There's criticism in several states that prisoners are getting swine flu vaccines before law abiding citizens.
You've seen the long lines and the frantic parents waiting for hours to get their kids the H1N1 vaccine. And while it's only pregnant women and children who are the CDC's priority list right now and some Americans wait for their turn, stepping ahead of the line could be some of the world's most dangerous people.
According to a report form the Miami Herald, the Pentagon has decided to vaccinate both soldiers and terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Dave Epstein, a retired colonel and military police officer, says ensuring the health and safety of our prisoners is imperative to the well being of the country.
"There is no question that our children and everybody else ought to get the vaccine, but we have to comply with treaties and make sure our place in the world is not denigrated by giving them inadequate treatment," Epstein said.
It's not just the world's most wanted getting the priority treatment. Across the country, in places like Texas and Ohio, prisoners are moving to the front of the line when it comes to getting vaccinated.
Here in California, the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says it follows prioritization guidelines from the CDC.
The CDC's website declares correctional institutions pose special risks. Workers and inmates may have medical conditions that increase their risk of flu infections.
At this point, the State of California has not yet received any vaccines for inmates.
Authorities today announced that police have arrested a suspect in connection with Friday's sexual assault on the campus of San Diego Mesa College. The name of the suspect was not immediately released.
A 27-year-old man suffered fatal injuries as the result of a "punching game'' inside of a bar Saturday morning in the Gaslamp
neighborhood of San Diego.
Showers will be mostly light Saturday morning, decreasing into early Saturday afternoon. Another round of showers expected to push through late afternoon ending late Saturday night.
Police Chief David Nisleit Friday strongly disavowed what he described as an unofficial, "never authorized" departmental program that rewarded officers for making narcotics arrests.
On Friday, San Diego Police announced their search for a suspect involved in a robbery off the San Diego State University campus.
A court-appointed receiver has taken control of a Pacific Beach "hoarder house" that has accumulated trash, created unsafe conditions for children and harbored vermin in recent years, the San Diego City Attorney's Office announced Friday.
The owners of Hauser's Patio reached out to News 8 Friday morning asking to be put in contact with the couple who had their furniture stolen from their patio in Pacific Beach this week.
On Thursday night, the HeartCore Leadership company purchased thousands of dollars worth of Domino's Pizza to feed San Diego's homeless in downtown.