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.
Cal Fire is at the scene of a wildfire burning off State Route 94 near Church Road in the Campo Indian Reservation.
A small plane crashed Saturday evening near the El Capitan Reservoir, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department confirmed.
Backers of an initiative that would allow San Diego State University to buy the SDCCU Stadium site in Mission Valley for campus expansion are scheduled to begin seeking petition signatures Saturday.
Friends and relatives of a couple whose bodies were found in Joshua Tree National Park say they believe the two got lost while hiking in the sprawling desert park and struggled in the searing heat with little food or water before they died in a "sympathetic murder-suicide."
Sunshine and higher temperatures are making the return to San Diego County Saturday after intermittent drizzle across the region on Friday.
President Donald Trump is portraying the Islamic State group's ouster from its Syrian stronghold as a milestone in the U.S. fight against terrorism and a step toward a political transition and lasting peace in Syria.
The San Diego Police Department announced Saturday that officers will step up pedestrian safety enforcement operations.
The San Diego Gulls allowed power-play and shorthanded goals in the first period and an empty-net goal in the third in a 4-2 loss to the Stockton Heat Friday night at Stockton.
Authorities asked the public Friday for help in identifying and tracking down a pair of thieves who have carried out a two-week series of bank robberies this month in the San Diego area.