Southern California News
Northern California News
- 30 homes told to evacuate on San Francisco Peninsula after mudslide
A mudslide in Woodside, a town in San Mateo County, has shut down a road, isolating several homes, and officials are urging residents to evacuate in the aftermath of Tuesday's wind and rainstorm.
- Storm batters boats into Lefty O'Doul Bridge, damaging historic San Francisco span
Tuesday's bomb cyclone ripped barges loose from their moorings, sending them like battering rams into the historic San Francisco drawbridge.
- 4 people critically injured by fallen trees in San Francisco due to high winds
The injuries occurred as howling winds developed across the city between 3:45 and 4:30 p.m., said Lt. Jonathan Baxter, a spokesperson for the San Francisco Fire Department.
- Brutal Bay Area storm forces San Francisco-bound ferry to turn around
A Golden Gate Ferry sailing from Larkspur to San Francisco had to turn around and return to its departure terminal after storm conditions prevented it from docking at the Ferry Building.
- Glass falls from San Francisco high rise amid brutal 'bomb cyclone'
Last Tuesday, glass fell from 555 California St., one of the tallest buildings in San Francisco's downtown area.
San Diego News
- Woman wounded in Pacific Beach stabbing; suspect detained
The stabbing was reported about 11:30 a.m. on Grand Avenue, near Mission Boulevard, police said.
- Passenger in pickup killed when vehicle goes off I-15 near Bonsall
The 24-year-old man who died was a passenger in the GMC Sierra pickup that went off I-15 near Gopher Canyon Road and overturned early Wednesday
- Police say 6-year-old boy killed in two-vehicle crash in Kensington
Two vehicles crashed at the intersection of Adams Avenue and Biona Drive shortly before 8 a.m.; officials said one of the vehicles landed on its side atop a fire hydrant
- 39-year-old killed in Lemon Grove shooting is identified
Gregory Moore was found unconscious in the driver's seat of a car in the intersection of Lemon Grove Avenue and San Miguel Avenue shortly before 10 p.m. on Saturday night suffering from gunshot wounds to his upper leg and lower torso
- San Diego must make its largest ever annual pension payment this year — $448M
The payment is climbing because of employee pay raises, weak investment returns and Proposition B penalties.