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    A wind event in Southern California that led to gusts as high as 89 miles per hour had over 17 million living under wildfire warnings this Thanksgiving holiday.   It comes after thousands in Southern California were without power on Thanksgiving for the second year running as the region's largest utility cut off service amid risks of strong winds causing wildfires.  As of Friday night, a few thousand in the region were still without service.     Edison International of Southern California halted power service to 63,835 homes and businesses across Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and Ventura counties. The shutoff began around 10:36 a.m. local time Thursday, Thanksgiving. Edison is shutting down power to avoid having live wires spark blazes and possible wildfires as a wind storm hit the area.  Utilities suggested more than 200,000 accounts could lose service between the Los Angeles and San Diego areas.    One location in Los Angeles County so a gust up to 89 miles per hour early Thursday. However, no wildfires were reported though there was an 18-acre fire in the San Diego-area Thursday.  The winds died...
    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jay Jay Chandler and Charles Manning Jr. scored 21 points apiece as South Alabama held off San Diego 68-67 in the Las Vegas Classic on Thursday. San Diego appeared to have scored the go-ahead basket with a putback at 1.4 seconds on the clock but officials waved it off saying the Toreros touched the ball at the rim. Alex Anderson and Lance Thomas each scored eight points for South Alabama (4-2). Jase Townsend had 25 points for the Toreros (3-3). Joey Calcaterra added 10 points. Josh Parrish had 10 points. ___ For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/hub/college-basketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25 ___ Elements of this story were generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Grant Anticevich scored 17 points and California held off San Diego 75-70 in nonconference play Monday night to pick up its first victory of the season. Anticevich knocked down 5 of 8 shots from the floor, including all three of his 3-point tries, to help the Golden Bears (1-2) pull away from a 32-all tie at halftime. Jordan Shepherd scored 14 with four assists, while Andre Kelly pitched in with 13 points and nine rebounds. Joel Brown added 12 points and five assists. Marcellus Earlington hit a 3-pointer to give San Diego a 43-38 lead with 16:43 left in the game, but Anticevich hit a 3 and two free throws to forge a tie and Makale Foreman buried a 3 to put Cal up 46-43 with 13:24 left to play. The Golden Bears never trailed again. Joey Calcaterra topped the Toreros (2-1) with 18 points, sinking 4 of 6 from distance. Jace Townsend contributed 13 points and five assists. Terrell Brown finished with 11 points, eight rebounds and six blocked shots, while Bryce Monroe scored 10....
    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Emilio Martinez ran for 104 yards, Terrence Smith had a short touchdown run and Isaac Haney had a key interception as San Diego held off Morehead State 10-3 in Pioneer Football League play on Saturday. A 40-yard field goal by Andrew Foster staked Morehead State to a 3-0 lead after one quarter. Brandon Eickert kicked a 23-yard field goal early in the second quarter to pull San Diego (6-4, 6-1) even at halftime. The game’s only touchdown drive came on the Toreros’ second possession of the third quarter. Mason Randall directed an 11-play, 85-yard drive that culminated with Smith’s 1-yard scoring run, giving San Diego a 10-3 lead with 4:20 left in the quarter. Mark Pappas drove Morehead State (5-4, 4-2) to a first down at the Toreros’ 12-yard line with 1:42 remaining in the game, but Haney picked off a Pappas pass on second down to secure the victory. San Diego takes over sole possession of second place in the PFL, trailing only Davidson. Randall completed 19 of 32 passes for 247 yards for...
    A change in San Diego State’s defensive scheme helped the Aztecs slow down Air Force’s run-heavy offense. Matt Araiza kicked two field goals, Kaegun Williams and Chance Bell ran for touchdowns and No. 22 San Diego State withstood Air Force’s comeback bid to win 20-14 on Saturday night. The Aztecs kept Air Force’s top-ranked running attack in check by frequently using a fourth linebacker instead of a defensive back. "Everybody knows what they do," Aztecs linebacker Michael Shawfroft said. "They run the ball really well. They’re a really tough team to play. It was just something that we game-planned really well this week. Our coaches made it simple for us and just let us play our game. It was just see ball, get ball." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM San Diego State (7-0, 3-0 Mountain West) beat Air Force for a ninth straight time. Air Force (6-2, 3-2) had its four-game winning streak snapped. "Instead of having another DB in there, we really felt our linebackers — and that’s a really good group, they’re well-coached — it...
    AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — Matt Araiza kicked two field goals, Kaegun Williams and Chance Bell and ran for touchdowns and No. 22 San Diego State withstood Air Force’s comeback bid to win 20-14 on Saturday night. San Diego State (7-0, 3-0 Mountain West) beat Air Force for a ninth straight time. Air Force (6-2, 3-2) had its four-game winning streak snapped. The Aztecs led 13-0 at half, with Williams’ 1-yard TD run between Araiza’s field goals of 22 and 51 yards following Air Force turnovers. San Diego State added to the lead on its first possession of the second half. Bell broke a 32-yard run before scoring from 3 yards out to make it 20-0. The Falcons got on the board late in the third quarter on Warren Bryan’s 13-yard pass to Dalton King on fourth down. Initially ruled incomplete, the call was overturned on review when it was determined King had possession when he crossed the goal line before the ball came out on the hit by Patrick McMorris. Air Force pulled to within six after Dane...
    Helicopter wreckage and the bodies of five Navy sailors have been recovered six weeks after the aircraft crashed off the coast of San Diego on August 31.  The sailors were conducting routine flight operations from the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln when their MH-60S helicopter crashed. The Navy later confirmed their identities to be Lieutenant Bradley Foster, 29, from Oakhurst, California; Lieutenant Paul Fridley, 28, from Annadale, Virginia; Naval Air Crewman 2nd Class James Buriak, 31, from Salem, Virginia; Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah Burns, 31, from Severna Park, Maryland; and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey Tucker, 21, from St. Louis, Missouri.  The Navy formally announced their deaths last month after a three-day search and rescue mission failed to find the wreckage. The wreckage of the MH-60S Seahawk helicopter was finally recovered on Friday by salvage divers from the multi-purpose service vessel HOS Bayou. The helicopter was found 5300 feet, or roughly one mile, below sea level, around 60 miles southwest of San Diego on October 8. The Navy withheld the discovery from the public until today in order to tell the sailors' families....
    Officials say the amount of oil that leaked from a pipeline off the Orange County coast, fouling stretches of sand and threatening ecologically sensitive areas from Huntington Beach to San Diego County, may be smaller than originally projected. In the first days of the spill, officials warned that possibly 126,000 gallons had flowed out of a pipeline that runs from the Port of Long Beach to an offshore production and processing platform. That number was raised on Monday to potentially 144,000 gallons. However, Capt. Rebecca Ore, commander of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Los Angeles-Long Beach sector, said Thursday that after further assessments officials had determined that a minimum of about 24,696 gallons, or 588 barrels, and a maximum of 131,000 gallons, or 3,134 barrels, of oil was released from the pipeline. The 131,000-gallon estimate is a “maximum worst-case discharge that is a planning scenario based on a volume in a pipeline,” Ore said. Officials were unable to narrow that estimate, leaving another unanswered question as the mystery surrounding how the leak occurred continues to unfold. “We’re nearly a week...
    A 40 year-old mom and her two year-old son who plunged to their deaths from a California baseball stadium in what cops say are suspicious circumstances have been identified.    Raquel Wilkins and her son Denzel Browning-Wilkins were pronounced dead after they fell from the dining concourse at Petco Park - which is said to be the equivalent of six stories - at 4.11pm. Wilkin's Facebook page revealed that she was a regional lead at California Virtue Academy and a former chemistry teacher at Durant High School.  She also announced on her page that she was engaged to son Denzel's father Christopher Browning -  the same day of her and son's tragic death.  The mom and son were with Browning who was reportedly in the stadium for the Padres game when the tragic incident occurred, according to the San-Diego Union Tribune.  Eyewitnesses said they saw Wilkins climb onto a bench, then fall, before picking herself back up and falling over the edge of the railing while holding Denzel.   Rachel Wilkins and her son Denzel, 2, died in what police say are...
