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Murder trial postponed, death penalty considered

VISTA — The trial date for three North County residents charged with the murder of Brittany Dawn Killgore has been postponed as district attorneys consider asking for the death penalty.

Shortages, delays expected under still strained court budget

COAST CITIES — After five years of devastating cuts, the California Judicial Branch has received a marginal raise in state funds for the new fiscal year.

There’s nothing like Moonlight’s ‘South Pacific’

There’s nothing like Moonlight’s ‘South Pacific’

VISTA — Moonlight Stage Productions opened its summer season with Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific” and a new artistic director, Steven Glaudini.

Lifelong love of animals turns into a ‘wild’ career

Lifelong love of animals turns into a ‘wild’ career

ENCINITAS — Jessica Larios realized a childhood dream of working with wild animals when she founded The Wildlife Company in Vista 14 years ago.

Pro-Obama group urges Issa to take action on climate change

Pro-Obama group urges Issa to take action on climate change

VISTA — About 20 residents who are a part of the local chapter of Organizing for Action gathered outside of Darrell Issa’s office Wednesday afternoon in hopes of moving the needle on climate change.

Vista’s microbreweries adding to county’s booming beer scene

Vista’s microbreweries adding to county’s booming beer scene

Vista — What’s on tap for craft breweries in Vista? The simple answer: Growth.

Ceremony opens Life Spring House

Ceremony opens Life Spring House

VISTA — A ribbon cutting ceremony April 1 marked the completion of renovations on Life Spring House and a positive start for five young men.

Suspects plead not guilty in Libby Lake Park shootings

Suspects plead not guilty in Libby Lake Park shootings

VISTA — The four suspects arrested in connection with the Libby Lake Park shooting that killed two teens and injured two others March 13 each entered a not guilty plea to charges April 3.

Toys for Tots motorcycle rally celebrates 25 years of giving

Toys for Tots motorcycle rally celebrates 25 years of giving

VISTA — The sight is unexpected and heartwarming. 

Jury will decide fate of Jeremy Stutzman

VISTA — A jury must decide whether Jeremy Ryan Stutzman, 34, is guilty of the multiple felony charges including rape, kidnapping, carjacking, assault, burglary, four special allegations and more, which allegedly took place between two apartments at 2130 South Santa Fe Drive.The defendant was wearing a GPS monitoring bracelet during the alleged attacks, which was […]