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1 Dead In Deputy-Involved Shooting Near Camp Pendleton

Aug. 4
By City News Service
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A motorist's claim that he was armed following a traffic stop in the Camp Pendleton area Tuesday led to a standoff and deputy-involved shooting that left the suspect dead, authorities reported.

San Diego Man Pleads Guilty To Threatening Muslim Group

Aug. 4
By Associated Press

John Weissinger entered his guilty plea in San Diego Superior Court to felony charges of making a criminal threat and illegal possession of an assault rifle, and a misdemeanor hate crime charge.

Authorities Warn San Diego County Resident Of Warrant Scam

Aug. 4
By City News Service
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Claiming to represent the San Diego County Sheriff's Department, the perpetrators of the scheme call prospective victims, tell them they are the subject of outstanding arrest warrants and demand immediate payment of "fines."

Toni Atkins Discusses Chargers Stadium, Special Legislative Sessions

Aug. 4
Midday Edition
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Atkins holds one of the most high-profile legislative offices in the state and she's getting involved in the negotiations to keep the Chargers in San Diego.

Supes Back Penalties For Drone Operators Interfering With Firefighting

Aug. 4
By City News Service
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The San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to support state and federal legislation that would establish penalties for operators of unmanned aircraft that interfere with firefighting efforts.

City Council OKs $1M To Victims Of Ex-San Diego Cop

Aug. 4
By City News Service
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The City Council Tuesday approved nearly $1 million in legal settlements to two women abused by a former San Diego police officer, who later pleaded guilty to criminal charges and spent five months behind bars.

Obama To Extend College Aid Grants To Some Prison Inmates

Aug. 3
Midday Edition
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For the first time since Congress banned Pell grants for inmates in 1994, a new pilot program announced Friday will provide federal grant money to some prisoners.

James Holmes Jury Keeps Execution As Option As Sentencing Advances

Aug. 3
By Associated Press
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Jurors in the Colorado theater shooting trial declined to rule out the death penalty Monday as they move toward sentencing James Holmes, finding his defense failed to persuade them to show him mercy.

Oceanside Joins 'Night Out Against Crime'

Aug. 3
Promise Yee
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This week, residents in neighborhoods throughout San Diego County will join the annual “National Night Out Against Crime.” In Oceanside, minister Sheldon Brown will hold a non-denominational peace walk Tuesday night to the Oceanside pier.

Brown Declares State Of Emergency For California Wildfires

July 31
By Associated Press
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Brown says in a declaration issued Friday that the severe drought and extreme weather "have turned much of the state into a tinderbox."

San Diego County Traffic Deaths Rise In 2014

July 30
By City News Service
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Motor vehicle-related fatalities accounted for 291 cases thoroughly investigated by the medical examiner's office last year, compared to 247 in 2013.

San Diego Police Chief Promises More Diverse Force, More Supervision

July 29
By Megan Burks, Claire Trageser
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Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman told City Council members Wednesday that her department has implemented 21 out of 40 recommendations so far that came out of a federal audit in March after a spate of San Diego police misconduct.

San Diego To Pay $1M To Settle Sex Assault Claims Against Ex-Cop

July 29
By City News Service
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One woman is set to receive $550,000. She alleged that she suffered personal injuries in an encounter with ex-SDPD Officer Christopher Hays on Oct. 31, 2013. The other woman settled for $400,000. She claimed emotional injuries from her interactions with Hays on June 12 that year.

Suspects In 2011 City Heights Murder Plead Not Guilty

July 28
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Dionte Smith and Jennifer Lee Whitmer are accused of being a part of group that shot 28-year-old Cordell King.

Fire Near Palomar Mountain Holding At 170 Acres

July 28
By City News Service
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The forest service said the fire was about 75 percent contained, and crews have completed a contingency fireline between Palomar Divide and High Point roads.

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