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'We Must Be Loud In Our Intolerance Of Intolerance': Local Faith Le...

'We Must Be Loud In Our Intolerance Of Intolerance': Local Faith Leaders Speak Up

Aug. 18
By Brooke Ruth, Erik Anderson, Maureen Cavanaugh

Local faith leaders held a press conference Friday to take a stand against racism in the wake of the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Californian Among Those Killed In Barcelona Attack

Californian Among Those Killed In Barcelona Attack

Aug. 18
By Associated Press

Bay Area resident Jared Tucker and his wife were celebrating their first wedding anniversary in Barcelona.

Interim DA: San Diego Hate Crimes Up 11 Percent, Take Top Priority

Interim DA: San Diego Hate Crimes Up 11 Percent, Take Top Priority

Aug. 18
By City News Service

In the wake of the deadly clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia, San Diego County Interim District Attorney Summer Stephan says prosecuting hate crimes is a top priority for her office.

Where Is San Diego Spending Money On Traffic Safety?

Where Is San Diego Spending Money On Traffic Safety?

Aug. 18
By Andrew Bowen, Christopher Underwood, Elma Gonzalez

San Diego's Vision Zero goal of eliminating traffic deaths by 2025 is supposed to be achieved by spending the city's limited dollars improving traffic safety on the most dangerous streets. But an analysis of the city's Vision Zero budget shows the city is spending plenty of money improving streets that are already safe.

Attacker Rams Van Into Barcelona Crowd, 13 Dead And 100 Hurt

Attacker Rams Van Into Barcelona Crowd, 13 Dead And 100 Hurt

Aug. 17
By Associated Press

Reports say Catalan police killed four people who were suspected of planning to carry out a second attack in Cambrils, a seaside resort town about 62 miles from Barcelona.

Neo-Nazi Images In Charlottesville 'Too Much To Bear' For Jewish Se...

Neo-Nazi Images In Charlottesville 'Too Much To Bear' For Jewish Seniors In Encinitas

Aug. 17
By Susan Murphy

“I felt absolutely destroyed because I didn’t think it could happen in America. I just couldn’t believe it,” said Lee Zlotnick, 89, choking back tears at a discussion at her retirement home in Encinitas.

Issa Calls On Judiciary Committee To Hold Charlottesville Hearing

Issa Calls On Judiciary Committee To Hold Charlottesville Hearing

Aug. 17
By City News Service

Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, said, "we have a duty to more fully understand what led to these terrible events and the persistence of these hateful, extremist ideologies."

How To Talk To Children About Racism

How To Talk To Children About Racism

Aug. 17
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The violent images broadcast from Charlottesville may leave parents asking themselves how to explain it all to their children. One child psychologist discusses strategies for talking with children about racism.

San Diego Police Raid 2 More Marijuana Dispensaries

San Diego Police Raid 2 More Marijuana Dispensaries

Aug. 17
By City News Service

Narcotics unit detectives served search warrants at two more cannabis dispensaries — seizing 30 pounds of marijuana and $37,000 cash at one location — in the city's continued crackdown on illegally operated dispensaries, authorities said on Thursday.

Thousands March With Candlelight At Charlottesville Vigil

Thousands March With Candlelight At Charlottesville Vigil

Aug. 17
By Associated Press

Family members of the young woman mowed down while protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville used her funeral as a rallying cry, telling mourners the best way to honor Heather Heyer is to continue her fight against injustice.

Rise In White Supremacy Groups Demands Action, Says San Diego Jewis...

Rise In White Supremacy Groups Demands Action, Says San Diego Jewish Leader

Aug. 16
By Susan Murphy

The white supremacy groups that marched with torches, carrying Nazi and Confederate flags through the streets of Charlottesville was not an isolated incident, but rather a movement gaining momentum, including in San Diego, said Tammy Gillies, director of the local chapter of the Anti-Defamation League.

Navy Commander In 'Fat Leonard' Case Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy In...

Navy Commander In 'Fat Leonard' Case Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy In San Diego

Aug. 15
By City News Service

A U.S. Navy commander pleaded guilty in San Diego Tuesday to a conspiracy charge stemming from his efforts to obstruct a federal criminal investigation into a massive bribery and fraud scheme orchestrated by foreign defense contractor Glenn "Fat Leonard" Francis.

San Diegans Gather For Unity Vigil After Charlottesville Violence

San Diegans Gather For Unity Vigil After Charlottesville Violence

Aug. 14
By City News Service

Close to 1,000 peaceful demonstrators gathered for a unity vigil in front of the San Diego County Administration Building in the largest of several local gatherings to pay homage to those killed and injured over the weekend in connection with clashes between white nationalists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Bowing To Pressure, Trump Denounces Hate Groups By Name

Bowing To Pressure, Trump Denounces Hate Groups By Name

Aug. 14
By Associated Press

Bowing to pressure from right and left, President Donald Trump condemned white supremacist groups by name on Monday, declaring "racism is evil" after two days of public equivocation and internal White House debate over the deadly race-fueled clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia.

San Diego Police Officers Get Bump In Uniform Allowance

San Diego Police Officers Get Bump In Uniform Allowance

Aug. 11
By Andrew Bowen, City News Service

The San Diego City Council has approved an increase to the uniform and equipment allowance for San Diego police officers. The move is part of an effort to address the department's chronic shortage of officers, many of whom are leaving for better pay elsewhere.

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