Sheriff's deputies are investigating the death as a possible suicide. Northbound Coaster trains are disrupted.
San Diego police said the teen is expected to survive.
Three adults and a teen were stopped Saturday in a vehicle used when a bicyclist was held at gunpoint last weekend.
The governor's proposed budget includes $100 million for reproductive health and sexual healthcare, as other states have recently passed laws against abortion
1,857 degree candidates participated in the Fowler College of Business commencement ceremony at San Diego State University, the first of three ceremonies held Saturday May 18, 2019. A total of about 10,300 students collectively will participate over eight different commencement ceremonies that began on Thursday at the Imperial Valley campus and will continue through May 19 in Viejas Arena.
CHP was alerted to a car and nearby trees on fire early Saturday
A man was stabbed and slightly injured late Friday night.
The district plans to spend $1.8 million over the course of five years for a financial software used by one other California school district.
The percentage of kindergartners who don't have all their required vaccinations — including the one for measles — rose after a law change that allows some students to skip them without citing a reason
The dismantling of the smaller Point Loma hash oil lab Friday came a day after agents took down a major lab in Warner Springs and discovered another hash oil operation after it exploded in El Cajon.
The Mendez-Brahan organization allegedly used an area east of Tecate, charging up to $8,500 for each of the hundreds of unauthorized immigrants they moved into the country for nearly a decade, prosecutors said.
Yasuko Fujii's love for learning never died, even as life got in the way
Birch Aquarium showcases a new seadragon exhibit Friday, with a tank large enough for the animals' underwater courtship rituals.
Dustin Steven Sniff, who taught at Christian High School in El Cajon, pleaded not guilty to forcible sex acts with minors, adults.
Deputies had Allen School Lane closed and were asking a suspect to surrender. After more than six hours, the man was taken into custody.
San Diego Border Patrol will take three flights per week of 120 to 135 people each from the Rio Grande Valley.
Federal authorities said the lab was extensive enough to produce 25 pounds of marijuana in one manufacturing cycle.
The cause of the blaze is under investigation. No one was injured at La Jolla Gardens Villas early Friday.
The owner called San Diego police Friday and said he had fired two rounds at a prowler.
The blaze at a warehouse on El Cajon Boulevard was quickly extinguished, then authorities found chemicals and hash-oil extraction equipment.
The man, described by witnesses as elderly, was hit about 7:35 p.m. on eastbound SR-94 near 28th Street and suffered major injuries.
The suspect was last seen running from Citibank and heading north on 60th Street. He wore sunglasses, an American flag bandanna over his face and a black hoodie pulled over his head.
"Come with me, I'm safe," one man allegedly told a 13-year-old girl Monday as she walked near Flying Hills Elementary School.
Father Joe's Villages has launched an outreach program that brings health services to homeless people on the streets in downtown San Diego.
A San Diego police captain said flyers left on some vehicles at Dog Beach in Ocean Beach had inaccurate information about the new law against vehicle habitation.
Jonathan Felix pleaded guilty in April rather than face trial on two charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm and drug charge.
The collision happened about 2:15 p.m. on Kearny Villa Road south of Balboa Avenue, near the off-ramp from northbound state Route 163. Kearny Villa Road was closed more than four hours, but reopened about 6:45 p.m.
Man arrested by Chula Vista police after tracked to apartment in complex where car was taken
"You don't get your day in court," said Esther Hatfield Miller, objecting to the new program of confidential mediations. "You can't expose the wrongdoing, the systemic abuse by the church."
2 transported to a hospital after blaze ignites as resident is using stove
Victim was trapped under the vehicle
In February 2018, a San Diego grand jury indicted four people in what the state Attorney General's Office said was a fraud scheme that had victimized 40 people who had sought mortgage help.
Paul Konen was convicted of a "bully on the beach" assault on East County swimming coach Kevin Eslinger.
Tyrone Duren also admitted to lying to federal investigators and evading taxes
Driver suffered injuries in the fire and was taken to the hospital
The study identified school districts where Hispanic, African-American and white students achieved higher than predicted, after controlling for socioeconomic status.
On his way home from work on state Route 76, the officer saw the vehicle coming toward him and tried to avoid the crash, a spokesman said. He was hit anyway, but apparently sustained only a minor injury.
A day after the San Diego City Council approved a new ban on people living in vehicles, homeless people and at least one supporter of the ban share some concerns about how it will be implemented.
Dennis Lee Curry, 63, went into medical distress Saturday at the George Bailey Detention Facility and died Monday. Authorities say his death was natural from complications of cirrhosis of the liver.
The 76 hate crimes reported in 2018 was the second lowest total from the past 10 years.
The Department of Homeland Security issued environmental waivers for expedited work in four more areas along the state's border with Mexico.
The suspect robbed employees at the Citibank on El Cajon Boulevard near College Avenue around 3:15 p.m. before fleeing into a nearby neighborhood, police said.
