SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Lane and ramp closures are scheduled Tuesday night along parts of Interstate 15 so crews can replace pavement.
Two southbound freeway lanes between state Route 52 and Murphy Canyon Road will be closed from 7 p.m. until 5 a.m. Wednesday, according to Caltrans.
The onramps from Aero Drive to southbound Interstate 15 and from just north of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard will be closed during the same hours.
State transportation officials said pavement grinding and other work will be noisy at times. Caltrans also asked that motorists slow down in the vicinity of construction work and if possible, move over a lane to provide a buffer for workers.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris is scheduled Friday to tour the Otay Mesa Immigration and Detention Facility, where she will visit migrant mothers who were separated from their children.
As the weather heats up, County Animal Services says you may see more rattlesnakes out and about. The department has already received 656 rattlesnake calls since the beginning of the year, 100 more than last year at this time. Some 30 calls came in since last Wednesday.
A bleeding, gravely injured man banged on the door of a Lemon Grove home in an apparent last-gasp plea for help, and his death a short time later prompted sheriff's deputies to launch a homicide investigation, authorities said Friday.
High pressure over Northern Mexico will warm temperatures Friday. Coastal areas cooler due to weak onshore flow. Excessive heat warning in effect for San Diego County deserts through Friday evening.
Two dogs attacked a woman and her toddler son on an East County roadside Thursday, leaving them seriously injured, authorities said.
Come into Battle Axe and you are sure to learn a thing or two. The "axperts" will teach you two-handed throws and a little humility.
A local trash collector found a tiny treasure – and a friend for life - on the job recently. Michael Cabrera was finishing up his shift one night when he found a kitten trapped in his truck.
San Diego Border Patrol agents, who are enforcing the Justice Department’s ‘zero tolerance policy,’ have become targets of abuse over social media as the immigration debate continues.