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  • Public safety cuts on chopping block for the City of Chula Vista

    More cuts are coming for the City of Chula Vista, according to city leaders. Itís not if, but when. The city is dealing with a $12.5 million short fall because of the tough economy. Some of the cutes include the Norma Park Senior Center and there are...
  • Marine jailed for allegedly shooting at wife's picture

    Marine jailed for allegedly shooting at wife's picture
    A young Marine was jailed Monday for allegedly firing his handgun at a picture of his wife at their home in Vista while she was there. James Patrick Green, 23, was apparently upset over a pending break-up when he fired a round into the picture while in...
  • SDG&E offers energy savings this holiday season

    SDG&E offers energy savings this holiday season
    San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) wants to make its customers' holiday season a little brighter while helping them save energy and money. SDG&E is offering complimentary light-emitting diode bulbs (LEDs) to customers throughout San Diego County during the...
  • FBI doubts robbery suspect's claim to be 'Geezer Bandit'

    FBI doubts robbery suspect's claim to be 'Geezer Bandit'
    A man who allegedly claimed he was the notorious serial bank robber dubbed the 'Geezer Bandit' while robbing a North County bank is in custody Tuesday, according to the police. Edward Bernard Power, 58, was arrested Monday afternoon, after he allegedly...
  • 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...
  • New governor faces big challenges

    New governor faces big challenges
    It looks like Jerry Brown will replace Governor Schwarzenegger and he'll inherit a lot of problems. Californians are expecting the new governor to fix those problems, and fix them fast. "I think jobs first and foremost, but definitely the budget straight...
  • Vista woman tied up, assaulted in her home

    Vista woman tied up, assaulted in her home
    A North County woman said she was bound with duct tape and assaulted in her own home by a gang of five people Monday afternoon, according to authorities. According to the San Diego Sheriff's Department, the Vista woman was home alone Monday around noon...
  • '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...
  • Former Burbank doctor put on probation

    A former physician at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center faces five years of probation after the state medical board found that he was negligent in caring for four pregnant patients, and that he falsified documents. The Medical Board of California...
  • Former Charger, police giveaway turkeys

    Former Charger, police giveaway turkeys
    As part of an annual holiday charity drive, Chula Vista police joined church members and retired San Diego Chargers running back Terrell Fletcher Tuesday in donating Thanksgiving turkeys to about 1,000 needy households this morning. Volunteers,...
  • Harbor Police unveil new million-dollar boats

    Harbor Police unveil new million-dollar boats
    San Diego Harbor Police unveiled their new million-dollar firefighting boats that can cut response down in half, officials said. The old boats are approximately 30 years old and will eventually being phased out, according to officials. "I know that...