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Last Occupiers Of Oregon Wildlife Refuge Surrender To FBI

Feb. 11
By Associated Press
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The holdouts were the last remnants of the group that seized the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on Jan. 2 and demanded that the government turn over the land to locals and release two ranchers imprisoned for setting fires.

Military, Civilians Team Up For Security Exercise At Coronado Navy Base

Feb. 10
By Susan Murphy
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Exercise Solid Curtain involves hundreds of military and civilian personnel and comes two weeks after a shooting scare at the Naval Medical Center in Balboa Park.

Man Who Assassinated Robert Kennedy To Ask For Parole For 14th Time

Feb. 10
By City News Service
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Sirhan Bishara Sirhan, 71, was expected to ask for parole for a 14th time Wednesday at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in Otay Mesa.

Lockdowns Lifted At Four San Diego County High Schools

Feb. 9
By City News Service
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Students at La Jolla, Lincoln, San Ysidro and Scripps Ranch high schools were secured in their classrooms for part of the morning Tuesday as a precaution due to unfounded bomb threats issued in quick succession by unknown perpetrators.

Earthquakes May Have More Reach Than Previously Thought

Feb. 9
By Erik Anderson
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New research shows that large earthquakes on one fault could jump to another causing widespread damage.

Sheriff Department's Body-Cam Pilot Program Gets Underway

Feb. 5
By City News Service
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Sworn personnel with the sheriff's department are taking part in the three-month trial period of the cameras, which record video and audio records of law enforcement officers' interactions with the public.

Roundtable Spotlights Foster, Spanos, Televangelist and Body-Cam Videos

Feb. 5
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Marne Foster pleads guilty and resigns as San Diego school trustee. Chargers' Dean Spanos reconsiders San Diego. The district attorney deals with tons of body-cam videos. And a televangelist wants to build a Christian resort in Mission Valley.

Valley Center Author Found Guilty Of Practicing Medicine Without License

Feb. 4
By Deb Welsh
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Robert Young, the author of "The pH Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health," is facing jail time for providing bogus medical treatments.

San Diego Police Chief: Pocket Dials To 911 Are Problematic

Feb. 3
By City News Service
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San Diego Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said the department received about 12,000 "pocket calls" to 911 in the span of five weeks last year.

Crime’s Up In San Diego; Police Chief Wants More Resources

Feb. 2
Midday Edition
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A report by the San Diego Police Department shows an 8.5 percent increase for overall crime in 2015 from 2014. Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman said she wants more resources to hire new employees.

San Diego County Deputies Test Uniform-Worn Cameras

Feb. 1
By City News Service
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The Sheriff's Department begins a three-month trial period Friday to have deputies test body-worn cameras from three companies that sell the devices to law enforcement agencies.

Windy Storm Pummeled San Diego County

Jan. 31
Midday Edition
Evening Edition
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Cold weather is expected to persist Monday night after a storm brought violent winds leading to widespread power outages, toppled trees and one person's death when a tree crushed four cars in Pacific Beach.

San Diego Attorney Wants Public Investigation Into Huge Methane Spill

Feb. 1
By Erik Anderson
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A consumer advocate from San Diego is joining counterparts in Los Angeles in calling for more public information about the investigation into a huge natural gas leak that continues to spew methane about three months after the leak was discovered.

Settlement Reached In Filner Harassment Case

Jan. 29
By City News Service
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A tentative settlement has been reached with a woman who said she was sexually harassed by former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner.

Navy Commander Pleads Guilty In Bribery Case

Jan. 29
By City News Service
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A U.S. Navy commander pleaded guilty in San Diego on Thursday to federal conspiracy and bribery charges for giving classified ship schedules — including those that contained information related to the U.S. Navy's ballistic missile defense operations in the Pacific — to a foreign defense contractor in exchange for cash, gifts and prostitutes.

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