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Navy Filing Homicide Charges Against 2 Ship Commanders

Navy Filing Homicide Charges Against 2 Ship Commanders

Jan. 16
By Associated Press

The disciplinary actions are the latest in a series of moves the Navy has made in the aftermath of the deadly collisions, which investigators concluded were avoidable.

Camp Pendleton Stabbing Leaves One Marine Dead, Another In Custody

Camp Pendleton Stabbing Leaves One Marine Dead, Another In Custody

Jan. 16
By City News Service

The stabbing was reported shortly before 8 a.m. on Tuesday at a School of Infantry West facility at the northern San Diego County military station.

County's Newest Skate Park Opens In Linda Vista

County's Newest Skate Park Opens In Linda Vista

Jan. 16
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

A 34,000-square-foot skate park opened Tuesday in Linda Vista that was nearly 5 years in the making.

Searching For Ashes Within Ashes — Dog Teams Hunt For Human Cremain...

Searching For Ashes Within Ashes — Dog Teams Hunt For Human Cremains In Wildfire Wreckage

Jan. 16
April Dembosky / Cal Report

Archeologists work with forensic search dogs at the Institute for Canine Forensics to find human cremains in wildfire wreckage.

How A Group Of Janitors Started A Movement To Stop Sexual Abuse

How A Group Of Janitors Started A Movement To Stop Sexual Abuse

Jan. 16
Bernice Yeung/ Reveal

In the #MeToo era, KQED is revisiting its groundbreaking “Rape on the Night Shift” series from 2015.

Councilman Ward Backs Mayor's Response To San Diego's Homelessness ...

Councilman Ward Backs Mayor's Response To San Diego's Homelessness Crisis

Jan. 16
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

In downtown San Diego, the city's struggle to help its neediest residents is most apparent. Nearly 1,300 people sleep on the street, according to the latest census from the Regional Task Force on the Homeless.

Citizens Initiative Organizers To Offer In-Depth Look At Convention...

Citizens Initiative Organizers To Offer In-Depth Look At Convention Center Expansion Plan

Jan. 16
By City News Service

Organizers of an initiative that would raise revenue to expand the downtown convention center and pay for roads and homelessness services will offer a more "in-depth" look at their ballot proposal Tuesday.

SDSU West Backers To Submit 100K Petition Signatures To Qualify For...

SDSU West Backers To Submit 100K Petition Signatures To Qualify For 2018 Ballot

Jan. 16
By City News Service

Backers of a ballot initiative that would pave the way for San Diego State University to acquire the SDCCU Stadium property for campus expansion plan to submit their petitions to election officials Tuesday.

A Look At The Incredible Shrinking Salton Sea

A Look At The Incredible Shrinking Salton Sea

Jan. 16
By Erik Anderson

California’s largest lake, the Imperial Valley’s Salton Sea, is poised to begin shrinking at unprecedented speed this year. Look at these photos that show you how the lake is changing.

CSU Faculty: State Budget Means Too Many Students Are Turned Away

CSU Faculty: State Budget Means Too Many Students Are Turned Away

Jan. 15
By Megan Burks

In 2017, San Diego State University had to turn away about 90 percent of its undergraduate applicants.

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