After more than a month of complaints from upset residents over their massive water bills, the City of San Diego unveiled new water meter testing equipment.
News 8's investigation into high water bills across the city of San Diego continues. Months after we received our first complaint, viewers are still emailing us about the problem.
Councilman David Alvarez on Thursday held a public hearing with the Public Utilities Department to give customers affected by skyrocketing water bills an update.
A meeting Monday evening in Rancho Bernardo allowed residents to receive answers about their skyrocketing water bills.
San Diegans got a chance to hear from the Public Utilities Department about concerns about their soaring water bills Wednesday evening.
Frustrated San Diego residents on Thursday got the chance to spout out about high water bills at a forum in Mira Mesa.
After an internal review, the City Public Utilities Department has found "misread water meters" resulted in more than 300 customers being incorrectly overcharged for their water usage, the PUD stated in a release on Thursday.
After seeing News 8's "Your Stories" investigation, one Serra Mesa resident decided to check her water meter - and made quite a bizarre discovery. She found a mysterious object growing over the meter making it virtually unreadable. News 8's Kelly Hessedal reports from Serra Mesa with details.
Frustrations are boiling over for San Diegans who say they can no longer afford to pay their skyrocketing water bills.
Pictures have poured in from News 8 viewers as we continue our Your Stories investigation about sudden, skyrocketing water bills.
Complaints continue to pour into News 8 from San Diego residents who say their water bills are skyrocketing.
City officials are speaking out as San Diegans continue to sound off about skyrocketing water bills.
News 8 continues to receive emails from viewers who are upset over water bills that are hundreds and in some cases thousands of dollars higher than normal.
News 8 conducted another follow up to a Your Stories on Monday in an ongoing investigation into unexpected and dramatic increases to some water bills across San Diego.
A Your Stories investigation into skyrocketing water rates drew a huge response from News 8 viewers. In fact, dozens and dozens of viewers shared their stories and bills.
Over the past few months, News 8 viewers say water bills that used to be in the hundreds of dollars are now, in some cases, in the thousands.
President Trump sent out a tweet Thursday thanking San Diego County for siding with him on California's sanctuary state
A fire broke out early Thursday morning in a back room of a Baptist church and Christian college in Logan Heights, authorities said.
California reached an agreement with the federal government that the state's National Guard troops will deploy to the border to focus on fighting transnational gangs as well as drug and gun smugglers, Gov. Jerry Brown said.
Creating an inventory of soon-to-expire affordable housing projects and ordinances to protect residents were among the suggestions generated at workshops Wednesday hosted by the City Council's Smart Growth and Land Use Committee.
Caught in the chaos of the flooding and mudslides on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, an Encinitas family shared their story with News 8 about how a famous surfer, Laird Hamilton, came to their rescue.
The future of animal services in the City of San Diego will be discussed by members of the Budget and Government Efficiency Committee Thursday.
A gun store owner in El Cajon, who is also a local school board president, has posted a video that some students and parents disagree with.
A former Coronado dentist who used a fake name to lure patients to Mexico, where he performed dental implant surgery on them, pleaded guilty Wednesday to felony and misdemeanor counts, including unlicensed dentistry with risk of bodily harm and practicing dentistry under a false name.
Chula Vista Police on Wednesday cracked down on distracted drivers and pedestrians after a sharp increase in pedestrian fatalities in the South Bay city in recent months.
A woman was arrested Wednesday evening after a brief car chase that turned into a standoff in Valencia Park.