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SAN DIEGO — Video shows a driver slam into another car on the freeway as officers chase him at high speeds, causing a fiery crash that led to the man surrendering. Watch the collision and the moment the driver finally gave up.
San Diego heat wave: There’s at least one more hot day in the San Diego forecast, but there’s a big shift on the way. Take a look at the week ahead and when to expect cooler weather.
Plus: San Diego gas prices are their highest since 2012 — we take a look at why. We’ll also show you the event that netted the sheriff’s department nearly 300 guns, an update on the first place San Diego State Aztecs football team and more top stories.
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CHULA VISTA, Calif. — Two South Bay teachers are still in shock after a man busted into their former student’s funeral Thursday following a pursuit that ended in an arrest at the altar inside the Church of the Most Precious Blood in Chula Vista.
“It felt truly unbelievable,” teacher Ashley Boyle said. “Not only that that could be happening because it seemed so odd, but to this family in this circumstance, it was unbelievable.”
SAN DIEGO (CNS) – San Diego Sunday tied a 1949 record for highest maximum temperature at 87 degrees while Ramona broke a 2007 record of 90 with a high temperature of 92, the National Weather Service said.
Meanwhile, weak Santa Ana winds were expected to continue Sunday, but heat and low humidity may still bring elevated fire weather conditions below passes and along the coastal slopes, where easterly winds of 15-25 mph and some gusts of 35 mph were expected to continue.
(NewsNation Now) — A 9-year-old boy has died of the injuries he suffered at Astroworld more than a week after the event, according to the mayor of Houston.
Ezra Blount attended the concert with his father. The family says he was trampled after his dad passed out.


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