    SAN DIEGO -- Five people were missing after a U.S. Navy helicopter crashed Tuesday in the ocean off Southern California during a routine flight from an aircraft carrier, military officials said.A search and rescue operation was launched after the MH-60S helicopter crashed around 4:30 p.m. about 60 nautical miles off San Diego, the Navy's U.S. Pacific Fleet said in an initial statement.Officials later said that one crew member had been rescued and "search efforts continue for five additional crewmembers."The crash happened while the aircraft was "conducting routine flight operations," according to the Navy. It had been aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln."Search and rescue operations are ongoing with multiple Coast Guard and Navy air and surface assets," the tweet said.No other details were immediately available.The MH-60S is a versatile aircraft that typically carries a crew of about four and is used in missions including combat support, humanitarian disaster relief and search and rescue.
    CARSON, Calif. (AP) — Jesse Matthews caught a 2-point conversion pass from Lucas Johnson in triple overtime, and San Diego State blew a 14-point lead in the final minutes of regulation before hanging on for a wild 33-31 victory over Utah on Saturday night. The Aztecs (3-0) celebrated wildly after officials reversed their call of a 2-point conversion catch by Utah’s Connor O’Toole, ruling the ball hit the turf. Greg Bell rushed for 119 yards and two touchdowns and Jordan Byrd returned a kickoff 100 yards for a TD, but the Aztecs nearly gave away their second straight win over a Pac-12 opponent. Back-up quarterback Cameron Rising led the Utes’ improbable comeback, passing for 153 yards and three touchdowns while engineering three strong drives after replacing ineffective Charlie Brewer late in the third quarter. Britain Covey caught a short TD pass from Rising with 4:17 left, but Jadon Redding missed Utah’s extra point. Rising got the ball back with 2:36 left and led a 74-yard drive, hitting Theo Howard with a 4-yard TD pass and finding Solomon Enis for the...
    A look at what’s happening around the majors today: ___ MAX EFFORT Max Scherzer has dominated since being traded to the Dodgers, and tries to extend his streak of success when he pitches at Cincinnati in a matchup with playoff implications. Scherzer is 6-0 with an 0.88 ERA in eight starts for Los Angeles, which got the three-time Cy Young Award winner and star infielder Trea Turner from Washington at the trade deadline in late July. In 51 innings for the Dodgers, Scherzer has allowed just 29 hits and struck out 72. Overall, the 37-year-old Scherzer leads the majors with a 2.17 ERA and is a combined 14-4 for the Dodgers and Nationals. The Dodgers have already clinched a playoff spot and are two games behind the first-place Giants in the NL West. Sonny Gray (7-7, 3.80) starts for the Reds as they aim for a wild-card berth. CHANCE TO CLINCH Milwaukee can secure its fourth consecutive postseason appearance with another win over the Chicago Cubs and losses by Cincinnati and San Diego. That would assure the Brewers at least...
    The U.S. Navy has identified the five servicemembers who were killed in a helicopter crash off the coast of San Diego last Tuesday. The fallen servicemembers are: Pilot Lt. Bradley Foster, 29, of Oakhurst, California: Lt. Bradley A. Foster (Credit: U.S. Navy) Pilot Lt. Paul Fridley, 28, of Annandale, Virginia: Lt. Paul R. Fridley (Credit: U.S. Navy) Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Sarah Burns 31, of Seven Park, Maryland: Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah F. Burns. (Credit: U.S. Navy) Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey Tucker, 21, of St. Louis, Missouri: Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey Tucker. (Credit: U.S. Navy) Naval Air Crewman 2nd Class James Buriak, 31, of Salem, Virginia: Naval Air Crewman 2nd Class James Buriak (Credit: U.S. Navy) The crash occurred when an MH-60S helicopter sank into the Pacific Ocean after it was operating upon the deck of the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln, which was located approximately 70 miles off the coast of San Diego. In addition to the five who perished, six sailors were injured, including one who was aboard the helicopter and five who were aboard the aircraft...
