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8Chan Subpoena, ‘To Protect And Slur’, Golden State Killer Podcast

A federal search warrant revealed that the gunman in the Poway synagogue shooting had developed a hatred of Judaism 18 months before the fatal attack. Also, a new report connects hundreds of law enforcement officers to online hate groups, a $44 million rapid transit route from San Diego State University to downtown is slower than the route it replaced, City Heights leaders have been fighting for five years to have a mural painted in Teralta Park and a new podcast from the Los Angeles Times tells the untold story of the Golden State Killer case.

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Search Warrant Cites Poway Synagogue Shooter's Hatred Of Judaism

June 17
By Andrew Bowen, Associated Press

The sole gunman in a Southern California synagogue shooting in which a woman was killed told an investigator he adopted his hatred of Judaism 18 months before the fatal attack, according to a federal search warrant.

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Report Connects Hundreds Of Law Enforcement Officers To Online Hate Groups

June 18
By Jade Hindmon

An investigation by Reveal from the Center for Investigative Reporting found numerous police officers post and engage with racist memes, conspiracy theories and Islamophobia as members of Facebook hate groups.

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$44 Million Mid-City Bus Rapid Transit Route Is Slower Than Route It Replaced

June 18
Lauren J. Mapp / inewsource

Federal and local taxes paid $44 million for a bus rapid transit route from San Diego State University to downtown that is slower on average than the route it replaced, according to an inewsource analysis.

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City Heights Leaders Fight For Five Years For Mural In Teralta Park

June 18
By Priya Sridhar

A handful of community leaders and residents have gathered in City Heights every few weeks for five years to try to get a mural painted in their neighborhood.

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'Man In The Window' Tells Untold Story Of The Golden State Killer Case

June 18
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

A new podcast by the Los Angeles Times tells the untold story of the origins of the Golden State Killer and the man police now believe is responsible for a dozen murders and four dozen rapes across California in the 1970s.

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How One Church Became A Migrant Processing Center

June 17
Benjamin Gottlieb / KCRW

For many of the more than 4,000 asylum seekers that have passed through this church since October, this is the first real meal they have had in days.

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San Diego Congresswoman Susan Davis Supports Green New Deal

June 17
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

Davis announced her plans to sign on to the legislative framework for responding to global warming at a forum she hosted on climate's impacts on security and the economy on Saturday. The event included a Q-and-A with a panel of climate change experts.

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What's Next After Administrative Shake-Up At Lincoln High School?

June 17
By Jade Hindmon

The day after graduation, last week, the school’s principal and three vice principals were removed from their positions.

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How Ice A Half A World Away Affects Southern California Sea Levels

June 17
By Erik Anderson

Scripps researchers are examining the changing ice sheets on Greenland and Antarctica and considering the implications for Southern California.

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Roundtable: Plea Change In Hunter Corruption Case

June 14
By Bennett Lacy, Mark Sauer

The wife of Congressman Duncan Hunter pleads guilty in the couple’s corruption case, the military grants media access to its border mission in Texas, and San Diego State University plans to reform its scholarship system after millions of dollars were unawarded.

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