SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Monday is the official work holiday for the new year, so government offices and facilities will be closed.
The city of San Diego's municipal golf courses will be open, but Torrey Pines and Balboa Park will close at 5 p.m.
City trash collection will be pushed back one day throughout the week.
Residents of other cities should check with their trash haulers.
San Diego libraries, recreation centers and pools will be closed. Chollas Lake will be open.
Parking meters will not be enforced.
County of San Diego offices, libraries and animal facilities will be closed, but parks will be open. Community centers and teen centers on park properties will shut down for the day.
Most Metropolitan Transit System buses and trolleys will operate on a Saturday schedule. There will be no rural bus service. Details are available at sdmts.com.
The North County Transit District will operate its buses and trains on a normal weekday schedule.
DMV officers were out Wednesday, looking for people abusing the system. One woman was in tears as she was caught using a handicap placard issued to her adult son - who wasn't with her on the shopping trip.
A Serra High School freshman was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of scrawling a threat about a school shooting in a restroom at the Tierrasanta campus.
News 8's investigation into high water bills across the city of San Diego continues. Months after we received our first complaint, viewers are still emailing us about the problem.
Escondido police sought public help Wednesday to identify a woman suspected of stealing from two jewelry stores this week while as many as 10 accomplices distracted store employees.
A 32-year-old man was in custody Wednesday on suspicion of pointing a laser at a San Diego police helicopter in the Mission Bay area, an officer said.
The man accused in the death of his two-year-old stepson 16 years ago will go free after a decision was handed down Wednesday.
San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott Wednesday announced a lawsuit against consumer credit agency Experian for allegedly causing harm to millions of people, including a quarter-million residents of San Diego County, when it failed to notify those whose identities had been stolen by hackers.
Nearly a half-dozen eateries in the San Diego area made OpenTable's list of the 100 best "big night out" restaurants in America, including Coasterra and Campfire in Carlsbad, the online restaurant reservation site announced Wednesday.