    The Navy has identified five US sailors who died after their helicopters crashed into the Pacific Ocean 60 miles off the coast of San Diego.    The sailors have not been seen since the crash on Tuesday, while they were conducting routine flight operations from the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln. The Navy declared them dead on Saturday after a days-long search and rescue operation.  They were: Lt. Bradley A. Foster, 29, a pilot from Oakhurst, California; Lt. Paul R. Fridley, 28, a pilot from Annandale, Virginia; Naval Air Crewman 2nd Class James P. Buriak, 31, from Salem, Virginia; Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah F. Burns, 31, from Severna Park, Maryland and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey J. Tucker, 21, from St. Louis, Missouri. Their bodies all remain missing.   Lt. Paul R. Fridley, 28, was among the five sailors killed in a Navy helicopter crash off the coast of San Diego Tuesday  Lt. Bradley A. Foster, 29, was among the five sailors killed in a Navy helicopter crash off the coast of San Diego Tuesday  Hospital Corpsman...
    SAN DIEGO -- The U.S. Navy on Sunday identified five sailors who died when a helicopter crashed in the Pacific Ocean off of Southern California.They were Lt. Bradley A. Foster, 29, a pilot from Oakhurst, California; Lt. Paul R. Fridley, 28, a pilot from Annandale, Virginia; Naval Air Crewman (Helicopter) 2nd Class James P. Buriak, 31, from Salem, Virginia; Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah F. Burns, 31, from Severna Park, Maryland and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey J. Tucker, 21, from St. Louis, Missouri.The MH-60S crashed on Aug. 31 about 70 miles (112 kilometers) off San Diego during what the Navy described as routine flight operations. It was operating from the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln.One sailor was rescued after the crash. Five sailors aboard the aircraft carrier were injured but were said to be in stable condition. Air Crewman 2nd Class James P. Buriak, Lt. Bradley A. Foster, Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey J. Tucker, Lt. Paul R. Fridley, and Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah F. Burns. U.S. Navy The Navy declared the sailors dead on...
    THE US Navy has identified the five sailors presumed dead following a helicopter crash off the California coast. A MH-60S helicopter crashed around 60-miles off the coast of San Diego while conducting routine operations Tuesday. 5Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah F Burns has been named by the US Navy as one of those lost at seaCredit: U.S. Navy 5Lt Paul R Fridley has also been namedCredit: U.S. Navy 5A US Navy helicopter crashed into the Pacific Ocean Tuesday afternoon off San Diego 5The aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln seen in the Strait of Hormuz in November 2019Credit: AFP The five sailors, all assigned to the Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 8, were identified as Lt. Bradley A. Foster, 29, a pilot from Oakhurst, California; Lt. Paul R. Fridley, 28, a pilot from Annandale, Virginia; Naval Air Crewman (Helicopter) 2nd Class James P. Buriak, 31, from Salem, Virginia; Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah F. Burns, 31, from Severna Park, Maryland; and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey J. Tucker, 21, from St. Louis, Missouri. Their bodies all remain missing.  One sailor was...
    The U.S. Navy on Sunday identified the five sailors now presumed dead after a more than 72-hour search and rescue mission was called off following their helicopter crash off the coast of San Diego.  The five sailors, all assigned to the Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron (HSC) 8, were identified as Lt. Bradley A. Foster, 29, a pilot from Oakhurst, California; Lt. Paul R. Fridley, 28, a pilot from Annandale, Virginia; Naval Air Crewman (Helicopter) 2nd Class James P. Buriak, 31, from Salem, Virginia; Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Sarah F. Burns, 31, from Severna Park, Maryland; and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Bailey J. Tucker, 21, from St. Louis, Missouri. Their bodies all remain missing.  NAVY HELICOPTER CRASH OFF SAN DIEGO: 5 SAILORS MISSING, 5 MORE INJURED ON USS LINCOLN  On Saturday, the U.S Navy declared all five deceased, shifting from search and rescue efforts to recovery operations after more than 72 hours of coordinated rescue efforts encompassing 34 search and rescue flights, over 170 hours of flight time, with five search helicopters and constant surface vessel search.  next...
