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Roundtable: Forgotten Transparency Law; Issa And Hunter; More Fat L...

Roundtable: Forgotten Transparency Law; Issa And Hunter; More Fat Leonard; Illegal Hotel Rooms

March 17
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Looking into the city's forgotten transparency law. Two Republican Congressmen have an interesting weekend. The Navy wishes it had never met "Fat Leonard." And when is a hotel not a hotel? (When it's an apartment.)

White House's First Budget Would Shine On San Diego's Defense Sector

White House's First Budget Would Shine On San Diego's Defense Sector

March 16
By Steve Walsh

The White House budget would likely be a short-term boost to San Diego, where Marines and the Navy look to restore maintenance programs trimmed under sequestration.

Retired Navy Admiral Among 9 Indicted In Bribery Case

Retired Navy Admiral Among 9 Indicted In Bribery Case

March 14
By Associated Press

A retired Navy admiral was among nine high-ranking military officers arrested Tuesday across the country in a burgeoning bribery scandal involving a Malaysian defense contractor nicknamed "Fat Leonard."

Bill Aimed At Helping Deported Veterans Approved By Assembly Judici...

Bill Aimed At Helping Deported Veterans Approved By Assembly Judiciary Committee

March 14
By City News Service

Legislation to create a legal assistance fund for non- citizen veterans deported from the U.S. was approved Tuesday by one Assembly committee and now goes to another, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, D- San Diego, announced.

America's Oldest Pearl Harbor Survivor Turns 105

America's Oldest Pearl Harbor Survivor Turns 105

March 10
By Susan Murphy

“I’m really excited because I never expected to live this long,” said Ray Chavez, America's oldest Pearl Harbor survivor. “I’m enjoying my old age. I really am."

Marine Corps Scandal Over Online Nude Photo Sharing Widens To Inclu...

Marine Corps Scandal Over Online Nude Photo Sharing Widens To Include All Military Branches

March 10
By Associated Press

Service members have been uploading the pictures for months, with some calling for specific women to be photographed.

Smoke Over Camp Pendleton From Burning Debris

Smoke Over Camp Pendleton From Burning Debris

March 10
By City News Service

Camp Pendleton firefighters will begin burning debris Friday, which may send smoke into the air for the next couple days.

Camp Pendleton-Based Marines Move Into Syria For 'Temporary' Ground...

Camp Pendleton-Based Marines Move Into Syria For 'Temporary' Ground Mission

March 9
By Susan Murphy

A group of Camp Pendleton Marines with the 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit have departed their ships in the Middle East and moved into Syria to help fight ISIS.

Book By Military Veterans Teaches How To Lead Without A Title

Book By Military Veterans Teaches How To Lead Without A Title

March 6
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

You don't have to have a management title to be one of the leaders in your workplace. That's the message of the new book "SPARK: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success."

Roundtable: SoccerCity?; Hard-Hearted Traffic Court; Trauma Trainin...

Roundtable: SoccerCity?; Hard-Hearted Traffic Court; Trauma Training With Live Animals

March 3
By Pat Finn

Getting something — anything — built on the Qualcomm site is a tough goal to reach. A local traffic court and its collection agency seem pretty hard-hearted. Why are the Navy and Marines still using live animals for trauma training?

Faulconer's Homeless Veterans Program Quietly Misses Deadline

Faulconer's Homeless Veterans Program Quietly Misses Deadline

March 2
By Andrew Bowen

Last year San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced his "Housing Our Heroes" program to much fanfare, pledging to house 1,000 veterans in one year. The deadline has passed, and the program is still hundreds of veterans short of its goal.

San Diego Seniors Living On Fixed Incomes Hit By Rising Rents

San Diego Seniors Living On Fixed Incomes Hit By Rising Rents

March 1
By Alison St John

Seniors who live on a fixed income are particularly hard hit by rising rents and shrinking rental vacancy rates.

Former NATO Ambassador Visits San Diego To Talk Trump

Former NATO Ambassador Visits San Diego To Talk Trump

Feb. 24
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

President Donald Trump has called NATO "obsolete" and questioned whether America would defend its European allies if they don't spend more on their own military.

As San Diego Named Coast Guard City, Rep. Duncan Hunter A No Show

As San Diego Named Coast Guard City, Rep. Duncan Hunter A No Show

Feb. 23
By KPBS News, Steve Walsh

Two members of the region's congressional delegation were supposed to appear Thursday for the designation of San Diego as the nation's second largest Coast Guard City.

New Exhibit Celebrates History Of Black Women In The U.S. Military

New Exhibit Celebrates History Of Black Women In The U.S. Military

Feb. 15
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The exhibit, “For the Freedom and the Right” was organized by the California African American Museum in Los Angeles. It will be on display at Camp Pendleton through mid-March.

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