SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A man was stabbed in the chest by another man while at Mission Bay Park with a group of people, authorities said Sunday.
The stabbing was reported at 11:47 p.m. Saturday at 1700 East Mission Bay Drive, said San Diego police Officer Robert Heims.
"A verbal argument started and a 25-year-old male was stabbed in the right side just below the chest by an unknown suspect,'' Heims said.
The suspect was seen running northbound on East Mission Bay Drive, he said. The victim was taken to a hospital but his injuries were not believed to be life-threatening, Heims said.
A jaguar went on a killing rampage at a Louisiana zoo on Saturday, but he was born here at the San Diego Zoo. Valerio spent two years in San Diego before being moved to the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.
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Gradual warming through the week. Moisture to return Tuesday and Wednesday, raising chances of thunderstorms in the mountains.
Venus and the moon created a spectacular sight in the western sky Sunday night, appearing inches away from each other. A crescent moon sat to the right, just two degrees from Venus by mid-twilight.
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The sound of thunderous drums from a traditional Aztec drum circle could be heard throughout Barrio Logan all weekend. Hundreds of dancers have been moving to the beat since Friday and haven't stopped. News 8 photojournalist Tim Blodgett shows us more of the sights and sounds as the dancers stand up against hate and racism.
The San Diego City Council issued a proclamation last week to recognize July 2018 as LGBT Pride Month in America's Finest City. The proclamation came just before Pride festivities kicked off in Hillcrest, Balboa Park and elsewhere around San Diego.
A resident in the Colina Del Sol community of San Diego discovered a 36-year-old homeless man Sunday morning sitting on a bus bench suffering from several stab wounds to his upper back, a police sergeant said.