SAN DIEGO (AP) - A moderate earthquake south of the border shook parts of San Diego, but there were no reports of damage or injury.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude 5.0 quake struck at 11:34 a.m. Sunday in Baja California just south of Mexicali.
Tremors were felt in San Diego, about 120 miles west-northwest of the epicenter.
A San Diego County Sheriff's dispatcher says there have been no calls reporting damage or injury.
Last Sunday, a magnitude 4.1 quake struck in the same area struck with several recorded aftershocks.
A man drove through a police barricade near the San Diego Pride festival, led officers on a chase down multiple San Diego freeways and ultimately crashed -- but was able to escape capture, police said Sunday.
If WeWork employees want a burger while on business, the money is coming out of their own pockets. The global workplace startup told employees this week that the company will ban employees from expensing meals that contain red meat, pork or poultry, Bloomberg reported.
Air is a little more dry Saturday than Friday with temperatures continuing to climb slowly through Saturday. Thunderstorms may be possible early next week as moisture rebuilds.
The binational economic zone spanning San Diego and Imperial counties as well as Baja California produced $24.3 billion in foreign exports the last year data was available, according to a newly released study.
Federal agents served search warrants Friday in Kearny Mesa and other San Diego-area communities and took about a half-dozen people into custody as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation.
Residents in Golden Hill on Friday said a couple is hoarding cats and they are fed up with how the felines are being treated.