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Two police officers shot in the area of Acacia and 37th Street

Reports are coming in that two officers have been shot in Acacia Grove.

Reports are coming in that two police officers have been shot in the area of Acacia Grove Way and 37th Street.

About 11 pm on Thursday night, two suspects were reported to have engaged in a shootout with police officers.

The shooter is still on the loose and both officers have been taken to the hospital.

It is still unclear if there is more than one suspect. 

Safety tips for playing 'Pokemon Go' from San Diego Police

San Diego Police say common sense is the best way to enjoy Pokemon Go.

The new cellphone craze “Pokemon Go” has become a mobile phenomenon, and people are discovering that it can do a lot more than just capture animated creatures. It has also become a tool for people to inadvertently discover a possible crime scene. 

Rally to support San Diego Police to be held in Balboa Park today

San Diego Police Department kept over 100,000 Pride-goers safe over the weekend.

The recent attacks on police officers, first in Dallas and now in Baton Rouge, have caused concern over the safety of our law enforcement officials.

There will be a rally in Balboa Park at noon today. The community is encouraged to come out and support the men and women of law enforcement not only for San Diego, but across the country.

Mayor Faulconer and Police Chief stand firm in keeping community safe

Mayor Faulconer, police officials and community members hold city safety meeting on Monday.

On Monday morning San Diego’s most powerful lawmakers, police officials and business owners gathered at Mayor Faulconer’s office to discuss details of how San Diego will handle security for their nightclubs and businesses in the wake of the Pulse nightclub massacre in Florida.

North Park: Put us in one police division

A common complaint among North Park residents is that the neighborhood is split between two police divisions, and some folks during a time of need are confused about which station to call.

University Heights Community Association to host "Cookies with the Cops"

The University Heights Community Association is sponsoring the event, which will give residents the opportunity to meet representatives from the San Diego Police Department and ask questions and voice concerns, while mingling with neighbors and enjoying cookies.