(SAN DIEGO) - Empowering young girls with the leadership skills they need for a future of success is the mission of the Girl Scouts and right here in San Diego is no exception!
Girl Scouts of America are running at 2.7 million strong — 1.9 million girls and 800,000 adult volunteers who believe girls can change the world. It all started in Savannah, Georgia over 100 years ago with one woman, Girl Scouts’ founder Juliette Gordon “Daisy” Low, who believed in the power of every girl.
If you know a girl who is interested in joining the San Diego chapter of Girl Scouts, you can click here to find the nearest troop and click here to check out the many camp sessions that are available this summer!
San Diego State has suspended one of its fraternities, the university announced in a statement late Friday.
Gun owners had the chance to trade in unwanted firearms for gift cards or skateboards on Saturday, no questions asked, at a gun "buy back" event in southeastern San Diego.
Warm and dry conditions are expected to last through Saturday. Gusty northeast winds in the mountains and valleys are expected to increase the risk of fire danger in the region.
A blessing… That is exactly what Kelly Muno is calling what happened to her son on Friday afternoon. ...
The University of Southern California will pay $215 million in an "agreement in principle" to patients treated by Dr. George Tyndall, a campus gynecologist who has been accused of sexual assault by hundreds of women.
A San Diego Harbor Police vehicle was involved in a crash with a bicyclist early today, officers said.
We all know that San Diego is one of the greatest cities in America for craft beer, but according to a new study by Delphi Behavioral Group, residents of America's Finest City spend over $1,100 a year on alcohol.