RIVERSIDE – Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez today proposed legislation that would permit counties throughout California to forgo implementation of any state law that could result in the loss of federal money, which a “sanctuary state” bill put forward in response to President Donald Trump’s immigration policies could trigger. “Sacramento Democrats are jeopardizing hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding […]
Submitted by Republican Senator Mike Morrell’s 23 District office SACRAMENTO – Today, Democrats on the Senate Transportation and Housing Committee wished California taxpayers a “Happy Valentine’s Day” by voting to advance Senate Bill 1 (Beall, D-San Jose), which would significantly increase gas taxes and vehicle registration fees in California. Senator Mike Morrell (R-Rancho Cucamonga) opposed […]
SAN JACINTO – The daughter of a Hemet woman who went missing a week ago and whose traveling companion was found dead on the Soboba Indian Reservation said today she fears her mother was a witness to murder and suffered dire consequences. Kathleen Ann Haney, 56, was last seen on the night of Jan. 22, when she […]
SAN DIEGO – The San Diego County Water Authority Board of Directors today declared an end to drought conditions in the region, citing heavy local rainfall and snow in western mountain areas. According to the Water Authority, precipitation at San Diego’s official reporting station at Lindbergh Field is 172 percent of average at this time. Statewide […]
The last and strongest in a series of winter storms to hit San Diego County will bring heavy rain at times throughout the day today, a slight chance of afternoon thunderstorms and snow down to around 4,500 feet on Friday. Rain started falling in parts of Southern California during the early morning hours. Between 12:15 and 6:15 a.m., the […]
SAN DIEGO – San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer spoke to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday on the eve of the NFL owners meeting in Texas, his office confirmed today. Details of the conversation were not released. The conversation comes on the heels of news that some members of the San Diego City Council sent a letter […]
Edit: As of approximately 4 p.m., the overturned truck was cleaned up, but SanDag was repairing the guardrail that was slated to be repaired on Saturday. SanDag does not have a closure notice in regards to the 15 S onramp. The Mission Rd. southbound I-15 onramp will be closed for hours due to an overturned […]
EARLY INFORMATION: At 9:28 pm tonight, a vehicle was reported as flipped over on the side of the road on W. Lilac Rd. in Bonsall. By 9:44 pm it was reported that one person was self extricated from the vehicle.
UPDATE: As of 8 pm, power has been restored to all homes in the outage. Eight homes still without power PALA – Eight residences remain without power after an outage at 11 am this morning left more than 100 San Diego Gas & Electric customers without power in rural North County, according to the utility’s web […]
At 10:43 pm tonight, all lanes were open after a white Ford pickup was rear ended about 10 pm by a big rig on the northbound I-15 near Rainbow Canyon, according to the CHP. Debris and a 200-ft. long oil slick caused the closure of the northbound #4 lane.