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The investigation continues into the tragic killing of a pregnant mother and her two young daughters in Colorado. The girls' father remains behind bars accused in their deaths.
'A deep breath will be useful throughout your whole day. It can help you reset when things don’t go your way …'
Sahara Rose shares her wisdom about Ayurveda and shows people the benefits of eating according to their Dosha.
District Attorney Summer Stephan said Monday she will attend an upcoming parole hearing for a gang member who shot and killed a San Diego police officer during a traffic stop in Skyline 40 years ago.
A search and rescue mission was launched Monday when a sailor assigned to the USS Lake Erie failed to report for morning duty, the Navy announced.
Authorities sought Monday to determine what led to a weekend accident that killed a pedestrian on Interstate 5 in the South Bay.
The nominations have been pouring in for our new segment here on News 8 called Change It Up. We're celebrating everyday people who are making a big impact in our community. Eric Kahnert introduces us to one such Change It Up Champion named Sam Blake.
SoCal Survival Swim is a life-saving program teaching water survival skills to infants as young as 6-months-old.
MiraCosta College announced Monday that tuition will be fully waived for first-time full-time students as part of the MiraCosta Promise program.