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On D.C. Trip, San Diego Mayor Plans To Tout NAFTA’s Success

On D.C. Trip, San Diego Mayor Plans To Tout NAFTA’s Success

Jan. 23
By Tarryn Mento

Mayor Kevin Faulconer’s trip comes as representatives from the U.S., Mexico and Canada are in Montreal to renegotiate the trade deal, which President Donald Trump has opposed.

USS Portland Arrives Monday In Home Port San Diego

USS Portland Arrives Monday In Home Port San Diego

Jan. 22
By Tom Fudge

The Navy's new ship joins an existing fleet of five transport dock ships in San Diego.

Agency Uncovering Lost Military Remains Updates San Diego...

Agency Uncovering Lost Military Remains Updates San Diego Families

Jan. 18
By Steve Walsh

Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency meeting with families within 300 miles of San Diego to discuss the progress being made to find their lost loved ones.

San Diego Blood Bank Calls For Donations In Honor Of Fath...

San Diego Blood Bank Calls For Donations In Honor Of Father Joe

Jan. 18
By City News Service

The San Diego Blood Bank Thursday solicited donations through the end of the month in honor of Father Joe Carroll, who will undergo surgery Feb. 1 due to complications with diabetes.

Service Members Face New Retirement Options, But Some Fee...

Service Members Face New Retirement Options, But Some Feel Unprepared To Choose

Jan. 18
Libby Denkmann / American Homefront

About 1.7 million troops are eligible to switch from a traditional pension plan to a blended plan that works more like a 401(k). But some lack the financial skills to evaluate their options.

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 I...

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.

Searching For Ashes Within Ashes — Dog Teams Hunt For Hum...

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.

Roundtable: Issa Bows Out, DACA Dealmaking, State Of The ...

Roundtable: Issa Bows Out, DACA Dealmaking, State Of The City

Jan. 12
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

Rep. Darrell Issa announces he will not seek re-election to congress, a busy week for immigration includes negotiations with President Donald Trump to protect so-called "dreamers" and Mayor Kevin Faulconer delivers San Diego's State of the City address.

Churches Say Hepatitis A Outbreak Adds Fuel To Opposition...

Churches Say Hepatitis A Outbreak Adds Fuel To Opposition Against Meals For Homeless

Jan. 12
By Claire Trageser

Local governments and organizations across the county have long been pressuring churches to stop serving meals to people who are homeless, but some church leaders and churchgoers say this service is part of their religion.

New 'Air Boss' Takes Charge Of Naval Aviation At Coronado

New 'Air Boss' Takes Charge Of Naval Aviation At Coronado

Jan. 11
By Steve Walsh

The change of command for naval aviation comes as the Navy faces key challenges including readiness and a looming pilot shortage.

As Fewer Americans Serve In The Military, Veterans And No...

As Fewer Americans Serve In The Military, Veterans And Non-Veterans Socialize Less

Jan. 9
Carson Frame / American Homefront

Fewer than one percent of Americans are in the military, compared with about nine percent during World War II. Researchers say that's helped create a divide between veterans and non-veterans.

Marijuana Use Is A Likely Death Sentence For A Military C...

Marijuana Use Is A Likely Death Sentence For A Military Career, Even In California

Jan. 5
By Steve Walsh

Pot is legal in California and there have been a few cracks in the military's zero tolerance policy. But San Diego's sailors and Marines risk discharge if they are found with marijuana.

Roundtable: Marijuana Sales Begin, Horton Plaza’s Future,...

Roundtable: Marijuana Sales Begin, Horton Plaza’s Future, Stories To Watch In 2018

Jan. 5
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

San Diego is ahead of the pack as recreational marijuana sales begin in California. New questions about the future of Horton Plaza as the struggling mall faces a change in ownership. And, our panel weighs in on the big stories they'll be covering in 2018.

More Than 70 Homeless Children Moving Into San Diego's Th...

More Than 70 Homeless Children Moving Into San Diego's Third Bridge Shelter

Jan. 4
By City News Service, Susan Murphy

The "bridge shelter" opened in the East Village Thursday morning, the last of three large tent shelters for San Diego's homeless.