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4 Donors Fined $35K For Violating San Diego Campaign Finance Laws

Nov. 14
By City News Service, Amita Sharma
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The cases involved people who made $500 donations to District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis' failed 2012 mayoral run and then were reimbursed for the expense.

San Diego Predicts Extra Money For Fiscal 2016 Budget

Nov. 14
By Claire Trageser
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The city of San Diego is predicting an almost $60 million surplus for fiscal 2016, which Mayor Kevin Faulconer would like to spend on infrastructure and neighborhood investments.

Roundtable Digs Into SDPD Pay, Reporting Campus Rape, Vets Charities

Nov. 14
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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San Diego Police Department pay ranks low compared to most other California cities, reporting sexual assault on campus can be a huge ordeal and some well-known veterans charities get failing grades.

San Diego City Attorney Closes Another Marijuana Dispensary

Nov. 13
By City News Service
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City Attorney Jan Goldsmith has used court orders to close at least six medical marijuana dispensaries in the past several weeks that he says were operating illegally in San Diego.

San Diego Takes Steps To Crack Down On 'Mini-Dorms'

Nov. 13
By City News Service
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A City Council committee unanimously approved Thursday a proposal to help code enforcement officers take actions against mini-dorms near college campuses. A College Area resident said 700 single-family homes near SDSU are rented out to large numbers of students.

Former DeMaio Aide To Face Assault, Battery Charges

Nov. 12
By Claire Trageser
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Todd Bosnich, the former staffer for Republican Carl DeMaio's congressional campaign who accused DeMaio of sexual harassment, will appear in court on Tuesday. He's accused of assaulting his mother.

San Diego Port's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Drop 42% Over Six Years

Nov. 12
By City News Service
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Greenhouse gas emissions caused by operations at the Port of San Diego dropped by 42 percent between 2006 and 2012, according to a report released Wednesday by the agency.

San Diego Councilman Plans To Run For Atkins' Assembly Seat

Nov. 12
By City News Service
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San Diego City Councilman Ed Harris confirmed Wednesday that he plans to run for Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins seat in two years, when she will be termed out.

San Diego Earns High Score For LGBT Equality

Nov. 12
By City News Service
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Scores released Wednesday aim to measure LGBT inclusion in municipal law and policy across the country. California cities show mixed results.

Ex-DeMaio Aide Who Claimed Sexual Harassment Arrested

Nov. 11
By Claire Trageser, Laura Wingard
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Todd Bosnich, who claimed GOP congressional candidate Carl DeMaio sexually harassed him, was arrested Tuesday by San Diego police on charges of assaulting his mother.

Imperial Beach Mayor's Race Still Too Close To Call

Nov. 11
By Jill Replogle
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The race to become Imperial Beach's next mayor could still go either way, says San Diego County Registrar of Voters Michael Vu.

County To Pay $3M In Jail Heroin-Withdrawal Case

Nov. 11
Associated Press
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The parents of Daniel Sisson sued the Sheriff's Department and the county in federal court on various claims, including wrongful death and cruel and unusual punishment.

Filner-Inspired Recall Amendments Unanimously Approved By San Diego City Council

Nov. 10
By City News Service
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The amendments stemmed from problems with the recall process revealed last year when the administration of then-Mayor Bob Filner was mired in scandal.

San Diego City Council Gives Final OK To Linkage Fee Compromise

Nov. 10
By City News Service
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The deal, approved on an 8-1 vote, ends a struggle between housing advocates and business leaders over the future of the fee, which was instituted in 1990.

Effects Of Prop. 47 Immediately Felt In San Diego County

Nov. 10
Midday Edition
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Nearly 60 percent of voters passed California's Prop. 47, which dropped some crimes from felonies to misdemeanors. It went into effect immediately and is having a big impact on San Diego law enforcement.