SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Dense fog along the San Diego County coastline this morning could cause problems for drivers and air travelers, forecasters said.
The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory, set to remain in effect until 9 a.m. in areas within 5 miles of the coast. Meteorologists said a very shallow marine layer would gradually move north and inland along the coast this morning.
Motorists on parts of Interstates 5 and 805 and state Route 163 were advised to use caution because visibility can drop suddenly to near zero. Drivers should slow down and use their low beams, according to the weather service.
The fog could also cause delays for early morning flights at Lindbergh Field and McClellan-Palomar Airport in Carlsbad, NWS forecasters said.
Police were involved a pursuit late Saturday that ended with a deadly officer-involved shooting in Escondido.
Two people died early Sunday morning after a high-speed chase ended in a head-on crash in North County.
A man was shot and killed by police at an officer- involved shooting in Escondido, a sheriff's lieutenant said Sunday.
An approaching winter storm is poised to open an "atmospheric river" of subtropical rain clouds on Southern California this week, but the San Diego area is expected to see just a fraction of that moisture, forecasters said Sunday.
A man threw rocks at vehicles on Interstate 5 near Imperial Beach Sunday, and threatened police with a pickaxe as he ran into a riverbed.
San Diego Sen. Toni Atkins will make history Wednesday when she becomes the first woman and first lesbian to hold the California Senate's top job.
A 16-year-old boy was allegedly drunk when he crashed his car into a stopped vehicle, pinning a motorist between two bumpers, police said Sunday.
A 27-year-old man suffered fatal injuries as the result of a "punching game'' inside of a bar Saturday morning in the Gaslamp
neighborhood of San Diego.
A large plume of smoke filled the sky in Miramar on Saturday morning after a concrete supply building went up in flames.
SANDAG began removing call boxes along urban highways throughout the San Diego region this month and will continue to do so through June, reflecting a decrease in call volume due to the increase in cell phone ownership.