SAN DIEGO (CNS) - California Highway Patrol officers in San Diego County arrested 28 suspected drunken drivers from Friday evening to 6 a.m. Sunday, 15 fewer than the tally for the same pre-Christmas period last year.
No vehicle occupants were killed during the reporting period that started at 6:01 p.m. Friday, law enforcement agencies throughout San Diego County reported. Two fatalities were reported during the first day-and-a half of the reporting period last year.
CHP officers throughout the state arrested 700 suspected drunken drivers on freeways and on roads in unincorporated areas during the reporting period, 10 less than the same time period last year, according to the CHP.
Statewide, 15 traffic fatalities occurred during this year's reporting period. Law enforcement agencies reported five fatalities during the same period last year.
Monsoonal moisture will decrease through early next week. Strengthening high pressure will increase temperatures through the next week.
The Encinitas Planning Commission on Thursday will vote on the next phase of a contentious project meant to improve access to Beacon’s Beach.
Comic-Con International, again expected to draw a wide array of fans of the popular arts, conducts its annual preview night at the San Diego Convention Center Wednesday night.
Goat yoga may be all the rage, but the San Diego Humane Society is giving people the change to stretch out with adorable furry critters – cats!
Over 130,000 pop culture devotees will come to San Diego's Gaslamp District for the annual four-day comic book convention Comic-Con, the big, bright and very heavily branded confab of costumed superfans and the corporate sponsors vying for their attention — and dollars.
There is a renewed call for protective barriers along the State Route 56 bike path where, in some sections, only a chain-link fence separates bike riders from freeway traffic.
Some tennis experts say San Diego native, Taylor Fritz is the best hope to be America's next great tennis star.
A citywide wellness program is in the works to offer San Diegans free health-related classes. Dozens of workshops will be held each year at libraries and recreation centers, according to the City of San Diego.