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Tease photo for North County Student Arrested After Making Crude Bomb

North County Student Arrested After Making Crude Bomb

May 5
By City News Service

A San Pasqual Academy student was arrested Thursday after he allegedly created a crude chemical bomb that caused a non-injury blast at the North County campus.

Tease photo for Police Looking For Man Who Attacked Mesa College Student

Police Looking For Man Who Attacked Mesa College Student

May 5
By City News Service

The man grabbed a young woman, bit her on the neck and attempted to pull off her pants at San Diego Mesa College Tuesday afternoon.

Tease photo for Wildfire Drill To Be Held At Camp Pendleton

Wildfire Drill To Be Held At Camp Pendleton

May 5
By City News Service

Military and civilian firefighters, sheriff's deputies and helicopter crews will practice responding to wildfires Thursday at Camp Pendleton.

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Budget Hearings Tackle Police Staffing And 911 Dispatcher Shortage

May 4
By City News Service

The City Council has begun four days of public hearings on San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer's $3.3 billion proposed budget.

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San Diego Mayor Promises More Money For 911 Dispatchers

May 3
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego's problem with long wait times for 911 callers has been under intense media scrutiny. Mayor Kevin Faulconer is now promising more money for 911 dispatchers in his revised budget.

Tease photo for Gunman Opens Fire On SDPD Officer Investigating Gang Activity

Gunman Opens Fire On SDPD Officer Investigating Gang Activity

May 3
By City News Service

Someone opened fire on a plainclothes detective, leaving the officer unscathed but his unmarked car riddled with bullets. The incident happened in southeastern San Diego.

Tease photo for Wildfires Cause Dip In New California Housing Units

Wildfires Cause Dip In New California Housing Units

May 2
By Associated Press

San Diego is still California's second-largest city, adding 12,000 residents to reach just under 1.4 million.

Tease photo for SDSU President Meets With Students About Anti-Muslim Fliers

SDSU President Meets With Students About Anti-Muslim Fliers

May 2
By Kristina Bravo

Members of the Muslim Student Association and Students for Justice in Palestine spoke Monday to SDSU President Elliot Hirshman and other university officials at a closed-door meeting.

Tease photo for San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer Discusses His Re-Election Bid

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer Discusses His Re-Election Bid

May 2
By Midday Edition

Despite some challengers, the incumbent is the candidate to beat in the upcoming June primary.

Tease photo for Survey: 15% Of SDSU Students Report Unwanted Sexual Contact Or Violence

Survey: 15% Of SDSU Students Report Unwanted Sexual Contact Or Violence

April 28
By Kristina Bravo

San Diego State University on Thursday released the results of a survey it conducted last year about sexual violence on campus.

Tease photo for Navy Commander Sentenced To Prison In Bribery Case

Navy Commander Sentenced To Prison In Bribery Case

April 29
By City News Service

A U.S. Navy commander who supplied classified ship schedules and information to a foreign defense contractor in exchange for gifts was sentenced to 78 months in federal prison.

Tease photo for Brother, Others Related To San Bernardino Shooters Arrested

Brother, Others Related To San Bernardino Shooters Arrested

April 28
By Associated Press

Three people connected to one of the San Bernardino shooters, Syed Rizwan Farook, have been arrested in a marriage fraud conspiracy, federal prosecutors said Thursday.

Tease photo for SDSU President Apologizes To Students Protesting His Response To 'Islamophobic' Fliers

SDSU President Apologizes To Students Protesting His Response To 'Islamophobic' Fliers

April 27
By Midday Edition

About 70 students surrounded the police car San Diego State University President Elliot Hirshman was in, demanding an apology for his response to fliers that circulated on the campus two weeks ago.

Tease photo for San Diego's 911 Dispatcher Shortage Is Years Old

San Diego's 911 Dispatcher Shortage Is Years Old

April 27
By Andrew Bowen

The problem has gained attention after the death of a 3-day-old baby whose parents called 911 twice but hung up because of long wait times. The staffing shortage goes back years, and fixing it will take time.

Tease photo for Dog That Killed Mira Mesa Baby Has Been Put Down

Dog That Killed Mira Mesa Baby Has Been Put Down

April 27
By City News Service

The canine was euthanized early Wednesday afternoon at the request of the newborn's parents.