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A man died while being taken into custody at the Vista Detention Facility on Sunday. Jail safety advocates say this is the fourth in-custody death so far this year.
A budget deficit of $93.7 million has the San Diego Unified Board of Trustees considering teacher layoffs at their meeting on Tuesday.
A San Diego man who allegedly smuggled potent greenhouse gases from Mexico into the United States is the first in the nation to ever be prosecuted under a recently enacted law aimed at curbing climate change, it was announced Monday.
"Park-Way for a Day" is a proposal to temporarily close a portion of state Route 163 to cars and open it to pedestrians and cyclists with activities, food, art installations and music.
A recently obtained investigation says three separate engineering failures on the amphibious assault ship USS Boxer kept the warship from going to sea last year. Leaving the Pacific Fleet "less ready and less capable."
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