Ciara Encinas, 10 News San Diego

Ciara Encinas

10 News San Diego

San Diego, CA, United States

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Past articles by Ciara:

Former Chula Vista man suspected in Anne Frank House incident

A former Chula Vista man is in trouble with the law again following accusations of continued antisemitic hate attacks. → Read More

Deputies search for vandals who hit six different locations in Ramona

San Diego County Sheriff's Deputies estimate teenagers caused an estimated $10,000 in damage after vandalizing six different locations in Romona in February. → Read More

Food Bank expects to serve more once CalFresh emergency benefits end

CalFresh emergency benefits are set to expire leaving many without the extra funds they've been accustomed to for the past three years. → Read More

Two men on a mission to clean up San Diego

Steven Phong and Jose Cifuentes are hoping to make a difference by filling bag after bag of trash found along the streets and washes of San Diego. → Read More

Food vendor speaks out after he says he was harassed on the job

It’s a video that’s making its rounds on social media, leaving many people upset at the treatment of Jose Andres Arguelles. → Read More

‘We bring the soul’: Black low riders talk San Diego History

You can trace the heart of the low-riding culture of San Diego's Black community to Skyline Drive in SE San Diego. → Read More

A piece of San Diego made it to Super Bowl LVII

The power of social media spreads far and wide, and for San Diego native Emily Graily, it put her on Rihanna's radar. → Read More

New bill could repeal lowrider cruising in California

After years of fighting to repeal the ban in National City, our local assembly member David Alvarez introduced AB 436. → Read More

Border advocates react to a 'soft-sided' migrant processing facility opening for the first time

Over the past several years we've mainly seen them in Arizona and Texas, but it is the first time the San Diego sector has seen something like this. → Read More

Mother of high schooler who reported sexual assault continues quest for justice

A mother's pain continues as she works to bring justice to her 15-year-old daughter's sexual assault case. → Read More

Lincoln HS students protest amid sexual assault allegations

Students took over Imperial Avenue seeking justice for their classmate who said she was sexually assaulted by another student earlier this month. → Read More

Man accused of carrying out a string of attacks in Downtown San Diego

The violent crime spree started at this parking garage Horton Plaza around 1:50 p.m. and ended about 30 minutes later at a nearby Ralph's just across the street. → Read More

'This is going to be a very safe environment': No disruption to San Diego Tet Festival

It's been a traumatic week for the Asian-American Pacific Islander community, but the recent mass shootings that have rocked our country aren't stopping many AAPI communities from celebrating. → Read More

Love story cut short by murder that investigators are working to solve 31 years later

More than three decades after a local cab driver was murdered on the job, his wife is still hoping for answers. → Read More

Five San Clemente Island species taken off the endangered species list

There is something special is happening at the Navy's island just 79 miles off the shore of San Diego. → Read More

Border officials warn travelers to stop egg smuggling attempts

You’d never think that a carton of eggs would cause a problem at our border crossing, but CBP is asking travelers not to cross eggs into the United States. → Read More

Travelers return home after storm closes Santa Barbara Airport

Packed suitcases and eager travelers filled the Santa Barbara Airport. Some of those travelers had to wait out the storm that closed the airport and surrounding highways for more than a day. → Read More

Drivers stranded after US 101 was shut down due to heavy rainfall

That big storm system is now traveling southeast down to you in San Diego where you're likely seeing most of the rain system that we saw up here in Ventura County last night. → Read More

89-year-old veteran needs a home after sewage flood

A sewage leak forced an 89-year-old veteran out of his home sooner than he expected. His landlord and friend is now raising money to try to get him a new place. → Read More

Local non-profit helps servicemembers transitioning out of the military

A San Diego non-profit is helping thousands of veterans tailor their unique journeys after retirement. → Read More