Artie Ojeda, NBC 7 San Diego

Artie Ojeda

NBC 7 San Diego

San Diego, CA, United States

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  • NBC 7 San Diego
Past:
  • NBC New York
  • NBC Boston
  • NBC Connecticut
  • NBC Los Angeles

Recent articles by Artie:

Affordable Housing Complex With Unique Building Design Opens in City Heights

The complex consists of separate buildings for seniors and families, brought together by common areas. → Read More

Motorcyclist Held Without Bail After Carlsbad Crash That Killed Bicyclist, 68

Eric Burns is accused of “popping wheelies” after officers tried to pull him over, then fleeing at 80-100 mph. → Read More

‘I Would Like Them to Not Feel They Can Do It Again': Dad of Student Allegedly Raped By SDSU Football Players

“As a father, I would like to see the people that did this to my daughter held accountable,” the man told NBC 7. → Read More

San Diego County Mayors Brainstorm Solutions to Homelessness Crisis

Mayors or deputy mayors from 12 cities in San Diego County gathered for a 90-minute, closed-door symposium at the San Diego Rescue Mission on Monday (SDRM) to discuss a regional approach to the county’s homeless crisis. → Read More

‘Profit From the Poison': La Jolla Man Gets 15 Years in Prison for Fentanyl-Related Death

After a prosecutor said he tried to “profit from the poison,” a La Jolla man was sentenced to 15 years in prison for providing Fentanyl laced pills to a woman who died in September 2020. → Read More

San Diego Scooter Regulations to Go Into Effect As Some Bristle at Some Riders' Behavior

The rules include oversight on how scooters are staged, a ban on parking them anywhere but in city-approved corrals, a crackdown on sidewalk use and efforts to make companies accountable for riders. → Read More

DUI Driver Who Killed Four Pedestrians in Escondido Sentenced

A north county woman has been sentenced for killing four pedestrians in a May 2020 DUI crash in Escondido. → Read More

La Jolla Man Admits to Selling Fentanyl-Laced Pills That Killed Daughter of Doug Manchester

In a deal that spared him a potential life sentence, a La Jolla man has pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter for selling fentanyl-laced pills to a woman who later died. → Read More

‘It's Not Cost Effective': San Diego Restaurant Owners Slow to Apply For New Outdoor Dining Permits

A surprisingly low number of restaurants and cafes that obtained temporary outdoor dining permits to help them survive the pandemic have applied for a new permit under the City of San Diego’s updated “Spaces As Places” requirements. → Read More

‘I Was Going to Be Homeless:' North County Woman Pays Full Year's Worth of Rent to Secure Home

Melina Georghiou, a single mother of three teenagers, paid $42,900 upfront after countless application rejections. → Read More

‘Enforce the Law:' Mission Beach Residents Demand City Ban Street Vendors

Dozens of street vendor popup tents line the Mission Beach boardwalk, and, in some cases, block ocean views → Read More

University Heights Business Owners Fume As City Begins Work on Protected Bike Lanes

The protected bike lanes are part of the city's 2022 resurfacing plan for the area and covers a one-mile stretch of Park Boulevard. → Read More

So You Want to Build an ADU? Here's a Place to Start

Since 2018, more than 2,500 such units have been approved by the city of San Diego. → Read More

Two Candidates Vying for Redrawn California State Assembly District 75

NBC 7 spoke with constituents in Lakeside for their opinions on the two candidates and their platforms → Read More

Two San Diego City Councilmembers Propose Bolstered Conservatorship Program for Homeless

Two San Diego City Council members want to allocate $500,000 in the city’s 2023 budget to fund a new Conservatorship and Treatment Unit (CTU) through the City Attorney’s Office. The unit would target the city’s “most vexing homelessness cases,” including those who chronically tax the 911 system and emergency responders. → Read More

New Rules Could Drastically Impact Use of Motorized Scooters in San Diego

The San Diego City Council is poised to vote on new regulations that will have a major impact on motorized scooters and shared mobility devices. → Read More

Detained Immigrants Now Have Free Legal Help in San Diego County

San Diego County is now the first border region in the United States to provide free legal representation for immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers facing deportation. → Read More

Some San Diego Residents Oppose Affordable Housing Project

Project in El Cerrito would include housing for chronically homeless. → Read More

SD City Council Vote Clears Way for Sale of Tailgate Park to Padres Development Team

The vote approves the sale of the 5.25 acre parking lot to a Padres development team for $35.1 million. → Read More

Teammates Mourn Man Killed Changing Tire on SR-54 Who Played Semi-Pro Football

It’s the second tragedy to strike the team in the past three years. → Read More