Few things beat the thrill of driving off the auto dealership with your new car – but are you paying more for that thrill than you should be paying?
As a single American, how often does retirement cross your mind? Are you taking steps toward financial security in retirement, or are you taking a more carefree approach?
Planning on staying in for the weekend and not sure what to watch? Here's what you should stream this weekend.
Graphic anti-tobacco posters intended to deter young people from buying cigarettes might actually have the opposite effect.
Opioid painkillers after surgery can be the first step toward addiction for some patients. But a common drug might cut the amount of narcotics that patients need, a new study finds.
Many people insist their joints ache more when it rains. But that popular notion might be all wet, a new study suggests.
A woman who allegedly took part in a Pacific Beach home invasion robbery, then made her getaway by stealing a police SUV that she drove into Mission Bay, was in custody Friday, along with her alleged accomplice, who was arrested at the scene of the initial crime.
Comedian Pablo Francisco is known as an all-around funny guy with a talent for hilarious impressions and sound effects.
Police responded to a parking lot in Colina Del Sol Friday morning where a man, believed to be homeless, was found dead after apparently getting stuck in a clothing donation container.
If you're heading out to the theater to watch "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" keep an eye out for actress Kelly Marie Tran. A graduate of Westview High School in Poway, Tran plays the part of Rose Tico,
There are countless wintertime attractions for you to enjoy at the Hilton San Diego Bay Front's annual Holidays by the Bay celebration, but one you definitely won't want to miss is a performance by the Sirens of State.
Fire crews quickly extinguished a small brush fire burning off the shoulder of Interstate 905 in Otay Mesa Friday morning.
Authorities asked the public Thursday for help in identifying a man who has exposed himself to children in Chula Vista at least four times over the last several months.
Christmas is less than two weeks away, but porch thieves are stealing holiday cheer by swiping packages off porches in University City and Pacific Beach.
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