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San Diego bike-share: bumps in the road

"The bikes will roll this summer" - that's the promise about a city-wide bike-share program. But some see it as a threat because programs around the country are struggling and taxpayers are footing the bill. KUSI's Jon Du Pre has a special report on what could go wrong with rental bikes on San Diego streets. More>>

Two SD teens arrested after posting social media threats

San Diego police were kept busy Wednesday with a rash of threats made by high school students: threats against a teacher, a student, and in one case, a threat to shoot-up Marston Middle School. KUSI's John Soderman has the details. More>>

Assembly bill concerning charter schools sparks public protest

A protest outside the downtown State Office building got a bit heated Wednesday, when assembly member Lorena Gonzalez squared-off with demonstrators. As KUSI's Ed Lenderman tells, the controversy involves the state and charter schools. More>>

South Korea sinking ferry boat has minimum 300 students aboard

A devastating day for hundreds of South Korean families: a ferry carrying more than 300 high school students to a resort island capsized in the Yellow Sea. Although some have been rescued, others remain missing and at least six are dead. More>>

San Diego's Tourism-Marketing District finally healthy

San Diego's Tourism-Marketing District, or TMD, is financially healthy again. The bitter and personal confrontations of last year that let to its funds being withheld ended when former mayor Bob Filner resigned in disgrace. What a difference a year makes, and KUSI's Steve Bosh has the story. More>>

Strides taken to make Encanto neighborhood cleaner, safer

A San Diego City Council member is on crusade to clean up the blight in some city neighborhoods. Wednesday, council member Myrtle Cole invited people to help her identify some of the properties that are dirty and unsafe. KUSI's Sasha Foo shows what happened when she went out to look at one of the problem sites. More>>

Man pleads guilty to fatal Del Mar hit-and-run

A man who drove drunk and struck a marine biologist in a crosswalk in Del Mar, then fled the scene, pleaded guilty Wednesday to gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and a hit-and-run allegation. More>>

Economic impact of SD's two college football bowls announced

San Diego's two college football bowl games had an estimated economic impact of $30.7 million in December, up $2 million from the prior year, the San Diego Bowl Game Association announced this week. More>>

Blonde Chicken of the Sea mermaid on tuna cans finally named

SAN DIEGO (CNS) - The blond mermaid on the labels of San Diego-based Chicken of the Sea tuna cans for six decades finally has a name - Catalina. The moniker was chosen in a contest that drew 49,000 entries. More>>

San Diego gearing up for $23 million tourism campaign

San Diego tourism officials are planning a major advertising blitz in the coming fiscal year to promote the city and environs to prospective vacationers. More>>

Supervisors order building code recommendations to go green

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors asked staffers Wednesday to review the county building code for possible changes that would promote more energy-saving and "green" designs. More>>

Baby born on side of freeway is safe and sound

For couples having their first baby, a little anxiety and nerves are expected, so the doctor and nurses usually help keep everyone calm. But what if you don't ever make it to the hospital? That's just what happened to one Encinitas couple Wednesday morning. KUSI's Lauren Phinney has the remarkable story. More>>

New bill could lead to closure of charter schools

Dozens of charter school officials and supporters, including parents, were gathering for a demonstration outside the state office building on Front Street Wednesday morning.  They're protesting Assembly Bill 1531, which they say could ultimately force some charter schools to have to close.  KUSI's Ed Lenderman was there all morning looking for answers.   More>>

One-year anniversary of Boston Marathon bombing Video included

The area near the finish line of the Boston Marathon was evacuated Tuesday, after two backpacks were left unattended.  This coming one year after a horrific tragedy that left three people dead and more than 200 people hurt - when two bombs exploded near the finish line at last year's marathon.
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Republicans looking for "balance" on City Council

