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ACLU Says DNA Collection Of Immigrants Is 'A Population Surveillance Tool'

Oct. 4
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Civil libertarians say immigration officials are overseeing a drastic expansion of how DNA is used on non-criminal populations by targeting the migrant population.

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Temecula Woman Among Victims To Benefit From Las Vegas Shooting Settlement

Oct. 3
By Matt Hoffman

Chelsea Romo, who lost an eye and suffered severe head trauma, was among hundreds of victims in the massacre at the Mandalay Bay Hotel two years ago.

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Study: California's Native American Students Suspended, Expelled At Higher Rates

Oct. 3
By Joe Hong

Native American students make up less than 1% of California’s public K-12 schools, but a new study found that they’re more likely to be suspended or expelled at a higher rate than the state average.

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Grand Jury Faults San Diego's Response To Dockless Scooters

Oct. 2
By Andrew Bowen

San Diego was slow to implement scooter regulations. As a result, reckless scooter riders filled city sidewalks, according to a recent San Diego County Grand Jury report. But the report is in many respects outdated, according to the city.

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Free EV Rides For San Diego Drivers On Clean Air Day

Oct. 2
By Erik Anderson

Free rides in electric vehicles for San Diego drivers who might be considering making the switch from gas-powered vehicles.

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First Hispanic Woman In Space Receives Honorary Degree From San Diego State

Oct. 2
By Shalina Chatlani

SDSU graduate Ellen Ochoa is the former director of the Johnson Space Center and became the first Hispanic woman to go to space in 1993.

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San Diego Mayor Touts City's Progress In Fixing Potholes

Oct. 2
By Priya Sridhar

Mayor Faulconer says potholes are being fixed in the city at a record rate. Some residents aren't so sure.

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'Operation Dress Code' Accepting Clothing Donations For Female Veterans

Oct. 2
By Matt Hoffman

The campaign to collect clothes for female veterans transitioning into civilian careers kicks off this week.

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Study Recommends Setting Goal Of 75,000 More Affordable Households In San Diego

Oct. 2
By Jim Bunner

The study by the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation looks closely at the high costs and challenges homeowners and renters face trying to make ends meet.

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Endangered Birds Released In Tijuana River Estuary

Oct. 1
By Erik Anderson

San Diego biologists released seven endangered Ridgway rails in the Tijuana River Estuary on Tuesday.

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San Diego County Launching Weekly Flu Reports Ahead Of Potentially Severe Season

Sept. 30
By Tarryn Mento

Two flu-related deaths so early in the season prompted San Diego County public health officials to begin its weekly tallies on cases and fatalities.

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9th Circuit Court Agrees To Hear Duncan Hunter's Appeal

Sept. 27
By Alexander Nguyen

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals this week agreed to hear the congressman's appeal in the corruption case against him.

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SANDAG Shifts Funds To Fast Track Transit, Highway Projects

Sept. 27
By Andrew Bowen

Elected officials on the SANDAG board approved budget amendments aimed at getting more transportation projects ready for construction. But the agency's executive director warned two proposed freeway widenings could put SANDAG "in legal jeopardy."

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Judge Rules Against Trump Administration Over Detention Of Migrant Children

Sept. 27
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

A federal judge in Los Angeles on Friday decided the Trump administration's new rules to hold migrant children indefinitely are illegal.

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Roundtable: Impeachment Inquiry Launched

Sept. 27
By Alison St John, Aly Sadik

The House of Representatives looks toward the impeachment of President Trump. An investigation into San Diego County's jail system raises concern. SDG&E pushes for change, but how much could it cost customers.