Two local organizations are on board for healthy living. Father Joe's Village and Wyndham Hotels have joined the County's Live Well San Diego initiative as the two newest partners. See what that means in the video above and learn more about Live Well San Diego.
More reason to register your pooch with Finding Rover. The smartphone application, which uses facial recognition, returned another dog back home after the canine was found by County Animal Services. Learn more about Finding Rover.
After a successful pilot program in 2014, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department now supplies Naloxone, the antidote for opioids, to each deputy sheriff on patrol. Deputy Sheriff's at all patrol stations and substations carry Naloxone with them as an important lifesaving tool.
One year after the start of the May 2014 wildfires, County leaders gathered to discuss improvements made over the last year and preparations for the fire season ahead. Get yourself prepared at ReadySanDiego.org.
To kick off Wildfire Awareness Week, firefighting forces from around the state gathered to remind residents to be ready for wildfire, a big threat this year due to our severe drought. Visit readysandiego.org to learn more.
Members of agencies from across the region gathered at the County Administration Center to pay their respects to their fallen comrades at the annual Law Enforcement Officers' Memorial ceremony.
Lookin' to "Go Green?" Trade in your old gas-powered mower for an electric mower at the Annual Lawn Mower Trade-In Event at Qualcomm Stadium. The trade gets you the new mower for only $99.99. May 9 at 8 a.m. First come, first served!
The numbers are in... and they're good. New data show childhood obesity rates in one major school district in the county are going down. Learn more at LiveWellSD.org.
It's a yearly reminder from the County of San Diego and San Diego Padres. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. They can happen at any time, and knowing the signs of a stroke can be the difference between life and death.
She went missing at Christmas, and her owners had been searching ever since. Then Hernando and Vivian Quandt got the call they had been hoping for. The reunion took place at the County's south animal shelter in Bonita.