    Five US Navy sailors have been declared dead four days after their helicopter crashed into the Pacific Ocean 60 miles off of the coast of San Diego.  The sailors disappeared on Tuesday while conducting routine flight operations from the USS Abraham Lincoln a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier.  Only one crew member who was aboard the downed MH-60S helicopter has been rescued as is now in stable condition. Five other crew members had been injured in the crash, the Navy reports, and were saved.  Two were taken back to California for hospital treatment, with the other three treated on the USS Lincoln.  The US 3rd fleet confirmed the news in a press release on Saturday. 'We are deeply saddened by the loss of five Sailors and those injured following the MH-60S helicopter tragedy off the coast of Southern California,' Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday said.  'We stand alongside their families, loved ones, and shipmates who grieve.'  The sailors were aboard an MH-60S helicopter when they crashed into the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday (file photo) The helicopter crashed into the Pacific...
    WASHINGTON - The U.S. Navy on Saturday declared dead the five missing crew members of a helicopter that crashed off the coast of California this week, as recovery operations continued. "The U.S. Navy has declared the five missing crew members of an MH-60S helicopter crash deceased. U.S. 3rd Fleet has shifted from search and rescue efforts to recovery operations," the Navy said in a statement. The helicopter took off from the USS Abraham Lincoln on Tuesday and crashed into the Pacific Ocean 60 nautical miles off the coast of San Diego during routine flight operations, according to the Navy. One crew member was rescued, the 3rd Fleet said. The identities of the five deceased crew members were being withheld pending notification of their next of kin, and an investigation into the incident was underway, the Navy said.
    THE five missing sailors involved in a helicopter crash into the ocean off the California coast have now been declared dead by the Navy. A MH-60S helicopter crashed around 60-miles off the coast of San Diego while conducting routine operations Tuesday. 3A US Navy helicopter crashed into the Pacific Ocean Tuesday afternoon off San Diego 3The aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln seen in the Strait of Hormuz in November 2019Credit: AFP One sailor was rescued late Tuesday and taken ashore in a stable condition. The Navy switched operations from search and rescue to recovery Saturday after more than 72 hours of coordinated rescue efforts. It said the names of the five sailors declared dead would not be released until 24 hours after their next of kin had been notified. "We are deeply saddened by the loss of five Sailors and those injured following the MH-60S helicopter tragedy off the coast of Southern California," Chief of Naval Operations Adm. Mike Gilday said. "We stand alongside their families, loved ones, and shipmates who grieve." The Navy said the incident is under investigation....
    Five service members were still missing more than a day after a Navy helicopter operating on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier fell into the ocean, officials said Wednesday. The MH-60S helicopter with six people aboard was on what was described as on a routine flight off the San Diego-based USS Abraham Lincoln when the crash occurred around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. Several hours later, around 10 p.m., one service member was recovered and on Wednesday was in stable condition at a San Diego hospital, officials from the Navy’s Third Fleet said in a statement. Five sailors aboard the aircraft were also injured in the crash on the ship’s deck. Two of the sailors were taken to facilities in San Diego, three others were treated aboard the ship. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier was about 60 miles off the San Diego coast at the time of the crash. Rescue operations continued into the late afternoon in Wednesday, Navy officials said. Help also came from the U.S. Coast Guard and other Navy planes. An investigation continues into what caused the MH60S helicopter...
