SAN DIEGO (CNS) - More than 1,000 people are expected to attend the 28th All Peoples Celebration in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. at the Balboa Park Activity Center Monday morning.
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The featured speaker at the sold-out event will be Emmy Award-winning journalist John Carlos Frey, who was raised in San Diego. His work has been featured on "60 Minutes," PBS, NBC News, CBS News, Univision and Telemundo, among others.
Constance Carroll, chancellor of the San Diego Community College District, will also speak, and playwright Samuel Valdez will receive an award for community service.
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Also Monday morning, the North County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will hold its Martin Luther King Jr. Community Prayer Breakfast at MiraCosta College in Oceanside. The 8 a.m. event is also sold out.
Local first-responders who put their lives on the line to help victims of the deadly Montecito mudslides were back home Thursday.
A man accused of stabbing a woman to death near an Encanto Park made his first court appearance Thursday.
The San Diego Blood Bank Thursday solicited donations through the end of the month in honor of Father Joe Carroll, who will undergo surgery Feb. 1 due to complications with diabetes.
If you need ideas to help you keep that New Year's resolution going head to Santee for an active lifestyle expo and race this Saturday.
A new construction phase begins for the Mid-Coast Trolley. The Mid-Coast Trolley is an 11-mile extension of the San Diego Trolley Blue Line with service from Santa Fe Depot in downtown San Diego to UC San Diego and University City.
More than 200 local restaurants are trying to impress you next week. San Diego Restaurant Week kicks off Sunday.
A former children's television show host known as "Mr. Wonder" has been sentenced to five years in prison, nearly four decades after he vanished amid allegations that he sexually abused children on a camping trip.
On Thursday, San Diego Unified School District Culinary Arts and Management students will battle one another - and students from other districts - by preparing a three-course meal with a secret ingredient.
Firefighters Thursday began a series of controlled burns that will clear potentially problematic combustion-prone brush off about 100 open acres in the East County highlands over the next week or so, authorities reported.