There were 427 suicides in the County of San Diego in 2015. But more and more people are seeking out resources to help prevent them, a new report shows.
A mother of a suicide victim and a veteran who tried to commit suicide speak out during Suicide Prevention Week, sharing their personal stories and urging others to know the signs and seek help.
“Fires don’t respect the legal boundaries, the city boundaries or the County boundaries, so it’s imperative that we all work together.” A new City-County partnership was established Wednesday out in San Pasqual Valley, where a County Fire Authority station sits. The city of San Diego added a brush fire engine and four fire fighters to […]
You’re hiking along one of our many awesome trails and you stop in your tracks because – eek! – there’s a rattlesnake in the path. What do you do?
Girls Only is a place for local girls in at-risk areas to share their stories and get the tools to help them avoid exploitation, domestic violence and child abuse
The 32nd Annual County Employees Blood Drive and Marrow Registry kicked off with employees and the public answering the call for donations.
If there’s one thing that we learned at November’s “Year of the Veteran” Conference in Escondido, it’s that you can alway rely on your four-legged friend to help you through some rough patches. Watch how one local veteran was saved by rescue dog Tank.