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San Diego Sheriff’s Deputy Accusers Describe Sexual Misconduct Alle...

San Diego Sheriff’s Deputy Accusers Describe Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Dec. 15
By Amita Sharma

The number of women who have accused San Diego County Sheriff’s Deputy Richard Fischer of sexual misconduct is now at 11. Fischer is on administrative leave while sheriff’s officials investigate.

San Diego Researchers Use Drone To Study Polar Bears And Arctic Ice

San Diego Researchers Use Drone To Study Polar Bears And Arctic Ice

Dec. 15
By Erik Anderson

San Diego researchers and engineers have had a successful test of a special cold weather drone.

Budget Error Means San Ysidro School District Owes State $5.1 Million

Budget Error Means San Ysidro School District Owes State $5.1 Million

Dec. 15
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource

The San Ysidro School District for two years overstated student enrollment and now owes the state an estimated $5.1 million.

New SANDAG Board Chairman On Climate Change: 'It's A Debatable Issue'

New SANDAG Board Chairman On Climate Change: 'It's A Debatable Issue'

Dec. 15
By Andrew Bowen

Del Mar City Councilmember Terry Sinnott has been unanimously elected chairman of the board of SANDAG, the county's chief agency in charge of cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Asked whether he believed climate change was caused by humans, Sinnott would not give a clear answer.

San Diego To Get New Firehawk Helicopter To Fight Future Wildfires

San Diego To Get New Firehawk Helicopter To Fight Future Wildfires

Dec. 15
By City News Service

The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to spend $19.8 million to buy a firefighting helicopter, which will increase the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department's aerial fleet from two to three.

Sorrento Valley Medical Marijuana Business Granted California's Fir...

Sorrento Valley Medical Marijuana Business Granted California's First Temporary Recreational License

Dec. 15
By City News Service

A Sorrento Valley medical marijuana business was granted California's first temporary recreational license and can begin selling recreational-use cannabis Jan. 1, officials said.

Labor Leader Mickey Kasparian Accused Of Sexual Assault In New Suit

Labor Leader Mickey Kasparian Accused Of Sexual Assault In New Suit

Dec. 15
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

New sexual misconduct allegations have surfaced against San Diego labor leader Mickey Kasparian, who is now accused of sexual assault.

La Jolla's Children's Pool Closes For 'Pupping Season'

La Jolla's Children's Pool Closes For 'Pupping Season'

Dec. 15
By City News Service

The annual closure of the Children's Pool beach in La Jolla to give harbor seals space to give birth and wean their young is scheduled to begin Friday.

San Diego Firefighter Killed Battling Ventura Blaze

San Diego Firefighter Killed Battling Ventura Blaze

Dec. 15
By City News Service

A 32-year-old Cal Fire engineer from northern San Diego County was killed Thursday while fighting the massive Thomas Fire in Ventura County.

San Diego Again Offering Money To Help Make Your Lawn Drought Resis...

San Diego Again Offering Money To Help Make Your Lawn Drought Resistant

Dec. 15
By Claire Trageser

Friday is the deadline for San Diego residents and business owners to apply for a rebate from the city for removing grass and replacing it with drought-tolerant landscaping.

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