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Program Offering Homeless Overnight Parking To Expand

Program Offering Homeless Overnight Parking To Expand

Oct. 16
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

A program in Clairemont that provides a safe parking area for homeless people living out of their vehicles and offers them assistance to transition to permanent housing will be expanded, city officials and community leaders announced Monday.

Camp Pendleton Deals With Fallout From Summertime Hazing Scandal

Camp Pendleton Deals With Fallout From Summertime Hazing Scandal

Oct. 11
By Steve Walsh

The First Marine Division takes action against a number of low-ranking Marines, while their attorneys question the process.

San Diego Launches Campground For The Homeless

San Diego Launches Campground For The Homeless

Oct. 9
By City News Service, Susan Murphy

The city of San Diego Monday opened a camping area for the homeless, with 24-hour security, bathrooms and storage.

Golden Hill Homeless Campground Expected To Open Monday

Golden Hill Homeless Campground Expected To Open Monday

Oct. 9
By City News Service

The city of San Diego will provide a camping area for the homeless, with 24-hour security, bathrooms and storage, beginning Monday, according to the mayor's office.

USS Theodore Roosevelt Deploys From San Diego, USS Bunker Hill Depa...

USS Theodore Roosevelt Deploys From San Diego, USS Bunker Hill Departure Delayed

Oct. 6
By City News Service

The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and cruiser USS Bunker Hill are scheduled to leave San Diego on Friday for deployment to the western Pacific Ocean and Persian Gulf.

Trump, During Photo Shoot, Talks Of ‘Calm Before The Storm’

Trump, During Photo Shoot, Talks Of ‘Calm Before The Storm’

Oct. 6
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump delivered a foreboding message Thursday night, telling reporters as he posed for photos with his senior military leaders that this might be “the calm before the storm.”

50 Years After Vietnam, POW/MIA Movement Counts Its Successes — One...

50 Years After Vietnam, POW/MIA Movement Counts Its Successes — One At A Time

Oct. 6
Jay Price / American Homefront

In the Vietnam War era, Americans became more interested in recovering missing troops -- largely because of the activism of some military families.

Navy Vessel Oil Leak Off San Diego Coast Might Reach Imperial Beach

Navy Vessel Oil Leak Off San Diego Coast Might Reach Imperial Beach

Oct. 5
By City News Service

A 700-gallon oil spill caused by a mechanical failure aboard a Navy vessel may not reach land Thursday after all.

Two Navy Ships To Leave San Diego For Deployments In The Pacific, P...

Two Navy Ships To Leave San Diego For Deployments In The Pacific, Persian Gulf

Oct. 3
By City News Service

The aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt and cruiser USS Bunker Hill are scheduled to leave San Diego Friday for deployment to the western Pacific Ocean and Persian Gulf, the Navy announced Tuesday.

Aboard A Rescue Flight: Air Force Evacuations Continue From Virgin ...

Aboard A Rescue Flight: Air Force Evacuations Continue From Virgin Islands

Oct. 3
Julio Ochoa / WUSF PUBLIC MEDIA

More than a week after Hurricane Maria, the Air Force continues daily medical evacuation flights from St. Croix. Patients are heading to South Carolina, Georgia, and elsewhere.

San Diego City Council Declares Emergency Over Lack Of Homeless She...

San Diego City Council Declares Emergency Over Lack Of Homeless Shelter Space

Oct. 2
By City News Service

An emergency declaration over a lack of shelter space, which has exacerbated a deadly outbreak of hepatitis A among San Diego's homeless population, was approved Monday by the City Council.

Modern EMS Practices Have Their Roots in Vietnam Medical Rescues

Modern EMS Practices Have Their Roots in Vietnam Medical Rescues

Oct. 2
Carson Frame / American Home Front

The well-equipped medevac helicopters that transported injured troops in Vietnam became the model for today's air ambulance services in the U.S.

Fire That Injured Troops At Camp Pendleton Still Under Review

Fire That Injured Troops At Camp Pendleton Still Under Review

Sept. 29
By Steve Walsh

Nearly two weeks after the accident, the Marines are saying little about what caused the accident that sent 14 Marines and a sailor to the hospital.

Camp Pendleton Agrees To Clean Water Systems After EPA Finds Dead R...

Camp Pendleton Agrees To Clean Water Systems After EPA Finds Dead Rats, Frogs

Sept. 29
By City News Service

Officials at Camp Pendleton have agreed with the Environmental Protection Agency to clean up two public water systems after EPA investigators this summer found several deficiencies, including rat and frog carcasses in three reservoirs on the base.

Pacific Fleet Admiral To Retire After Word Of No Promotion

Pacific Fleet Admiral To Retire After Word Of No Promotion

Sept. 26
By Associated Press

The Navy's top commander in the Pacific said he's retiring after being passed over for potential promotion to lead all U.S. forces in the region.

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