• Times of San Diego
    Larry Caudillo, the second-winningest coach in University of San Diego softball history, has died in San Diego. He was 68.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Two people were killed and four were injured in a shooting near San Jose State University late Tuesday, police said. Officers responding to a call about a shooting found five people shot, two were declared dead at the scene and three others were taken to the hospital.
  • ABC 10 News
    They are in memory of 23-year-old Christina Garcia, who was found dead at a nearby field on Aug. 5th. Chula Vista police say they were called out to 3100 block of Main Street after someone found her body.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Russell Kirsch, a computer scientist credited with inventing the pixel and scanning the world’s first digital photograph, died Aug. 11 at his home in Portland, Oregon, The Oregonian reported
  • Times of San Diego
    Former San Diegan Regis Philbin, a familiar face to TV viewers as an energetic and funny talk and game show host who logged more hours in front of the camera than anyone else in the history of U.S. television,
  • NBC 7 San Diego on MSN.com
    Regis Philbin, the onetime host of “The Regis Philbin Show” in San Diego who went on to greater fame as the star of “Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee,” “Live With Regis and Kelly” and “Who Wants to Be A Millionaire?
  • ABC 10 News
    Iconic TV host Regis Philbin, who has roots in San Diego television history, has died at the age of 88, multiple news outlets report.
  • Times of San Diego
    A robbery suspect shot by patrol officers last weekend when he allegedly pulled a gun on them near El Cortez hotel has died of his injuries, police said Tuesday.
  • Times of San Diego
    The crash, involving two black sedans, was reported around 1:15 a.m. on northbound Interstate 5 near state Route 163, according to the California Highway Patrol. Both drivers — one male and the other female — were pronounced dead at the scene, 10News reported. No further details about the victims or the vehicles were immediately available ...
  • ABC 10 News
    PASADENA (CNS) - Joe Coulombe, the San Diego native who founded of the Trader Joe's grocery chain that bear's his name and grew from a single outlet in Pasadena to more than 500 stores in 40 states, has died following years of declining health. He was 89. Coulombe's son, Joe Jr., told reporters his father died late Friday at his home in ...
  • KPBS
    Longtime religious and civic leader the Rev. George Walker Smith, the first African-American to be elected in the city when he won the race for the San Diego Board of Education in 1963, has died at 91. Smith died at Kindred Hospital in San Diego on Saturday. The cause of death was not immediately released. In 1970, Smith established the Catfish ...