Police make arrest in connection with Christmas-season murders that rocked San Diego, Riverside counties

San Diego police remained tight-lipped today about motives or other details surrounding the arrest of a suspect in three Christmas-season murders that rocked San Diego and Riverside County, where one of the bodies was found. Chief of Police Shelly Zimmerman will hold a news conference at 11:30 a.m. Monday to discuss the arrest of Carlo […]

Parks heading AWM until new commissioner selected

When Sandy Parks was growing up in suburban St. Louis she had no expectations that she would eventually become the acting agricultural commissioner of San Diego County. The current phase of Parks’ 22-year history working for the County of San Diego is as the interim head of the Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures (AWM). […]

Vector control assessment to decrease

The county’s vector control benefit assessment will decrease from the $5.86 per equivalent dwelling unit level as it had been since 2011-12 to $5 per equivalent dwelling unit. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors, which serves as the county’s Vector Control District, decreased the annual assessment by a 3-0 vote May 13 with Greg […]

County’s vector control assessment remains unchanged

County’s vector control assessment remains unchanged

The county’s vector control benefit assessment will remain at the same level as it has since 2011-12. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors, who serve as the board of the county’s Vector Control District, voted 5-0 July 30 to maintain the annual assessment of $5.86 per equivalent dwelling unit. The vector control assessment is […]

County Supervisors adopt parks naming policy

County Supervisors adopt parks naming policy

Naming rights for amenities and trails within County of San Diego parks will soon be an occurrence. A 4-1 San Diego County Board of Supervisors vote Jan. 29, with Bill Horn opposed, adopted a new policy covering the naming of county parks and recreation amenities while amending the Board of Supervisors policy which addresses the […]

Mountain Lion Still on Loose in Perris a Week Following Attack

PERRIS – A mountain lion suspected of mauling a homeless man in suburban Perris a week ago remained on the loose as hopes in capturing the wild animal dwindle, a federal official said today. The prospect in trapping the beast appeared to be hopeful but Dan Sforza, California Department of Fish and Wildlife assistant chief, […]

CIF-SS 11-Man/8-Man Football Week 2 Polls

CIF-SS 11-man Football Polls (As of SEPTEMBER 16, 2013) Central Division: Heritage (3-0) takes over the top spot from Rancho Cucamonga (1-2) who lost in OT to Great Oak this week, 42-43. Paloma Valley (3-0) beat West Valley 56-12 and remains in the #4 spot. Elsinore (1-2) is still #5 despite this week’s loss to […]

Vector control assessment remains unchanged from 2012-13 level

Vector control assessment remains unchanged from 2012-13 level

The County’s vector control benefit assessment will remain at the same level as it was in 2011-12 and 2012-13. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors, who serve as the board of the county’s Vector Control District, voted 5-0 July 31 to maintain the annual assessment of $5.86 per equivalent dwelling unit. The vector control […]

Issa says three “whistleblowers” will testify next week regarding time leading up to embassy deaths at Benghazi

SAN DIEGO – Congressman Darryl Issa has identified three “whistleblowers” who will testify next week that military troops were ordered off an airplane heading to rescue officials at the besieged U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi last year. Issa told a Republican fundraising audience Friday, May 3 that the three officials will describe lapses in communications […]

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