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  • Fire-area residents still waiting to inhale

    Fire-area residents still waiting to inhale
    The state's smog czar warned Wednesday that unhealthful conditions caused by smoke from wildfires are likely to persist throughout much of Southern California until next week. Even when the fires are extinguished and the Santa Ana winds that carried...
  • Bush tours areas ravaged by fire

    Wrapping his arms around newly homeless victims, greeting grimy firefighters and predicting a "better day ahead," President Bush on Thursday brought a dose of compassion to fire-ravaged Southern California. But in touring by air and foot a region still...
  • As water level drops at Diamond Valley, rationing becomes more likely

    As water level drops at Diamond Valley, rationing becomes more likely
    Diamond Valley Lake, the giant regional reservoir in Riverside County, has been called the "jewel" of Southern California when it comes to pleasure boating and bass fishing. But the jewel has been tarnished by the water woes gripping Southern California....
  • Rewards Offered for Missing Escondido Teen, Amber Dubois

    Rewards Offered for Missing Escondido Teen, Amber Dubois
    ESCONDIDO -- A $50,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the return of Amber Dubois, 14, who disappeared Feb. 13 while walking to Escondido High School. Another $10,000 is being offered for information leading to an arrest in the case....
  • Search For Missing Girl Enters 2nd Month

    ESCONDIDO, Calif. - Family members planned a candlelight vigil Friday for an Escondido teenager who disappeared exactly a month ago. Despite publicity on 'America's Most Wanted,' a $60,000 reward and efforts by hundreds of volunteers, there has been...
  • Teen's Online Activity May Shed Light on Disappearance

    ESCONDIDO, Calif. - Police investigators hope that high-tech sleuthing will provide clues to the disappearance of a 14-year-old Escondido girl The investigators have subpoenaed the cell phone and computer records of Amber Dubois, who disappeared more...
  • Provocative Police Flier Causes Stir

    ESCONDIDO, Calif. - A mailer sent to thousands of homes in by the Escondido police union is being called misleading and racially provocative by some city officials. The union sent the flier to about 17,000 homes in Escondido to gain public support as it...
  • Video May Hold Clue to Escondido Teen's Disappearance

    Video May Hold Clue to Escondido Teen's Disappearance
    Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the owner of a truck that was videotaped by a surveillance camera in the area where an Escondido girl vanished in February. Investigators said Thursday that the maroon or burgundy-colored pickup...
  • No. 1 One Graffiti Vandal Busted

       ESCONDIDO, Calif. - A 16-year-old believed to be the No. 1 graffiti artist in Escondido and responsible for over $40,000 in damages was arrested, officials announced Saturday.    Escondido police Officer Suzanne Beader was on patrol Thursday in the...
  • Tax Day 'T.E.A. Parties'

    The American Family Association will hold several Taxed Enough  Already (T.E.A.) parties Wednesday to protest runaway government spending and over- taxation. Here's a list of some protest locations: Santa Barbara Tea Party         April 15, 2009 at 1PM...
  • Family starts Web site to find son's killer

    The family of a slain Escondido teenager has launched a Web site to help find his killer, it was reported today. Julian Rodriguez, 17, was fatally stabbed at a party on Felicita Avenue in Escondido on Feb. 22. His family recently launched www....