Elizabeth Juarez Herrera, 31, of Mexico; and Gilberto Aguilar-Martinez, 31, […]

Fleet Week San Diego Pays Tribute To The Military

SAN DIEGO–This month, San Diegans will honor and celebrate the men and women of the military at Fleet Week San Diego. The Port of San Diego and the USS Midway will host the month-long free event that gives the public an opportunity to say thank you to military personnel for their services to the country. […]

San Diego Regional Chamber Of Commerce Endorse Road Repair Measure

SAN DIEGO–The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce endorsed the San Diego County Road Repair, Transit, Traffic Relief, Safety and Water Quality Measure on the November ballot to repair and upgrade our transportation infrastructure. “Measure A fixes our roads, creates capacity and freedom of movement for our residents and goods, and propels the growth of the economy throughout […]

FAA Sets Larger Flight Path Around Point Loma

SAN DIEGO–County Supervisor Greg Cox said Friday that the Federal Aviation Administration issued a decision on airport flight path changes that could potentially reduce flight noise over local neighborhoods. The decision was published by the FAA as part of a national air traffic rerouting plan. Last year, the FAA SoCal Metroplex Project proposed changing flight […]

Property Crime Up In San Diego Region

SAN DIEGO–Property crime went up by 4 percent countywide in the first half of 2016, compared to the same time period last year, while violent crime increased by 1 percent, according to the mid-year crime report released by the SANDAG Criminal Justice Research Division. The most striking increases in property crime were related to auto […]

San Diego Rail Corridor To Temporary Close This Weekend

OCEANSIDE–The San Diego coastal rail corridor will experience a major closure on the weekend of September 10 and 11. There will be no Coaster or Amtrak service this weekend due to infrastructure improvements. Additionally, passengers should be aware of the following: Amtrak 796, which is scheduled to depart Oceanside on Friday night at 11:57 p.m., […]