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California Pot Regulators Struggling With Job, Audit Says

July 18
By Associated Press

About two-thirds of the 219 staff positions authorized for the Bureau of Cannabis Control remain unfilled, according to an audit by the state Finance Department. A shortage of staff in the enforcement unit is hindering the agency's ability to conduct investigations.

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Brush Fire Breaks Out Near El Cajon

July 17
By City News Service

brush fire broke out on a hillside above Harbison Canyon Wednesday, burning several dozen open acres and prompting evacuations of nearby homes before crews were able to subdue the flames.

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Man, Woman Found Dead In Borrego Springs Home

July 18
By City News Service

Deputies responded Wednesday to the 2900 block of Double O Road, where a woman had reported she hadn't seen her neighbors since Friday.

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Mission Valley's Population Could Triple Under New Growth Plan

July 17
By Andrew Bowen

The long-overdue zoning update would add more high-density housing and make the car-congested neighborhood more bike and pedestrian-friendly.

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Del Mar Opening Day Attracts Racing Enthusiasts And Protesters

July 17
By Lynn Walsh

In addition to the spectators, a group of protesters gathered for the kickoff to the 80th season of horse racing at Del Mar.

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The United State Of Women Looks To Break Down Barriers

July 17
By Ebone Monet

San Diego's Ambassador of The United State Of Women talks about barriers the organization believes are holding back women and what can be done to break them down.

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Gun Shows Back At Del Mar Later This Year

July 17
By Matt Hoffman

Shows are scheduled for September and December following a judge's order in June that a ban be lifted until a final ruling in a federal lawsuit.

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Rep. Duncan Hunter Outpacing Opponents In Campaign Fundraising

July 17
By Tom Fudge

Congressman's indictment for misusing campaign funds hasn't prevented him from getting more money.

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California Stopped Tracking Sexual Harassment Complaints Years Ago. That Left Leaders Without Answers In The Me Too Era

July 17
Scott Rodd / Capital Public Radio

California stopped tracking sexual harassment complaints in 2012. Some observers fear that hampered the state’s ability to monitor, and prevent misconduct.

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City Of San Diego Awarded $15 Million In Lead Paint Settlement

July 17
By City News Service

The payment is part of a $305 million settlement agreed to by The Sherwin-Williams Co., ConAgra Grocery Products and NL Industries, resolving a lawsuit filed by jurisdictions across the state. The $15 million awarded to San Diego will go toward removing lead paint from homes within the city.

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