    Five service members were still missing more than a day after a Navy helicopter crashed into the flight deck of an air craft carrier and slid into the chilly ocean water below, officials said Wednesday. The MH-60S helicopter with six people aboard was on what was described as a routine flight off the San Diego-based USS Abraham Lincoln when the crash occurred around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. Several hours later, around 10 p.m., one service member was recovered and on Wednesday was in stable condition at a San Diego hospital, officials from the Navy’s Third Fleet said in a statement. Five sailors aboard the aircraft were also injured in the crash on the ship’s deck. Two of the sailors were taken for treatment in San Diego, three other sailors were treated in medical facilities on the ship. The Nimitz-class aircraft carrier was about 60 miles off the San Diego coast at the time of the crash. Rescue operations continued at least into the late afternoon in Wednesday, Navy officials said. Help also came from the U.S. Coast Guard and other Navy...
    A Navy helicopter crashed off the coast of San Diego and a search and rescue operation remains ongoing. An MH-60S helicopter embarked aboard the USS Abraham Lincoln crashed into the sea roughly sixty nautical miles off the coast on Tuesday afternoon, the Navy said in a statement . REPUBLICANS CONTINUE TO HAMMER BIDEN OVER AFGHANISTAN EVACUATION SHORTCOMINGS One crewmember has been rescued while five others remain unaccounted for as of 1:58 a.m. EST, the Commander Third Fleet Public Affairs office explained. Both Navy air and surface assets as well as Coast Guard assets are participating in the search operation. The military did not share the status of the person who was rescued, nor did they provide details about what led up to the crash. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER The operators had been "conducting routine flight operations" at the time of the accident. This story will be updated with more information as it becomes available. News Navy Military Defense
    SAN DIEGO (CBSLA) – One military member has been rescued and five are unaccounted for after an MH-60S helicopter embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) crashed into the sea while conducting routine flight operations approximately 60 nautical miles off the coast of San Diego. It happened at about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to military officials. Officials confirmed that one crew member has been located, though a condition was not reported. Five crew members are still unaccounted for as of 10:44 p.m. Search and rescue operations are ongoing with multiple Coast Guard and Navy air and surface assets, according to military officials.
    Search and rescue operations are underway after a U.S. Navy helicopter crashed in the ocean off San Diego during a routine flight from an aircraft carrier, military officials said. One crew member has been rescued and five are unaccounted for, Coast Guard Petty Officer Alex Gray told CBS News. The MH-60S chopper crashed around 4:30 p.m. about 60 nautical miles off San Diego, the Navy's U.S. Pacific Fleet tweeted. A U.S. Navy MH-60S Seahawk helicopter performs routine flight operations over the Atlantic Ocean, in this July 4, 2018 file photo. Getty The crash happened while the aircraft was "conducting routine flight operations" off the Nimitz-class USS Abraham Lincoln, according to the Navy. "Search and rescue operations are ongoing with multiple Coast Guard and Navy air and surface assets," the tweet said. The MH-60S is a versatile aircraft that typically carries a crew of four and is used in missions including combat support, humanitarian disaster relief and search and rescue. Trending News Caldor Fire threatens 33,000 homes and businesses near Lake Tahoe Chad Daybell's kids say authorities told them...
     A US Navy helicopter crashed into the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday afternoon off of San Diego launching a desperate search and rescue operation to find those who were on board.   “An MH-60S helicopter embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) crashed into the sea while conducting routine flight operations approximately 60 nautical miles off the coast of San Diego,” according to a tweet by the Navy’s US Pacific Fleet.  2A US Navy helicopter crashed into the Pacific Ocean on Tuesday afternoon off of San Diego launching a search and rescue operationCredit: Getty 2A Coast Guard spokesman said one person has been rescued while five people are missingCredit: Getty It noted that the crash occurred sometime around 4:30pm.  Preliminary information indicates that one person has been rescued while five people are missing, a Coast Guard spokesman said, according to ABC News. Multiple Coast Guard as well as Navy "air and surface assets" are trying to scour the ocean, the military officials confirmed.  The crash happened while the aircraft was conducting routine flight operations," according to the Navy. It had been aboard...
