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  • Thousands head to beach to cool off

    Thousands head to beach to cool off
    Temperatures climbed significantly in San Diego County's inland areas Saturday, sending thousands to the beaches while firefighters kept busy fighting small brush fires. Highs shot into the 80s in El Cajon and Escondido and touched 90 degrees in more...
  • 'Geezer Bandit' robs 10th bank

    'Geezer Bandit' robs 10th bank
    An elderly man, who has been responsible for a string of bank robberies in San Diego County, hit an alleged tenth bank Monday afternoon, authorities said. Sheriffs responded to the U.S. Bank inside an Albertson's grocery store at 14837 Pomerado Road in...
  • Barefoot man assaults girls on busy street

    Barefoot man assaults girls on busy street
    Police were trying to determine the identity of a man who pulled down a 17-year-old girl's skirt and fondled her on a North County roadside, then exposed himself to several other girls and a woman a short time later. The shoeless man assaulted the...
  • 'Geezer Bandit' hits 11th bank

    'Geezer Bandit' hits 11th bank
    The serial bank robber dubbed the "Geezer Bandit" hit his 11th bank and his first outside of San Diego County Thursday afternoon , according to federal agents. The Bank of America at 31934 Highway 79 in Temecula reported that the gunman, who appears to...
  • Teen blamed for $10K in graffiti damage

    Teen blamed for  $10K in graffiti damage
    A teenage boy was facing charges Wednesday related to more than $10,000 worth of graffiti vandalism in the North County, authorities said. The boy was arrested Tuesday after a deputy spotted him hanging out in a parked car in San Marcos with at least one...
  • Return of 'L.A. Bizarro'

    Return of 'L.A. Bizarro'
    The strange little retreat called Troutdale in Agoura Hills could best be described as a cross between Clifton's Cafeteria and Disneyland's Country Bear Jamboree. A tiny shotgun shack, which looks as if it belongs in the backwoods of "Deliverance," is...
  • FBI saves three San Diego girls forced into prostitution

    Three girls forced into prostitution were rescued over the weekend in San Diego as part of a nationwide law enforcement operation,authorities announced today. The crackdown, led by the FBI and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children,...
  • Escondido makes roads from Witch Creek rubble

    The devastating Witch Creek Fire of 2007 damaged more than 35 homes, and many more lives. And while families rebuild, the rubble from the homes is being put to good use in helping the daily commute. The city of Escondido has used remnants like concrete,...
  • State holds more hearings for high speed rail

    The Interstate 15 corridor between Mira Mesa and Qualcomm Stadium would be the preferred route for the southernmost leg of California's proposed $40 billion high-speed train network, not a path that would take it through University City, a coalition...
  • Oceanside teacher accused of sex with student

    Oceanside teacher accused of sex with student
    A 37-year-old North County high school teacher was arrested today for allegedly carrying on a sexual relationship with an underage student over a two-year period. Detectives with the Oceanside Police Department arrested Corey Hogue, a health and physical...
  • Julian man dies in head-on crash with unlicensed driver

    Julian man dies in head-on crash with unlicensed driver
    The Medical Examiner's Office Saturday released the name of a Julian man who died in a head-on collision between two pickup trucks on a mountain road in eastern San Diego County yesterday morning, authorities said. Rees Boynton Skinner, 53, died at the...