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In San Diego, Cars Are Deadlier Than Guns

In San Diego, Cars Are Deadlier Than Guns

June 23
By Andrew Bowen

Over the past five years, more than twice as many people have died from car crashes in San Diego than have been murdered. The statistics show how much work the city has to do to meet its goal of zero traffic deaths by 2025.

City Of San Diego Provided Free Use Of 'Fire Boss' Aircraft

City Of San Diego Provided Free Use Of 'Fire Boss' Aircraft

June 22
By City News Service

The city of San Diego has been provided free use of a maneuverable single-engine firefighting aircraft through July, the mayor's office announced Thursday.

Tijuana Police Chief Links Mexico's Rising Homicides To US Gun Laws

Tijuana Police Chief Links Mexico's Rising Homicides To US Gun Laws

June 19
By Jean Guerrero

Tijuana’s police chief said rising violence in the border region is linked to U.S. gun laws and weapons smuggling, and he is urging the U.S. to take responsibility.

Man Plows Van Into Crowd By London Mosque; 10 Injured

Man Plows Van Into Crowd By London Mosque; 10 Injured

June 19
By Associated Press

In an attack that British Muslims say was aimed directly at them, a man plowed a van into a crowd of Muslim worshippers outside a north London mosque early Monday, injuring 10 people. London police are investigating it as a terrorist incident.

Fewer Kids Injured On Bikes, While More Senior Cyclists Suffer Seve...

Fewer Kids Injured On Bikes, While More Senior Cyclists Suffer Severe Injuries

June 19
By Cheryl Clark / inewsource

Injuries among children and teens riding bicycles have plummeted in California over the past decade, but at the other end of the age spectrum there’s worrisome news.

Roundtable: No Special Election, Toxic Plume In El Cajon, Driving S...

Roundtable: No Special Election, Toxic Plume In El Cajon, Driving Stoned

June 16
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

There will be no special election for the city of San Diego this November. Probably. A plume of toxic contaminants lurks under El Cajon. And how can we tell who is driving while high?

Soaring Temperatures Expected As Heat Wave Hits San Diego County

Soaring Temperatures Expected As Heat Wave Hits San Diego County

June 15
By City News Service

Temperatures are expected to soar across San Diego County as a heat wave grips the region. The San Diego Fire-Rescue Department says they will be increasing staffing in preparation for any fire activity.

Congressman's Shooting First Test For Trump-Era Gun Debate

Congressman's Shooting First Test For Trump-Era Gun Debate

June 15
By Associated Press

Wednesday's shooting at a congressional baseball practice marked the first high-profile test of Trump-era gun politics: Republican control of Congress and the White House has all but eliminated talk of tightening federal gun laws.

First Comes Art, Then Comes A Party, Then Comes Community Empowerment

First Comes Art, Then Comes A Party, Then Comes Community Empowerment

June 15
By Tarryn Mento

Working with neighborhood groups, a trio of community members is setting out to unite residents and shed any negative perception of San Diego's City Heights region.

San Francisco UPS Shooting Leaves 4 Dead, Including Gunman

San Francisco UPS Shooting Leaves 4 Dead, Including Gunman

June 14
By Associated Press

A UPS employee opened fire at a San Francisco package delivery facility on Wednesday, injuring four and prompting a massive police response in a neighborhood near downtown, officials said.

Suspect Arrested In Horton Plaza Fatal Shooting

Suspect Arrested In Horton Plaza Fatal Shooting

June 13
By City News Service

A parolee was back behind bars Tuesday on suspicion of carrying out an apparently random and unprovoked shooting that killed a 43-year-old career Navy man and wounded the victim's cousin at the Westfield Horton Plaza mall.

Police Investigate Fatal Shooting At Horton Plaza

Police Investigate Fatal Shooting At Horton Plaza

June 12
By City News Service

Authorities Monday released the name of a 43-year-old active-duty Navy man killed over the weekend in an apparently unprovoked shooting at the Westfield Horton Plaza mall that also left the victim's cousin wounded

Juvenile Great White Sharks Return To San Diego For Summer Season

Juvenile Great White Sharks Return To San Diego For Summer Season

June 12
By Susan Murphy

Sightings of dorsal fins piercing the surfline along San Diego’s coastline are common this time of year. The mostly harmless juvenile great white sharks are attracted to the high abundances of fish, stingrays and warming waters.

Marines To Conduct Controlled Burn At Miramar Air Station

Marines To Conduct Controlled Burn At Miramar Air Station

June 9
By Christopher Underwood

The Marines will be conducting a controlled burn and fire fighting exercise at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar Saturday morning.

San Diego County Gets $6 Million Grant For Rehabilitative Programs

San Diego County Gets $6 Million Grant For Rehabilitative Programs

June 8
By City News Service

A $6 million state grant to a collaboration between the county of San Diego and the San Diego City Attorney's Office to reduce crime was given final approval Thursday by the California Board of State and Community Corrections.

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