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Naval Base Pt. Loma locked down, 2 persons detained

A sighting of a possible unauthorized armed person on the grounds of Naval Base Point Loma Thursday prompted military officials to order personnel to remain secured indoors while police conducted an investigation, during which two people were taken into custody for questioning. More>>

The cast of Good Morning San Diego spent Thursday morning out in Lakeside previewing this weekend's Lakeside Rodeo.  Click here to see a slideshow from our visit! More>>

Prospective marijuana dispensary owners line up Video included

Thursday is the first day that people who want to run a marijuana dispensary in San Diego can apply for a conditional use permit. The City Council last month approved a set of zoning regulations that would allow up to four collectives to legally exist in eight of nine city council districts. More>>

Fallbrook mom sexually attacked in broad daylight Video included

Some people in Fallbrook may just be hearing about the story Wednesday night of how a very bold predator attacked a woman in broad daylight, and how her 2-year-old child may have watched the attack. KUSI's Kristen Cusato has more on the story. More>>

$1M Powerball ticket sold in Oceanside

A ticket with five numbers, but missing the Powerball number, in Wednesday night's multi-state Powerball lottery drawing was sold at an Oceanside market and is worth $1,079,602. More>>

Man who fled custody in handcuffs set to be arraigned Thursday

A robbery suspect who was captured near Petco Park 19 hours after he allegedly escaped in handcuffs from a processing area at the San Diego Central Jail -- was scheduled to be arraigned Thursday. More>>

Coronado Bridge reopens after potential jumper taken into custody

Both the north and southbound lanes of the Coronado Bridge were closed for nearly an hour Wednesday night after a man threatened to jump off the bridge. More>>

River park bike path runs through homeless encampments Video included

What if you woke up one morning and people were riding bicycles through your bedroom? The question is absurd, but for some of San Diego's homeless, it's the reality they're facing now that the much anticipated and expensive Mission Valley bike path is open. KUSI's Jon Du Pre has the story. More>>

New clemency for federal prisoners may mean shorter sentences Video included

Thousands of federal drug prisoners could be out of prison sooner than expected. The nation's highest law enforcement official announced new clemency rules that could potentially shorten felony drug sentences. More>>

SDPD officer arrested for alleged domestic violence Video included

The troubles continue for the San Diego Police Department. An officer was arrested and accused of domestic violence in La Mesa. The La Mesa Police Department is conducting the criminal investigation into the officer - a seven year veteran of the SDPD. KUSI's Lauren Phinney has the story. More>>

Proposed minimum wage hike for San Diego heads to ballot Video included

Wednesday night, members of the San Diego Organizing Project are holding a rally in support of raising San Diego's minimum wage. This is happening at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Parish in Barrio Logan. Earlier Wednesday, Council President Todd Gloria wants voters to approve a plan that would raise the wage from $8 per hour to $13 per hour - and that's not all he wants to do. KUSI's Steve Bosh attained the rest of the details. More>>

Criminal trial ordered by judge in SDPD sexual battery case Video included

The former San Diego police officer accused of groping and improperly detaining four women will stand trial. The ruling in the case of Christopher Hays came Wednesday at the conclusion of a preliminary hearing. KUSI's Sasha Foo has the details. More>>

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  • Missing in Action!

    Missing in Action!

    A man contacted KUSI's Michael Turko when a piano he put on consignment at a local store went missing. Turko says this may sound familiar because he exposed the same situation with the same store back in 2009.More>>
    A man contacted KUSI's Michael Turko when a piano he put on consignment at a local store went missing. Turko says this may sound familiar because he exposed the same situation with the same store back in 2009.More>>
  • Another Century!

    Another Century!

    Monday, April 21, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko has some tough questions for San Diego city officials about their utility under grounding program. Turko says his investigation shows the program is way behind schedule and could take longer than we were told to get it done.More>>
    Monday, April 21, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko has some tough questions for San Diego city officials about their utility under grounding program. Turko says his investigation shows the program is way behind schedule and could take longer than we were told to get it done.More>>
  • Ugly As Sin!

    Ugly As Sin!

    Thursday, April 17, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko recently got a tip about an illegal dumpsite in an upscale neighborhood on San Diego's north side. Turko says the tip was accurate and now a city councilMore>>
    Thursday, April 17, 2014 - KUSI's Michael Turko recently got a tip about an illegal dumpsite in an upscale neighborhood on San Diego's north side. Turko says the tip was accurate and now a city councilMore>>
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  • Pet Therapy Program - Tails on the Trails Dog Therapy Walk A Thon

    Pet Therapy Program - Tails on the Trails Dog Therapy Walk A Thon

    There is a Dog Walk A Thon coming up this weekend to help raise money for Therapy Dogs so that they can continue in programs like visiting people in hospitals, having children read to them and more.  Mary Gleisberg, Chairman of Tri City Hospital Pet Therapy Program and he dog Prince,  has all the information you need to participateMore>>
    There is a Dog Walk A Thon coming up this weekend to help raise money for Therapy Dogs so that they can continue in programs like visiting people in hospitals, having children read to them and more.  Mary Gleisberg, Chairman of Tri City Hospital Pet Therapy Program and he dog Prince,  has all the information you need to participateMore>>
  • Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban

    Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban

    Attorney's Allen Bloom and Jan Ronis discuss Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban which upheld by Supreme Court.  Find out how Affirmative Action got started and what this really means for Michigan.More>>
    Attorney's Allen Bloom and Jan Ronis discuss Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban which upheld by Supreme Court.  Find out how Affirmative Action got started and what this really means for Michigan.More>>
  • Bonnie Dumanis on Court and Sheriff's Scams

    Bonnie Dumanis on Court and Sheriff's Scams

    DA Bonnie Dumanis is here to share some Very Important News On Scams.  In recent weeks there have been an overload of Scam Companies calling people at home and telling the to send money on a legal types issue.  Dumanis says Do Not Send - These Are Scams.  Listen in as she goes into details on what scams are out there, how to handle the call and what to do if you get one of these calls.More>>
    DA Bonnie Dumanis is here to share some Very Important News On Scams.  In recent weeks there have been an overload of Scam Companies calling people at home and telling the to send money on a legal types issue.  Dumanis says Do Not Send - These Are Scams.  Listen in as she goes into details on what scams are out there, how to handle the call and what to do if you get one of these calls.More>>
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