Tim Blodgett, CBS 8 San Diego

Tim Blodgett

CBS 8 San Diego

Vista, CA, United States

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Past articles by Tim:

Brazen gas thieves damage car in Mission Bay

A drill was used to puncture a Mission Bay woman's gas tank to siphon fuel. → Read More

Ramona photographer captures mountain lion shots from backyard

Roy Toft, a Ramona based wildlife photographer has been placing trail cameras around his property for years. → Read More

Paradise at a Price | How much would it cost to watch every Padres game on TV?

The price of cable and streaming services has skyrocketed over the years and that price is weighing heavy on baseball fans. → Read More

San Diego City Council propose homeless conservatorship task force

Reps, Dr. Jen Campbell and Marni Von Wilpert announced the prospective budget plan for financial year 2023. → Read More

The unforeseen consequences of a higher border wall

UC San Diego Health reports an increase of falling injuries at the border. → Read More

Del Sur Kennel Club dog show donates to Ukraine relief

The Kennel Club is encouraging animal lovers to donate to Ukraine relief. → Read More

Mission Fed ArtWalk returns to Little Italy this weekend

Over 250 artists will be able to showcase their work. → Read More

Tijuana International Beer Festival kicks off June 11

The two day festival will include beers from both sides of the border. → Read More

Creek to Bay Clean-Up 20th anniversary

Around 5,000 volunteers cleaned trash and garbage in sites all over the county. → Read More

In-person Easter Sunday service returns to Mt. Helix tomorrow

Easter Service has been held at the top of Mt. Helix since 1917. → Read More

'Lions, Tigers and Bears' employee has house condemned after accident

Tina and her family are living in a transitional living center while they sort out what their next move is. → Read More

Scrubbed offline forever? An internet security company wants to know

Nord VPN surveyed a thousand people and more than half wished to be completely erased from the internet. → Read More

Senior homelessness could be on the rise in San Diego

There are many older men and women 55-years-old and above who are experiencing homelessness on San Diego’s streets. → Read More

'There's a bunch of tick-borne diseases'

If you love to hike and take your dog on every trail you go on, you probably already know how easy it is for these bloodsuckers to latch onto your pup. → Read More

Ironman 70.3 Oceanside kicks off triathlon season

The epic race brought out top competition from some of the best athletes in the world. → Read More

Professional sign-spinner gears up for competition in Las Vegas

Davis Davis has been spinning for seven years and has finished in the top ten three years in a row. → Read More

Port of San Diego to expand Pepper Park

Though the park is only one of a handful in National City, it's directly controlled by the Port. → Read More

Pacific Football fish latest tenant in Birch Aquarium

Nestled appropriately in their 'oddities' exhibit, the football fish will be on display March 25 through April 24. → Read More

'The automotive industry is stubborn' | Aptera Motors, super-efficient vehicle soon to be on the road

Aptera Motors, a Carlsbad company, hopes to get keys in the hands of their first drivers by the end of the year. → Read More

Viejas Arena gearing up for March Madness

SDSU will host four games Friday and two on Saturday. → Read More