Shannon Handy, CBS 8 San Diego

Shannon Handy

CBS 8 San Diego

San Diego, CA, United States

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Past articles by Shannon:

Staffing issues result in SDPD increased response times

While top priority calls have remained steady since 2018, last year saw increases in all other police wait times. → Read More

La Mesa neighborhood upset over proposed battery storage facility

"We feel completely blindsided in this neighborhood," said Amy Reichert. → Read More

Palomar Observatory celebrates 75 years | A look inside one of the world's most prestigious facilities

CBS 8 got a behind-the-scenes tour of the scientific marvel. → Read More

Del Mar Union School District board member arrested for prostitute solicitation

Scott Wooden was arrested Feb. 11 in Florida as part of a major sting operation. → Read More

SDG&E customers to see bills decline 68% in February

The utility company says the decrease is the result of natural gas prices going down. → Read More

Hate crimes up 65% in San Diego in 2022

The City Attorney's Office recently convicted a man for committing a hate crime outside the Crest Cafe in Hillcrest. → Read More

What to know if your home or car is damaged from recent storms

Across the state, people are dealing with flooding, downed trees and mudslides. → Read More

Is there anything you can do to prevent a tree from falling?

City of San Diego has received over 90 reports of fallen trees since Saturday. → Read More

Where are all of the eggs?

Ongoing shortage leads to local stores running out of eggs, or charging significantly more compared to a year ago. → Read More

SDG&E gas bills expected to more than double this month

"If it keeps going up, I don't know what I'm gonna do," said SDG&E customer, Tammy Smith. → Read More

Dozens of puppies who survived car crash now at Helen Woodward Animal Center

The puppies were on their way from a shelter in Louisiana when the van they were in flipped over. → Read More

Thousands of migrants arriving at U.S. border daily ahead of Title 42 expiration

"There isn't a lot of infrastructure. They're sleeping in cold freezing weather," said Pedro Rios, director of American Friends Service Committee. → Read More

Police: South American gang targeting high-end San Diego homes back at it again

There have been at least four recent break-ins in Pacific Beach and La Jolla. → Read More

New study finds the pandemic physically aged teens' brains

"It's the first demonstration of physical alterations in the brain as a function of experiencing the pandemic,” said Stanford professor, Ian Gotlib. → Read More

'Donate Life' Rose Parade float to honor fallen San Diego Captain

We're so proud and honored,” said Captain Robin Cervantes's daughter, Nadia Powell. → Read More

Celebrity Chef Guy Fieri visits South Park food truck for 'Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives'

"It was like one of my dreams to be on that show," said Shawarma Guy's owner Bryan Zeto. → Read More

Man accused of breaking onto boat at Marriott Marina, terrorizing 2 teens arraigned

Isaac Cyriaque, 29, faces life in prison if convicted on all charges. → Read More

California baby dies from complications related to RSV

William Myers, whose parents once lived in San Diego, was just six-weeks-old. → Read More

Salvation Army serves 2K people in San Diego this Thanksgiving

“It's fantastic. Otherwise, I wouldn't have anywhere else to go," said Mary Reichert. → Read More

San Diego Housing Commission has millions left this fiscal year to help first time homebuyers

Normally, the money would have been used up by now. → Read More