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California Governor Signs Wildfire Bill To Pay Victims

July 15
By Associated Press

California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law on Friday that shores up the state's biggest electric utilities in the face of catastrophic wildfires and claims for damage from past blazes caused by their equipment.

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Chevron Ordered To Halt Oil Spill Into California Canyon

July 15
By Associated Press

The seep out of the ground where Chevron injects steam to extract underground crude oil has been happening on and off since May.

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Details Of Midway Police Shooting Remain Under Wraps Despite Transparency Law

July 15
By Claire Trageser

A new state law aimed at opening up police investigations is not helping in the case of an officer killing a man armed only with a pen.

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MTS To Spend $34M On New Fare Collection System

July 15
Lauren J. Mapp / inewsource

The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System plans to spend $34 million for a new “tap-and-go” fare collection system that will replace one that some riders find inconvenient and that the agency says is outdated.

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Weeklong Immigration Sweep Nets 20 Arrests In San Diego Area

July 15
By City News Service

The five-day crackdown, dubbed Operation Cross Check VII, focused on immigration fugitives with final removal orders and criminal convictions or charges against them, according to ICE public affairs.

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Heat Wave Waning In County Deserts, Cooler Weather To Follow

July 15
By City News Service

An excessive heat warning for desert areas is set to expire at 8 p.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

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San Diego Libraries Offering Limited Edition Pride Library Cards

July 12
By City News Service

The city of San Diego's library system announced that it will begin offering limited edition library cards Friday celebrating San Diego Pride.

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San Diego Man Shares Memories Of Stonewall

July 12
By John Carroll

A man who was at the Stonewall riots shares his memories of the evolution of the gay rights movement.

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Business Report: 200 Jobs To Be Lost As Local Tuna Sells Off Fishing Boats

July 12
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: South Pacific Tuna cites federal regulations for why it's downsizing, Jack in the Box completes a $1.3 billion refinancing deal and McDonald's ups their game against Chik-fil-A's chicken sandwich.

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Roundtable: African Migrants Protest Treatment By Mexican Authorities In Tijuana

July 12
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

Migrants from Cameroon have been waiting in Tijuana for more than two months to cross into the U.S. to seek asylum. Most are members of the English-speaking minority, which has faced intense persecution since 2016.

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