Physician Suspected Of Sexually Assaulting Patient After Medical Procedure In TemeculaA 44-year-old physician suspected of sexually assaulting a patient following a medical procedure in Riverside County remained in custody on Thursday.
Intense Fire Fight Continues In San Diego County As Some Residents Return To Burned-Out Homes"Grandmas aren't replaceable, houses are."
Crews Struggle To Stay Ahead Of Flare-Ups As Cocos Fire Roars Near San MarcosFirefighters aided by calmer winds made progress Thursday against a series of wildfires burning across San Diego County, and authorities collected clues and solicited the public's help to determine what caused so many blazes to occur simultaneously.
Amgen Tour Of California Going Northward: To Start In San Diego County, End In Santa RosaThe Amgen Tour of California will take a new approach as it will start south and take cyclists northward up to Santa Rosa in 2013, for the first time of the race’s history.
DEFEND YOUR RIDE: Ed At Vasquez Rocks“I like everything under the hood, power.” - Ed and his Dodge Ram
Authorities Searching For 12-Year-Old Girl Find Her In Man's BedroomA Southern California man has been arrested on suspicion of having sex with a 12-year-old girl he met through an online social network.
Small Earthquake Rattles Northern San Diego CountyThe U.S. Geological Survey says a magnitude-3.8 quake struck Tuesday at 3:43 a.m. and was centered about 20 miles northeast of Escondido.
Escondido Man Admits To Stockpiling His Home With ExplosivesAn unemployed software consultant had been expected to argue for the dismissal of charges that he amassed large stockpiles of powerful explosives because authorities destroyed the house before it could be combed for more evidence.
Explosives-Filled House Site Declared Safe After BurnSan Diego County authorities say all the explosives and hazardous materials have been destroyed at a home burned down this week in a controlled fire.
Fire Set To Explosives-Filled HouseAuthorities planning to burn down an Escondido home packed with explosive chemicals have pushed back the time to make sure the weather is right.