SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Over-the-Line has a reputation for beer, broads and unprintable team names, but play will get serious Sunday, on the final day of the 58th annual world championships.
Male and female players are gunning for titles in 10 age divisions, after the field was whittled down from the 1,300 teams that started the event last weekend.
The object of the game is to hit a baseball over a line -- about 55 feet -- without it being caught by the other team's players. The games, which lasted three innings on the first weekend, will go four innings Sunday.
Organizers suggest bringing lots of sunscreen but keeping bottles, babies, bicycles and dogs at home.
A man who beat his mother to death with a claw hammer in their Escondido apartment last year was sentenced Wednesday to 26 years to life in state prison.
An environmental report linked to a proposed terminal expansion at Lindbergh Field is getting pushback. A group of San Diegans is raising questions about the report's findings.
The Yes on Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Campaign hit the road Wednesday for two weeks of "Rush Hour Rallies."
A pilot suffered apparent non-life-threatening injuries Wednesday during a hard landing at the Ocotillo Wells Airport in Borrego Springs, authorities said.
The Mega Millions jackpot for Friday night's drawing hit $900 million on Wednesday after no one matched all six numbers Tuesday.
The Del Mar International Horse Show will feature Olympic gold medalists, celebrity equestrians and local riders competing for nearly $300,000 in prize money.
Women-owned businesses are growing at a rate faster than you can imagine and on October 19th, Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) will host a free networking event for women.