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La Mesa Police Officer Shown Body Slamming Teenage Girl I...

La Mesa Police Officer Shown Body Slamming Teenage Girl In Facebook Video

Jan. 22
By City News Service

A La Mesa police officer was shown roughly slamming a teenage girl to the ground in a video posted to Facebook this weekend, and community members in the city are planning a protest Monday morning outside Helix High School.

San Diego To Boost Housing Vouchers, But Declines More Ge...

San Diego To Boost Housing Vouchers, But Declines More Generous Approach

Jan. 22
By Claire Trageser

At the beginning of 2018, some low-income San Diegans started getting more federal assistance for rent to live in more expensive neighborhoods. But while a recent court ruling could have given them even more, that additional money is likely not coming their way.

Full Dental Benefits Restored For Adults On Medi-Cal

Full Dental Benefits Restored For Adults On Medi-Cal

Jan. 22
By Kenny Goldberg

State lawmakers have fully restored Denti-Cal benefits as of Jan. 1. They were cut in 2009 during the depths of the recession, and only partially restored in 2014.

Thousands Rally Downtown For Second Annual Women's March

Thousands Rally Downtown For Second Annual Women's March

Jan. 19
By KPBS News

Thousands of people marched through downtown San Diego and San Marcos in the second annual Women's March Saturday.

Rally In City Heights Supports Young Immigrants Rights

Rally In City Heights Supports Young Immigrants Rights

Jan. 19
By Matt Hoffman

The rally held Friday outside the City Heights Performance Annex featured personal stories from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program recipients.

Extra Trolleys, Buses Tapped For Saturday's Women's March...

Extra Trolleys, Buses Tapped For Saturday's Women's March; Coaster Not Running

Jan. 19
By Alison St John

With thousands of people expected to attend the two women's marches in San Diego this weekend, the first challenge is likely to be how to get there on time. It may be a good time to use public transit.

Army Corps Of Engineers General Views Mudslide Operations

Army Corps Of Engineers General Views Mudslide Operations

Jan. 19
By Associated Press

The top general of the Army Corps of Engineers has inspected recovery operations at the scene of the devastating flash floods that hit the Southern California community of Montecito last week.

California DA Says Couple's Abuse Of 12 Kids Became Torture

California DA Says Couple's Abuse Of 12 Kids Became Torture

Jan. 19
By Associated Press

They were starved and shackled to their beds, sometimes for months. They were beaten and choked. They were given scant medical care, often denied use of a toilet and allowed to shower but once a year. They lived mostly at night, out of sight of neighbors, and knew virtually nothing of the outside world.

Even Without El Nino Last Year, Earth Keeps On Warming

Even Without El Nino Last Year, Earth Keeps On Warming

Jan. 19
By Associated Press

Earth last year wasn't quite as hot as 2016's record-shattering mark, but it ranked second or third, depending on who was counting.

Unemployment In San Diego County Remains At 3.3 Percent

Unemployment In San Diego County Remains At 3.3 Percent

Jan. 19
By City News Service

The San Diego County unemployment rate remained steady at 3.3 percent between November and December despite a loss of 3,500 jobs.

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