Reported crimes — homicides, rapes, child abuse, robbery, theft, murder, assault — in San Diego County
Student told police that packaged cold brew coffee supplies might be explosive, a bomb technician said. No danger was found.
Rain is expected Thursday, then again on Sunday, and perhaps again later next week
Leapfrog group awards 'A' rating to Alvarado Hospital Medical Center in La Mesa and Scripps Green Hospital in Torrey Pines
Frequent City Hall critic says he's a better lawyer than politician
Danya Margarita Williams, 42, is scheduled to be sentenced June 13 in a Chula Vista courtroom.
Callers reported heavy smoke under transition overpass, according to CHP
Victim was crossing East Mission Road at Iowa Street when he was hit by a white SUV around 5:05 a.m.
Louis J. Botha, 46, was among the four Americans, one Canadian and one Australian killed in the Monday afternoon crash near Ketchikan.
Board trustees said the salary is a needed investment to fix the district's human resources department
The FBI and Sacramento deputies tracked Joshua Vaden to Tijuana. After his arrest, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department jailed him and helped extradite him to Northern California.
Suspect allegedly approached girls and women after his street performances, convinced them to go to an isolated place and then assaulted them, police said.
The San Diego City Council weighed in on a proposed state law that would change the legal standard justifying when police use deadly force.
While the church would have no control over who is compensated, or how much money is offered, some worry that the confidential program would shield the identities of abusive priests
Noah Jackson is accused of fatally stabbing Walter Riley, a homeless man known for selling incense. Jackson's defense lawyer says Jackson is not the killer.
Ruben Nunez died in county jail after drinking too much water
The suspect faces charges of aggravated injuries and authorities may charge him with attempted murder, according to the Baja California attorney general
The wreck happened about 12:30 p.m. on east Clairemont Mesa Boulevard near Clairemont Drive.
Crime Stoppers offered a reward up to $1,000 for information leading an arrest of the suspect in the incident that happened April 8 at the Dollar Tree on Broadway.
Julio Riel Narvaez III pleaded guilty to attempted murder in the June 20, 2017 shooting of Michael Limbag, whose cousin is married to the defendant.
A man called to report an armed robbery shortly before 2 p.m. It was later deemed a false report
John T. Earnest, 19, is being prosecuted in both federal and state court in connection with the deadly rampage at Chabad of Poway
Aranza Maria Ochoa Lopez was taken from a Vancouver, Wash. mall during supervised visit with her mother in October. The FBI says California residents might have helpful information that could lead to her recovery.
The boat was found early Monday morning. Eight life jackets found nearby, the Border Patrol says.
Deputies arrested the suspect after a resident interrupted a heist in his home
Traffic being diverted to Interstate 15
Those returned to Mexicali under Migrant Protection Protocols have to travel more than 100 miles to the port of entry where they cross the border to go to immigration court.
The sisters were fist fighting at an apartment complex on East Grand Avenue when one used the construction tool to stab the other in the head.
Seven vehicles, 14 mobile street vending carts also hit. U.S. driver is taken into custody.
John Rodgers McFarland, 67, was charged last year with crimes that allegedly occurred in Escondido. He faces up to 179 years to life in prison if convicted of the new charges in Orange County.
The District Attorney's Office determined the officers who fired at Joe Darwish during a shootout at his home were justified in using deadly force.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has proposed a rule that would prohibit undocumented immigrants from living in Section 8 housing, but the head of the San Diego Housing Commission said the change could cost more money to implement and displace legal residents.
Former NFL player Winslow II has pleaded not guilty to all charges. Opening statements are set for May 20.
What was once the largest group of San Diego newcomers each month all but stopped coming under additional screening requirements of the Trump administration
Police said the body appeared to be that of a Hispanic man in his mid to late 20s, a lieutenant said. There were no obvious signs of trauma.
The District Attorney's Office determined the involved officers were justified in using deadly force to defend themselves.
Petition with more than 2,000 signatures shows that Scripps Health will not move forward without significant opposition
Crash reported shortly after 4:30 a.m. at North Melrose Drive intersection near state Route 78
California law allows employers to set "reasonable workplace appearance, grooming, and dress standards." There are limits.
Mexico has no formal registry to track unaccompanied minors from Central American traveling to the border. The whereabouts of many are unknown.
San Diego County's Quality Preschool Initiative produces the only quality ratings for area child care providers. It also provides training and coaching to help child care programs improve.
The FBI is investigating the incident since it reportedly occurred mid-flight.
Victim thought he had been punched but felt blood and realized he had been stabbed, police say
Man was crossing Jamacha Road at the intersection with Granite Hills on Saturday night when he was hit
Escondido Police Department's policy is the only one that covers all of the California Values Act requirements
White nationalist beliefs can be reversed, experts say, but it is not a fast or easy process.