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U.S. Supreme Court To Decide San Diego Man's Death Sentence

Oct. 21
By Deb Welsh and Associated Press

The high court has agreed to consider a case that will determine the constitutionality of dismissing minority jurors.

Dozens Arrested In Imperial County Drug Bust

Oct. 21
By Jill Replogle
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Authorities arrested 43 people in predawn raids Tuesday that prosecutors said are linked to a large-scale methamphetamine and heroin trafficking organization in Imperial County.

Rabid Bat In San Marcos Leads To Public Health Outreach

Oct. 21
City News Service
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San Diego County health officials want to identify people who came in contact with the rabid bat that children found on Saturday.

Pros And Cons Of California's Prop. 47

Oct. 20
Midday Edition
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Former San Diego Police Chief William Lansdowne is co-author of Proposition 47, which would reduce some non-violent felonies to misdemeanors. But others in law enforcement have concerns about "unintended consequences" of the measure.

San Diego's Fire-Rescue Vehicles May Be Miniaturized As Toys

Oct. 18
By Tarryn Mento
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City Council members will consider Monday a licensing agreement with Mattel Inc. that would allow the company to create miniature versions of San Diego Fire-Rescue Department vehicles.

San Diego Attorney And Co-Conspirator Charged With Money Laundering

Oct. 17
City News Service
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The defendants used Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts in an effort to mask currency transmissions.

Immigration Holds Plummet In First Year Of California's Trust Act

Oct. 17
By Jill Replogle and Associated Press
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California's Trust Act, which took effect this year, limits the ability of local law enforcement to comply with ICE requests to hold immigrants.

Roundtable Looks At Props 45 & 46, SDPD Body Cameras, Minimum Wage Reboot

Oct. 17
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Props 45 and 46 are either unfair and will cost consumers big bucks or will save consumers money and level the medical playing field, depending on which side you're on. About 300 San Diego cops are now wearing body cameras. And the San Diego Chamber of Commerce trumps City Council on minimum wage.

San Diego-Based USS Peleliu Must Stay In Philippine Port During Transgender Murder Investigation

Oct. 17
By Beth Ford Roth
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The Navy has let three of its ships depart Subic Bay in the Philippines, but not the San Diego-based USS Peleliu. That's because the ship is carrying one U.S. Marine whom Philippine police have charged with murdering a transgender Filipino, and three possible witnesses.

San Diego Hip-Hop Artists Teaming Up To Get Out The Vote Among Ex-Offenders

Oct. 17
By Megan Burks
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The San Diego ACLU and local hip-hop artists are hosting a show Friday in Barrio Logan to get out the vote among the formerly incarcerated.

Potential Ebola Scare At Southwestern College Turns Out To Be False

Oct. 16
By KPBS
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A building was evacuated at Southwestern College after a student told her instructor that she and family members had been quarantined because of possible exposure to Ebola. The student later recanted her story.

San Diego Navy Officer Who Survived 50-Foot Freeway Fall Speaks Out (Video)

Oct. 16
By Beth Ford Roth
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The Navy officer whose truck flew 50-feet off a San Diego freeway overpass is speaking out for the first time since the crash. Navy First Class Petty Officer Kenneth Freudenvoll survived seven deployments, but he says he didn't think he'd make it out of his truck alive.

Are You Ready For An Earthquake — Or The Long Overdue Big One?

Oct. 15
By Susan Murphy
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San Diego County is surrounded by active faults capable of unleashing large quakes up to a magnitude 7 or higher.

Second Leader Of 'Los Palillos' Gang Gets Consecutive Life Sentences

Oct. 15
City News Service
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The "Los Palillos" gang was involved in multiple murders between 2004 and 2007, including two victims whose bodies were dissolved in acid.

San Diego Judicial Candidate Omits Law Enforcement Ties On Jury Questionnaire

Oct. 15
By Amita Sharma
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Ken Gosselin, a candidate for San Diego Superior Court judge, has been endorsed by police groups, but when called for jury duty said he had no positive or negative experience with law enforcement.

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