In this year's election, two of the four council races are critical to determine whether the reform agenda, supported by Business and the new Republican mayor, will continue or be replaced by the progressive agenda supported by Democrats and Labor. Tuesday, former mayor Jerry Sanders and the Camber of Commerce endorsed the reformers. KUSI's Steve Bosh has the details. More>>

Water main break floods Mission Beach neighborhood

A major water main break is frustrating people living near Mission Beach; water and mud filled the streets, forcing some people to use boats to get home! Water is being restored to the area and the roads should reopen at 4 AM Wednesday. KUSI's Lauren Phinney was down there earlier with more. More>>

Report shows weed use among teens higher than ever

A San Diego health report uncovered a trend that's cause for concern: the number of young teens using marijuana is on the rise. KUSI's Sasha Foo has that part of the story. More>>

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  • Broken Promises!

    Broken Promises!

    Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - A South Bay mom called KUSI's Michael Turko when she got nowhere with the developer who built her neighborhood. Turko says that developer promised a brand new park for localMore>>
    Wednesday, April 16, 2014 - A South Bay mom called KUSI's Michael Turko when she got nowhere with the developer who built her neighborhood. Turko says that developer promised a brand new park for localMore>>
  • One Excuse After Another, It Ain't Right! & Case Closed!

    One Excuse After Another, It Ain't Right! & Case Closed!

    Monday, April 14, 2014 - When KUSI's Michael Turko first started looking into the city's utility undergrounding program, he was told it would take 50 years to get the job done city-wide. That was almostMore>>
    Monday, April 14, 2014 - When KUSI's Michael Turko first started looking into the city's utility undergrounding program, he was told it would take 50 years to get the job done city-wide. That was almostMore>>
  • CALTRANS Does Nothing!

    CALTRANS Does Nothing!

    Tuesday, April 08, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko has been trying to get CALTRANS to fix a deadly stretch of highway that's claiming new victims every few months. Tonight Turko interviews the parents of aMore>>
    Tuesday, April 08, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko has been trying to get CALTRANS to fix a deadly stretch of highway that's claiming new victims every few months. Tonight Turko interviews the parents of aMore>>
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  • 14th Annual Taste of Hillcrest

    14th Annual Taste of Hillcrest

    This weekend is the 14 AnnualTaste of Hillcrest with 42 restaurants participating lie Crest Cafe, The Fresh Asian Bistro, and The Hillcrest Brewing Company that are in the studio todayMore>>
    This weekend is the 14 AnnualTaste of Hillcrest with 42 restaurants participating lie Crest Cafe, The Fresh Asian Bistro, and The Hillcrest Brewing Company that are in the studio today.  Tune in to see all the food and a few of the restaurants that you can expect to see and taste their food.More>>
  • Cindy Whitmarsh - Relieving Stress the Marine Corp Way

    Cindy Whitmarsh - Relieving Stress the Marine Corp Way

    Cindy Whitmarsh, KUSI Fitness Expert bring in some great workout routines and Guest from the Marine Corp today.  See how she works with them to get a Stress Free Workout.  Listen as Sean Sheppard,More>>
    Cindy Whitmarsh, KUSI Fitness Expert bring in some great workout routines and Guest from the Marine Corp today.  See how she works with them to get a Stress Free Workout.  Listen as Sean Sheppard, Founder of Embrace talks about his foundation and how to participate with the day of Working Out The Marine Corps Way.More>>
  • Dr's. Joe & Stacy Merlo - Visualization, Breathing and Stretching

    Dr's. Joe & Stacy Merlo - Visualization, Breathing and Stretching

    Dr's Joe and Stacy Merlo of Good Vibrations Chiropractic are in to talk about stress in the body.  They discuss how the nerves system works to in controlling stress or creating stress.  See the chart they bring to give a More>>
    Dr's Joe and Stacy Merlo of Good Vibrations Chiropractic are in to talk about stress in the body.  They discuss how the nerves system works to in controlling stress or creating stress.  See the chart they bring to give a visual. More>>
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