Natalie Chuck, 10 News San Diego

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10 News San Diego

Pueblo, CO, United States

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Past articles by Natalie:

Sinkhole in Encinitas grows after rainfall, City repairs will last through April

Neighbors gathered around the construction site on Sunday morning to see how large the sinkhole on Lake Drive has become after recent rain. → Read More

Customers react to potential SDG&E rate increase ahead of public hearing

Monday marks the first of four public hearings for SDG&E customers to weigh in on a proposed rate increase beginning in 2024. SDG&E says it is part of a new budget proposal to the CPUC. → Read More

Family looks for answers after alleged Pacific Highway hit-and-run puts man in ICU

A family says a man was walking in the crosswalk between West Hawthorn Street and Pacific Highway just before 6 a.m. Wednesday when a car turned right, hit him, and left the scene. → Read More

Nonprofit aiming to keep teens safe behind the wheel makes pit stop in San Marcos

The B.R.A.K.E.S Teen Pro-Active Driver Training allows teens drivers to practice dangerous scenarios, teaching them how to handle emergencies. → Read More

Inspector sees uptick in mold concerns across San Diego following recent rain

Joshua Leviton says his mold inspecting business is getting more requests than it ever has, as calls for service triple. → Read More

Scripps Mercy Hospital sued after woman dies, family believes peanut butter was the cause

Jane Lee, 27, was autistic and nonverbal. The lawsuit alleges Jane was given a peanut butter sandwich, despite her peanut allergy being documented. She died in October 2021. → Read More

Parishioners 'shocked' at possible bankruptcy for Catholic Diocese of San Diego

On Friday, the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego revealed it is considering filing for bankruptcy for the second time in light of new lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of minors in the past. → Read More

San Diego Syrian community joins together to support earthquake victims

Dozens gathered at the Embarcadero Saturday afternoon, urging Americans to donate to the victims in need after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit Syria and Turkey. → Read More

San Diego family donates to sober living home after brother overdoses on fentanyl

Logan Ryan, 21, struggled with substance abuse, but found help at the First Step House of North County. → Read More

San Carlos man frustrated with city as sinkhole grows for more than a year

Marc Glazer says he noticed a sinkhole near his property line in June of 2021. Despite repeated requests, he says the City of San Diego has not made progress towards fixing the problem. → Read More

Bonita High School teacher makes teddy bears out of old clothes for grieving families

After her high school friend died unexpectedly in August, Randi Wittak made dozens of bears from her friend's clothing. → Read More

San Diego's AAPI community holds town hall after Monterey Park mass shooting

On Sunday, a handful of Asian American and Pacific Islanders gathered in City Heights to address mental health. They discussed the increase in violence towards their community since the pandemic. → Read More

Loved ones raise awareness after 22-year-old in San Diego reportedly overdoses

The community in North County has rallied together after Kyle Bleakley died from an accidental drug overdose. → Read More

Martin Luther King Jr. Parade returns to San Diego for 1st time since 2019

Hundreds gathered at the Embarcadero on Sunday, marching in the parade to honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. → Read More

Former partner remembers Riverside deputy killed in line of duty

On Friday, Deputy Darnell Calhoun was shot and killed near Lake Elsinore. He spent two years with the San Diego Police Department before transferring. → Read More

San Diego woman scammed out of $500 after trying to rescue puppy

Judi Curry wanted to rescue a golden retriever after her dog unexpectedly died. What she says appeared to be a reputable Facebook page, turned out to be a scam. → Read More

San Diego nonprofit pushes for homeless shelters in Balboa Park

The Lucky Duck Foundation announced the idea to turn a parking lot in Balboa Park into a safe space for the homeless on Wednesday as part of the nonprofit's goals in 2023. → Read More

City of San Diego to deliver compost bins after new law takes effect

Starting Wednesday, some neighborhoods in San Diego will see green compost bins popping up as the city phases in organic waste recycling. → Read More

San Diegans protesting Iran honor 176 killed in 2020 Ukrainian International Airlines flight

Sunday marks three years since a flight from Iran to Ukraine was shot down by Iranian anti-aircraft missiles. Now, public executions continue in Iran amid protests for human rights. → Read More

South Bay ice cream truck owner 'devastated' after rain ruins inventory

Meg Palmer has sold ice cream in Imperial Beach for about 22 years. A storm earlier in the week wrecked the cord to her freezer, causing a sticky situation. → Read More