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Brown Declares State Of Emergency For California Wildfires

July 31
By Associated Press
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Brown says in a declaration issued Friday that the severe drought and extreme weather "have turned much of the state into a tinderbox."

San Diego County Traffic Deaths Rise In 2014

July 30
By City News Service
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Motor vehicle-related fatalities accounted for 291 cases thoroughly investigated by the medical examiner's office last year, compared to 247 in 2013.

San Diego Police Chief Promises More Diverse Force, More Supervision

July 29
By Megan Burks, Claire Trageser
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Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman told City Council members Wednesday that her department has implemented 21 out of 40 recommendations so far that came out of a federal audit in March after a spate of San Diego police misconduct.

San Diego To Pay $1M To Settle Sex Assault Claims Against Ex-Cop

July 29
By City News Service
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One woman is set to receive $550,000. She alleged that she suffered personal injuries in an encounter with ex-SDPD Officer Christopher Hays on Oct. 31, 2013. The other woman settled for $400,000. She claimed emotional injuries from her interactions with Hays on June 12 that year.

Suspects In 2011 City Heights Murder Plead Not Guilty

July 28
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Dionte Smith and Jennifer Lee Whitmer are accused of being a part of group that shot 28-year-old Cordell King.

Amber Alert Suspect Arrested, 2 Children Safe

July 28
By City News Service
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Two boys taken from an Oceanside home, allegedly by one's father after a domestic violence incident with their mother, were found safe in Long Beach Tuesday.

Fire Near Palomar Mountain Holding At 170 Acres

July 28
By City News Service
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The forest service said the fire was about 75 percent contained, and crews have completed a contingency fireline between Palomar Divide and High Point roads.

Number Of Wildfires In California Up, But Damage Is Smaller

July 28
By Associated Press
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So far this year, state firefighters have responded to nearly 3,900 blazes — a 41 percent increase from the same period last year, according to Cal Fire. The fires have burned 28 percent less area than last year.

San Diego Police Chief To Present Progress On Federal Audit Recommendations

July 27
By Megan Burks
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The department has increased accountability and cultural sensitivity training for officers, but holes remain in its early warning system for problem officers.

Girl Scouts Camp Helipad To Be Used For Firefighting, Rescue Helicopters

July 27
By City News Service
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The helipad 200 yards from the Upper Lake at Camp Winacka will allow Cal Fire to pre-position firefighting choppers and provide a landing area close to where they fill up with water.

Brush Fire Near Palomar Mountain Burns 170 Acres

July 27
By City News Service
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A fire that blackened close to 170 acres of brush in a steep, remote area north of the Palomar Observatory was about 50 percent contained Monday morning.

Brush Fire Near Palomar Mountain 20 Percent Contained

July 24
By KPBS News, City News Service
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The wildfire of unknown origin broke out off Palomar Divide Road in Cleveland National Forest shortly after 4 p.m. Friday. More than 500 firefighters were battling the blaze on Sunday.

Fire Near Lake Morena County Park 100% Contained

July 24
By KPBS News, City News Service
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The brush fire, which crews fought from the air and ground, took about a day to fully contain, according to Cal Fire.

Dozens Of Stores Closed At UTC Mall Due To Gas Line Break

July 24
By 10News
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The break to the one-inch line occurred sometime before 10:30 a.m. Initial reports indicate construction crews may have hit the line.

Barrio Logan Scrap Yard Fire Raises Concerns About Safety

July 24
By Erik Anderson
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Barrio Logan residents are concerned after a fire broke out at a scrap recycling yard in their neighborhood on Wednesday night.

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