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Both parks have been closed since mid-March. It was the first major closure in the 103-year history of San Diego Zoo Global.
Three fires have burned thousands of acres on the military base, sending thick smoke and ash into surrounding communities.
Indoor movie theaters will be allowed to reopen Friday, joining bars, zoos, community swimming pools and hotels.
The department will review its crowd-control practices as part of its investigation into an officer-fired projectile that injured a woman.
San Diego Gas & Electric has continued hiring new employees amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The San Diego Blood Bank issued a call Wednesday for more donations of all blood types as supplies have fallen to "critically low" levels.
A San Diego man who allegedly had Molotov cocktails in his possession at a police brutality protest is facing federal charges.
The fire sparked amid a heat wave that is expected to last through Thursday in the region.
A head-on collision on a rural road near Ramona left two people dead and a third severely injured, authorities reported.
Hot weather will continue Wednesday throughout San Diego County amid a heat wave that will last through Thursday, forecasters said.
The international river has been a longtime problem for residents of Imperial Beach and Tijuana.
The ship underwent a deep-cleaning that balanced decontamination with preventing damage to the ship's critical systems, officials said.
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose Wednesday for the 29th time in 30 days.
After months of coronavirus closures, all remaining DMV offices in California will reopen Thursday, but with new rules in place.
Dozens of public health experts in California are arguing that fighting racism helps fight COVID-19, despite the risks in large gatherings.
A busy hurricane season approaches. Here are the precautions you should take if you need to prep for storms and evacuate.
Gov. Gavin Newsom took a stance on the issue Tuesday after a day of meeting with black community leaders and business owners in Oakland.
The tsunami of righteous indignation over the suffocation death of a black man creates both opportunity and peril for political figures.