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San Diego Man Who Spread HIV Sentenced To 6 Months

May 4
By City News Service
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Thomas Miguel Guerra told Judge Kathleen Lewis that while he has sympathy for the victim, he doesn't have remorse because he doesn't feel he did anything wrong.

How ACLU Mobile Justice Smartphone App Will Work In San Diego

May 4
Midday Edition
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American Civil Liberties Union releases new app to help people document arrests and other police actions.

Team From Scripps Health Heads To Nepal To Help Earthquake Survivors

May 1
By City News Service
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Four nurses and a team leader from Scripps Health left San Diego Friday on a three-week trip to help survivors of the devastating earthquake in Nepal.

Smartphone App Aims To Preserve Videos Of Police Encounters

April 30
By Associated Press
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A new smartphone app allows Californians who record encounters with police to automatically submit the video to their local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union.

San Diego Scripps Health Trauma Team Heads To Nepal To Aid Quake Survivors

April 29
Midday Edition
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Chris Van Gorder, CEO of Scripps Health and Dr. Mark Olcott, an emergency room physician at Scripps Green Hospital, talk about their upcoming mission.

City Council OKs $1.5M SDPD Settlement

April 28
By City News Service
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The City Council finalized two legal settlements worth a total of $1.56 million with women who sued the city for personal injuries stemming from encounters with San Diego police officers.

San Diego Terrorism Case To Be Sent To Minnesota

April 24
By Associated Press
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Mohamad Farah is accused of trying to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State group.

San Diegan Arrested, Charged In Terrorism Investigation

April 23
By City News Service
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Mohamad Saeed Kodaimati was charged in a federal complaint with two counts of making false statements involving terrorism matters. Saeed was arrested Wednesday in Rancho Bernardo.

San Diego County's Violent Crime Rate Falls To Lowest Figure In 35 Years

April 22
By City News Service
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The violent crime rate in San Diego County fell 6 percent last year to its lowest figure in 35 years, although the number of homicides and rapes increased.

San Diego DA Says Proposition 47 Doesn't Apply To Juveniles

April 21
By Megan Burks
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In San Diego County, minors are being charged with felonies for crimes considered misdemeanors in adult court.

Minnesota Terror Suspects Arrested In San Diego Held Without Bail

April 19
By Associated Press
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Federal authorities allege six Minnesota men were trying to reach Syria so they could join the self-proclaimed Islamic State. Two were arrested in San Diego, with the other four apprehended in Minnesota.

USD Could Face Second Sexual Assault Lawsuit

April 20
By Angela Carone
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Lawyer claims he will file a second civil lawsuit against the University of San Diego for mishandling sexual assault cases.

Earthquake Fault In Ventura Poses Tsunami Risk, Experts Say

April 20
Associated Press

Scientists say the earthquake fault that runs through the coastal city of Ventura can produce strong shaking and dangerous tsunamis, prompting state officials to study whether to revise hazard maps.

Small Brush Fire On Palomar Mountain Quickly Doused

April 19
By 10News
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The U.S. Forest Service attacked the fire Sunday afternoon from the ground and the air. The blaze burned east of Pauma Valley in the Cleveland National Forest.

Roundtable On City Budget, Mexican Farmworkers, Jail Suicides

April 17
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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The mayor proposed a budget for 2016. Most observers liked it. The farmworkers' strike in Baja California has ended, but the ramifications for U.S. companies continue. A Marine's widow files suit over her husband's suicide in the Vista Jail.

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