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Friends And Family Identify Man Who Fell Off Crystal Pier

Friends And Family Identify Man Who Fell Off Crystal Pier

Jan. 23
By City News Service

A search for the body of a musician feared dead after he fell off Pacific Beach's Crystal Pier over the weekend entered its third day Tuesday, with lifeguards combing the shoreline from a helicopter starting just after sunrise.

Mexican Billionaire-Linked Donations To Dumanis’ 2012 May...

Mexican Billionaire-Linked Donations To Dumanis’ 2012 Mayoral Campaign Higher Than Thought

Jan. 23
By Amita Sharma

Even though a Mexican businessman convicted of illegally pumping cash into San Diego campaigns went to prison in October, his shadow may linger over an upcoming county supervisor’s race.

FEMA Disaster Relief Center Opens To Help Lilac Fire Victims

FEMA Disaster Relief Center Opens To Help Lilac Fire Victims

Jan. 22
By Matt Hoffman

The disaster recovery center is run by FEMA and the U.S. Small Business Administration who will be in Fallbrook until Wednesday before the center relocates to Bonsall.

Search Continues For Man Who Fell Off Crystal Pier

Search Continues For Man Who Fell Off Crystal Pier

Jan. 22
By City News Service

A man who fell off Crystal Pier in Pacific Beach and was never seen resurfacing remained missing Monday morning after a nightlong search by U.S. Coast Guard personnel, authorities said.

La Mesa Police Officer Shown Body Slamming Teenage Girl I...

La Mesa Police Officer Shown Body Slamming Teenage Girl In Facebook Video Is Reassigned

Jan. 22
By City News Service, Matthew Bowler, Megan Burks

Dozens of students and community members protested Monday after a La Mesa police officer was shown roughly slamming a teenage girl to the ground in a video posted to Facebook this weekend.

Thousands Rally Downtown For Second Annual Women's March

Thousands Rally Downtown For Second Annual Women's March

Jan. 19
By KPBS News

Thousands of people marched through downtown San Diego and San Marcos in the second annual Women's March Saturday.

Army Corps Of Engineers General Views Mudslide Operations

Army Corps Of Engineers General Views Mudslide Operations

Jan. 19
By Associated Press

The top general of the Army Corps of Engineers has inspected recovery operations at the scene of the devastating flash floods that hit the Southern California community of Montecito last week.

 Roundtable: Arrests For Feeding Homeless, Detention Cent...

Roundtable: Arrests For Feeding Homeless, Detention Center Expansion, Tijuana’s Soaring Homicide Rate

Jan. 19
By Bennett Lacy, Ebone Monet

Police in El Cajon arrest homeless advocates for distributing food at a city park, the Otay Mesa Detention Center is near capacity and planning an expansion and Tijuana's homicide rate reaches a new record high.

IRS Announces Potential Extended Tax Filing Deadline For ...

IRS Announces Potential Extended Tax Filing Deadline For Lilac Fire Victims

Jan. 17
By City News Service

Residents and businesses affected by the Lilac Fire and other recent natural disasters in California may qualify for extended tax filing deadlines, the Internal Revenue Service announced Wednesday.

Science Panel Backs Lower Drunken Driving Threshold

Science Panel Backs Lower Drunken Driving Threshold

Jan. 17
By Associated Press

The U.S. government-commissioned report by a panel of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine made multiple recommendations, including significantly lowering drunken driving thresholds. It calls for lowering the blood-alcohol concentration threshold from 0.08 to 0.05.

In The Wake Of The #MeToo Movement, A Former Abuser Apolo...

In The Wake Of The #MeToo Movement, A Former Abuser Apologizes

Jan. 17
Steven McMaryion

Sixty-two-year-old Steven McMaryion of Los Angeles says he sees the #MeToo movement as an opportunity for men like him to also stand up, speak out, and acknowledge how they’ve hurt others.

Homeless Rights Advocacy Group To Speak Out After Members...

Homeless Rights Advocacy Group To Speak Out After Members Arrested For Feeding Homeless

Jan. 15
By City News Service, Matt Hoffman

The leaders of a homeless rights advocacy group plan to speak out Monday after about a dozen of the group's members were arrested in El Cajon for feeding the homeless on city property in defiance of a city ordinance.

FEMA Help Available For Lilac Fire Victims

FEMA Help Available For Lilac Fire Victims

Jan. 15
By City News Service

County residents whose property was damaged during the Lilac Fire can register for assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, county officials announced Monday.

Missile-Alert Mistake Feeds Doubts About A Real Emergency

Missile-Alert Mistake Feeds Doubts About A Real Emergency

Jan. 15
By Associated Press

The blunder that caused more than a million people in Hawaii to fear that they were about to be struck by a nuclear missile fed skepticism Sunday about the government's ability to keep them informed in a real emergency.

The Shrinking Salton Sea Endangers Region's Health

The Shrinking Salton Sea Endangers Region's Health

Jan. 15
By Erik Anderson

California’s largest lake, the Imperial Valley’s Salton Sea, is poised to begin shrinking at an unprecedented speed this year. The retreat is raising concerns about the future of a place that is considered both an ecological treasure and a looming public health disaster.