Measure C supporters give Valentine’s Day candy to convention center attendees

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Measure C supporters found a festive way to promote their campaign this Valentine’s Day, while at the same time educating voters. Supporters handed out Valentine’s Day candy to tourists at hotels near the convention center Friday in order to raise awareness about Measure C. Measure C is an initiative to increase the hotel visitor tax for convention center expansion, homelessness programs and street repairs. San Diegans will be voting on the measure this March. Categories: Local San Diego News Tags: Decision 2020

ICE subpoenas San Diego Sheriff’s Department for migrant-arrest information

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – For the first time, federal immigration authorities Friday served subpoenas on a local law enforcement agency in California — the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department — in a bid to compel it to release migrant-arrest information protected by sanctuary state legislation. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials took the unusual step because state law prevents the department from honoring immigration “detainers” — holds on people living in the country illegally in local custody — and “prohibits it from granting requests for non-public information to assist in locating criminal aliens that have been or will be released from custody,” according to an ICE statement. Late Friday afternoon, the sheriff’s department acknowledged that it had received the four subpoenas “and is in the process of reviewing them.” “If able to, the department will comply with the lawful requests in a timely manner,” said Lt. Ricardo Lopez, media relations director for the sheriff’s department. According to ICE, most of the nation’s local law enforcement agencies willingly provide federal immigration officials with information about people arrested on suspicion of criminal offenses who are living in…

San Diego County Taxpayers Association creates nonpartisan March 2020 voter guide

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – We are less than three weeks away from election night and the San Diego County Taxpayers Association has created a nonpartisan voters guide to help voters make informed decisions when it comes to measures and how they affect the county. Haney Hong, San Diego County Taxpayers Associations President/CEO & Taxpayer Watchdog, was in studio to talk about it. For more info: March 2020 Voters Guide: Categories: In Studio Guests, Local San Diego News, Politics

Democratic Candidates Bring Campaigns to Nevada

As the Democratic presidential race hurtles toward Nevada, candidates in the still-crowded field are jumping into their first test in a racially diverse state with solid union muscle and shaky plans for a presidential caucus. Nevada has no obvious front-runner, though Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders heads into the contest on strong footing. The state has received only a sliver of the attention of the first two states on the primary calendar, Iowa and New Hampshire. Looking at the jumbled field, the state’s most powerful union decided to take a pass on endorsing a candidate, rather than make a divisive choice or risk picking a loser. Most of the state’s most prominent officials have stayed neutral. The open race has every Democrat spending much of the next week searching for fortunes in the state’s working-class neighborhoods, union halls, casino convention halls and stuccoed suburbs. For Sanders and former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, it’s a chance to prove their staying power after strong finishes in Iowa and New Hampshire. For former Vice President Joe Biden and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, it could be a life…

Buena Park Couple Gets Airborne Baby Shower While Returning Home With Adopted Baby Girl

Caren and Dustin Moore of Buena Park were on their way home from Colorado with their just-adopted infant daughter in November when they received an outpouring of support from strangers, who threw together an impromptu baby shower for the brand new family. Once word of their situation spread, flight crew and fellow passengers alike on the Southwest Airlines flight decided to celebrate the adoption, passing the couple notes written on napkins, cash and other mementos they had on-hand. The Moores said they were touched by the kindness shown to them by strangers. Nerissa Knight reports for the KTLA 5 News on Feb. 14, 2020.

2 Injured In Shooting At Arleta House Party, Investigation Underway

ARLETA (CBSLA) — Police were investigating a shooting that injured at least two people at an Arleta house party Friday night. Officers were called to the scene at 13418 Rangoon Street shortly before 11 p.m. Two people were struck by gunfire, reports SKY2’s Stu Mundel. One victim was reported in extremely critical condition. This story is developing.  

CSUN Student Stuck in China Amid COVID-19 Crisis

A Cal State University Northridge student who travelled to China to study Mandarin is now among those trapped overseas in the midst of the nation’s COVID-19 crisis. The virus outbreak began just two days after Samson Adame arrived in China, looking forward to experiencing the Lunar New Year in a small village. Adame is now under quarantine, along with the rest of the village. After nearly a month, Adame’s mother, Nancy Krank, said she can’t help but worry. “You hear every day it seems to get worse and worse,” she said. ““It’s hard to concentrate and keep positive, but I have my faith and I know he’ll be taken care of.” Jennifer McGraw reports for the KTLA 5 News on Feb. 14, 2020.

Authorities ID man killed in Sunnyvale mobile home fire

SUNNYVALE – A man killed in a fire at a Sunnyvale mobile home park on Jan. 20 has been identified by the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office as 71-year-old Harry White. The blaze ignited just before 10 p.m. at a residence in the El Dorado Mobile Home Park at 600 East Weddell Drive, according to the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety. Crews kept the flames from spreading to other mobile homes and later found White dead inside the residence. A second occupant, 67-year-old Darui White, was taken to a in critical condition. She died of her injuries two days later. The deaths stunned park resident Gail Rubino, who said there hadn’t been a fatal fire in the past 10 or so years. “The flames were really high. It was really sad,” Rubino said in an interview just days after the blaze. Related Articles One man killed, another injured in Oakland house fire San Jose: One injured in fire at vacant home California firefighters return from battling blazes in Australia San Jose: Worker injured in apartment building fire Illegal San Jose grow house causes electrical…

San Jose: Man knocked unconscious during parking dispute

SAN JOSE – A man was caught on camera punching and knocking another man to the ground during a dispute over a vehicle parked on a red curb in San Jose on Friday afternoon. The altercation was reported about 12:50 p.m. in the 300 block of North 3rd Street, near East Julian Street, said San Jose police Sgt. Enrique Garcia. The suspect left the scene in a gray Toyota SUV before officers arrived. Garcia said the victim was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not considered life-threatening. Jill Neal filmed the dispute from her second-story apartment. She had just gotten out of the shower when she heard two men arguing. She said she yelled at them to break it up. The men ignored or didn’t hear her, Neal said, so she grabbed her phone and started recording. Neal said parking is tight in the area and people often stop on the red curb to wait for a space to open up. But the red curb is near a driveway and vehicles that stop there make it difficult to access. That’s what sparked the…

New video shows 2018 crash that killed two Antioch teens; alleged driver to stand trial

MARTINEZ — Two videos have been made public showing the fiery 2018 crash on Highway 24 that claimed the lives of two Antioch teens, as well as the atmosphere inside the car minutes before the tragedy. The videos, obtained through a public records request, show a 2000 Honda Civic spinning out on Highway 24, crashing into a jersey barrier, and exploding in a hail of sparks. The car flew off the highway just before the Interstate 680 junction and landed 40-50 feet below, police said. John Walizada, 18, and Dakarai Fagorala, 17, were both killed, and the car’s three other occupants — including the suspected driver, Ramya Ramey, 19 — were all seriously injured. Ramey has been charged with two counts of vehicular manslaughter, and prosecutors believe she was driving at speeds exceeding 90 mph when the Honda spun out. The crash happened shortly before 3:40 a.m. on Aug. 12, 2018, when the group of five friends — described by Fagorala’s mom as the “Breakfast Club” of Deer Valley High School — were heading back from a club in San Francisco. They had been close…

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