A cold and blustery storm doused the San Diego area with widespread precipitation Wednesday, bringing anywhere from a few hundredths of an inch to nearly an inch of moisture across the region. The heaviest rains out of the fast-moving unsettled atmospheric system hit in the late morning and afternoon,
San Diego Zoo Global used the occasion of World Wildlife Day Wednesday to rebrand itself as San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance with the intent of broadening approaches to protecting and conserving wildlife around the globe.
She is the first female undersheriff for the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. New Undersheriff Kelly Martinez has dedicated her career to law enforcement. It was something she never dreamed of as a kid.
San Diego Latino Film Festival kicks off March 11. It was the first local film festival forced to cancel its in person event because of COVID-19. Festival founder Ethan Van Thillo shared what a year of pandemic pivoting has been like.
Mayor Todd Gloria announced Monday that the city will officially transition all of its energy accounts to San Diego’s newly launched community choice energy provider, marking the first step toward powering all city facilities with 100% renewable energy sources.
Comic-Con International announced that it will once again replace WonderCon, its annual spring convention in Anaheim, and the San Diego Comic-Con in the summer, with free virtual events in 2021. In addition,
In basketball there’s a very delicate balance between depth and offensive efficiency. The biggest challenge lately for BYU coach Mark Pope is figuring out that balance. On one hand, Pope is utilizing ten players in his regular rotation.
The San Diego State baseball team is hosting USD for the 2021 season opener for one simple reason: Scissors cuts paper. The Aztecs and Toreros have opened the season against each other a few times through the years,
University of San Diego ~ San Diego State University ~ host
Despite obstacles larger than a 300-pound lineman, the Steele Canyon High assistant coach is determined to start an 11-man, Club Football League. Afoa’s vision is to serve San Diego County high school players who have had a nightmare of a 2020-21 school year without playing their sport because of the COVID-19 pandemic.