A brand of baby's cough syrup sold nationwide at Dollar General stores is being recalled because it may be contaminated with bacteria that could lead to vomiting or diarrhea and, in rare cases, could be fatal.
The city of San Diego will host the first of three tryouts Tuesday to fill more than 40 pool lifeguard and manager positions for the summer.
Three former Toyland Parade hosts have been charged with felony grand theft after allegedly accepting money from North Park Christmas Parade, canceling the parade after funds ran out and pocketing the money.
A special needs dog with an auto immune disease that affects her joints, forcing her to use braces on her front legs, is looking for a forever home in San Diego.
Teacher contract negotiations took center stage Thursday night at the Escondido Union School District Board meeting.
The San Diego Air & Space Museum will kick off its yearlong 50 Years of Apollo celebration Wednesday with an event commemorating the Apollo 9 spacecraft's splashdown landing.
A bald eagle in California's Big Bear Valley laid a second egg at a nest where a live webcam is placed.
Dozens of community members on Monday marched through the rain as they rallied to save Skateworld, San Diego's only roller skating rink, from closing its doors.
A new San Diego County program is offering sorely needed relief to those caring for local residents with Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia.
Good vibes are being spread in Ocean Beach and across the country. They are coming in the form of positive messages printed out on paper and stapled to poles around a community and photos being shared on Instagram.
For many teenage girls, the prom, the quinceanera, the big night out – it’s all about the dress. But special occasion dresses are pricy. That’s why the County Library is playing fairy godmother.
Transportation advocacy group Circulate San Diego suggested Wednesday that a tax on Metropolitan Transit System bus and trolley routes could generate a little more than $10 billion over 40 years for local infrastructure improvements.
A pair of trespassers broke into an East County animal rescue over the weekend and cut down wire fences, allowing livestock and animals to run free.
Some female Valhalla High School students have been targeted on social media and rated based on their appearances.
Chula Vista residents on Thursday sounded off about illegal pot shops in their community during a Southwest Chula Vista Civic Association Forum on illegal pot shops.
Federal officials have put out a consumer alert about a telephone scam hitting San Diego, as well as the rest of the country.
California consumers lost out on at least $308 million in nickel deposits on cans and bottles in 2018, largely because it's increasingly difficult to find a place to recycle them, according to a new report made public Thursday.
Here’s a story that will be a relief to any parent who has listened to “Baby Shark” a thousand times. There are now baby lullabies that appeal to tiny tots and their parents.
Dozens of cockatiels confiscated from a man's one-bedroom apartment in Rancho Bernardo back in January all had new places to nest on Tuesday within three hours of going up for adoption.
Street parking is nothing new in San Diego, but lately the difference is some cars have become makeshift homes.
This is the weekend to stock up on diapers, car seats, strollers and other baby gear at Walmart. Stores across the country are holding “Baby Savings Day.”