SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — A fifth grade class from Double Peak School in San Marcos visited Morning Extra with a lesson on giving back.
After watching and reading many News 8 stories about homelessness in our community these kids are dedicated to trying to make a difference.
Hey DPS community! Tune in SOON to @thecwsandiego this morning at 8:40 am to see Ms Shepard's 5th graders sharing their incredible Homeless Service Learning project! We are so proud of them! #dpsk8 #smusd @sanmarcosusd https://t.co/FmajKQ69EV pic.twitter.com/LBykTjhx9v— Double Peak School (@DoublePeak_K8) March 29, 2018
As kids, some of us set up a lemonade stand to pull in a few extra bucks, but one Ocean Beach boy is not charging a dime for his lemonade. Instead, he is encouraging his customers to help him pay it forward.
An 11-year-old girl broke free from a would-be kidnapper Tuesday in Jamul, suffering a minor injury to an arm.
UC San Diego Wednesday announced what the university touted as the largest private medicinal cannabis research donation in U.S. history.
People across San Diego County have noticed a disturbing trend as they have found, seemingly healthy, birds of prey dead.
If you have a cell phone, you've probably received a spam text. While they are annoying, experts say the texts can also lead to bigger problems.
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News 8 spoke to the Golden State Killer's youngest victim on Wednesday following the announcement of an arrest in the case. Former Del Mar resident Margaret Wardlow was just 13 years old and living alone with her mother in Sacramento when she was raped by the man also known as the East Area Rapist.
Ex-Poway Unified School District Superintendent John Collins pleaded guilty Wednesday to a misdemeanor financial disclosure charge and was immediately sentenced to five years probation in a plea deal in a case in which he was accused of misappropriating more than $345,000 in public funds.