Five people survived overdosing on fentanyl on Dec. 7, 2017, in Alpine. On Monday, 30-year-old Chula Vista resident Joel Rodriguez was sentenced to federal prison for dealing the drug that led to the overdoses.
Five people in San Diego were struck by BBs, with one person being hospitalized.
The San Diego congressional delegation announced a legislative package that could allocate up to $2 billion in funding for infrastructure projects along the U.S.-Mexico border, including projects to stop the flow of toxic wastewater from Tijuana to the Pacific Ocean.
San Diego (KUSI) – This bailout comes after SDGE attempted unsuccessfully to have ratepayers pick up the tab for what the utility’s insurance did not cover. KUSI’s Steve Bosh has more on the story. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News
SAN DEIGO (KUSI) – KUSI’s Anna Laurel joins San Diego Women’s Foundation Executive Director Katie Sawyer and newly elected President Susan Howe. Categories: Local San Diego News
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The state licensing panel met this morning in a downtown hotel with an unusual item on the agenda; to decide on the consequences of an unwanted kiss on the lips. KUSI’s Sasha Foo is downtown with more on the story. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – After four decades of dumping there are some powerful voices ready to make a change. KUSI’s Dan Plante has more on the story. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News
Three homicides were committed three weeks in a row in two communities in southeastern San Diego.
California athletics regulators Monday lifted the license suspension on heavyweight boxer Kubrat Pulev, who kissed a reporter without consent during an on-camera interview
Five people in San Diego were struck by BBs, with one person being hospitalized. Incidents were also reported in Coronado and National City over the weekend.
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SAN DIEGO (AP) — The administration of President Donald Trump announced Monday that it will vastly expand the authority of immigration officers to deport migrants without allowing them to first appear before judges, its second major policy shift on immigration in eight days. Starting Tuesday, fast-track deportations can apply to anyone in the country illegally for less than two years. Previously, those deportations were largely limited to people arrested almost immediately after crossing the Mexican border. Kevin McAleenan, the acting Homeland Security secretary, portrayed the nationwide extension of “expedited removal” authority as another Trump administration effort to address an “ongoing crisis on the southern border” by freeing up beds in detention facilities and reducing a backlog of more than 900,000 cases in immigration courts. U.S. authorities do not have space to detain “the vast majority” of people arrested on the Mexican border, leading to the release of hundreds of thousands with notices to appear in court, McAleenan said in the policy directive to be published Tuesday in the Federal Register. He said Homeland Security officials with the new deportation power will deport migrants in the…
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insults and humiliates Californians concerned about ‘mandated vaccines’
In a California State Assembly hearing on SB 276, Chair of the Assembly Appropriations Committee, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insulted and humiliated members of the public who were in attendance to voice their concern on the immunization bill. Actor Rob Schneider then called out Lorena for this behavior on Twitter writing, “How do the good people of San Diego vote for this DESPICABLE & RUDE “Servant of the People?” Please CALL CAL Assemblywoman @LorenaSGonzalez & remind her this is not the SOVIET UNION & YOU ARE NOT THE CZAR OF CALI! 619-338-8090 or tel:(916)319-2080″ with the above video. Gonzalez is a supporter of SB 276, the bill would instead require the State Department of Public Health, by January 1, 2021, to develop and make available for use by licensed physicians and surgeons an electronic, standardized, statewide medical exemption request that would be transmitted using the California Immunization Registry (CAIR), and which, commencing January 1, 2021, would be the only documentation of a medical exemption that a governing authority may accept. Schneider continues to tweet out his complaints with the California “Super Majority” and what they are…
What started as a couple of guys working out by the bay quickly turned into a new type of exercise that raises the bar on what fitness can be. KUSI Sports photojournalist Allison Edmonds introduces us to the team known as the Bar Savages. Categories: Sports Tags: Bar Savages
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The Arc of San Diego is partnering with Neurodiversity in the Workplace and Thermo Fisher for a neurodiversity hiring/training program for candidates with autism. Selected candidates will attend a two-week training program at Thermo Fisher Scientific’s Carlsbad, CA location for roles specializing in data science and technology. To apply, send resume to email@example.com by August 1, 2019 For more information click here. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News