SAN DIEGO, CA – Although the San Diego rain may seem like it’s
coming to an end, this Friday is only a break from the harsh weather. This
weekend, experts predict a second more ravenous storm, to hit the region this weekend.
Meteorologist Megan Parry has made her prediction about this weekend’s storm. She expects Friday to be an overall nice day. While some parts of the county may be hit with light rain, others should report mostly dry weather and even some sunshine.
Parry states that the sporadic showers will continue through Saturday morning. After the morning, the second storm of the week will move in from the north and bring a heavier rainfall.
This Saturday storm will peak in the afternoon and evening hours, but will continue throughout the day.
The county warns of flash floods and flooding in parts of the county. In particular, the mountain and valley areas are prone to flooding. There are two mountains within the region that the storm will reach. These mountains are Mount Laguna and Palomar Mountain. The snow levels of these mountains are supposed to increase from the regular one inch to 3 inches.
There is also a possibility of a third storm. It may occur
on Sunday afternoon. Although it isn’t expected to be as intense as Thursday
and Saturday’s storm, it could linger until Tuesday. Only time will tell whether
or not the third storm will occur.
SAN DIEGO, CA – Finally, police arrested three men for the November killing of three tortured teens. Unfortunately, police discovered the three teenagers murdered in a Tijuana apartment on November 25, 2018.
The discovery of these three teens in the Loma Verdes neighborhood was a shock with no discernable motive. The General Attorney’s office announced that the men assaulted the three kids for up to two hours before they killed them. Apparently, these men entered the apartment without warning. It is unknown why the group targeted these particular teens. It is most likely that these men tortured the teens separately and killed them together.
The three teens included Alexis Gomez, Juan Suarez Ojeda, and Angel Said Robles. Alexis Gomez was seventeen and a high school senior at O’Farrell Charter School in San Diego. Also located in San Diego, Juan Suarez Odeja, eighteen, had just graduated Ingenuity Charter School. Finally, Angel Said Robles was a seventeen-year-old Mexican native in high school in Tijuana.
Gomez and Odeja, both attended the nearby charter schools since sixth-grade. Consequently, their schools created a GoFundMe page to help the families afford the costs of funeral arrangements. Both San Diego teens had plans for after their future.
The men who committed this brutal murder consisted of Fabricio, Esteban Manuel, and Alejandro. As of yet, not all information has been released to the public.
San Diego, CA — Saturday night, volunteers learned that immigration officials would release two more busloads of families in San Ysidro. However, the shelter opened seven weeks ago to temporarily house families released by immigration officials was already full. Panicked phone calls began as volunteers from the San Diego Rapid Response Network attempted to deal with the crisis.
The volunteers rushed to the Greyhound bus station in San Ysidro. Families seeking asylum from Central America were scheduled to arrive at around 6 p.m. Two buses brought about 63 people before 8 p.m. The volunteers brought blankets, in case these new families needed to spend the night.
Among those facing a night outdoors at the bus station were parents with young children. Marco, a 40-year-old Guatemalan man, comforted his 6-year-old son with a cookie given to him by volunteers. A volunteer attempted to explain to Marco’s nephew in Iowa that he would need to purchase bus tickets for his uncle. The nephew requested Marco to call back the next day.
Other immigrants were luckier. 29-year-old Kateri, traveling with three young children, reached family in Los Angeles who agreed to pick her up from San Diego. Kateri had injured her hand crossing the border near Tecate when she decided to go over a fence with her children. She had been worried that the kids would be hurt, but, “Thank God it was me and not them,” she said.
Immigrants Find Shelter for One Night
Volunteers worked to organize the families. However, the workers had no idea where they would put all these people for the night. Then, a call came in that changed everything. A church offered to take all the new immigrants until more space opened up in the shelter.
Kevin Malone, executive director of the San Diego Organizing Project, said that every day, it looks like volunteers may have to leave people on the street. He stated that he and his fellow workers have been “patching this thing together minute by minute.”
San Diego, California – San Diego zoo is famous not only among city residents. Tourists, especially animal lovers visit San Diego Zoo every day over the last 100 years.
The Zoo records show that annually 5 million people visit Balboa Park and sister property The San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido.
San Diego Zoo gained national attention on ‘’The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson’’, where wild and exotic animals were introduced. The show definitely tuned San Diego Zoo into the ‘’world famous’’ zoo.
Last summer the exhibition called ‘’ Africa rock’’ and costing $68 million replaced ‘’ Dog and Cat Canyon’’. It took eight acres and is considered the zoo’s largest construction project ever.
The exhibition called ‘’Africa rock’’ shifts the focus of the zoo to the conservancy. Nowadays if you visit San Diego zoo you will see the difference.
Nowadays San Diego Zoo Global has a mission to ‘’save species worldwide’’. The organization called San Diego Zoo Global is a nonprofit organization that operates the zoo itself and the Safari park.
The Safari Park is where six rescued rhinos are. The place is known as The Rhino Rescue Center. This is the only program and the last hope to save the northern white rhino. San Diego Zoo Global have been taking actions to save rhinos for 40 years.
The center has had 97 southern white rhinos born, 15 black ones born at the Safari park.
Two artificially inseminated rhinos are expecting babies.
Any donation for wild animals’ conservation is appreciated.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA— Several people suffered minor injuries Thursday afternoon in two unrelated collisions.
The first crash happened about 4 p.m. at 30th and L streets in the Grant Hill neighborhood. Both collisions involved police cruisers in Grant Hill and Skyline.
San Diego Police officer Robert Heims said at least two people got hurt. The circumstances under which the collision occurred were not immediately available.
There was no information available about the police personal physical conditions.
An officer from the department’s southwest division received a radio instructions to respond to a 911 call around 5.45 p.m. He was driving eastbound on Skyline Drive, north of Morse School. This is according to Lt. Mike Ramsay.
Ramsay said the officer collided with a Kia Soul when he made a U-turn near 69th Street. He had his emergency lights and siren on.
Five people from the Kia Soul –three adults, an 8-year-old and 2-year-old were taken to the hospital for examination. Fortunately, all of them had just minor injuries.
The officer complained of his right shoulder pain.
Both crashes are under investigation by the San Diego Police Department‘s traffic division