San Diego, California - Anyone can and should save their hard-earned money - all you have to do is start.

San Diego, California - Kurt Boettcher retired in 2004. After a 35-year career in the medical field, he wasn’t about to sit idle at home and knew he needed an outlet to stay active.

San Diego, County - A new Sheriff’s Department helicopter could serve double duty, helping both law enforcement and firefighters. The Bell 407 GX helicopter the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department wants to add to its aerial fleet could also support local fire departments with fire suppression efforts.

San Diego, California - Motor vehicle injuries are the number one cause of death among children in the Unites States – and the number one tool to prevent those injuries is a child car seat.

Escondido, California - The FBI and Escondido Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance to identify the unknown male responsible for robbing the U.S. Bank branch located at 125 North Broadway in Escondido, California, on Tuesday, February 25, 2014.

San Diego, California - “When you eat, they eat” is the motto of TangoTab, a social and philanthropic company that provides a free app to help feed appetites. Launching in San Diego on February 26, TangoTab is giving people a way to help feed the hungry, simply by dining out. The TangoTab app provides consumers with free restaurant deals, and, every time someone redeems an offer, TangoTab works with its non-profit partners to provide a meal to a person in need. TangoTab has the support of LaDainian Tomlinson and Nick Novak of the San Diego Chargers, as well as Nick Noonan of the San Francisco Giants, who are all committed to helping change the game on hunger.

San Diego, California - United States Attorney Laura E. Duffy today announced the sentencing of Eric Phillips for his role in a scheme to defraud clients of Georggin Law, formerly located in Carlsbad, California, who were seeking to repair their credit histories. District Judge Michael M. Anello imposed a sentence of 33 months in custody on Phillips, who victims at today’s hearing described as a “predator.”