Baseball: Madison 4, Torrey Pines 5

A wild game between Madison and Torrey Pines. The Warhawks keeping the lead the majority of the game behind two homeruns from Jake Jackson. But, in the bottom of the 7th the Falcons tie it up at this one goes all the way to the 10th. Ryan Flather comes through for Torrey with the RBI base hit as they walk this one off, the final 5-4. Categories: All Sports Report, Sports Tags: Madison HS, Torrey Pines HS

San Diegans are paying over $6 for gas, but where does the money go?

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A run of 16 increases in 17 days that boosted the average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County to a record high ended Friday when it was unchanged, remaining at $6.023. As we watch the marquee totals tick ever higher, some are asking what specifically goes into the price of Gasoline here in California? On “Good Evening San Diego” KUSI’s Matt Prichard talked with Richard Rider, Chairman of the San Diego Tax Fighters, to break down the numbers! Categories: KUSI, Local San Diego News

Fiesta Del Sol makes a comeback in Solana Beach this weekend

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Fiesta Del Sol, Presented by the Solana Beach Chamber of Commerce, is happening Saturday and Sunday in Solana Beach! Fiesta Del Sol is an Annual Beachside Music Festival at Fletcher Cove Park in Solana Beach. The event runs: Saturday May 21st 9am to 10pm Sunday May 22nd 9am to 8pm Great bands will be playing like Yachtely Crew, Daring Greatley, The Sully Band, Common Sense, Don Carlos, The Sacred Souls, Common Sense, Bella Lux and many other bands. Beth Bennett, Event Director for the Belly Up, joined KUSI’s Matt Prichard on “Good Evening San Diego” to talk about Fiesta Del Sol in Solana Beach. Categories: Entertainment, Good Evening San Diego, KUSI

Should you get a second booster as BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron subvariants spread?

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The US has been seeing reports of the Omicron subvariants BA.4 and BA.5. The new strains appear to be more transmissible and are able to evade antibodies from vaccines and prior infections. Dr. Kelly Victory, Emergency Medicine and Disaster Specialist, joined KUSI’s Logan Byrnes on “Good Evening San Diego” to talk more about the spread of these subvariants and whether or not it’s necessary to get the booster. Categories: Coronavirus, Good Evening San Diego

Gas prices increase and legislators aren’t doing anything! What can we do to stop this!?

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Attorneys Michael and Susan Curran led a constitutionally protected peaceful protest that kept over 1500 restaurants bars breweries and gyms safely open for business from Dec 2020, until the Governor lifted the shut down and color tiered orders in June 2021. Attorney Michael Curran joined KUSI’s Logan Byrnes on “Good Evening San Diego” to talk about what Californians/San Diegans can do legally to demand Governor Newsom address high gas prices is . So what can we mistreated CA residents do short of moving to Florida? There’s the standard way to try to get bad government actors attention like writing letters to the Governor, signing petitions and constitutionally protected peaceful protests. But there may be a more effective way to actually get his attention is a series of government tort claims as many as possible by as many Californians as possible each of which serves as a precursor to a potential lawsuit against him for negligence, ongoing violations of his constitutional oath to protect and defend the United States in California Constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic. He can’t control federal…

New Navy Destroyer named after Filipino Medal of Honor Recipient

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) –  A new Navy Destroyer named the USS Telesforo Trinidad after a Filipino sailor who rescued two crew members when the USS San Diego caught fire more than a century ago. The US Navy is honoring the only Filipino to be awarded the medal of honor, by naming a new warship after him. A future Arleigh Burke-Class Guided-Missile Destroyer will be named USS Telesforo Trinidad. The ship’s namesake, fireman second class “Telesforo De La Cruz Trinidad.” Trinidad was awarded the medal of honor for his actions on January 21st, 1915, aboard the USS San Diego. On that day, the Navy says one of the ship’s boilers exploded during testing, setting off a chain reaction. Trinidad rescued one of his shipmates from the area, suffering burns in the process, and then returned to help another. Five sailors died that day and a total of seven were injured in the accident. JoAnn Fields, API Initiative, and Pope Trinidad, Grandson of Telesforo Trinidad, joined KUSI’s Logan Byrnes on “Good Evening San Diego” to talk about the navy announcing the name of new Navy Destroyer.     Categories:…

Cheryl James-Ward, remains on administrative leave amid opinionated board meeting

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A meeting held last night at the San Dieguito Union High School District yielded little results as board-members considered the employment The District’s Superintendent was placed on paid administrative leave after making controversial remarks about the academic performance of Asian students. It takes an affirmative vote of three board members to change Ward’s employment status. Ultimately, the votes were not there, meaning doctor Ward will remain on administrative leave. The board heard from dozens of parents, some calling for her to be fired, others calling on current board trustee Michael Allman to resign, alleging bullying tactics and harmful language in meetings. Categories: Good Evening San Diego, Local San Diego News

Title 42 is here to stay a little while longer

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A Federal Judge in Louisiana has ruled that the Title-42 COVID-19 Asylum Restrictions must continue at the U.S.-Mexico border. Esther Valdes Clayton, Immigration Attorney, joined KUSI’s Logan Byrnes on “Good Evening San Diego” to elaborate on the ruling. During a preliminary injunction hearing US District Judge, Robert Summerhays, ordered that restrictions at our southern border must continue. The ruling now blocks the Biden Administration’s plan for the Title 42 restrictions to expire this Monday, May 23rd. The measure was enacted by the CDC back in March of 2020 and provides for asylum-seeking migrants to be turned away in order3 to prevent the spread of COVID-19. KUSI also talked with Rodney Scott, retired US Border Agent, about Title 42’s extension. Categories: Good Evening San Diego, National & International News