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San Diego Emergency Shelters Not Open Despite City's Announcement

San Diego Emergency Shelters Not Open Despite City's Announcement

Dec. 23
By Claire Trageser, Steve Walsh

As temperatures are set to drop below 50 Friday night, the city of San Diego says it has opened emergency homeless shelters. But that's not true — the city's own website says shelters won't open until Saturday.

San Diego Opens Emergency Homeless Shelters On Saturday

San Diego Opens Emergency Homeless Shelters On Saturday

Dec. 22
By City News Service

Inclement weather homeless shelters will open Saturday through Monday in downtown San Diego, according to city officials.

Veterans See San Diego As Prime Location To Become Entrepreneurs

Veterans See San Diego As Prime Location To Become Entrepreneurs

Dec. 22
By Steve Walsh

Research shows veterans are more likely to form businesses than other people, which makes San Diego a prime location for veteran entrepreneurs.

San Diego Mayor Asking Landlords To Participate In Program To House...

San Diego Mayor Asking Landlords To Participate In Program To House Homeless Veterans

Dec. 21
By City News Service

The program aims at securing housing for 1,000 homeless veterans by March 2017.

Navy Contractors Face Potential Prison Time For Alleged Bomb Threat...

Navy Contractors Face Potential Prison Time For Alleged Bomb Threat Hoax

Dec. 16
By City News Service

Two men who have worked as Navy contractors face potential prison time and fines for allegedly making bogus bomb threats that resulted in mass evacuations of naval ships moored on San Diego Bay in recent months.

Roundtable: Taking A Stand On Immigration, Mattis As Defense Secret...

Roundtable: Taking A Stand On Immigration, Mattis As Defense Secretary, Effects Of Legal Pot

Dec. 9
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer, Neiko Will

Democrats at the state capitol launch an offensive on the proposed immigration policies of President-elect Donald Trump. Will retired Gen. James Mattis be a good fit for Secretary of Defense? And the recent legalization of recreational marijuana in the state is already having effect on criminal justice in San Diego.

San Diego Commemorates Pearl Harbor Aboard USS Midway Museum

San Diego Commemorates Pearl Harbor Aboard USS Midway Museum

Dec. 7
By City News Service

Wreaths were tossed off the ship into San Diego Bay to honor veterans and the more than 2,300 servicemen who died during the attack 75 years ago.

Learning About The History Of Pearl Harbor Through Comics

Learning About The History Of Pearl Harbor Through Comics

Dec. 7
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

“Pearl Harbor And The Day of Infamy” is a 24-page comic book by historian Jay Wertz being released Wednesday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Three Chinese Navy Ships Begin 4-Day San Diego Visit

Three Chinese Navy Ships Begin 4-Day San Diego Visit

Dec. 6
By City News Service

For the last three years, Chinese Navy ships have visited San Diego to take part in sporting evens and cultural exchanges with U.S. Navy sailors.

Trump’s Pick For Defense Secretary Led Camp Pendleton Marines In Iraq

Trump’s Pick For Defense Secretary Led Camp Pendleton Marines In Iraq

Dec. 1
By Associated Press

President-elect Donald Trump said Thursday he will nominate retired Gen. James Mattis, former commander of the San Diego-based 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, to be his secretary of defense.

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Three Chinese Navy Ships To Make Port In San Diego

Dec. 1
By City News Service

This is the third visit by the Chinese navy in the last three years to take part in sporting events and cultural exchanges with the U.S. Navy.

Ret. Marine Major General Details Years In Washington, Trump's Tran...

Ret. Marine Major General Details Years In Washington, Trump's Transition

Dec. 1
By Michael Lipkin, Mark Sauer

Punaro, a former Hillary Clinton supporter, is one of many unofficial advisors to work with President-Elect Donald Trump's transition team.

California Guard Troops Won't Have To Repay Bonuses

California Guard Troops Won't Have To Repay Bonuses

Nov. 30
By Associated Press

House and Senate negotiators have agreed to forgive the debts of thousands of California National Guard troops who had been ordered by the Pentagon to repay enlistment bonuses. Those bonuses had been incentives for service in Iraq and Afghanistan a decade ago.

San Diego Homeless Brace For Wet, Windy Weather

San Diego Homeless Brace For Wet, Windy Weather

Nov. 25
By Susan Murphy

With cold, wet and blustery weather expected to move into San Diego Saturday, some temporary emergency homeless shelters across the county are expected to open. Still, thousands of homeless will have to endure the harsh conditions on the streets.

Homeless Choir Singers In San Diego Find Healing Through Music

Homeless Choir Singers In San Diego Find Healing Through Music

Nov. 23
By Susan Murphy

“I thought, well, what a wonderful way to have a really wonderful, beautiful choir singing and sounding excellent and to be like, ‘Yes, and all of these people happen to not have a home.’”