SANTA YSABEL (CNS) - A brush fire that broke out near Santa Ysabel Casino was 100 percent contained Monday, having blackened about 30 acres, authorities said.
The blaze was reported just after 4 p.m. Sunday near State Routes 76 and 79, according to the San Diego Sheriff's Department.
Fifteen engines, eight fire crews, three helicopters, three airtankers and two helitankers battled the blaze, said Roxanne Provaznik of Cal Fire.
The fire was contained at 30 acres as of 9 p.m., according to Cal Fire's website.
One firefighter suffered a minor injury, Provaznik said.
The cause of the blaze was under investigation.
Search volunteers on Thursday went door-to-door in Scripps Ranch hoping to turn up any clues that may lead them to a man who went missing one week ago.
Extreme heat came to the deserts again Thursday, but temperatures in the rest of inland San Diego County were somewhat lower than they had been for the past few days.
Starting Thursday, Uber users in San Diego will be charged a fee if they keep their driver waiting more than two minutes.
The CBS News 8 Crimefighters are helping authorities in a manhunt looking for Terrance Christopher Stahovich. If you have information call CrimeStoppers at (888) 580-TIPS. A reward is being offered for his arrest and remember you can make a tip and still remain anonymous.
The San Diego Zoo said Thursday that its collection of African penguins has begun moving to the Africa Rocks exhibit, which is scheduled to open to the public in phases beginning next week.
A Chula Vista man faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a $10 million fine following his guilty plea Thursday to trying to smuggle cocaine and methamphetamine while employed as a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
Residents are concerned at a local dog park after at least one dog got sick and died after spending time there.
The San Diego Follies is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a show called the "Best of the Best."
A Lincoln Park resident was wounded outside his home Thursday in a shooting carried out by an unidentified assailant, San Diego police reported.
The "Black Knights'' of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 4 and the "Blue Hawks'' of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 78 returned home to Naval Air Station North Island Thursday following a six-month deployment.