“The ugly truth is that San Diego has a thriving, underground sex economy.” It’s a harsh reality, but an important one to recognize. A new campaign, “The Ugly Truth,” seeks out to correct myths and the general public’s misperceptions about sex trafficking. Listen to a local woman who was trafficked at just 13 years old […]
The San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency is encouraging residents to take adequate precautions to avoid heatstroke and other heat-related illnesses.
County of San Diego offices, libraries and animal shelters will be closed Monday, July 4 in observance of the Fourth of July holiday. Essential services, including law enforcement and emergency animal services, will remain open.
They just might be a mosquito’s worst nightmare, which means they could also be a dream come true for lots of San Diego County residents.
Thirteen malnourished horses recently seized from a Ramona property are now available for adoption.
The Border Fire started Sunday, June 19. Since then, it has burned more than 7,000 acres, destroyed five homes and 11 structures. These images, taken on June 23 in the Potrero and Campo communities, show the aftermath and the efforts taking place to help residents get back to their lives.
Truvada®, produced by Gilead Sciences, Inc., is a medication that is commonly used as part of combination therapy to treat HIV infection. However, HIV-negative people also can take it as a daily pill to reduce their risk of getting HIV infection in the first place.