SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County dropped 2.7 cents Thursday to $3.55, decreasing for the 13th consecutive day and 39th time in 42 days.
The average price has dropped 69 cents over the past 42 days, including 2.7 cents on Wednesday, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.
The decreases follow a seven-day stretch of increases totaling 73.7 cents that pushed the average price to its highest amount since May 8, 2014.
The average price dropped for 26 consecutive days, had three days of increases totaling 6.1 cents from Aug. 12-14, then resumed declining on Aug. 15.
The average price is 17.4 cents less than one week ago, 56.1 cents lower than one month ago and 27.9 cents below what it was one year ago.
The first okapi to be born at the San Diego Zoo in four years is now three weeks old, zoo officials reported Thursday.
A San Diego Navy sailor and his live in girlfriend have been accused of child abuse and torture of a five-year-old boy.
The Marine Corps says a transport plane lost pressure while 21,000 feet in the air during a training mission in San Diego and five people were treated for decompression sickness.
At the age of eight-years-old, a Vista boy decided he was going to make his life a success - one decade later, that hard work is paying off.
A Hillcrest woman is claiming her quiet street has gone from peaceful to party central thanks to a neighbor who is running an Airbnb out of his garage.
A man was beaten unconscious in his Valencia Park home Thursday morning by a group of four or five men armed with baseball bats and guns, police said.
Authorities announced a $6,000 reward Thursday for information that leads to the arrest of a fugitive suspected of wounding an off- duty lawman and a bystander with gunfire near Petco Park.
A man sneaked into a Little Italy apartment early Thursday and sexually assaulted a resident before being chased away by her boyfriend and escaping into the night.
An international team of veterinarians is in Ukraine helping hundreds of dogs at the site of the Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster. One of the vets is from San Diego and spoke with News 8 via Skype while on a mission of mercy.