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  • Vista reduces ambulance service

    Vista reduces ambulance service
    The City of Vista will soon lose one of their multi-purpose ambulances due to budget cuts. The move is expected to save the north county city nearly $650,000 a year. "We're going to take one of our ambulances out of service starting [Tuesday] due to...
  • Veteran service cuts proposed under governor's budget

    Veteran service cuts proposed under governor's budget
    Money toward the state's veteran's services may be cut under Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget. As a way to slash more than $12 billion from the budget, Brown proposed to cut about $10 million in San Diego County Veterans Services. The cuts could...
  • Home invasion suspect found hiding in nearby home

    Home invasion suspect found hiding in nearby home
    CARLSBAD, Calif. -- A 29-year-old man who allegedly took part in a home invasion robbery in Carlsbad was behind bars Monday, but his alleged accomplice remained at large, police reported. Michael Robert Dickson was arrested shortly after police were...
  • School shooting heroes honored

    School shooting heroes honored
    The construction workers credited with stopping a gunman who opened fire at a Carlsbad school were honored Thursday. During the 20th annual Salute to Local Heroes luncheon on Shelter Island, construction workers Carlos Partida, Steven Kane, and Mario...
  • New Carlsbad school needs a name

    New Carlsbad school needs a name
    Richard Gere High. Russell Crowe High. Sagebrush High. In all likelihood, only one of those names has a chance of being the name of the new Carlsbad High School. Construction on the new building started in October. The school opens in 2013. Instead of...
  • Woman sentenced for crash that killed a teen

    Woman sentenced for crash that killed a teen
    VISTA, Calif. -- A woman who pleaded guilty to hit-and-run in the death of an 18-year-old Carlsbad High School senior was sentenced Thursday to probation and ordered to perform public service and volunteer work. Lisa Hutchinson, 45, hit Steven Kelly...
  • Community laces up to help paralyzed baby

    Community laces up to help paralyzed baby
    Hundreds of people laced up their tennis shoes to raise money for a little boy who was hit and severely injured by a drunk driver. Baby Izaiah was the focus of the 2nd annual Mitchell Thorp Foundation walkathon. Izaiah Wallis was in a stroller being...
  • Drive under way to rename Coronado bridge to honor Reagan

    Drive under way to rename Coronado bridge to honor Reagan
    SAN DIEGO -- A move is afoot to rename the San Diego-Coronado Bay Bridge after Ronald Reagan. Vince Vasquez, an economist with the National University System Institute for Policy Research, said he has gathered more than 200 signatures on a petition to...
  • Skinny man robs Carlsbad bank

    Skinny man robs Carlsbad bank
    CARLSBAD, Calif. -- A thin man who appeared to be in his 20s and claimed to be carrying a concealed gun robbed a Carlsbad bank Monday. The thief handed a written message to a teller at the US Bank branch in the 2500 block of El Camino Real shortly...
  • Jury convicts nursing instructor of sexual assaults

    Jury convicts nursing instructor of sexual assaults
    A nursing instructor was convicted Monday of sexually assaulting three women since 2001, including one of his students at a nursing college in Vista. Kelley Edward Edley, 41, faces nearly 10 years in prison when sentenced Oct. 12 by Vista Judge Runston...
  • Dozens of immigrants caught on North County beach

    Dozens of immigrants caught on North County beach
    More than a dozen suspected illegal immigrants were arrested early Wednesday after being dropped off by boat on a Carlsbad beach, authorities said. About 20 people were rounded up in the vicinity of Carlsbad Boulevard, just south of Palomar Airport...