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New Menigitis Vaccine Gets Federal Approval

Oct. 30
Matthew Perrone, AP Health Writer
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There's a newly approved vaccine out there that will keep people from getting the deadly form of meningitis that claimed the life of a San Diego State University Student.

California Airman Dies In Germany

Oct. 30
By Beth Ford Roth
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The Department of Defense has yet to release a cause of death for Staff Sgt. Nathan L. Tinsley, a 27-year-old airman from Eureka, California. Tinsley died Oct. 26 in Germany near Ramstein Air Base, where he was stationed.

Marine Wants New Charges In Iraq War Crime Tossed

Oct. 30
Julie Watson / Associated Press
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The defense for Lawrence Hutchins III says the Marine Corps should not be retrying him. Hutchins murder conviction was overturned after he served half of his sentence. The defense will present its case during a two-day hearing that begins Thursday at Camp Pendleton.

Pedestrian Fatality Causes Closure Of Rosecrans Exit Off I-8W

Oct. 30
By City News Service
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A pedestrian was fatally struck by a garbage truck on the offramp early Thursday. The freeway exit will be closed for investigators until further notice.

Battle Over Escondido Golf Course Comes Down To Measure H

Oct. 30
By Jill Replogle
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Many of those opposed to Measure H don’t play golf, but they think a developer's plans to allow more than 400 homes on former fairways will crowd the neighborhood and decrease property values.

One Dead After Military Jet Crashes Near Port Hueneme (Video)

Oct. 29
By Beth Ford Roth
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A Hawker Hunter MK-58 military jet crashed Wednesday in the Ventura County city of Port Hueneme, killing the pilot.

Donna Frye Backs Scott Peters; Carl DeMaio Reveals Jobs Plan

Oct. 29
By Claire Trageser
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At dueling news conferences in San Diego's 52nd Congressional District contest, former Councilwoman Donna Frye backed Rep. Scott Peters, a fellow Democrat, and Peters' challenger, Republican Carl DeMaio unveiled his jobs plan.

Students Protest Lack Of Sexual Assault Prevention At Cal State San Marcos

Oct. 29
By Kenny Goldberg
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About two dozen students marched through the campus of Cal State San Marcos to protest what they say is a lack of preventative measures.

$1M Grant To Boost Balboa Park WiFi, Digital Services

Oct. 29
By City News Service
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The James Irvine Foundation grant will expand the park's WiFi, and aid other projects — just in time for the 2015 centennial celebration.

Groups Get Women Running For Office Ready For Battle

Oct. 29
Katie Orr / Capital Public Radio
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California has a female attorney general and secretary of state and its two United States senators are women. But at lower levels of government, women have not been able to break through the 30 percent representation ceiling.

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