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Ballast Point to close San Diego warehouse, closes Temecula brewpub
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Today Ballast Point closed its Temecula brewpub and announced its Miramar warehouse will soon shutdown. Ballast Point’s parent company, Constellation Brands, says their billion dollar investment “has not met expectations” and are closing the doors to the two locations due to “decl
City of San Diego opens third overnight parking lot for residents living in vehicles
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – City officials and homeless advocates announced an expansion Tuesday of the city’s program to establish safe parking lots for residents who live out of their cars or recreational vehicles.
Morning Report: City Attorney Program for Repeat Offenders Has Its Own Struggles
More than two years ago, city attorneys debuted a program to try to connect homeless San Diegans struggling with drug addiction with treatment and housing rather than another cycle through the justice system.
SD Zoo extends panda farewell celebration two more days
SAN DIEGO (KUSI ) – The San Diego Zoo announced an extension today of its farewell celebration for two giant pandas that are scheduled to be repatriated to China later this year.
Judge Considers Evidence Ahead of Trial for Kellen Winslow Jr.
A former professional football player who has been accused of multiple charges of sexual assault, burglary and kidnapping was in court again Wednesday as his attorneys asked a San Diego judge to reject certain evidence before trial begins later this month.
3 South American Men Convicted by San Diego Jury of Trafficking $28 Million Worth of Cocaine by Sea
A jury in a San Diego courtroom Tuesday convicted three South American men of trafficking $28 million worth of cocaine by sea. The Office of the United States Attorney Southern District of California, Robert S. Brewer Jr., confirmed the jury’s decision in the drug bust case involving Adrian Andres C
2 San Diego senior living facilities accused of unsafe conditions
SAN DIEGO — The operators of two senior independent living facilities in southeastern San Diego are facing a series of charges stemming from alleged health and safety violations, including vermin infestations, fire hazards and improper plumbing, the City Attorney’s office announced Wednesday.
Ex-NFL player accused of kidnapping, rape returns to court
SAN DIEGO -- Ex-NFL star Kellen Winslow Jr. returned to court Wednesday, where the battle over wide-ranging charges of rape and other sexual misconduct continued. Among more than a dozen issues raised in the most recent court appearance, lawyers argued over whether Winslow had waived his Miranda Rig
County, Homeless Man Settle Over In-Custody Beating
A homeless man who claimed he was assaulted by deputies while in custody at a San Diego jail settled a lawsuit with the county for $130,000. The June 2017 altercation between Joshua Strode and several deputies at the downtown central jail was caught on camera.
Campaign for Rep. Duncan Hunter reports spending at cigar lounge, liquor store, Trump hotel
In the first three months of this year, the campaign for Rep. Duncan Hunter spent about $30,000 on lawyers and paid hundreds of dollars more at the Trump International hotel in Washington, D.C., and at a liquor store on Hunter’s birthday.
San Diego State University Offers Course on Tejano Icon Selena Quintanilla
Late Tejano superstar Selena Quintanilla undoubtedly made a mark in pop culture. Now, students at San Diego State University will have a chance to learn about her legacy and influence through a new college course.
San Diego Weekend Events Roundup April 18-21
Easter brunches and egg hunts, Padres baseball, Ali Wong and much more… Check out the top San Diego weekend events for April 18-21. April 18. Get on your bike and ride one of two routes through Torrey Pines to support Padres Pedal the Cause, an impactful cancer research organization here in San Dieg
Fanged fish washes ashore in Ocean Beach — but it's not (quite) a monster
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A scary looking fish with dagger-like teeth was discovered Wednesday on the shores of Dog Beach in Ocean Beach. The four-foot-long fish isn't something people usually find while fishing off a local pier or even walking along the coast. And before imaginations run wild, it isn't a
A pilot-optional aircraft in San Diego adds to unmanned flight industry
Defense contractor Northrop Grumman showed off a new pilot-optional aircraft it designed in San Diego. The “Firebird” aircraft can operate with a pilot inside or autonomously and is designed for flexibility, company officials said Wednesday at Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport, where the aircraft w
Shark sighting prompts warning along Silver Strand
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- Lifeguards warned beachgoers in Silver Strand after several agencies spotted a shark they say could be a great white off the coast Wednesday. According to authorities, the shark was initially spotted by Border Patrol agents in a helicopter above Imperial Beach around 10:30 a.m.
La Mesa’s new ‘Taste of San Diego – East’ gets a date change, early June
The La Mesa Chamber is so thrilled to entertain you at their annual “food focused” event, that the opportunity to delight you one week earlier, was too appealing to resist!
Monterey Jazz Festival shines the spotlight on San Diego talent
When trumpet player Gilbert Castellanos was only 15, he made his Monterey Jazz Festival debut during its international competition for young musicians and was rewarded by playing on stage with jazz legend Dizzy Gillespie.
UCSD eye doctor broke human research rules, putting patients at risk
Yet the systems meant to protect those volunteers from harm are far from perfect, and research violations by Dr. Kang Zhang, an eye doctor at the University of California San Diego, show just how easily that well-intentioned framework can collapse.
Ocean Beach twins in court on attempted murder, arson charges
A one-time public defender bought a gun and ammunition for her former client — a convicted felon — and failed to report a string of crimes he is accused of committing while they were dating, investigators testified in San Diego Superior Court this week.
Abandoned 'Puppy' Turns Out to Be Tiny Coyote
An abandoned "puppy" in San Diego was not a puppy at all. A man walking his dog found what he thought was a newborn canine, and scooped it up and took it home. But when members of the San Diego Humane Society came to treat the tiny fur ball, they realized it was really an infant coyote.