SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA – Missed today’s headlines? Here are the Patch stories from San Diego County that people are talking about today:
A San Diego County blood shortage is anticipated due to blood drive cancellations, according to the regional blood bank.
The newborn rhino calf, yet to be named, was born in the early hours of Aug. 22 to first-time mom Kianga, and father J Gregory.
San Diego Humane Society officers saved a calico and its companion from an evacuated South Lake Tahoe house that had been invaded by a bear.
The La Jolla Village branch will be the fifth in a chain that began in 1997 and features butlers as waiters.
Teenagers must put aside phones and PCs to bond with one another. Some return as counselors. One even met her husband there.
Five crew members remain missing after a military helicopter crashed off the coast of San Diego on Wednesday.
Single game tickets have become available for the San Diego Gulls hockey team.
A reminder: San Diego County government offices are closed Monday in observance of Labor Day.
North Island Credit Union is encouraging San Diego County teachers who have innovative class project ideas to apply for a credit union grant.
Carlsbad’s William D. Cannon Art Gallery has been chosen as one of only three California venues to host a traveling exhibition about Frida Kahlo.
Sheriff’s deputies in Imperial Beach police will be looking for impaired and unlicensed drivers this weekend.
Find out where La Mesa Police will have a checkpoint set up this weekend to catch drunk drivers.
A 31-year-old man from La Mesa died after crashing a 2001 Honda Civic into a concrete pillar near Spring Valley Academy, the CHP reported.
Daniel Joseph Corona of La Mesa was booked into San Diego Central Jail.
An Escondido man who sold fentanyl-laced pills to a Camp Pendleton Marine, leading to the victim’s fatal overdose, was sentenced to prison.
The Board of Supervisors approved the easement of 220.5 acres of open space for a future conservation project near the community of Ramona.
“Our teachers need resources to get creative to engage with students and cultivate their interest in STEM.”
Federal authorities announced hey will conduct increased patrols along the coast of San Diego over the Labor Day weekend.
Across California, the substitute teacher shortage is another burden in an already challenging school year.