If you are requesting a waiver please be aware that on November 29, 1999, President Clinton signed the Satellite Home Viewer Improvement Act. Under the provisions of this new act we ask that you contact your satellite provider. They will then request the waiver on your behalf. KFMB TV cannot help you in receiving east coast CBS feeds. Local station access is available through your satellite provider.
Recreational vehicles and commercial trucks are exempt from the improvement act. You do not need a waiver. Contact your provider.
If you've already requested a waiver and were denied, please call (858) 495-9370 and provide the following information:
1. Name of your satellite provider
2. Name, address and phone number (exactly as written on your original request)
Please note that it will be impossible for us to service your request without the above information. You can find more information regarding Satellite TV waivers by linking onto SHVA.com (Satellite Home viewer Act).
As the heat continues so do the shocking electricity bills, and costumers have seen an increase over years past because of San Diego’s weather.
San Diego County's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped to 3.5 percent in July, compared to 3.7 percent the previous month, according to figures released by the state's Employment Development Department.
It took firefighters about an hour Friday to subdue a small roadside brush fire that briefly threatened a few homes just west of Palomar College.
A man who used a stun gun to render his mother defenseless, then fatally stabbed her in the Clairemont home they shared, was sentenced to 26 years to life in prison.
A federal judge has extended a freeze on deporting families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border, giving a reprieve to hundreds of children and their parents to remain in the United States.
If you haven't received your electric bill yet for this month, you might be in for quite a shock. San Diegans are reporting skyrocketing power bills despite their best efforts to reduce their use.
Several highway connector ramps in San Diego County will be closed over the weekend for repairs, officials said Friday.