About 100 people gathered Sunday at Balboa Park to demonstrate for and against the Israeli incursion into the Gaza Strip.
The two sides were split relatively evenly during the protests that started around 1 p.m. at the fountain near the Natural History Museum, and the crowd has been peaceful, said San Diego police Sgt. Ray Battrick.
Paramedics responded for a woman who complained of choking, but she declined treatment, Battrick said.
Pro-Palestinian protestors were planning to march along El Prado to Sixth Avenue, police said.
Israel launched a ground offensive into Gaza on Saturday, prompted by a long series of rocket attacks by the Hamas terrorist organization.
He's shopped for produce, fish, pasta and beef. On Monday, News 8's Shawn Styles shared the latest of his shopping secrets.
The motorcyclist killed in a collision with a tanker truck near Naval Base San Diego in Barrio Logan was a 37-year-old father of six who worked in the area, according to a message on the crowd funding site GoFundMe.
Fellas, put on your black tie, ladies, slip on that lavish gown, and pickup a cuddly teddy bear for the annual Teddy Ball holiday party.
A crucial vote is expected Tuesday on a new community center in Poway, and some senior citizens are worried that if the size of the project is scaled back, they will see their services cut.
You may recognize her from "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" and as Bria on “The Girlfriend Experience,“ and this Thanksgiving you can see Carmen Ejogo starring opposite Denzel Washington in “Roman J. Israel, ESQ."
A pedestrian was struck and killed early Tuesday morning on State Route 94 in the Golden Hill area in a hit-and-run crash that was slowing the morning commute toward downtown San Diego several hours later, the California Highway Patrol said.
The holiday shopping season is fast approaching and that means porch pirates will be on the prowl looking for packages to swipe.
The long holiday getaway is starting and people traveling by car could feel an extra pinch from the recent gas tax.
The state agency that will investigate potential fraud or misuse of funds involving two former top administrators at the San Ysidro School District has signed an agreement to conduct what is called an “extraordinary audit.”