11:49 AM EDT 06/02/2015
Originally posted 05/27/2015 06:00PM
A wrong turn on the way to their son's house on Mother's Day left a couple stranded for two weeks in Southern California's bleak high desert – a punishing ordeal that proved fatal for a 79-year-old man, but proved his surviving bride is "one tough cookie."
Originally posted 02/19/2015 07:15AM
One thing you can say about Paul and Gina Schwendel is that they certainly appreciate luxurious rental homes.
Originally posted 01/28/2015 05:55PM
The first razor blades were found in San Diego's picturesque Bonita Cove Park two years ago. Police say the blades were nestled in the grass, not fully planted, but with the sharp part facing upwards.
Originally posted 09/12/2014 07:15PM
Bai Yun, the San Diego Zoo's giant female panda, has been known to chew on bamboo for up to 12 hours a day, so when she chipped a lower tooth, veterinarians had to fix it.
The 23-year-old panda went to the dentist Wednesday, got a shot to make her numb and got the chip repaired, a cleaning and X-rays.
Originally posted 07/31/2014 07:30AM
A small plane clipped the top of a store before it crashed in the parking lot of a San Diego shopping center, killing an 80-year-old passenger and seriously injuring the 52-year-old pilot, authorities said.
Originally posted 07/20/2014 09:35PM
Your browser does not support iframes. No one is slowing Agnes McKee down.
Originally posted 07/18/2014 06:20PM
As the search for a missing Marine wife nears the three-week mark, a witness now says he watched the pregnant Erin Corwin rendezvous and depart with another man from the site where her abandoned vehicle later turned up.
Originally posted 05/20/2014 01:15PM
Tim Bergon only wanted to let his wife know he was okay.
The California firefighter was relaxing with his crew after battling the Cocos Fire outside San Diego when he snapped a quick selfie for his wife.
Originally posted 08/16/2013 07:55AM
Abducted Hannah Anderson made her first public appearance Thursday, attending a fundraiser for her and her family near San Diego, Calif., only days after her her dramatic rescue last weekend.
While Hannah, wearing yellow sunglasses, did not stop and speak to the press, her father, Brett Anderson, told reporters outside the fundraiser gathering place, the Boll Weevil restaurant in Lakeside, Calif. did.
"This is a small community that we are a part of, and the community came together putting on this great fundraiser for Hannah and hopefully for her future and healing," he said, reports CNN.
Brett Anderson also thanked local residents, family and friends, the media and law authorities, as well as the horseback riders whose sighting and phone tip to authorities led to DiMaggio and Hannah's being found.
Originally posted 08/11/2013 06:30PM
It was his tip that ultimately led the FBI to the campsite where James DiMaggio was killed and Hannah Anderson rescued on Saturday.
Recalling how he first alerted state police after his group, on horseback, encountered DiMaggio and Anderson in rugged backcountry on Wednesday, Mark John, a retired Gem County, Idaho, sheriff, conceded it was his wife who intuited that the girl might be in trouble.
"You know, when we were on the lake, my wife wanted to talk to the girl … she felt something might be wrong, and I said, 'No, it might be a lovers' quarrel,' " John told reporters on Sunday.
He and his wife noted that, as they rode away from seeing the couple, Hannah said aloud to herself, "Looks like we're in real trouble now."
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