The last act of the U.S. Military in Vietnam was a helicopter evacuation called "Operation Frequent Wind" that evacuated thousands of U.S and South Vietnamese citizens.
On Wednesday, a Marine Sergeant Major, Michael Zacker, was a crewmen on one of the last helicopters to lift off, said he sometimes meets some of those he helped rescue.
"Sometimes we break into a little Vietnamese, but not much because I don't know much. We talk and we hug and we remember what was lost," he said.
The last helicopter to leave the U.S. Embassy that day is on display at the Flying Leathernecks Aviation Museum at Miramar.
Construction has begun at Sunset Cliffs Natural Park on phase two of the Hillside Improvement Project – which includes the installation of over 20,000 new plants and a new trail system.
Police investigating deadly fight in Chula Vista
A protest was held Monday night after the San Diego Police Department launched an internal investigation into a program intended to reward officers for making drug arrests.
The San Diego City Council Monday rejected a proposal to boost the salaries of the mayor and council members.
Residents in Pacific Beach are taking crime fighting into their own hands after cell phone video captured two suspected thieves accused of making off with goods just stolen from a car.
A woman is being criticized after posting a video on social media of her petting a sea lion in La Jolla.
Adam Shacknai was on the stand Monday, as testimony continued in the wrongful death lawsuit of Rebecca Zahau.
A popular Point Loma Heights bike track, known as a “pump track,” has been damaged and parents are fighting to save it.
Actress Chase Masterson is recognizable from hit shows like "Star Trek: Deep Space 9" and CW's "The Flash."
A young Carlsbad couple is raising money for their dream wedding in the most unexpected of ways.