SAN DIEGO, Calif. (CNS) - Courts and all San Diego city, county and state offices will be closed tomorrow in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Libraries, recreation centers and pools in San Diego will be closed, but skate parks will be open. The Torrey Pines, Balboa Park and Mission Bay golf courses will be open until 3 p.m., but holiday rates will apply.
San Diego County branch libraries will be closed tomorrow and Friday, but resume regular hours over the weekend.
Offices, libraries and recreation facilities in Chula Vista will be closed tomorrow and Friday for Thanksgiving.
Balboa Park will be open, but all public buildings and museums will be closed. However, the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center and the San Diego Zoo will be open.
There will be no mail delivery.
Garbage pickups in the city of San Diego and Chula Vista will be delayed one day throughout the remainder of the week. Garbage and recycling collection will return to the normal schedule on Monday.
City officials said Monday they are embarking on a study to find out why some recently repaved roads in San Diego are deteriorating quicker than expected.
The San Diego City Council voted Tuesday to weigh in on a pending U.S. Supreme Court case in which a Colorado baker claims his religious beliefs give him the right to refuse to sell wedding cakes to same- sex couples.
The San Diego State University community is mourning the loss of legendary Aztec football fan Tom Ables, who died two days after attending his 788th SDSU football game on Saturday.
A Los Angeles doctor says he's got the cure for bad breath and has spent the last 22 years of his life traveling the world, making 2,000 television appearances to spread the word.
A motorcyclist was killed Tuesday in a head-on collision with a big rig on a stretch of back-country highway in the far southern reaches of San Diego County.
Stamp collectors and marine life conservationists celebrated together Tuesday as the United State Postal Service released a special set of stamps featuring an often-misunderstood finned fish.
Authorities asked for help Tuesday in identifying and locating an unknown suspect wanted for attacking a teenage girl in the Mira Mesa area last week.