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  • Bicyclist airlifted to hospital after being hit by a car.

    A bicyclist was seriously hurt today when struck by a car near the Equestrian Center in San Diego Country Estates, authorities said. The victim was struck around 8:25 a.m. on Ramona Oaks Road near Watt Road, according to the California Highway Patrol....
  • 'Anza-Borrego: A Photographic Journey' celebrates the desert park in images

    No question, Anza-Borrego is glorious in wildflower season, but true desert rats such as Ernie Cowan see the glory of the 600,000-plus-acre state park in all its seasonal moods. Cowan's new book, "Anza-Borrego: A Photographic Journey," celebrates the...
  • Cops: 'Crazed' man attacks couple in bedroom with hatchet

    Cops: 'Crazed' man attacks couple in bedroom with hatchet
    A man and woman were injured early Thursday when a man attacked them in the bedroom of a home in Escondido, police said. The attacker, who police described as a 'crazed individual, was arrested shortly after the bloody assault, police said. Police...
  • Suspect in bloody hatchet attack is Border Patrol employee

    Suspect in bloody hatchet attack is Border Patrol employee
    A hatchet-wielding man who attacked a couple in bed early Thursday works for the U.S. Border Patrol, police said. Gamalier Reyes Rivera, 32, of Imperial Beach, is accused of critically injuring a man and wounding the 21-year-old woman he was in bed...
  • Neighbors stunned by bloody hatchet attack

    Neighbors stunned by bloody hatchet attack
    Residents of an Escondido neighborhood were shook up to learn that a man swinging a hatchet injured two people, one critically in a bloody attack early Thursday. "You know, up the block they had something happen, gun shooting, you know, and this is...
  • Trolley kills woman crossing street

    Trolley kills woman crossing street
    A woman was struck by a trolley while crossing C Street in between 4th and 5th avenues, shortly after 3 p.m. Sunday afternoon. The 52-year-old victim, who's name has not been released, was attempting to cross when she somehow became distracted by a...
  • City fights blight of abandoned car lots

    A vacant business at the corner of North Broadway and Mission Avenue is available for lease. This was once Budget Used Car dealership in Escondido, but tough economic times shut it down. Budget isn't alone trying to survive a downturn economy. Mark...
  • A injured pilot was taken away by helicopter after his plane crashed.

    A single-engine plane crashed in Guejito Ranch today and the pilot, seen walking around afterward, was airlifted to a hospital, a Cal Fire official said. The pilot was taken to Scripps Hospital in La Jolla, according to Cal Fire Chief Nick Schuler. No...
  • Motorcyclist slams into stalled car on freeway

    Motorcyclist slams into stalled car on freeway
    A family is mourning the death of a 65-year-old Poway man who was thrown from his motorcycle after he struck a stalled vehicle on Interstate 15 in Escondido. Laurence Fullerton III was riding a Honda CBR northbound on the freeway, just north of Via...
  • North County man organizing weekly gun rallies

    North County man organizing weekly gun rallies
    A retired Navy petty officer is encouraging fellow gun owners to bring unloaded weapons to weekly rallies in Escondido next month to strike a blow for the right to bear arms. Gerald Reaster, 69, said the purpose of the rallies, which will begin Tuesday,...
  • Big-wave surfer and videographer Noel Cameron Robinson is memorialized

     
    Big-wave surfer and videographer Noel Cameron Robinson was celebrated Saturday at a gathering and paddle-out that was attended by more than 500 family and friends in Jenner, Calif. “It was just love. Lots of love everywhere,” said Northern...