A California man discovered that his face had been plastered all over newspapers, local television stations and the internet after a woman saw him walking his dogs through her neighborhood, snapped a picture of him and gave it to police trying to stop a burglary ring.
Two more minutes, and the children might have disappeared. Thankfully, because of her quick wits and courage, an 8-year-old girl was able to avert disaster, saving herself and her brother from a kidnapping at the U.S.-Mexico border.
One California middle school will seriously have to consider how it edits yearbooks after the n-word made it onto the cover of the school’s yearbooks.
In November, a long-awaited study about whether the San Diego Police Department engaged in racial profiling was released, with the not-surprising results that black and Hispanic motorists were more likely to be searched and more likely to be subject to field interviews, although they were less likely to have…
Well, I think I’ve seen it all after trying to wrap my head around this one. The San Diego Unified School District is under fire for an anti-bullying campaign that some parents now claim shows special favor to Muslim students. You’d think that being against bullying and standing up for an often targeted community…
On the very same day 15-year-old Jordan Edwards was laid to rest after being fatally shot by a police officer in Texas, an unidentified teenager, also 15, was shot and killed by San Diego police.
The El Cajon, Calif., police officer who gunned down an unarmed black man who was apparently having a mental breakdown will not face criminal charges, the San Diego County (Calif.) District Attorney's Office announced Tuesday, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
What will follow is the most ridiculous thing I think I may have read in life. I don't even mean that in a cavalier fashion. I mean that in the most sincere way possible. Like, when I say that I don't like J. Cole, like, at all, I say with the utmost sincerity. That's how I feel about how ridiculous this story is.