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A man allegedly approached a teenage girl Tuesday morning attempting to persuade her to get inside his car, according to police. The 17-year-old girl was reportedly walking along Caliente Avenue at 8:20 a.m. when she was approached by the man driving
The driver of the big rig truck that crushed a 15-year-old girl Wednesday evening was not at fault, San Diego police said Thursday. News learned the unidentified driver will not face charges in the death of Castle Park High School sophomore Noemi
Police say a 15-year-old girl was on the phone when she was struck and killed by a semi truck at an intersection in Otay Mesa on Wednesday. The fatal incident at La Media and Otay Mesa roads was reported shortly after 5 p.m., San Diego police said.
U.S. and Mexican officials are scheduled Tuesday to break ground on a new freeway project that will connect a planned border crossing east of Otay Mesa to the area's highway system. The 2.5-mile state Route 11 will be built in three stages.
Chula Vista has made a deal to gain 50 more acres for a future four-year university that would serve the South Bay. The five-member City Council unanimously approved a revised agreement Feb. 26 with Otay Land Co. that would give the city 50 more
A small brush fire broke out behind San Ysidro High School and burned for about an hour, fire dispatchers said Sunday. "The fire involved two acres of small brush and a pile of rubbish," said a San Diego Fire-Rescue dispatcher. The fire started near
The newly constructed state Route 905, which connects the Otay Mesa Port of Entry to the rest of the highway system and serves as the only commercial crossing between San Diego and Tijuana, is scheduled to open to motorists Monday. Caltrans officials
San Diego County's newest highway is almost ready for traffic. On Wednesday, local, state and federal officials dedicated the new state Route 905 in Otay Mesa. The six-mile highway will streamline traffic between the Otay Mesa Port of Entry and
A Border Patrol agent suffered rib injuries in a fall in the Copper Canyon area near the border early Tuesday. Cal Fire crews as well as a San Diego Fire-Rescue Department helicopter responded to the site near Alta and Otay Mesa roads after the call
What ever the rest of the economy is doing, transportation projects in San Diego County are not slowing down. There are currently $600 million in major construction projects under way, according to the local Caltrans district acting director Bill