SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Many federal, state and local government offices in San Diego will be closed Monday for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Closures the city of San Diego will include administrative offices, libraries, recreation centers, municipal pools and the Tecolote Nature Center.
Chollas Lake, San Vicente Reservoir, Mission Trails Regional Park Visitor Center, municipal golf courses and Miramar Landfill will be open.
There will be no delay in curbside trash pickup, according to the city.
In the county of San Diego, offices, libraries and animal shelters will be closed, as will community and teen centers in Fallbrook, Lakeside and Spring Valley. County-run parks, campgrounds and neighborhood day-use parks will be open.
The Metropolitan Transit System and North County Transit District will run their buses, trains and trolleys on normal schedules.
A 23-year-old San Diego man was behind bars today on suspicion of fatally stabbing a woman whose body was found near an Encanto park, police said.
A water line broke Wednesday morning in a hilly neighborhood on the border of San Diego and National City, flooding several nearby homes and opening a large sinkhole that partially swallowed a pickup truck.
A 37-year-old man stabbed his 66-year-old uncle to death Wednesday morning inside a Pacific Beach condominium where both men lived, police said.
A high-pressure ridge is continuing to keep the weather warm across San Diego County with the mild conditions and above-average temperatures expected to continue through Thursday.
Backers of a proposed ballot initiative that would pave the way for San Diego State University to acquire the SDCCU Stadium property for campus expansion submitted more than 100,000 signed petitions to election officials Tuesday.
Ocean Beach residents on Tuesday packed a town hall meeting to sound off about a recent wave of crime in their neighborhood.
The city of El Cajon is responding to backlash after 12 people were given citations for handing out food to the homeless.
The Women’s March is scheduled to take place this coming Saturday, but there may not be enough public transportation to handle the tens of thousands of people who are expected to march because no trains will be running from North County.
One of San Diego's most decorated war heroes has died at the age of 98. In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Poway to say farewell to a legend.