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SEAL Charged With War Crimes To Remain In Custody

April 18
By Steve Walsh

SEAL Chief Eddie Gallagher was taken into custody September 11, 2018. He was moved to the naval hospital in San Diego after the president issued a Tweet supporting his removal from the brig.

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San Diego County Jails Under Scrutiny For Numerous Deaths

April 18
By Jade Hindmon

Four prisoners died in less than six weeks at the San Diego Central Jail.

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UCSD Researchers Say Voter's Choice Act Increases Voter Turnout

April 18
By Jade Hindmon

UCSD Researchers are trying to find out who California's new Voter's Choice Act impacts.

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Gavin Newsom Filled His First 100 Days As California Governor With Splashy Announcements. Not All Are As Bold As They Appeared.

April 17
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

During his first 100 days as California’s 40th governor, Gavin Newsom has grabbed a lot of headlines. In some cases, the substance of Newsom’s announcements has yet to match the sizzle.

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Analysis: Safety Rules Give Homes Better Chance In Wildfires

April 17
By Associated Press

All told, about 51 percent of the 350 single-family homes built after 2008 in the path of the Camp Fire were undamaged, according to McClatchy's analysis of Cal Fire data and Butte County property records.

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Salk Scientists Plan To Combat Climate Change With Plants

April 17
By Mark Sauer, Megan Burke

A team of plant scientists at The Salk Institute believes their simple idea of harnessing the power of plants to capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and store it in their roots could have a dramatic impact on efforts to combat climate change.

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Apple, Qualcomm Announce Settlement In Patent Dispute

April 16
By City News Service

As opening statements were beginning in the San Diego federal trial of a long-standing patent dispute, technology giants Apple and Qualcomm announced a worldwide legal settlement Tuesday, along with a six-year licensing agreement.

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Patients Cycle Through The System Due To Shortage Of Mental Health Facilities

April 16
By Brooke Ruth, Jade Hindmon

There is a shortage of both inpatient and longer-term care facilities in San Diego County.

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Interview: Gavin Newsom Reflects On First 100 Days As California Governor, Sanctuary Policy, Wildfire Liability And Taxes

April 16
By Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s response to President Trump’s recent and repeated claims that the federal government should place Central American migrants seeking asylum in “sanctuary cities”? It’s already happening.