Police Investigate Suspicious Death In Bay Ho

SAN DIEGO–Homicide detectives are investigating a suspicious death of a male in the Bay Ho community. On Sunday morning, officers received a call of a deceased male at a residence in the 4700 block of Monongahela Street. When officers arrived at the home they found a 41 year-old male lying in the backyard of the […]

Couple Who Lost Home In Witch Creek Fire Indicted On Fraud Charges

SAN DIEGO–A Valley Center couple were arraigned on Thursday before U.S. Magistrate Judge Bernard Skomal on a ten-count indictment for various fraud charges they allegedly orchestrated after losing their home in the 2007 Witch Creek fire. In October 2007, Douglas Tumlinson, 40, and his wife Deborah, 43, lost their Ramona home in the wildfire. The […]

San Diego Woman Missing

Elizabeth Michelle Sullivan

SAN DIEGO–Investigators are asking the public’s assistance in searching for a missing San Diego woman. On Monday, Elizabeth Michelle Sullivan’s last contact was through text message.. Since then, her phone has been turned off. Her vehicle is at her residence and it is unknown what form of transportation she was using that day. Sullivan is […]

SDSU Student Gravely Ill From Probable Meningococcal Disease


SAN DIEGO–An 18-year-old undergraduate student at San Diego State University (SDSU) is gravely ill from probable meningococcal disease, an illness caused by the bacteria Neisseria meningitidis, the County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) reported today. The previously healthy female was admitted to a local hospital Tuesday morning after a flu-like illness. She lived on […]

Local Surf Spot Gets Much Needed Public Restroom Facility

The new Black’s Beach public restroom facility was designed to blend in with the surroundings at the renowned, but remote, surf spot.

LA JOLLA–Black’s Beach is well-known among Southern California surfers and residents, renowned for its powerful waves and secluded location beneath the soaring Torrey Pines bluffs. But while never short on strong breaks and spectacular scenery, there has been one thing that Black’s always lacked: Public restroom facilities. Now, thanks to the combined efforts of the […]

Three Males Arrested In Mount Hope Homicide

SAN DIEGO—Investigators arrested three San Diego males for the murder of a 23 year-old male in Mount Hope, San Diego police said on Thursday. Police arrested Monty Dashon Jackson, 26, Marlin Wayne Jackson, 35, and Anthony Erten Hayes, 36, and charged them with murder. All three suspects have been booked into County Jail. Late Wednesday […]

New Map Exposes Previously Unseen Details Of Seafloor

A marine gravity model of the North Atlantic. Photo: David Sandwell, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego

LA JOLLA–Accessing two previously untapped streams of satellite data, scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego and their colleagues have created a new map of the world’s seafloor, creating a much more vivid picture of the structures that make up the deepest, least-explored parts of the ocean. Thousands of previously uncharted mountains […]

Man Who Bilked Retired Priest Sentenced To Jail‏

Earl D. Roberts Jr.

SAN DIEGO–San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis announced a rare conviction and sentencing in an inter-state financial elder abuse case where a defendant stole $40,000 from a retired Catholic priest by using a Publishers Clearing House Sweepstakes scam. Earl D. Roberts Jr., 31, of South Carolina, was sentenced today to one year in jail […]

Rapid 215 Starts Service On Sunday

SAN DIEGO–Residents, workers, and students in the San Diego region will soon have a faster, more efficient, and more comfortable way to travel between San Diego State University and Downtown San Diego, via Park and El Cajon boulevards. Rapid 215 (Mid-City Rapid) will begin service on October 12, and rides will be free for everyone […]

Rescued Horses Go Up for Adoption This Saturday

Rescued horses will be up for adoption this weekend.

SAN DIEGO–More than two dozen neglected horses rescued by County Animal Services are now healthy enough to be put up for adoption. Animal control officers seized 31 horses and other livestock from a property in Valley Center August 23. An investigation into whether criminal charges will be filed is still underway. At the time of […]