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Border Patrol Reverses Stance On Demolished US-Mexico Friendship Garden

Jan. 16
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

After bulldozing the U.S. side of the longstanding garden, Border Patrol now says it will let gardeners rebuild.

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San Diego-Bound USS Lincoln On Last Leg Of Record-Breaking Deployment

Jan. 16
By Steve Walsh

Families of the crew of the carrier struggled with making the cross-country move and finding housing in pricey San Diego.

A vehicle drives into the Otay Mesa detention c...

Asylum-Seeker Sues US Government After Miscarriage In Detention

Jan. 16
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

A Salvadoran asylum-seeker has filed a lawsuit against the government after she suffered a miscarriage in custody at a private detention facility in Otay Mesa.

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San Diego Sues SDG&E Over Recycled Water Project

Jan. 16
By City News Service

San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott argued SDG&E is contractually required to cover the costs of the Pure Water project, but the utility said customers outside of San Diego shouldn't pay for it.

Residents of Broadway Heights celebrated Martin...

Broadway Heights Community Celebrates MLK's 91st Birthday

Jan. 15
By Joe Hong

The Broadway Heights community wants younger generation to continue Martin Luther King's fight for freedom.

San Diego City Councilman Mark Kersey speaks to...

San Diego Waives Permit Fees For Sidewalk Repairs

Jan. 15
By Priya Sridhar

The city of San Diego will temporarily waive permit fees for property owners who want to fix damaged sidewalks in front of their homes and businesses.

Microbiologist Anthony Aziz walks through the s...

SD County Records 9 More Flu Deaths, Bringing Number To 20 This Season

Jan. 15
By City News Service

The ages of the patients ranged from 45 to 88, and all had underlying medical conditions with the exception of a 57-year-old San Diego woman who died Jan. 3, according to the HHSA.

Paleontologist Ashley Poust inspects the fossil...

San Diego Paleontologist Helps Discover New Species Of Dinosaur

Jan. 15
By Shalina Chatlani

This 120-million-year-old dinosaur is almost twice the age of the T-Rex.

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer gestures during...

Homelessness Main Topic In Tuesday's State Of The City Address

Jan. 15
By City News Service

Homelessness and lack of housing will be front and center as Mayor Kevin Faulconer delivers his sixth and final State of the City address Wednesday.

Two people were killed in a wrong-way crash Jan...

Wrong-Way Crash Kills 2, Seriously Injures 1 On I-5 In Carlsbad

Jan. 14
By City News Service

Two motorists were killed and a passenger suffered serious injuries Tuesday morning when a pickup truck heading the wrong way on Interstate 5 in Carlsbad crashed head-on into a sedan following a brief police pursuit in Oceanside.

Little Haiti in Tijuana, where thousands of Hai...

Haitians In Tijuana Look Back At A Decade Of Displacement Following 2010 Earthquake

Jan. 14
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Ten years ago this past Sunday, Haiti was rocked by an earthquake that left at least 100,000 people dead. Since, thousands of Haitians have come to America's southern border, only to find themselves marooned in Tijuana.

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New Call Center Encourages Apprehensive Immigrants To Complete The Census

Jan. 14
By Ebone Monet

"Community messengers" in City Heights try to advise immigrants who may not trust or understand the census.

U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter, center, leaves an arra...

GOP Rep. Duncan Hunter Resigns After Corruption Conviction

Jan. 13
By Associated Press

Congressman Duncan Hunter, R-Alpine, is expected to resign Monday afternoon, one month after pleading guilty to a corruption charge.

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Supporting Working Parents Can Boost Economy, Pair Of Studies Find

Jan. 13
By City News Service, Joe Hong

Two new reports found that child care options can be scarce for working parents in San Diego County. The good news is most employers want to help.

Lime employees gather scooters that were impoun...

Business Report: Lime Scooters Leave San Diego

Jan. 10
By Bennett Lacy

How the ongoing impeachment of President Donald Trump might delay action on the USMCA trade deal; Lime pulls its scooters out of San Diego; and the new television deal for the Mountain West conference.