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ICE Under Fire For Detaining Too Few Immigrants

April 17
By Joanne Faryon / inewsource
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Texas Rep. John Culberson, a Republican, says the federal government is required to hold 34,000 immigrant detainees a day, but the Obama administration disagrees with that interpretation of the law.

Slow Fundraising Start For U.S. Senate Candidate Rocky Chávez

April 16
By Associated Press
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Rocky Chávez, a two-term state assemblyman from Oceanside, had about $5,000 in the bank at the end of March after raising $12,000 since he entered the contest last month.

San Onofre Security, Storage Topic Of Panel Discussion

April 16
By Alison St John
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Security at the now-shuttered San Onofre nuclear power plant will be on the agenda of Edison's Community Engagement Panel on Thursday night.

Carson Stadium Proposal For Chargers, Raiders Qualifies For Ballot

April 15
By Associated Press
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The proposal will now go to the Carson City Council, which could schedule an election or approve the plan without a local vote.

Supporters Plan To Revise Stalled California Vaccine Bill

April 15
By Associated Press
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The measure would have prevented parents from seeking vaccine exemptions for their children because of religious or personal beliefs.

Disney-Linked Measles Outbreak Soon To Be Over In California

April 15
By Associated Press
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The outbreak reignited debate about vaccinations. Many of those infected were not immunized.

San Diego Councilwoman Marti Emerald Won't Seek Re-Election Next Year

April 15
By City News Service
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Emerald, who has been battling breast cancer, said she will announce her future plans next week.

San Diego Strikes, Rallies Call For $15 An Hour

April 15
By City News Service
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Fast-food restaurant employees, security guards and other workers conducted strikes and held rallies in San Diego Wednesday in their effort to gain a $15-an-hour wage.

San Diego Council Committee OKs New Concessions Contract For Qualcomm Stadium

April 15
By City News Service
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A five-year contract with Delaware North Sportservice Inc. to take over concessions at Qualcomm Stadium was tentatively approved Wednesday.

Judge In California Declines To Remove Marijuana From Dangerous Drug List

April 15
By Associated Press
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Marijuana's classification as a Schedule 1 drug has brought states that have legalized medical marijuana into conflict with federal authorities.

Analyst: California Drought Not A Significant Hit To Economy

April 14
By Associated Press
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A report released Tuesday by the Legislative Analyst's Office says water cutbacks on farms and decreases in residential water use are not a drag on the broader state economy.

Chula Vista City Council Vote Count Upheld

April 14
Midday Edition
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A San Diego Superior Court judge upheld the vote count in Chula Vista's City Council race. Dozens of uncounted provisional ballots were not counted last fall in a race won by two votes.

Justice Department Will Monitor Calexico Police For 3 Years

April 14
By Jean Guerrero
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The U.S. Department of Justice announced Tuesday it launched a collaborative reform initiative with the Calexico Police Department, which is under investigation by the FBI.

Southern California To Get Less Water In Summer

April 14
By Associated Press
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The Metropolitan Water District, which supplies water to the region, voted to slash water deliveries by 15 percent as California grapples with a fourth year of drought.

Adult Bike Helmet Bill Is Amended Away

April 14
By Tom Fudge
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A state Senate bill that would have made California the only state to require adults to wear helmets while riding a bike was amended to require only a study.