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San Diego DA Releases Video Of Officer Involved Shootings And In Custody Deaths

Dec. 14
By Priya Sridhar

The San Diego District Attorney's office released its findings on officer-involved shootings and in custody deaths for 2018.

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Business Report: San Diego Sees Rosy Apple Outlook

Dec. 14
By Ebone Monet, Kris Vera-Phillips

Apple expands to San Diego, holiday shoppers search for discounts and women lead the charge at the box office.

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High Hopes For Legal Marijuana Businesses In Chula Vista

Dec. 14
By Matt Hoffman

The city of Chula Vista held an informational meeting Wednesday about what marijuana growers and sellers can expect from the upcoming licensing and application process.

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California Mandates 100-Percent Zero-Emission Bus Fleet

Dec. 14
By Associated Press

California moved Friday to eliminate fossil fuels from its fleet of 12,000 transit buses, enacting a first-in-the-nation mandate that will vastly increase the number of electric buses on the road.

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San Diego Tops The State For Veteran Suicides

Dec. 14
By Steve Walsh

San Diego had the highest number of suicides, higher than Los Angeles County, which has more veterans. Experts struggle to say why.

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Groups Speak Out To Support President Trump's Border Wall

Dec. 14
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

Multiple groups are holding a press conference near the border in San Ysidro Friday to show their support for President Trump's proposed border wall.

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Roundtable: Power Shift In San Diego Politics

Dec. 14
By Kris Vera-Phillips, Mark Sauer

New leaders take over at San Diego City Hall, security concerns for Navy Ships on the San Diego Bay and divisive rhetoric about asylum seekers in Tijuana.

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HiCaliber Horse Rescue Evicted From Valley Center Ranch

Dec. 14
By Megan Wood / inewsource

The ranch’s owners are suing HiCaliber and its co-founders for $4 million, alleging damage to the property, breach of contract and negligence

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Nationwide Wave Of Email Bomb Threats Puts Law Enforcement On Alert

Dec. 14
By City News Service

Law enforcement authorities across the San Diego area Thursday investigated dozens of bogus emailed bomb threats received as part of a wave of similar menacing messages targeting businesses, schools and other locations across the nation in a bid to generate ransom payments.

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Underwater Drones From San Diego Are Tracking Krill Near Antarctica

Dec. 14
By Erik Anderson

San Diego researchers are tracking krill a half a world away, thanks to remotely controlled drones.

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