San Diego Repertory Theatre presents Sex with Strangers

by Elizabeth Youngman-Westphal The current show running at the Lyceum Space is about the convergence of digital media and how we have allowed it to intrude into our daily activities.  Produced by the San Diego Repertory Theatre, it is one of the top 10 plays produced around the world in the past 18 months.  With […]

Tony Gwynn Jr. to join Padres broadcast team

SAN DIEGO  – The Padres confirmed today that former outfielder Tony Gwynn Jr., son of the late Hall of Famer, will be part of this year’s broadcast team. Gwynn Jr. — who played for the Padres for two seasons — will be part of television pre- and post-game shows on Fox Sports San Diego and an […]

Physician convicted of sexual assault on patients

Physician convicted of sexual assault on patients

MURRIETA  – A doctor who sexually assaulted multiple female patients in Temecula was convicted today of 25 felony and misdemeanor charges, while jurors acquitted him of two counts of rape and deadlocked on several other allegations. A Murrieta jury weighed evidence from the trial of 45-year-old John Francis McGuire of Escondido for three days before announcing […]

A local look at the big picture

A local look at the big picture

It doesn’t matter how much money you pour into national advertising campaigns, customers are still going to judge your brand by how clean the bathroom is at the closest location. And you can be certain they’re going to make their opinions known. Brand Analytics allows you to understand how your locations are performing on an […]

Several roadways locally and around San Diego County remain closed today

Several roadways remain closed early today due to flooding or other weather-related hazards. The California Highway Patrol listed several road closures and traffic hazards locally, including Old Highway 395 at Dulin Road near Pala Mesa; Camino Del Rey at Golf Club Drive in Bonsall; the Fifth Street and Huffstatler Street dips in Rainbow; Woods Valley Road […]

Rain wreaks havoc on local roadways

Rain wreaks havoc on local roadways

Locally 3 inches of rain has fallen and 1 to 1.5 inches of additional rain is expected. Rainfall rates of 0.25 to 0.50 inches per hour are expected. In additional 4 to 6 inches of rain has fallen across the higher elevations and this significant rainfall will continue to run downstream into the flooded or high […]

Melendez proposes bill to separate localities from State in sanctuary feud

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 […]

Democrats’ Valentine to California Drivers: New Taxes

Democrats’ Valentine to California Drivers: New Taxes

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 […]

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