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Carlsbad Get A New Way To Connect Commuters With The COASTER

Aug. 19
By John Carroll

The COASTER commuter train began service between Oceanside and San Diego in 1995. But like any rail or bus mass transit system, there’s been the challenge of what’s called “first mile - last mile." The Carlsbad Connector hopes to meet that challenge.

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New Report Details Nearly a Quarter Century of Police Shootings

Aug. 19
By Claire Trageser

The report by the San Diego District Attorney's Office found that 40% of the shootings involved a white officer and a non-white suspect.

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SDSU Bans Dockless Scooters Ahead Of School Year

Aug. 19
By Matt Hoffman

The university made the decision after seeing an increase in bicycle, scooter and skateboard accidents.

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Police: Torrey Highlands Couple Found Dead At Home Apparently Murdered by Son

Aug. 19
By City News Service

A Torrey Highlands couple found dead in their home over the weekend apparently were slain by their son, who then killed himself by jumping off a freeway overpass.

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Underground Lakes And A Vanished Church Await In California Cavern

Aug. 19
Carly Severn / KQED

Hidden in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, California Cavern became the first cave to open to the public in the state in the 1850s. It’s still operational 170 years later, and its unique sights are as astonishing now as they were to those first visitors.

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Cal State Fullerton Employee Killed In Campus Stabbing

Aug. 19
By Associated Press

The victim, who was not immediately identified, was in his late 50s and worked in international student admissions at the sprawling campus in Orange County, police said.

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California Gov. Newsom Signs Law To Limit Shootings By Police

Aug. 19
Don Thompson / Associated Press

The law by Democratic Assemblywoman Shirley Weber of San Diego will allow police to use lethal force only when necessary to defend against an imminent threat of death or serious injury to officers or bystanders.

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San Diego's Chaldean Community Reeling After Deported Chaldean Man's Death In Iraq

Aug. 19
By Max Rivlin-Nadler

Earlier this month, Jimmy Aldaoud, a Chaldean man from Michigan, died shortly after being deported to Iraq. He was one of the first Chaldeans, a group of Iraqi Christians, to be deported to Iraq following a 2017 agreement between Iraq and the United States.

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Phil Mickelson Late To The Course After Lightning Hits Hotel

Aug. 19
Doug Ferguson / Associated Press

Mickelson eventually got to the course in time to change shoes in the parking lot, but not after a tweet saying that his clubs served as a fire retardant. He headed to the range to warm up, pausing only to answer the phone when his wife called to check on him.

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Officials Seize Marijuana Mixed With Jalapeño Peppers

Aug. 19
By Associated Press

A CBP news release says officers discovered more than 7,500 pounds of marijuana in the peppers' pallets.

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