Daniel Formica, 45, had sailed from the San Diego Yacht Club on Thursday but failed to dock at his Orange County homeport later that night, a U.S. Coast Guard official said.
Another man, who owns the 35-foot sailing vessel Abba Jaba Dad, reported the boat and his friend were missing at about 4 p.m. Saturday, said Coast Guard public affairs officer Jetta Disco.
Port police along the coast were searching local marinas to see if the large sailboat had docked elsewhere, and Formica and the yacht were found around 12:20 p.m. today by the Dana Point Harbor Patrol just outside the harbor, Disco said.
Warrior Foundation Freedom Station, a non-profit organization serving ill and injured warriors, broke ground on a second transitional housing facility in San Diego Wednesday.
A San Diego Humane Society official on Wednesday praised the Carlsbad City Council's decision to contract with the nonprofit for the city's animal services.
A motorist who had marijuana in his system when he drove the wrong way on Interstate 5 near the U.S.-Mexico border, causing a collision that killed a motorcyclist, was sentenced Wednesday to six years in state prison.
It's one of Southern California's largest cycling events: The Barrio Logan Grand Prix. It returns Saturday, April 28.
San Diego Fire Department is responding to a report of live wires on a building and in the road at Roselle Street and Tansy Street in Sorrento Valley.
An Escondido man who killed a friend after challenging the victim to a fight, then posted sounds of the victim crying during the attack on a social media site, was convicted Tuesday of first-degree murder.
A family of four escaped their burning home Wednesday morning in San Diego's Pacific Highlands Ranch neighborhood near Carmel Valley, but their garage and two vehicles were destroyed by the fire and smoke damaged much of the home, causing a loss of about a quarter-million dollars, authorities said.
People from both sides of the gun debate spoke out Tuesday afternoon in front of the Del Mar Fairgrounds Board of Directors.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tuesday awarded $326,776 in grants to groups that will manage and monitor waste, including sewage spills, along the U.S.-Mexico border.