SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A three-day conference for Latino policymakers is scheduled to begin in Coronado Thursday with discussions on Hispanic political clout and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
The 31st annual convention of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials will take place at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort.
Gov. Jerry Brown is scheduled to welcome the group at noon. Other scheduled conference speakers include state Attorney General Kamala Harris, former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzalez, political activist Dolores Huerta and Fox News personality Juan Williams.
A session on the influence of the Latino electorate this November, along with how partisan gridlock and stalled immigration reform legislation will affect Hispanic voters, will open the convention.
Other topics at the conference will include U.S.-Mexico issues, healthcare and education.?
A suspected drunk driver was shot by sheriff's deputies after leading them on a pursuit across North County freeways Friday night, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department said.
Fire crews responded to a fully involved building fire in the 7000 block of Amherst Drive in Rolando.
The woman fatally shot at an Oceanside apartment Friday afternoon was identified as a Navy corpsman, and a suspect is in custody.
Warner Bros. brought out all the stops Saturday at Comic-Con with an army of stars, surprises and new footage from films like "Aquaman," ''Shazam!" and even "Wonder Woman 1984," which is only three and a half weeks into production.
Detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding a man who died Saturday morning on a sidewalk in Old Town.
Fire crews have reached full containment of a wildfire that spread over hilly rural terrain east of Ramona Friday afternoon, officials said.
A strong high pressure ridge will slowly strengthen and expand, putting Southern California underneath it's dome of hot air.
For years, Honor Flight San Diego has fulfilled its mission to fly San Diego’s war heroes to Washington D.C. to visit the memorials dedicated to their service.
Day two of Comic-Con has come and gone, but tens of thousands of people are still hitting the streets of downtown San Diego – pumping thousands of dollars into the local economy.
A 2-year-old girl is in the hospital Friday with serious injuries after she fell from a fourth-floor window at an apartment complex in San Diego's University City neighborhood, police said.