Zara Barker, FOX5 San Diego

Zara Barker

FOX5 San Diego

St. Louis, MO, United States

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Past articles by Zara:

San Diegans flock to ‘winter wonderland’ in Julian

More snow fell in the mountain town of Julian Saturday afternoon, creating a snowy playground for many adventurers. → Read More

City dwindles pothole repair log, but expected to rise with current storm

With more rain on the way, the City of San Diego is anticipating more pothole repairs. → Read More

Rose Schindler, holocaust survivor and San Diegan, laid to rest

Family and friends gathered to honor the life of Rose Schindler as she was laid to rest Sunday. → Read More

UCSD model predicts 12% decline in San Diego home prices by the end of 2023

A study from UC San Diego is predicting there will be a 12% drop in the future of the housing market in San Diego. → Read More

Valentine’s Day: Local flower shops await busiest day

Mackenzie Benson, co-owner of Crozier’s Flowers, says their business more than triples on Valentine’s Day. → Read More

Rough surf anticipated in San Diego Monday, Tuesday

Parts of San Diego County will experience rough surf at the beginning of the work week. → Read More

‘If something happens to me, it’s going to be Larry’: Sister recalls last conversation with missing woman

Day two of the preliminary hearing for Larry Millete left off with the missing Chula Vista mother’s sister on the witness stand. → Read More

City of San Diego has backlog of 1,000+ pothole repair requests

The City of San Diego said they had more than 1,000 outstanding pothole repair requests as of Monday. → Read More

Tree falls onto Vista street during rainstorm

A tree toppled onto Melrose Way in Vista early Thursday morning during heavy rain and winds in the area. → Read More

Southwest operations return to normal; suitcases still stranded

Southwest Airlines returned to normal operations at the San Diego International Airport Friday. → Read More

Transit agencies offer free rides, late-night services on NYE

Local agencies are working together to help ensure San Diegans can celebrate New Year’s Eve safely. → Read More

City gives final approval to ban Styrofoam

The San Diego City Council voted to pass a ban on polystyrene foam, which is commonly known as Styrofoam. → Read More

SDPD enforces new sidewalk vendor rules, hot dog carts no longer allowed in Gaslamp Quarter

San Diego police have begun enforcement on new sidewalk vendor regulations in the Gaslamp Quarter. → Read More

‘Christmas on Knob Hill’ lights up North County neighborhood for 34th year

Bill Gilfillen, a retired Navy officer, has also been dubbed the “Griswald” of his neighborhood. → Read More

Pandemic-ignited outdoor dining approved in Solana Beach through end of 2023

Solana Beach approved an outdoor dining extension through the end of 2023. → Read More

Deceased candidate in the lead for Chula Vista city attorney

A deceased candidate is in the lead in Chula Vista’s city attorney’s race. → Read More

Powerball jackpot hits $1B: find out the ‘lucky’ retailer in your neighborhood

The Powerball jackpot is up to $1 billion, which is the second highest in Powerball history. → Read More

Check out this Padres fan’s CAPtivating hat collection

An El Centro resident and super San Diego Padres fan says he has the world’s largest Padres hat collection. → Read More

Gas prices soar overnight in San Diego, when could we see relief?

The average price for a gallon of gas in San Diego is $6.04 while the average in the state is $6.03. → Read More

Local organizations help ease record back-to-school costs

Families are expected to spend a record-breaking amount on back-to-school supplies and clothes this year. → Read More