The Donal Hord sculpture "Guardian of Water" has long kept watch over the bay from outside the County Administration Center. We take a look at its transformation from block of granite to waterfront fixture.
Annual reports contain a lot of numbers. Count these among the more interesting ones. To look at the full San Diego County 2012-13 Annual Report (which is still surprisingly concise), click here.
The Assessor/Recorder/County Clerk has the perfect place for you to have your marriage ceremony. And it's just not downtown. For information on all their office locations, check out their website.
The 4S Ranch library branch hosted a Diwali kickoff celebration event named "The Festival of Lights."
The holidays are a good reminder to be extra cautious when making financial transactions. For information on how to protect yourself from identity theft or fraud, visit the CATCH Task Force website.
Ten years since the wildfires of 2003. About half of the County park system was destroyed -- 15,000 acres devastated, 23 parks affected, dozens of structures destroyed. It was an opportunity to rebuild with new designs and to use new fire resistant materials and green building techniques. A decade later, the County park system is better than before; the pride of San Diego County.
Despite having a 350-year flash flood roar through the campground in August, Agua Caliente County Park is open again, and in addition to the tent and RV sites, seven new cabins are now available for reservations.
You and your family help each other stay safe every day. Things like wearing seat-belts or wearing a bike helmet. When it comes to planning for an emergency everyone can help, even the kids. For more information go to ReadySanDiego.org
They walk among us, concealing their identity for a good cause. You might even run into them one day when you're shopping. They do it all for consumer protection.
Friday, the County's first agricultural detector dog, was forced into retirement at the age of nine, but she's not ready to give up sniffing boxes. She now lives with her handler, Jeremy Partch, where she's learning how to be...a pet. Jeremy's new detector dog, Venus, is taking Friday's place on the conveyor belt.