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New Details Emerge On Investigation Of SDSU Student's Death

Jan. 20
By Joe Hong

A report from the San Diego Union-Tribune found that the police did not interview key potential witnesses to the death of Dylan Hernandez.

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AmeriCorps Members Honor MLK At City Heights' New Roots Community Farm

Jan. 20
By Ebone Monet

The micro farm, founded more than a decade ago by members of San Diego's refugee community, is situated on 54th Street in City Heights.

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USS Lincoln Arrives In San Diego After Record-Breaking Deployment

Jan. 20
By Steve Walsh

Carrier broke its own record for the longest deployment by a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, staying deployed 294 days before arriving in San Diego.

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Do You Have A Smart Speaker? A Smart TV? A Smart House? If So, We'd Like To Talk To You

Jan. 20
By Amita Sharma

We're looking for people who use a lot of smart devices in their homes, specifically smart speakers like Alexa, Apple watches, Fitbits and smart televisions. We're interested in speaking to you.

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'The 50th' Tells Story Of Hunter Resignation, Race To Replace Him

Jan. 20
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

The scandal that forced Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter to resign his congressional seat is the subject of a new San Diego Union-Tribune documentary series called: "The 50TH: A scandal. A dynasty. An election."

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Actor Alan Alda Partners With Scripps Research To Improve How Scientists Communicate

Jan. 20
By John Carroll, Maureen Cavanaugh

Alan Alda has a mission — to teach scientists how to be better listeners and communicators. He wants them to be able to empathize with their audiences, to communicate their work in understandable and compelling ways.

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Migrants Ford River From Guatemala To Mexico

Jan. 20
By Associated Press

Guardsmen scrambled too, trying to head off groups and detaining people where they could. There was pushing and shoving. Some guardsmen carried plastic riot shields hit with rocks tossed by migrants and they occasionally zipped a rock back into the crowd. Others jogged to get into position with long staffs. Still others carried assault rifles.

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San Diego City, County Offices Closed On MLK Day

Jan. 20
By City News Service

All San Diego city and county government offices will be closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

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Illegal Crossings Plunge As US Extends Policy Across Border

Jan. 20
By Associated Press

Adolfo Cardenas smiles faintly at the memory of traveling with his 14-year-old son from Honduras to the U.S.-Mexico border in only nine days, riding buses and paying a smuggler $6,000 to ensure passage through highway checkpoints.

Candidates for San Diego City Council District ...

One Republican, 2 Dems Vie For San Diego City Council District 5, Once A GOP Stronghold

Jan. 20
By Claire Trageser

Three major candidates, two Democrats and a Republican, are running in the March primary to replace termed-out Councilman Mark Kersey.

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