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A former employee of the Sweetwater Union High School District who siphoned more than $50,000 from the district was sentenced Wednesday to a year of house arrest, three years of probation, and was ordered to repay the school district. Danya Margarita Williams of Chula Vista, 42, pleaded guilty in May to an embezzlement charge for […]
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A drunk driver who rear-ended a pregnant woman’s car in Ramona two years ago, killing the woman and her unborn child, was convicted Wednesday of charges that include murder, gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated and hit-and-run. Andrew Milonis, 46, is slated to be sentenced next month for the Mother’s Day 2017 crash that killed 29-year-old […]
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A man who allegedly threatened to “kill all the gays and the children” at this year’s San Diego Pride parade has been charged in a series of local bank robberies, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Wednesday. Andre Lafayette Holmes, 31, of San Diego, is accused of robbing a U.S. Bank in Spring Valley in November […]
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San Diego’s celebration of its 250th anniversary this week was a welcome reminder that what brings Americans together in 2019 is stronger that what divides us. While Washington was reeling from President Trump’s suggestion that four Congresswomen from immigrant families to “go back” to the “places from which they came,” the Kumeyaay flag was raised […]
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A brush fire broke out on a hillside above Harbison Canyon near Sycuan Casino on Wednesday, blackening several dozen open acres and prompting evacuations of nearby homes before crews were able to subdue the flames. The blaze erupted for unknown reasons off Vista de la Montana in the Dehesa area shortly before 4:30 p.m., according […]
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A drone designed and built in San Diego that revolutionized aerial surveillance and warfare turns 25 this month. The first model in General Atomics‘ Predator series made its initial flight in July 1994 and became operational with the U.S. military in 1995. More than 320 of the original Predator A drones were built before their production […]
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In 2009, the year Duncan D. Hunter first joined Congress, the Marines set up an office to police their trademarks. The Alpine Republican and Marine combat veteran apparently missed or disregarded the memo, especially the FAQ: I’m running for a political office and am a former Marine. Can I use Marine Corps trademarks on my […]
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Three companies that formerly manufactured lead paint have agreed to pay the city of San Diego $15 million to settle a nearly two-decade lawsuit over the use of their paint products in local homes, the City Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday. The payment is part of a $305 million settlement agreed to by The Sherwin-Williams Co., […]
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The San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos market had the sixth-highest average mortgage debt in the country among major metro areas in the year’s first quarter, according to data released Wednesday by the consumer credit reporting company Experian. The San Diego region ranked sixth with an average of $386,530 owed per homeowner. That average is a 2% increase […]
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From new bike lanes to ride share discounts and extra commuter trains, San Diego is gearing up to make sure pop culture fans can get to Comic-Con 2019 quickly and safely. The Metropolitan Transit System expects to provide 380,000 extra passenger trips during the event, and is selling commemorative passes covering two to five days […]

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