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KFMB-TV 8 - CBS
7677 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111 Directions
A man who was hitting red light cameras in Encinitas with a baseball bat Saturday attacked a San Diego County sheriffs deputy who tried to stop him, authorities said.
A Clairemont man is sharing his inspirational story of survival and its nothing short of a miracle.
REDDING, Calif. - Police in California say they will pursue criminal charges against a cleanup worker who posted photos of himself in properties destroyed in a wildfire that some are calling disrespectful.
One person was shot and another stabbed at a house party in El Cajon, police said Sunday.
Dont let a Grinch steal all the presents before they even get under the tree. Thieves or porch poachers or porch pirates are making their rounds in neighborhoods hoping to find some amazing packages that have been delivered and left on the porch.
5200 Campanile Dr
San Diego, CA 92182 Directions
KSWB-TV 5 - FOX
7191 Engineer Rd
San Diego, CA 92111 Directions
Officers were chasing a patient who stole an ambulance near Lake Elsinore Sunday.
A man was stabbed in the chest Sunday evening in the East Village.
The San Diego Bay lit up with holiday spirit Sunday as festive boats sailed from Shelter Island to the ferry landing in Coronado for the annual Parade of Lights.
Its an old cliche, but for Lakeside Fire and Rescue, saving a cat stuck in a tree was actually all in a days work Sunday.
One person was shot and another stabbed at a womans twentieh birthday party in El Cajon, police said Sunday.
San Diego CityBeat
3047 University Ave
San Diego, CA 92104 Directions
I felt it was time to take a look at some of our citys ongoing issues and offer a few predictions for 2019.
Curses Foiled again All I wanted this year was to get that pesky gas tax repealed. And I wouldve gotten away with it too, if it werent for those meddling liberals
Lets face it, most holiday songs are trash. And while were sure many people look forward to hearing Mariah Careys All I Want For Christmas is You for the billionth time, wed like to think our readers are a little more discerning.
The time seems ripe for the music of Demasiado.
Still, rather than rest on their laurels, the band has recently been playing shows with help from Mad Alchemy Light Show.
San Diego Reader
San Diego, CA 92102 Directions
San Diego Union-Tribune
600 B St
San Diego, CA 92101 Directions
In 1967, Ron Newman rolled across the seas like so many others before and after him who figured the United States of America would be a nice place to start a new life. The native of the little market town Fareham, England home of the tiny non-league club Fareham F.C. spent an eclectic stretch...
Charles James never could have envisioned a sweeter birthday celebration than the one he experienced on Saturday night. Nearly 600 miles from home, in a quaint old-western town of about 2,000 people with no stop lights but several saloons, at 2,500 feet in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, with...
San Diego State received a verbal commitment over the weekend from Joe Green, a 6-foot-4 quarterback at Skyline High in Sammamish, Wash. Green, who made the announcement on Twitter, is a pro-style quarterback who has passed for 5,100 yards and 44 touchdowns the past two years for the Spartans....
A man was hit by a car and suffered head injuries Sunday morning when he stepped into oncoming traffic in Allied Gardens, San Diego police said. The 28-year-old pedestrian was on the center divider when he walked into the path of a Toyota Camry driven by a 30-year-old man around 7:30 a.m. on Mission...
One person was shot and another stabbed at a house party in El Cajon late Saturday night, police said. Several 911 calls came in to police at about 11:50 p.m. reporting a fight at a party on Andover Road just east of South Second Street, El Cajon police Lt. Eric Taylor said. Callers reported that...
University of California SD TV
9500 Gilman Dr
San Diego, CA 92093 Directions
Experience the remarkable insight of Larry Gulko, brand architect and strategist, Co-Host of CBS Bostons Name Brands, founder and moderator of the Harvard Business School Annual CEO Brand Leadership Roundtable. In his entertaining and engaging style, Gulko inspires audiences to take a fresh look and focus their brand. He shares his bold and disruptive strategies to build best-selling brands, create an authentic voice to unlock a market, and break through the marketing noise by being known for one word that emotionally connects. He teaches audiences how to dominate product categories, choreograph a customer experience unlike any other to ensure consumers love and respect the brand, and strategically position brands to achieve breakthrough levels of revenue and growth success. Series: The Career Channel Show ID: 33998
A gene drive is a targeted contagion intended to spread within species, forever altering the offspring. Gene drive enthusiasts say they could wipe out malaria, saving more than half a million lives each year. As yet, no CRISPR gene drive has been released in the wild few have even been built. Laurie Zoloth of the University of Chicago explores the ethical questions about genes designed to spread through populations and alter ecosystems, and their unforeseen consequences. Series: Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society Show ID: 34183
La Jolla Symphony & Chorus begins their 64th season with questions about lineage: Where do we come from How does the music of our past inform our understanding of the future Lineage, a piece by young Canadian composer Zosha de Castri, recalls how her grandmothers tales shaped her own sense of being Canadian. Igor Stravinskys Petrushka was inspired by his memories of Russian Shrovetide fairs, in all their color and excitement. Finally, everything on the planet began with water, and in celebration, Music Director Steven Schick gives up his baton to solo in Tan Duns Concerto for Water Percussion and Orchestra, with Michael Gerdes conducting. Series: La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Show ID: 34002
Earths changing climate provides a natural laboratory for examining how organisms evolve adaptations to environmental extremes. As climate change accelerates, an obvious question arises: can evolution keep up with rapid change or are most species likely to go extinct as temperatures rise Join Scripps Oceanography biologist Ron Burton as he describes the cutting-edge genetic tools he uses to understand how populations of tidepool animals cope with rapid temperature changes and how evolution has shaped those responses across the geographic range of each species. Series: Jeffrey B. Graham Perspectives on Ocean Science Lecture Series Show ID: 33840
This symposium addresses the interactive gene-culture co-evolution of the human brain with tool use and technology - ranging from simple stone tools millions of years ago to computers today. Series: CARTA - Center for Academic Research and Training in Anthropogeny Show ID: 34194
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