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The Monterey Cypress was visible from the author's San Diego home.
"To my counselor: Thank you for teaching me to fend for myself," said Nataly Buhr at San Ysidro High School's graduation ceremony.
The pair were indicted nearly a year ago for their alleged misuse of $250,000 in campaign funds.
Authorities allege that the Hunters spent more than $250,000 in campaign funds on vacations and other personal expenses.
Meteorologist Joe Dandrea says the swarm appeared to be about 80 miles wide as it flew over San Diego Tuesday.
After earning her master’s from San Diego State University, Erica Alfaro wanted to praise her parents’ immigration story.
Construction workers in San Diego heard meows and when they tilted the column, out slid five week-old kittens.
To get out of Nazi Germany, Lilly Cassirer gave up a painting by impressionist Camille Pissarro. Her descendants have spent years trying to get it back.
Police detained a 19-year-old man following the shooting at Chabad of Poway near San Diego on the last day of Passover.
Anna Conkey, a 31-year-old mother of two, is expected to face charges that include making criminal threats, police said.
A San Diego TV station accessed leaked documents, revealing the operation.
“We need it like oxygen,” says one Voices Of Our City Choir member.
A Marine in the video says, "Hello, monkey" while the other salutes the camera.
"We don’t necessarily have a purpose or use for them anymore," one official told local media.
Six gondolas stopped functioning Monday night after a big gust of wind tripped a circuit breaker on “Bayside Skyride.”
After the initial shock of his son's death subsided, Azim realized that there are victims on both sides of the gun.
The 24-year-old San Diegan suffered through pneumonia and cardiac arrest before finally recovering.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer told reporters “San Diego’s economy, workforce and future growth are connected to our ability to welcome new Americans into our community.”
“Yes, it’s a fish. I know. But dang, it was my pet. And just because it wasn’t a cat or dog, it wasn’t as important?” Lanice Powless told a San Diego station.
Authorities in the violence-gripped Mexican border city are investigating the brutal slayings.