Alani Letang, FOX5 San Diego

Alani Letang

FOX5 San Diego

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Past articles by Alani:

A new count shows fewer homeless in Downtown San Diego

A new downtown San Diego homeless count shows a dip in the number of unhoused people for February. → Read More

Hundreds gather to mark one year of war in Ukraine

Hundreds of people on Friday gathered at Balboa Park to hold a vigil of one year of war in Ukraine. → Read More

SDG&E preps for more power outages during powerful winds

San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E) is dealing with thousands of power outages and restoring power back to customers. → Read More

Recent rains have both positive, harmful impacts on local crops

Recent rains have had an impact on local crops and farmers, both in positive and harmful ways. → Read More

Super Bowl fans planning out where to watch the big game

People in San Diego are planning how and where they want to watch the Super Bowl. → Read More

First Black female chief to lead county probation department brings expertise, diversity

FOX 5 is highlighting a woman who broke boundaries as the first Black female San Diego County probation chief. → Read More

Lowrider clubs, Assemblyman headed to Sac to repeal ban on cruising

A South Bay leader is heading to Sacramento to bring forth legislation that repeals cruising bans. → Read More

Shooting spree suspect pleads not guilty to multiple felonies

The man accused of going on a shooting spree in San Diego pleaded not guilty to multiple felony charges Wednesday. → Read More

San Diego leaders mourn but continue celebrating Lunar New Year after Monterey Park shooting

A mass shooting in Monterey Park that killed 10 people and injured 10 others, is being felt in San Diego. → Read More

Drivers see more potholes as tire shops inundated with repairs

“It’s affecting my pockets. I know California has to thrive, but we have to fix these things,” one driver said. → Read More

Egg prices hurting pocketbooks of San Diegans

A nationwide shortage of eggs is being felt by shoppers in San Diego. → Read More

PedWest San Ysidro Port of Entry resume limited hours

Another entry point to get into San Ysidro and to Tijuana is reopening for walkers. → Read More

Downtown San Diego’s unsheltered population continues to grow, new monthly count finds

The number of unsheltered people living in Downtown San Diego continues to grow. → Read More

Imperial Beach sees flooding, debris flow into neighborhoods during high surf

Imperial Beach spent most of the day cleaning up from Friday morning’s high surf. → Read More

Stranded travelers at SAN sound off amid flight cancelations, delays

“I’ve been here for four days, I’m trying to get to Austin, Texas,” one traveler said. → Read More

CA ban begins on flavored tobacco products, menthol cigarettes

Beginning Wednesday, California retailers must stop selling flavored tobacco products and menthol cigarettes. → Read More

‘San Diego Bay Parade of Lights’ cruise on after last weekend cancellation

Tens of thousands of people lined the San Diego Bay to watch the 52nd “Parade of Lights.” → Read More

Man heartbroken after 2 dogs get stolen while inside car

Two beloved dogs and a car are stolen after someone took them from a parking lot in the El Cerrito neighborhood. → Read More

Man pleads not guilty in Mira Mesa church sexual assault

A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman had his first court appearance on Thursday. → Read More

San Diego airport sees smooth travel Thanksgiving weekend

Thousands of people are making their way back home as this holiday weekend wraps up. → Read More