    (CNN)Search and rescue efforts are underway after a US Navy helicopter crashed off the San Diego coast Tuesday, officials said.It is unclear how many people were on board the aircraft. According to the Navy, an MH-60S Seahawk chopper typically operates with a crew of four."An MH-60S helicopter embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) crashed into the sea while conducting routine flight operations approximately 60 nautical miles off the coast of San Diego at 4:30 p.m. PST, Aug. 31," the Navy's 3rd Fleet said in the statement.Multiple Coast Guard and Navy assets are being utilized in current search operations, the Navy said.
    SAN DIEGO -- A U.S. Navy helicopter has crashed into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of San Diego, military officials said Tuesday evening.The MH-60S helicopter, embarked on the USS Abraham Lincoln, was conducting routine flight operations about 60 nautical miles off the coast when it crashed into the water around 4:30 p.m., according to the Navy.Search-and-rescue operations were underway involving multiple resources from the Coast Guard and Navy.It was not immediately known how many people were on board the aircraft.The cause of the crash will be investigated.DEVELOPING: This story will be updated.
    A search-and-rescue operation was underway Tuesday night off the coast of San Diego after the crash of an MH-60S helicopter from the USS Abraham Lincoln, a Nimitz-class aircraft carrier about 60 nautical miles from shore, according to a report. The helicopter was "conducting routine flight operations," and crashed at about 4:30 p.m., Fox 5 San Diego reported. The Navy did not immediately respond to an email from Fox News. FILE: An MH-60S Seahawk helicopter performing routine flight operation, July 4, 2018. Image courtesy Petty Officer 3rd Class Thomas Gooley / USS Harry S Truman. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) ( Image courtesy Petty Officer 3rd Class Thomas Gooley / USS Harry S Truman. Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images) Multiple Coast Guard and "Navy air and surface assets" are assisting in the search, the report said.  GET THE FOX NEWS APP This is a developing story and will be updated Edmund DeMarche is a senior news editor for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @EDeMarche.
    SAN DIEGO (CBSLA) – An MH-60S helicopter embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) crashed into the sea while conducting routine flight operations approximately 60 nautical miles off the coast of San Diego at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, according to military officials. Search and rescue operations are ongoing with multiple Coast Guard and Navy air and surface assets, according to military officials. Reports of any injuries have not yet been released. (This is a developing story. Check back for updates). 
    A look at what’s happening around the majors on Tuesday: ___ NEW PITCH One day after firing pitching coach Larry Rothschild, the slumping San Diego Padres begin a three-game series at home against the NL West rival Los Angeles Dodgers. The 67-year-old Rothschild had been with the Padres for the past two seasons. San Diego has lost nine of 11, falling one game behind Cincinnati for the second NL wild card. Ben Fritz, the team’s bullpen coach, will be the interim pitching coach for the rest of the season. After a solid start to the season, San Diego’s pitching staff has a 4.82 ERA in August. Three of the Padres’ main starting pitchers — Yu Darvish, Chris Paddack and Dinelson Lamet — are on the injured list. So is Drew Pomeranz, one of the club’s top relievers. “With 36 games to go, we’re trying to give a different message,” manager Jayce Tingler said. Julio Urías (13-3, 3.29 ERA) is expected to start for the Dodgers in his return from a bruised calf. SEEING REDS Joey Votto and...
    Pax Jolie-Pitt plays with his Husky puppy, more celebs and their pets in 2021 Wall Street ignores these ‘orphan’ stocks, but they’ve beaten the S&P 500 over 20 years The San Diego Padres nearly hit rock bottom Saturday night. Instead, they rallied for arguably their most dramatic -- and certainly their most important -- win of the 20211 season. © Provided by CBS Sports Phillies righty Aaron Nola retired the first 18 batters he faced Saturday and was still on the mound trying to protect a 3-1 lead in the ninth inning. With his team down to its final out, Padres do-it-all guy Jake Cronenworth crushed a dramatic game-tying, two-run home run to center field on Nola's career-high 117th pitch. Cronenworth is the fourth Padres player with a game-tying multi-run homer in the ninth inning this season, joining Fernando Tatis Jr. (three-run homer vs. Astros on May 29), Eric Hosmer (two-run homer vs. Reds on June 17) and Trent Grisham (three-run homer vs. Rockies on Aug. 16). The Padres walked off with the win in the 10th inning on...
