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Ventura Man To Go Free After Judge Overturns 1978 Murder Conviction

Nov. 20
By Amita Sharma
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California Western School of Law's Innocence Project says discovery of DNA evidence, fabricated testimony and sealed police reports helped reverse conviction.

Women Speak Out Against Honor Violence

Nov. 19
Midday Edition
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International women rights activists are in San Diego for the 2014 Women Peacemakers Conference underway at the University of San Diego. We hear from two experts on "honor violence" being committed against women and girls worldwide and find out how the rise in extremism is linked to violence against women.

Brother Killed By Off-Duty San Diego Police Officer Named

Nov. 19
City News Service

Authorities release the name of the knife-wielding man who was shot by his brother, a San Diego Police Officer.

Army: San Diego County Soldier's Death In Jordan Was Murder (Video)

Nov. 18
By Beth Ford Roth
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The Army has charged a 23-year-old soldier with killing San Diego County native Army Spc. Adrian M. Perkins, 19, while the two men were deployed in Jordan last May.

No Felony Charges For DeMaio Accuser In Alleged Assault On Mom

Nov. 18
By Claire Trageser
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Todd Bosnich, the former staffer who accused congressional candidate Carl DeMaio of sexual harassment, will not face felony charges for allegedly assaulting his mother.

Fire Warning For San Diego Valley, Mountain Areas Extended Through Tuesday

Nov. 17
By City News Service
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Strong northeast winds coupled with drier than normal conditions threatened to fuel a wildfire in the valleys and mountains of San Diego County Monday and Tuesday, meteorologists said.

American Beheaded By ISIS Was Army Ranger Veteran (Video)

Nov. 17
By Beth Ford Roth
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Abdul-Rahman "Peter" Kassig, the American aid worker beheaded by ISIS, was a former Army Ranger who left the service to commit his life to humanitarian missions in the Middle East. It was while on one of these missions in Syria last year that Kassig was kidnapped by terrorists who would later execute him.

San Diego County Sheriff's Department Ends Facebook Page

Nov. 17
Associated Press
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The San Diego County Sheriff's Department has taken down its Facebook page after a man accused it of violating his free speech rights and sued for deleting his comments.

Santa Ana Winds Raising Fire Danger In San Diego County

Nov. 16
By City News Service
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Gusty Santa Ana winds in San Diego County's mountains and inland valleys, combined with low humidity, will raise the risk for wildfires over a roughly 24-hour span starting Sunday evening.

Wildfire Risk In San Diego Valleys, Mountains Beginning Sunday

Nov. 14
By City News Service
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An onset of windy, dry atmospheric conditions will create acute wildfire risks in the San Diego-area inland valleys and mountains starting Sunday evening.

Off-Duty San Diego Police Officer Fatally Shoots Knife-Wielding Brother

Nov. 14
By City News Service
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The siblings were arguing shortly before 8:30 a.m. Friday when one of them picked up several knives and reportedly began acting in a threatening manner toward his mother and police officer brother.

Roundtable Digs Into SDPD Pay, Reporting Campus Rape, Vets Charities

Nov. 14
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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San Diego Police Department pay ranks low compared to most other California cities, reporting sexual assault on campus can be a huge ordeal and some well-known veterans charities get failing grades.

Getting A Concealed Weapons Permit Could Get Easier In California

Nov. 12
Associated Press
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A divided federal appeals court kept in place a ruling requiring the San Diego County sheriff to issue concealed weapon permits to most law-abiding citizens who apply for one.

Former DeMaio Aide To Face Assault, Battery Charges

Nov. 12
By Claire Trageser
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Todd Bosnich, the former staffer for Republican Carl DeMaio's congressional campaign who accused DeMaio of sexual harassment, will appear in court on Tuesday. He's accused of assaulting his mother.

State Proposes Letting Pedophile Live In Jacumba Hot Springs

Nov. 12
By City News Service
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The Department of State Hospitals proposed on Wednesday housing sexually violent predator and pedophile Gary Snavely in Jacumba Hot Springs.