The San Diego Chargers have not only kept quarterback Philip Rivers, but they’ve paid a heavy price to move up two spots to select Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon with the 15th pick overall.
A Southern California business has created a one-pound treat called the Big Poppa-Tart Donut.
A 37-year-old Amber Alert suspect accused of stabbing a man several times was in custody on Wednesday.
A San Diego television sportscaster is returning to his anchor job a month after he was shot six times outside his home in what prosecutors say was a dispute with a house painter.
David LaVera also faces state charges of enticing a minor, carrying weapons and third-degree sexual abuse.
A public forum took place at Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley in relation to the future of the San Diego Chargers and their stadium.
Drivers heading to or from Big Bear on Sunday had to pack their patience — as well as chains — if they wanted to experience Sunday’s snow at the region’s resorts.
For school aged children in Southern California spring break falls anytime between late March to mid-April and it is the perfect opportunity for families to get out and explore all that Southern California has to […]
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer said after meeting with Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos that he wants the team to stay in the city for generations to come, but that he will never support a deal that the city can’t afford.
A teenager that was reported missing Sunday has been safely located.
These spring break destinations will be sure to deliver family fun and memories you’ll treasure for years to come.
With the addition of a proposed $1.7 million stadium that would house the Raiders and Chargers if they cannot get new facilities in their current cities, there are now four players attempting to return the NFL to the Southland.
Officials held a news conference Friday to discuss the proposed plan to build a joint NFL stadium that would be home to both the Chargers and the Raiders.
CBS8 San Diego Sports Director Kyle Kraska was shot Tuesday afternoon at his Scripps Ranch home, according to a tweet by anchor Marcella Lee.
Kevin Bollaert was found guilty Monday of identity theft and extortion. It’s one of the first convictions under a new California law that outlawed revenge porn.