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Disgraced former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner will receive a pension check on Halloween, according to a spokesman for the city's employee retirement system.
Two felony charges in one day were more than a bump in the NFL's offseason. They pointed to an ongoing problem for the league _ players who wind up at the center of criminal cases.
Phil Mickelson wants to be more than just a fan of the San Diego Padres. He wants to help buy the team.
San Diego State defensive lineman Dontrell Onuoha (on-oo-OH'-ha) has been charged with a pair of felonies in connection with the beating of a fraternity member near campus in September.
A seaside mansion in San Diego that was used in TV commercials but never occupied has sold for $14.1 million _ a third of the original asking price.
Griffin O'Neal, the son of actor Ryan O'Neal, has pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of drugs stemming from a head-on crash that injured another motorist.
The family of a woman who was found hanged in a San Diego mansion say they'll exhume her body for more testing and the findings will be aired on the "Dr. Phil" TV show in the future.
Griffin O'Neal, son of actor Ryan O'Neal, has pleaded not guilty to drug and firearm possession and driving under the influence stemming from a head-on traffic collision that injured a motorist two months ago.
The San Diego Naval Medical Center says it admitted 15 sailors over a five-month period last year for use of a synthetic drug that mimics marijuana.