Betty Rexford got another earful Tuesday night during a public meeting. A lawsuit settled in August accused Rexford of blocking her neighbors' construction plans.
A man leading a recall movement also accused Rexford of stationing a fire truck at her house during the Cedar Fire.
"I think when you're an elected official, you embrace the public's trust and when that's broken, it's really precious, that's a serious offense, and we've seen a repeated pattern of this, um, I think at this point the only honorable thing to do is for councilwoman Rexford to resign," said San Diego Republican Party Chairman Tony Krvaric.
Rexford reiterated her stance that she won't step down.
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The Escondido Police Department is mourning the loss of two retired K-9 officers who died one day apart earlier this month.
It's that time of the year, amusement parks are kicking off their Halloween festivities. Our first stop on the tour of attractions is SeaWorld.
San Diego can meet the demand for new housing over the next 10 years but will have to make numerous changes to codes and procedures to get there, according to a report scheduled to be presented by city officials Thursday.
More than 250 people received shots against hepatitis A at a clinic in downtown San Diego Thursday, as efforts continued to contain an outbreak that has killed 16 and sickened more than 400.
A fire that engulfed an El Cajon home killed the family's cat and caused about $350,000 worth of damage, authorities said Thursday.
Next time you're headed for the drive-thru to pick up your favorite fall-centric coffee drink, do yourself a favor and just keep on driving all the way to Julian.