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SDPD: State Requirements For Racial Profiling Data Still Unknown

SDPD: State Requirements For Racial Profiling Data Still Unknown

Feb. 27
By City News Service

The San Diego City Council on Monday received the results of a study on racial profiling within the San Diego Police Department.

A Video Tour Of What's To Come In The Canyons Of City Heights

A Video Tour Of What's To Come In The Canyons Of City Heights

Feb. 27
By Tarryn Mento

A nonprofit is upgrading several City Heights canyon trails to create a four-and-a-half mile hiking loop.

UC San Diego Scientists Unearth Mysterious Maya Artifact

UC San Diego Scientists Unearth Mysterious Maya Artifact

Feb. 27
By David Wagner

How did a large jade pendant fit for a king end up in the hinterlands of the Maya civilization, and what might it tell us about how they dealt with a changing climate?

San Diego's Downtown Library Keeps Homeless Warm And Dry

San Diego's Downtown Library Keeps Homeless Warm And Dry

Feb. 27
By Susan Murphy

San Diego’s wet winter is great for the drought, but miserable for the hundreds of homeless who have to endure the harsh conditions on the streets.

San Diego Signs Brief Supporting Transgender Student

San Diego Signs Brief Supporting Transgender Student

Feb. 27
By Andrew Bowen

The San Diego City Council has voted to support a lawsuit before the United States Supreme Court filed by a transgender high school student seeking to use his school's male bathrooms. One councilman abstained from the decision, accusing the city attorney of bringing divisive issues before the council.

Issa Repeats Call For Independent Review On Possible Russian Ties T...

Issa Repeats Call For Independent Review On Possible Russian Ties To Trump

Feb. 27
By Gina Diamante, Associated Press

The North County Republican first made the call in an appearance on "Real Time With Bill Maher," suggesting the special prosecutor statute could apply. In a new statement Monday, he said he recommended an independent review, but did not use the term "special prosecutor."

Imperial Beach Mayor Blasts Reaction To Major Sewage Spill

Imperial Beach Mayor Blasts Reaction To Major Sewage Spill

Feb. 27
By Erik Anderson

A massive sewage spill tainted San Diego's ocean and fouled Imperial Beach air and residents are unhappy with the response.

California Dam Spillway Outflow Slowed To Clear Debris

California Dam Spillway Outflow Slowed To Clear Debris

Feb. 27
By Associated Press

California water authorities started slowing the outflow Monday from the Oroville Dam's crippled spillway to allow workers to remove debris blocking a hydroelectric plant from working.

California Court Expands Endangered-Species Removal Powers

California Court Expands Endangered-Species Removal Powers

Feb. 27
By Associated Press

The California Supreme Court on Monday expanded the scope of petitions seeking to remove an animal from the state's endangered species list.

San Diego Homeless Shelters To Open During Storm

San Diego Homeless Shelters To Open During Storm

Feb. 27
By City News Service

Two downtown San Diego inclement weather homeless shelters will open later Monday.

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