LOUISIANA (CBS) - A Louisiana teen excited at her first opportunity to cast her vote for the presidency got a taste for how politics works.
Mackenzie Gill says she wanted to celebrate her 18th birthday with a special cake. So, she went to a local Albertson's bakery and asked if they could make one with an American flag with "Trump 2016" written on it.
The woman behind the counter refused and so she posted her outrage on social media.
Albertson's has apologized to the Gill family, saying the issue was a misunderstanding over company policy regarding copyrighted phrases and say they would be happy to provide the cake the customer requested.
A Coaster train struck a pedestrian Wednesday near San Diego's Mission Hills neighborhood, possibly a woman in a wheelchair, prompting disruptions in commuter service.
All lanes reopen on Interstate 15 after an SUV was pinned by a box truck, causing the HOV lanes to close in both directions.
The San Diego City Council's Budget and Government Efficiency Committee will discuss during Wednesday's meeting a permit and fee system for dockless vehicle operators.
Throughout the nation Tuesday, the collective protest against the Trump administration’s policy of separating children from their families at the border reached fever pitch.
Above average temperatures return to the county as high pressure strengthens south of our region. Marine layer will become very suppressed under the high pressure, but may not be completely dissipated.
The president of the La Mesa – Spring Valley School District Board on Tuesday faced calls to resign over a post on his personal Facebook page.
On Tuesday night, the voice of the San Diego Padres, Ted Leitner, returned to the radio booth just weeks after a cancer scare.
Despite community backlash, on Tuesday the San Diego Unified School District voted 4 to 1 to approve a new 300,000 square-foot housing project in Scripps Ranch that will replace a charter school and provide affordable housing units, a community garden and retail space.