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Fifth Day Of Demonstrations In El Cajon Begins With Prayer Service

Fifth Day Of Demonstrations In El Cajon Begins With Prayer Service

Oct. 1
By Erik Anderson, Megan Burks, Jean Guerrero, City News Service, Claire Trageser, David Wagner

Hundreds of people gathered Saturday for a prayer service honoring Alfred Olango, who was killed in a police shooting Tuesday. The crowd is expected to march through city streets following the service.

Videos Released By El Cajon Police Show Fatal Shooting Of Alfred Ol...

Videos Released By El Cajon Police Show Fatal Shooting Of Alfred Olango

Sept. 30
By KPBS , City News Service

El Cajon Police Chief Jeff Davis said the decision to release the video was unanimous among city and county leaders, including San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis.

Officials Say San Diego County Has Healthy Water Supply Despite Dro...

Officials Say San Diego County Has Healthy Water Supply Despite Drought

Sept. 30
By City News Service

The Water Authority also announced that regional water savings stayed strong during the summer.

City To Begin Ticketing This Weekend Under New Gaslamp Parking Rules

City To Begin Ticketing This Weekend Under New Gaslamp Parking Rules

Sept. 30
By City News Service

Curbside parking on Fifth Avenue between Broadway and Harbor Drive will now be prohibited between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights.

Downtown Partnership Endorses Chargers' Stadium Plan

Downtown Partnership Endorses Chargers' Stadium Plan

Sept. 30
By City News Service

A board that represents downtown organizations and property owners endorsed Measure C after the Chargers agreed to a "considered set of conditions."

Roundtable: The Life And Death Of Alfred Olango

Roundtable: The Life And Death Of Alfred Olango

Sept. 30
By KPBS News

Alfred Olango was in distress, acting erratically. When the police arrived, he pointed an object at them and was shot and killed. These are the bare bones of a familiar and sad story which begs for clarification and analysis.

Gov. Brown OKs Plan For Earthquake Early Warnings

Gov. Brown OKs Plan For Earthquake Early Warnings

Sept. 30
By Associated Press

Californians will begin getting warnings of impending earthquakes through their cellphones, radios and other devices within the next year or two as the state ramps up a lifesaving early warning system.

Proposition 61, The Drug Pricing Initiative, Explained

Proposition 61, The Drug Pricing Initiative, Explained

Sept. 30
Rebecca Plevin / KPCC

The statewide ballot measure would require some state agencies to pay no more than what the VA does for prescription drugs. It's sparked a hugely expensive fight.

Alpha Project Proposes Plan To House 800 San Diego Homeless

Alpha Project Proposes Plan To House 800 San Diego Homeless

Sept. 29
By Susan Murphy

The soaring homeless street population has reached a crisis level, so Bob McElroy of the Alpha Project is proposing a plan to take as many as 800 people off the streets.

Encinitas Voters To Choose New Mayor

Encinitas Voters To Choose New Mayor

Sept. 29
By Marissa Cabrera, Alison St John

Mayoral candidates Catherine Blakespear and Paul Gaspar join KPBS Midday Edition to discuss their positions on the major issues facing Encinitas from new housing development to transit.

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