Although they are hanging by a thread or two in the AFC wild card race, where would the San Diego Chargers be this season without the play of one Donald Butler?
Bob Filner has been sentenced to three months of home confinement and three years of probation for harassing women while he was mayor of San Diego.
For the San Diego Chargers, their 37-14 pasting of the New York Giants Sunday afternoon could have not come at a better time.
The former 10-term congressman will be sentenced Monday for one felony and two misdemeanors for placing a woman in a headlock, kissing another woman and grabbing the buttocks of a third.
Although not eliminated from contention, the San Diego Chargers need a late-season win streak and some help to make their first playoff visit in four seasons.
It’s no drug-induced fantasy – marijuana literally fell from the sky Wednesday in San Diego.
To a man on the San Diego Chargers, there is only one real leader on the field. Yes, Mike McCoy is the head coach, but most folks know number 17 is the unofficial leader for the Chargers.
If you took a quick look at the 2013 season to date for the San Diego Chargers, it would show one of utter frustration for the most part. On Sunday, the Chargers put some of that frustration to bed.
CBS’ San Diego affiliate KFMB is reporting that Sirhan Sirhan, Robert Kennedy’s killer, was moved Friday from Corcoran State Prison to a prison in San Diego.
A heartbroken family was joined by community members Wednesday for an emotional vigil held in the desert.
Given how there are a sizable number of mediocre teams in the NFL in 2013, the San Diego Chargers sitting at 4-6 may not really be in as bad a spot as some might have you think.
Investigators are reportedly probing the possibility that human skeletal remains found earlier this week belong to an OC family that went missing nearly 4 years ago.
The Navy’s hospital ship will soon be on its way to the typhoon-ravaged Philippines, bringing medical supplies, doctors and help for the sick and injured.
A mixed martial arts program in San Diego helps war veterans battle post-traumatic stress disorder.
If the San Diego Chargers do not make the playoffs this season, they may very well look back on last Sunday’s 30-24 overtime loss in Washington D.C. as the one that got away.