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Trump Expands Fast-Track Deportation Authority Across US

July 22
By Associated Press

The Trump administration is expanding the authority of immigration officers to deport migrants without requiring them to appear before judges ahead of deportation.

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Beehive Invention Looks To Backyard Beekeepers To Save Dying Bees

July 22
By John Carroll

Millions of bees are dying across the world because of a condition called, "colony collapse disorder." But an invention by an Australian father and son is helping small colonies of bees to survive, even thrive.

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Teen Mom, Newborn Eye New Life From Tijuana Migrant Shelter

July 22
By Associated Press

More people arrive each day and now their future is even more uncertain.

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Hot Weather Expected, Thunderstorms Possible in San Diego County

July 22
By City News Service

High temperatures Monday are expected to reach 84 near the coast and inland, 88 in the western valleys, 95 near the foothills, 95 in the mountains and 111 in the deserts.

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Orlando Bloom Calls Out San Diego Mayor In Comic-Con Dust-Up

July 22
By City News Service

Bloom claimed that the mayor said something to the effect of, "Oh no, I can't have anything to do with immigration" and left the activation for the new series from Amazon called "Carnival Row."

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San Diego City Council Set To Vote On 5G Technology Antenna Regulations

July 22
By Lynn Walsh

For the city to have 5G technology new antennas need to be installed on street lights and telephone poles.

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Ratepayer Lawsuit Claims New Wildfire Fund Law Unconstitutional

July 19
By David Washburn

Gov. Gavin Newsom says the law is needed to protect consumers from skyrocketing wildfire costs. Former City Attorney Michael Aguirre calls it an unlawful gift of public funds.

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City Expands Protected Bike Lane Network Just In Time For Comic-Con

July 19
By Andrew Bowen

The new bike lanes — which are also called "cycle tracks" — are separated from traffic with plastic poles and a line of parked cars.

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Roundtable: Change In Asylum Rules Strands Thousands

July 19
By Pat Finn

The Trump Administration's new rules on asylum mean migrants must receive an asylum determination from another country before applying in the U.S. If it takes affect, it will strand thousands in Mexico.

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Business Report: San Diego To Keep Comic-Con Through 2024

July 19
By Ebone Monet

This week in business: San Diego will keep Comic-Con through 2024 despite falling out of the top five cities for convention destinations, and Amazon says Prime Day sales beat out Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.

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