‘Supergirl’ super fan helps CW6 on the red carpet

A cute little girl who is a huge “Supergirl” fan helps CW6’s Kelli Gillespie on the Comic-Con red carpet! “Supergirl” is soaring into our CW Fall 2016 lineup, and we got a chance to catch up with the cast. Abigail Brady is a super fan, so we enlisted her help interviewing the cast of the show. Hear what she talked about…

History made as Hillary Clinton is nominated for president

Clinton is first woman to be nominated for president from a major political party

History was made in Philadelphia on Tuesday as Hillary Clinton became the first woman nominated for president from a major political party. It happened during the roll call of the states, a roll call that saw Bernie Sanders delegates cast their votes for their candidate. It turned out South Dakota put Clinton over the top for the nomination. But then,…

Jury deliberations in Kyle Kraska case starts Wednesday

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – A house painter was bent on getting revenge on a TV sportscaster over a failed business deal and should be convicted of premeditated attempted murder for ambushing and shooting the victim at least three times, a prosecutor said Tuesday. A defense attorney countered that his client didn’t form the specific intent to kill and was under…

British government will open offices in San Diego

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The United Kingdom might be exiting the European Union, but it’s strengthening economic ties to San Diego and two other U.S. cities, the UK Department for International Trade announced Tuesday. The British government announced that it will open offices in San Diego, Minneapolis and Raleigh to promote U.K. business, economic and political ties. “Our ambitious vision…

Conserve water in ways you never thought of

You know we’re in a drought. You know to turn the faucet off while you’re brushing your teeth, and the numbers show water use has dropped 23 percent, but we’re encouraged to do more. Because most of our days in San Diego are sunny without a chance of rain the drought is likely here to stay, so the county says…

Islamophobia and bullying in local schools to be addressed

SAN DIEGO (CNS) – San Diego Unified School District board members voted unanimously Tuesday in favor of a plan to address Islamophobia and bullying of Muslim students. More than 200 members and supporters of the city’s Muslim community erupted into applause after the vote. Earlier in the meeting, a Muslim leader urged the district to produce a plan. “You guys…

French government shows appreciation to American World War II veterans

The French government showed it’s appreciation to ten American World War II veterans Tuesday, by awarding them France’s highest civilian honor. The special ceremony was held at the Veteran’s Museum and Memorial Center in Balboa Park. The honorees are among the last surviving American heroes who fought valiantly to liberate France and all of Europe from the Nazis during WWII….