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CARLSBAD — Erica Davis completed her first major race when she was 3-years-old.
ESCONDIDO – The executive director of NCTD (North County Transit District) Matthew Tucker described the situation as “embarrassing,” “challenging,” and “difficult,” at having to halt their Sprinter light rail services starting at midnight because of the discovery of faster than anticipated wear on all of the trains’ friction braking system rotors. Along with NCTD, two [...]
COAST CITIES — The same water that pours out of a tap sustains avocado groves throughout Henry Avocado Company in Escondido, owned by Phil Henry.
ENCINITAS — The nonprofit SurfAid was established in 2000 by Dave Jenkins, M.D. and Andrew Griffiths to provide much needed humanitarian relief to the indigenous people of the Mentawai Islands, considered to be a mecca for surfers and the surf industry.
ENCINITAS — “I believe that we were very lucky,” said Capt. Duncan Fraser of the Sheriff’s Central Investigations Division referring to the outcome of a nearly 10-hour-long standoff in Encinitas that saw two Encinitas Sheriff’s deputies wounded, and the suspect, 22-year-old Evan Kim Tian Kwik taking his own life.
ENCINITAS — For the last year, construction workers have been busy throughout Seabluffe, a 55-acre gated community just south of La Costa Avenue and west of Coast Highway 101.
OCEANSIDE — San Diego Navy SEAL Rorke Denver shares his personal experiences serving as Navy SEAL for 13 years in his just published book “Damn Few: Making the Modern SEAL Warrior.”
TORREY PINES — He brushes shoulders with the world’s best golfers, has even gotten to know some of them really well and his workplace is the iconic Torrey Pines Golf Course.
ENCINITAS – A 10-hour standoff between SWAT teams and a 22-year-old man ended at 1:38 Thursday morning when members of the Sheriff’s Special Enforcement Detail entered the home and found the man dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to the Sheriff’s Department.