SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Most government offices will be closed Friday in observance of Veterans Day.
In the city of San Diego, closures will include libraries, parks and pools.
The Mission Trails Regional Park Visitors Center, Chollas Lake, Miramar
Landfill and municipal golf courses will be open.
Parking meters will not be enforced, and trash pickup will continue as normal.
All county offices will be closed along with the following parks and recreation facilities:
-- 4S Ranch Sports Park office,
-- Lakeside Teen and Community centers,
-- Spring Valley Teen and Community centers, and
-- Spring Valley Gym.
Other county parks will be open.
All city of Carlsbad facilities will be closed except for the Monroe Street Pool, which will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., and again from noon to 3 p.m.
Students and community members in San Diego County plan to march for gun control today as part of the nationwide "March for Our Lives."
After two mistrials, a judge Friday dismissed felony DUI and hit-and-run charges against an oft-deported Mexican citizen accused of causing a crash in San Ysidro that seriously injured a 6-year-old boy returning home after a day at Disneyland with his family.
Students and community members in San Diego County plan to march for gun control this weekend as part of a nationwide "March for Our Lives."
A stabbing outside a Costco store in Carlsbad Friday left one person seriously injured and an acquaintance of the victim's in custody on suspicion of attempted murder.
Congress gave President Donald Trump the $1.6 billion he wanted this year for his proposed "big, beautiful" border wall with Mexico but the headline number masks what he didn't get on one of his signature campaign promises.
Annual data from San Diego county medical services show an alarming number of local underage drinking deaths.
A man accused of killing his girlfriend -- a mother of two -- in the apartment they shared in the Mountain View neighborhood of San Diego must stand trial on murder and misdemeanor child endangerment charges, a judge ruled Friday.
The San Diego County unemployment rate dropped by a tenth of a percent to 3.5 percent in February amid "better-than-average" growth, according to data released Friday by the state Employment Development Department.