If you've got a degree, hobby, or real world experience you can earn some extra cash by offering tutoring services in almost any subject you can dream of.
Consider teaching or tutoring to make some quick cash. A good place to start is by posting an ad on Craigslist.com under the Lessons and Tutoring section.
You can tap into nearly any hobby, talent, or pastime you have: math and science, guitar, knitting, art, swimming, and many more.
With summer vacation approaching, parents will be looking for activities and enrichment opportunities for their kids. So if you have a skill, it could be the perfect time to earn some extra income.
As always, keep safety in mind and meet in a public place.
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A 12-year-old Oceanside boy who went missing from a Kaiser hospital in Irvine was found safe Saturday morning in Mission Viejo and turned over to a family member, according to Irvine police.
National City police were responding to a shooting scene with "multiple victims'' Saturday morning, but it was unclear if there were any fatalities, according to officials.
Two Subway sandwich shops in San Diego were robbed at gunpoint Friday, possibly by the same masked thief, authorities reported.
Home surveillance cameras captured two women stealing mail right out people’s mailboxes in a Rancho Penasquitos neighborhood this week.
Short-term lodging service Airbnb on Friday released a report about the $420 million impact it has on San Diego’s economy.
Extremely hot weather in San Diego County's deserts is expected to persist Friday through early next week and temperatures in other inland areas will spike on Sunday.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of San Diego's most treasured attractions - SeaWorld's Bayside Skyride. Since 1967, more than 20 million guests have soared above Mission Bay on its iconic gondolas.
Investigators working to identify and track down a man who fatally assaulted a well-liked transient in downtown Ocean Beach released surveillance-camera footage of the suspected killer Friday.
A woman who stole $565,000 from the Escondido concrete business where she worked and gambled the money away at local casinos was sentenced Friday to six years in state prison.