Knife-swinging man killed by guard at San Diego Marine depot

A guard shot and killed a person who shot a knife Friday at the entrance to the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego, authorities said. The shooting took place around noon, San Diego police said. A car tried to enter the depot through the Gate 5 checkpoint, and guards warned it to stop, according … Read more

Gaslamp restaurants ready for crowds of conference attendees

SAN DIEGO – Both visitors and locals filled the Gaslamp Quarter on Thursday as some enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal they did not make themselves, while crowds begin to arrive for a special edition of Comic-Con. Some companies like Greystone Steakhouse are used to being ready to serve 365 days a year, a tradition that has … Read more

Tips on transportation, parking at SDCC Special Edition

SAN DIEGO – Thousands of visitors are expected to come to downtown San Diego this week to hold a special edition of Comic-Con in person, after the last two editions were virtual. Starting Friday, the Comic-Con Special Edition begins a three-day stay at the San Diego Convention Center to focus on the latest and greatest … Read more

Cyclist, 40, killed in hit-and-run accident with SUV

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – A 40-year-old man on a bicycle was killed Thursday in the Otay Mesa West area of ​​San Diego when he was hit by an SUV in a crash that may have been intentional. The accident was reported around noon. 11:30 a.m. at 3700 Arey Drive, according to Lieutenant Adam T. Sharki … Read more

The Salvation Army spreads cheers by serving meals to homeless residents

SAN DIEGO – Dozens of Salvation Army volunteers gathered on Thanksgiving Day to spread some Christmas cheer by serving meals to uninhabited San Diego residents. “I actually really appreciate it,” said Brittany Nocita, a homeless mother of two. “It’s been tough the last few months. We’ve all struggled. Normally we’re with our parents, but not … Read more

Last-minute shoppers visit the shops in search of the finishing touches at the Thanksgiving party

SAN DIEGO – A Thanksgiving feast is hardly complete without a last-minute trip to the grocery store. Lots of shoppers in the San Diego area took the trip on Thanksgiving Eve in an attempt to fill their dinner tables with the right mix of side dishes, desserts and everything in between. But at the Food … Read more

San Diego police on high alert ahead of holidays

SAN DIEGO – Authorities say a disturbing trend involving naughty theft has surfaced in California, and local agencies in San Diego are on high alert. “You’re going to see more police officers, so visible deterrence is out there,” said San Diego Police Chief Scott Wahl, “but I also want to tell everyone that we want … Read more

Trucker arrested in record-breaking drug bust on the California-Mexico border; 17,500 pounds of meth, 389 pounds of fentanyl seized

SAN DIEGO – A Mexican truck driver was arrested after trying to smuggle record amounts of methamphetamine and fentanyl into the United States, federal prosecutors said. More than 17,500 pounds (7,930 kilograms) of meth and 389 pounds (176 kilograms) of fentanyl were discovered last Thursday hidden inside a tractor trailer at the Otay Mesa Port … Read more

Trucker arrested in record-breaking drug bust on the California-Mexico border; 17,500 pounds of meth, 389 pounds of fentanyl seized

SAN DIEGO – A Mexican truck driver was arrested after trying to smuggle record amounts of methamphetamine and fentanyl into the United States, federal prosecutors said. More than 17,500 pounds (7,930 kilograms) of meth and 389 pounds (176 kilograms) of fentanyl were discovered last Thursday hidden inside a tractor trailer at the Otay Mesa Port … Read more

Santa Ana conditions increase the risk of wildfires

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – A period of hot, dry weather and strong Santa Ana winds will intensify the risk of forest fires in eastern San Diego County during the Thanksgiving holiday period, forecasters said Monday. Due to the burning hazards posed by the stormy, dry, and eerily toasty conditions, the National Weather Service issued a … Read more