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  • Lawyer arrested on peeping, child porn charges

    Lawyer arrested on peeping, child porn charges
    ESCONDIDO, Calif. -- Police arrested a North County attorney Friday on charges involving child pornography and secretly filming women at an Escondido tanning salon. David Kaye, 43, was taken into custody after a 10-month investigation that began after...
  • 'Geezer Bandit' robs 13th bank

    'Geezer Bandit' robs 13th bank
    SAN DIEGO -- The "Geezer Bandit" continued his string of Southern California robberies by knocking over his 13th bank last week, FBI agents announced Saturday. Surveillance video provided by the FBI shows the robber, who got his name because of his...
  • Gloomy weather expected to stick around

    Gloomy weather expected to stick around
    San Diego's gray and wet weather isn't going away soon and has potential to bring heavier rain for the first couple of days of the work week, according to weather experts. Jamie Moker, a National Weather Service meteorologist said the light rain over the...
  • Millions take part in statewide drill simulating 'The Big One'

    Millions take part in statewide drill simulating 'The Big One'
    San Diegans joined millions of people from across the state Thursday in the Great California ShakeOut, an annual drill aimed at teaching people what to do in the event of an earthquake, while encouraging everyone to be prepared for the "Big One.'' More...
  • No major problems reported as polls close

    No major problems reported as polls close
    No major voting problems have been reported in San Diego during Tuesday's general election. The Registrar of Voters Deborah Seiler estimated a voter turnout of 55-65 percent for the election, up from the 38 percent of voters who cast ballots in the...
  • Museum invites guests to its first sleepover

    Museum invites guests to its first sleepover
    The California Center for the Arts, Escondido is trying something new. This Friday night Mommy's and Daddy's can actually live in the arts in their newest exhibit "Leveled." The interactive exhibit created by Wes Bruce is for adults. The multi-room "Fort"...
  • 2 local hospitals fined for patient care problems

    2 local hospitals fined for patient care problems
    Two hospitals in San Diego County were among 12 statewide fined by the California Department of Public Health for failing to follow proper policies and procedures, it was announced Friday. Palomar Medical Center Escondido and Scripps Memorial Hospital La...
  • 'Geezer Bandit' robs 12th bank

    'Geezer Bandit' robs 12th bank
    The FBI says a serial bandit who robbed 10 banks in San Diego has struck again after laying low for months -- this time in Bakersfield. Bakersfield Police Department released pictures taken on Friday around 6 p.m. of a man who robbed the Bank of...
  • Bomb squad sets off explosives during blast investigation

    Bomb squad sets off explosives during blast investigation
    Members of a sheriff's bomb squad set off several controlled explosions Friday as they searched a home where a backyard blast sent a gardener to the hospital the day before. Prior to the detonations, the California Highway Patrol closed Interstate 15 in...
  • 9 lbs. of explosives found at Escondido home

    9 lbs. of explosives found at Escondido home
    Sheriffs continued to surround a North County home over the weekend after nine pounds of explosives were discovered on the property, deputies said. The extensive investigation started Thursday after a gardener accidently stepped on explosive powder in...
  • Prosecutor: Renter turned home into 'bomb factory'

    Prosecutor: Renter turned home into 'bomb factory'
    A San Diego County man accused of making the largest cache of homemade explosive compounds ever found in one spot on U.S. soil was ordered by a judge Monday to remain in custody on $5 million bail. George Djura Jakubec, 54, pleaded not guilty to 12...