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San Diego's First Pediatric Heart Transplant Performed At Rady Children's Hospital

Jan. 22
By Kenny Goldberg
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Eric Montaño, 11, is the recipient of the first pediatric heart transplant ever performed in San Diego. But his twin brother is still waiting for a donor.

Sarah Boot Announces Run For California Assembly's 78th District

Jan. 22
By Claire Trageser
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Democrat Sarah Boot, a former prosecutor who unsuccessfully ran for San Diego City Council in 2014, announced Thursday she's running for the seat currently held by Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins.

SDSU Gets $200K To Prevent, Respond To Sexual Assault

Jan. 22
By City News Service
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SDSU will use the $200,000 grant to fund a full-time sexual assault victims advocate on campus and to allow SDSU to dedicate a part-time police officer to sexual assault prevention, training and investigation.

Lawsuit: Sergeant Punished For Racist Cartoon Complaint

Jan. 22
By Associated Press
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A San Diego police sergeant has filed a racial-discrimination lawsuit against the city claiming he was punished for complaining about a racist cartoon that was used in a training class.

9 More International Cottages Planned For Balboa Park

Jan. 22
By City News Service
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The city of San Diego's Planning Commission gave initial approval Thursday to a proposal to build international cottages for nine additional countries in Balboa Park.

Bachelor's Degrees Coming To MiraCosta, Mesa Colleges

Jan. 22
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The two San Diego County community colleges were among 15 chosen in California to offer bachelor's degrees under a pilot program.

San Diego Shelter Seeks Owner Of Two Pit Bulls Found On Sailboat

Jan. 22
By City News Service
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Lifeguards boarded a 24-foot catamaran and found the pair of pit bulls after spotting the vessel Wednesday morning.

Scandal Over Gitmo Head's Firing Includes Rumors Of Adultery, Suspicious Death

Jan. 22
By Beth Ford Roth
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U.S. Navy Captain John Nettleton lost his job as commanding officer of Guantanamo Bay after NCIS discovered he was allegedly having an adulterous affair with a woman named Lara Tur. Tur's husband, Marine veteran Christopher Tur, was found dead in the waters off Gitmo on Jan. 11.

Gusty Winds In San Diego County Mountains, Valleys To Ease Up In Afternoon

Jan. 22
By City News Service
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A National Weather Service wind advisory for the mountains and valleys is set to remain in effect until 2 p.m. Another bout of strong winds is forecast for this weekend.

San Diego Councilman Scott Sherman: Council Should Stick To ‘Nuts And Bolts’

Jan. 22
By Claire Trageser
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San Diego has a new City Council this year with five Democrats and four Republicans, erasing the supermajority Democrats held for much of 2014. Republican Scott Sherman said he hopes this means the council will move away from agenda-driven politics and get back to government basics.