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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Living With Wildfires: San Diego Firestorm 10 Years Later

Public Safety

Homeless Campground Set To Open Near Downtown San Diego

Homeless Campground Set To Open Near Downtown San Diego

Oct. 3
By Susan Murphy

A campground for homeless people in San Diego is set to open as early as next week, with 200 new tents set up in a city-owned parking lot at 20th and B Streets near downtown.

San Diego Attorney Among Those Killed In Las Vegas Strip Shooting

San Diego Attorney Among Those Killed In Las Vegas Strip Shooting

Oct. 2
By City News Service

A San Diego attorney was among 59 people killed by a gunman who opened fire with an arsenal of guns on a crowd at an outdoor country music concert on the Las Vegas Strip Sunday night.

 Las Vegas Hotel Gunman’s Motive A Mystery

Las Vegas Hotel Gunman’s Motive A Mystery

Oct. 2
By Associated Press

The motive behind the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history remained a mystery as police sought to learn more about the apparent "lone wolf" gunman who opened fire on thousands of concertgoers from the 32nd floor of a Las Vegas hotel.

San Diego Leaders React To Las Vegas Mass Shooting

San Diego Leaders React To Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Oct. 2
By City News Service

San Diego city leaders and area lawmakers offered their thoughts and prayers Monday to the victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas, while athletes with ties to the Nevada city also took to social media to express their sorrow and anguish.

Country Singer At Las Vegas Shooting Scheduled To Perform In San Di...

Country Singer At Las Vegas Shooting Scheduled To Perform In San Diego Saturday

Oct. 2
By City News Service

Country singer Jason Aldean, who was on stage when gunfire broke out at the Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival in Las Vegas when gunfire erupted, leaving at least 58 people dead and hundreds injured, is scheduled to perform Saturday at Mattress Firm Amphitheatre in San Diego.

Gunman Who Killed More Than 50 At Las Vegas Concert Was Retired

Gunman Who Killed More Than 50 At Las Vegas Concert Was Retired

Oct. 2
By Associated Press

The man who killed at least 50 people and injured more than 400 at a Las Vegas concert was a retiree with no criminal history in the Nevada county where he lived, police said Monday.

Off-Duty San Diego Police Attending Las Vegas Concert 'OK' Followin...

Off-Duty San Diego Police Attending Las Vegas Concert 'OK' Following Shooting

Oct. 2
By City News Service

More than a dozen off-duty San Diego Police Department officers were unharmed while attending a music festival on the Las Vegas strip where a man opened fire, killing more than 50 people and wounding more than 200 more in the worst mass shooting in United States history.

President Trump Calls Las Vegas Shooting 'Act Of Pure Evil'

President Trump Calls Las Vegas Shooting 'Act Of Pure Evil'

Oct. 2
By Associated Press

The Las Vegas sheriff has confirmed the death toll from last night's shooting has risen to 58; the number of injured up to 515.

Flu Vaccine Campaign Kicks Off In San Diego County

Flu Vaccine Campaign Kicks Off In San Diego County

Oct. 2
By Susan Murphy

The peak of San Diego’s flu season is weeks away, but health officials are encouraging everyone six months and older to get vaccinated now — especially those with chronic health conditions such as heart and lung disease.

Roundtable: Hep A Blame Game, Olango's Legacy, The Delta Tunnel

Roundtable: Hep A Blame Game, Olango's Legacy, The Delta Tunnel

Sept. 29
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

San Diego city and county officials blame each other for the glacial reaction to the hepatitis A outbreak. The shooting of Alfred Olango is having a lasting impact. The proposed Sacramento Delta tunnel is a very big deal.

SDG&E Lobbies Regulators To Reject Judges' Decision On 2007 Wildfir...

SDG&E Lobbies Regulators To Reject Judges' Decision On 2007 Wildfire Reimbursement

Sept. 27
By Amita Sharma

Documents show San Diego Gas and Electric representatives met with staffers from each of the five California Public Utilities commissioners this month and bashed the judges' decision that concluded the company should not be allowed to collect $379 million from customers to pay for costs related to the 2007 wildfires.

Southern California Residents Head Home As Crews Tame Fire

Southern California Residents Head Home As Crews Tame Fire

Sept. 27
By Associated Press

Southern California residents who evacuated because of a powerful wildfire returned to their homes Wednesday after a fleet of aircraft helped crews on the ground extinguish flames that burned next to suburban houses built in canyons.

A Police Shooting: The Death Of Alfred Olango

A Police Shooting: The Death Of Alfred Olango

Sept. 27
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke, Michael Lipkin

On the one-year anniversary of the shooting death of Alfred Olango, members of his family are renewing their calls for justice.

San Diego Law Enforcement Teams With Mental Health Workers For Psyc...

San Diego Law Enforcement Teams With Mental Health Workers For Psychiatric Emergencies

Sept. 27
By Susan Murphy

As police are increasingly finding themselves on the front lines responding to people in mental crisis, a San Diego organization is working with them on how to handle the potentially deadly encounters.

Police Clear Homeless Encampments From San Diego's East Village

Police Clear Homeless Encampments From San Diego's East Village

Sept. 26
By Susan Murphy

Homeless encampments have been removed from 17th Street in the East Village, and other streets in downtown San Diego.