SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
A 66-year-old Oceanside man was killed in a solo crash on Interstate 5 near Camp Pendleton.
Bruce Baker, 75, pleaded guilty to reporting more than $2.6 million in charitable donations over the course of several years.
A 29-year-old motorist was badly hurt Monday in a head-on collision on a roadway near Sweetwater Reservoir, authorities reported.
Martha Villalobos Romo of San Diego died at the scene of the accident in a South Bay neighborhood.
Public parks became a necessity during the pandemic, yet millions — mostly low-income and people of color — didn’t have access to them.
From the weekend:
A 28-year-old man who was riding a scooter suffered life-threatening injuries when he fell on his head.
A woman was killed after a street racing suspect crossed onto the wrong side of the road, ran a red light and struck her vehicle.
Three California condor chicks hatched at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in March were given names by members of the Kumeyaay bands of SD.
The ocean shoreline at Tijuana Slough National Wildlife Refuge and Border Field State Park closed Saturday due to contaminated sewage water.
Newsom slammed a U.S. Judge’s decision to overturn CA’s three-decade ban on assault weapons, calling it “a direct threat to public safety.”
The San Diego Sheriff’s Department warned the public to keep an eye out for a suspect who escaped custody in San Diego.
A magnitude 5.3 earthquake shook the area near the Salton Sea on Saturday morning following a swath of smaller quakes.
A swarm of small, intermittent quakes kept shaking the area near the Salton Sea on Saturday and Sunday.
A once-healthy forest was reduced to a “moonscape” by a single fire, researchers said.
Took a break from the news this weekend? Not to worry, we’ve rounded up some of the stories you missed in SoCal on Saturday and Sunday.