    The Los Angeles Dodgers are the defending champions, and the San Diego Padres have one of the most dynamic rosters in baseball. With that type of competition pushing them, the San Francisco Giants have been unyielding. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The Giants haven't had a winning season since 2016, and they were certainly overshadowed by Dodgers and Padres entering this one, but it's been clear for a while that San Francisco needs to be taken seriously. The Giants have won 15 of their last 20 games. Not only do they have baseball's best record, but they're four games ahead of the Dodgers, the next-best team. How have they done it? The Giants lead the National League in homers despite not having a player with 20. Brandon Crawford, their 34-year-old shortstop, is having a career year with the bat. He has 19 home runs, one of eight players on the team with at least 13. Kevin Gausman (11-5, 2.29 ERA) has pitched like a front-line starter this season, and Anthony DeSclafani (11-5, 3.29) has rebounded after a...
    OAKLAND (AP) — Matt Olson hit a two-run, walk-off double in the 10th inning and the Oakland Athletics rallied past the San Diego Padres 5-4 on Wednesday. The A’s scored twice in the ninth with two outs off closer Mark Melancon to tie it at 3. READ MORE: COVID: Danville Bowling Alley Wont Enforce Indoor Mask Mandate, Could Face Fines After San Diego scored a run in the top of the 10th off Lou Trivino (4-4) to take a 4-3 lead, Olson came to the plate with runners on the corners and no outs. Olson laced the first pitch he saw from Tim Hill (5-6) off the right field wall, scoring Mark Canha and Starling Marte, and sending the Oakland Coliseum into a frenzy. “Honestly, I thought it was a sac fly,” Olson said. “It carried pretty well for Oakland standards, I think. … It kept on going and Marte got off well and made a great read on it.” Oakland posted its AL-leading ninth walk-off win of the season. It’s the team’s 92nd walk-off win since Bob Melvin became...
    Matt Olson hit a two-run, walk-off double in the 10th inning and the Oakland Athletics rallied past the San Diego Padres 5-4 on Wednesday. The A's scored twice in the ninth with two outs off closer Mark Melancon to tie it at 3. After San Diego scored a run in the top of the 10th off Lou Trivino (4-4) to take a 4-3 lead, Olson came to the plate with runners on the corners and no outs. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Olson laced the first pitch he saw from Tim Hill (5-6) off the right field wall, scoring Mark Canha and Starling Marte, and sending the Oakland Coliseum into a frenzy. "Honestly, I thought it was a sac fly," Olson said. "It carried pretty well for Oakland standards, I think. ... It kept on going and Marte got off well and made a great read on it." Oakland posted its AL-leading ninth walk-off win of the season. It's the team's 92nd walk-off win since Bob Melvin became manager in 2011, the most in the majors during...
    Tommy Pham hit a leadoff homer, Austin Nola had four hits and two RBIs, and the San Diego Padres thumped the Oakland Athletics 8-1 on Tuesday night. Manny Machado added two hits and scored twice for San Diego. Blake Snell pitched around traffic for five innings and allowed one run as the Padres won for the second time in three games since star shortstop Fernando Tatís Jr. went out with a shoulder injury. The Padres’ offense didn’t seem to miss the star hitter against the A’s. Every San Diego starter had at least one hit or scored a run. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "Up and down the lineup the guys just didn’t try to do too much," Padres manager Jayce Tingler said. "Stayed in the middle of the field and tried to stay on top of that heater. With Tommy setting the tone in the first and some big two-out hits in the second, that was huge. Really good night offensively." Starling Marte had three hits for Oakland, including his first home run with the A’s....