SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Some members of the San Diego Police Department took some time off from fighting crime to bust a move.
The department participated in the Running Man Challenge, a global law enforcement dance-off started by a New Zealand police department.
Officers and department employees danced up a storm all over San Diego, from Balboa Park to the deck of the USS Midway and Petco Park. The department's K-9 officers even got in on the action.
The SDPD was challeneged by the Miami Police Department. Chief Zimmerman had passed on the challenge to the San Diego Sheriff's Department.
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.
Police Thursday identified the 66-year-old man who was fatally stabbed inside a Pacific Beach condominium and his 37-year-old nephew, the suspected killer.
Opponents of a plan to expand a Mission Bay hotel on Wednesday tried to get the public on their side ahead of a crucial meeting.
Firefighters will conduct a controlled burn of roughly 100 acres of brush near Pine Valley beginning Thursday, authorities said.
San Diego and Chula Vista are out of the sweepstakes to get Amazon's second headquarters, the company announced Thursday.
Relatively warm weather and mild conditions are on tap again Thursday in San Diego County, but a storm system that could bring rain and snow is on the horizon.
Animal-loving celebrities were getting ready Wednesday night for a big benefit concert to help trainers and their horses displaced by the Lilac Fire.