SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A man accused in a drive-by shooting more than six years ago that left a 64-year-old Lincoln Park resident dead outside his home pleaded not guilty Wednesday to murder and other charges.
Terrill Bell, 33, was serving a prison term for an unrelated crime when he was identified as the alleged killer of Nieme Jabbar, according to San Diego police.
Jabbar was in front of his house in the 5200 block of San Bernardo Terrace when someone opened fire from inside a passing car about 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 16, 2004. Patrol officers arrived to find the victim dead inside a parked car.
Bell is also charged with being a felon in possession of a gun. A status conference was set for April 27.
Dozens of schools in the San Diego Unified School District will be on minimum-day schedules Monday due to forecasted high temperatures, the district said Sunday.
A group of Scripps Ranch residents, some of whom lost homes in the 2003 Cedar Fire, assembled care packages Sunday for survivors of the deadly blazes in Northern California.
Emotions are still raw for many who went through the 2007 fires in San Diego County and lost homes or loved ones.
Firefighters put out a small fire north of the El Capitan Reservoir in Lakeside and sheriff's deputies were securing the scene where a small plane crashed, authorities said Sunday.
A Red Flag Warning for parts of San Diego County went up Sunday, a day after two sizeable brush fires were sparked in the region.
It has been ten years since devastating wildfires swept through San Diego, destroying thousands of structures and affecting so many lives.
San Diego sports fans were saddened when the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park closed its doors last summer. But those who have dried their tears can open their pocketbooks and bid on sports memorabilia items that were on display at the hall.
A fire broke out in the garage of a home in San Diego's Carmel Valley neighborhood, displacing four people, authorities said Thursday.