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California Bill Aiming To Change Bar-Closing Time To 4 AM Faces Cri...

California Bill Aiming To Change Bar-Closing Time To 4 AM Faces Criticism In San Diego

Aug. 22
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

Substance abuse prevention advocates in San Diego plan to speak out Tuesday against legislation that would allow cities around the state to extend the bar-closing time to 4 a.m., from the current 2 a.m.

Oceanside Investigates Possible Data Breach Of It's Online Bill Pay...

Oceanside Investigates Possible Data Breach Of It's Online Bill Payment System

Aug. 22
By City News Service

A potential data breach of the city of Oceanside's online utility bill payment system was being investigated Tuesday, and the system has been taken down.

Trial For First Known DACA Deportee Gets Green Light In San Diego

Trial For First Known DACA Deportee Gets Green Light In San Diego

Aug. 22
By Associated Press, Jean Guerrero

A federal judge who has been a frequent target of President Donald Trump's scorn on Tuesday urged a quick trial for a Mexican man who had been shielded from being deported from the U.S. and claims he was wrongly expelled.

University of San Diego Ranked In Top Ten Most Environmentally Frie...

University of San Diego Ranked In Top Ten Most Environmentally Friendly Colleges

Aug. 22
By City News Service

The University of San Diego is the 10th most environmentally friendly college in the country, according to rankings published Tuesday by Sierra magazine, a publication of the Sierra Club.

San Diego Seeks Public Input On Selection Of New Police Chief

San Diego Seeks Public Input On Selection Of New Police Chief

Aug. 22
By City News Service, Tarryn Mento

Four community meetings will be held in San Diego to take public input on the selection of a new police chief, the city announced Tuesday, but critics say the process is not as inclusive as it should be.

On Rare Occasions, The Sheriff Has To Sue To Keep Problem Deputies ...

On Rare Occasions, The Sheriff Has To Sue To Keep Problem Deputies Off The Job

Aug. 22
Mario Koran / Voice of San Diego

A San Diego Sheriff’s deputy was fired earlier this year after a series of mistakes, but the county’s Civil Service Commission reinstated him. Sheriff Bill Gore is suing to keep the officer off the force. The case provides a rare look at officer discipline proceedings in a state that keeps such information under lock and key.

Qualcomm Legal Feud With Apple Has First Major Day In Court

Qualcomm Legal Feud With Apple Has First Major Day In Court

Aug. 22
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Lawyers for Qualcomm and Apple faced off in a San Diego courtroom on Friday. It was the first major hearing in a multibillion-dollar antitrust lawsuit accusing Qualcomm of charging royalties for features that aren’t covered by its patents.

California Follows Oregon To 'Sanctuary State' Status

California Follows Oregon To 'Sanctuary State' Status

Aug. 22
Ben Bradford/Capital Public Radio, Conrad Wilson/Oregon Public Broadcasting

Since taking office, President Trump has signed an executive order giving federal immigration agents more power.

California Climate Policies Help, Hurt Inland Empire

California Climate Policies Help, Hurt Inland Empire

Aug. 22
By Erik Anderson

The state's Inland Empire got a huge economic boost from California's climate-friendly programs.

Removal Of Confederate Monument At Mount Hope Cemetery In San Diego...

Removal Of Confederate Monument At Mount Hope Cemetery In San Diego Could Be Tricky

Aug. 21
By City News Service

The monument at the Mount Hope Cemetery that names Gen. Stonewall Jackson is on a plot owned by the group that donated the Davis plaque — the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

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