SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A $200,000 state grant announced Friday will extend funding for a program that installs child seats in the cars of San Diego County low-income residents.
The grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety will allow the"Keep 'Em Safe" program to operate through September, according to the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency.
The program distributed about 2,000 child car seats and conducted 132 safety presentations around the county last year, according to its website.
The program is operated by the Pacific Safety Council, a nonprofit organization which describes its mission as making San Diego's communities "safer places to live, learn, work and play by providing quality education, information programs and events."
A popular Oceanside bar has lost its liquor license. The owners of Firewater Saloon claim the city is trying to run their business out of town. Officials say the suspension is because of disorderly activity on the premises.
After 35-years in business, the Chula Vista RV Resort will be shutting its doors on February 1, 2019.
San Diego officials and residents held commemorative events around the county Tuesday on the 40th anniversary of the Pacific Southwest Airlines Flight 182 crash.
September 25, 1978 is a date imprinted in the memories of many San Diegans. Those that lived here – and elsewhere – remember the shocking images of plane wreckage on fire and homes ablaze following the crash of PSA Flight 182, which was 40 years ago Tuesday.
If you want to vote in the Nov. 6 Gubernatorial General Election, the deadline to register is Monday, Oct. 22.
San Diego Gas & Electric announced on Tuesday the activation of a 15-mile transmission line from Sycamore Canyon to Penasquitos to improve electrical reliability.
You can check out a rarely seen portion of the Ramona Grasslands Preserve, but only for a limited time!
The San Diego-based Institute for Public Strategies on Tuesday warned parents that although prescription drug use among adolescents is on the decline overall, Xanax use among teenagers is rising.
Last week, News 8 introduced you to Jeffrey Dilallo, the owner of El Cajon’s The Grand who banned certain motorcycle clubs he said violated his ‘no weapons’ policy.