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Chula Vista City Council Race Officially Ends

Dec. 19
By City News Service
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Councilman-elect John McCann beat Steve Padilla by two votes.

San Diego Police Sued For Withholding Spy Technology Records

Dec. 18
Brad Racino / inewsource
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The San Diego Police Department purchased high-tech surveillance devices called Stingrays that indiscriminately gather large amounts of cellphone data in order to locate a target.

California Senator Hueso Gets Probation In DUI Case

Dec. 18
By City News Service
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Hueso, who represents southern San Diego County, Imperial County and part of Riverside County, pleaded no contest to a lesser charge called "wet reckless."

San Diego's First Legal Medical Marijuana Dispensary Still In Limbo

Dec. 18
By City News Service
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The San Diego Planning Commission has delayed an appeal hearing of an order granting permission to an SDSU professor to open a medical marijuana dispensary in a strip mall near Brown Field in Otay Mesa.

Padilla Suspends Recount In Chula Vista City Council Race

Dec. 18
10News
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John McCann defeated Steve Padilla by two votes in a race for a seat on the Chula Vista City Council.

San Ysidro To See $216M In Funding For Expanding Port of Entry

Dec. 17
By City News Service
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The $1.1 trillion spending bill signed by President Barack Obama this week completes the funding of an expansion project at the San Ysidro Port of Entry.

San Diego's First Legal Marijuana Shop May Lose Permit In Appeal

Dec. 17
By City News Service
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A Green Alternative received its conditional use permit in October but a drug prevention specialist said its location in Otay Mesa could hurt families.

San Diego Program For The Homeless Gets $500K Grant

Dec. 17
By City News Service

St. Vincent de Paul program organizers said the grants could allow them to almost double the number of people they help.

Lightner Remains San Diego City Council President After Revote

Dec. 16
By City News Service
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The revote was scheduled because allegations surfaced that discussions among various council members might have violated the state's open meeting law.

San Diego's Nighttime Helicopters To Fly Countywide

Dec. 16
By Susan Murphy
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The city of San Diego’s two nighttime flying helicopters are available to the entire county for firefighting and rescues under a new deal between the two governments.

Covered California Announces Grace Period For Applicants Who Missed Deadline

Dec. 16
By Megan Burks
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Last-minute shoppers are in luck, if health insurance is on their holiday list. Consumers on the state's insurance exchange now have until Sunday to apply for January coverage. But finding enrollment help this weekend could be tough.

San Diego City Council Approves Open Data Policy

Dec. 16
By City News Service

Councilwoman Sherri Lightner said the policy will spur economic development, make city operations more transparent and enable "participatory government."

Del Mar Park Ranger's Body Camera Back On With New Guidelines

Dec. 16
By Claire Trageser
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The ranger can record traffic stops, but not routine exchanges with the public. He'll also have to tell people when they're being recorded.

Toni Atkins Begins First Full Term As California Assembly Speaker

Dec. 16
Midday Edition
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A conversation with Atkins for her take on what's cooking at the state capital.

San Diego Council Approves $32M Settlement With Mobile Home Park

Dec. 16
By City News Service
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The settlement ends a 35-year legal dispute and forces residents to vacate the park in Mission Bay.

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