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Man Arrested, Charged In Series Of Attacks On Women In North Park

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David Angelo Drake, 23, was arrested and charged with multiple counts of sexual battery and assault for a series of attacks on women in the North Park neighborhood since June.

San Diego Hosts Ideas@50+ AARP Convention

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At this week's conference of the AARP, staying brain smart is one topic many in the over 50-crowd are interested in.

Trio Of Brushfires Near Route 15 Ramp To Northbound Interstate 5

San Diego Fire Department crews and one National City Fire Department engine were sent to the scene to battle the three small fires, but the response forced the closure of the transition ramp onto Interstate 5.



San Diego Man Killed In Syria Fighting For ISIS

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Douglas McAuthur McCain, 33, was born in Illinois and lived in Minnesota before moving to San Diego, where he attended City College, according to news reports.

Police: No Arrest Made In Connection With Fire

Escondido police say that news reports that a suspect was arrested in connection with the fires in San Diego County is incorrect.

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Singers Union Drops Lawsuit Against San Diego Opera

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The union representing solo singers at the San Diego Opera has withdrawn a labor lawsuit against the troubled company and vowed to work with the current board to revive the opera for next season.

Alvarez, Faulconer To Face Off In First Of Six Mayoral Debates

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The two councilmen vying for the city's top spot will appear in their first debate Wednesday afternoon hosted by KPBS and 10News.

Year In Review 2013: Top immigration issues

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KPBS Evening Edition host Amita Sharma talks about the year in immigration with Fronteras Desk reporter Jill Replogle.

Christmas tree recycling service starts in San Diego

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Residents with curbside service can leave their trees outside with their other refuse. Those without curbside pickup can take their trees to 16 drop-off locations throughout the city.

Father Joe's Village serves 2,000 holiday meals to San Diego homeless

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Christmas decorations and table cloths were the extra flourishes at Father Joe’s Villages in downtown San Diego on Tuesday. Volunteers served up a hot holiday meal to nearly 2,000 homeless people.

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