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  • San Diego officer dies after 'unprovoked' shooting

     
    San Diego police officer Jeremy Henwood has died from wounds suffered in an “assassination,” a solemn-faced police Chief Bill Lansdowne announced Sunday. Henwood, 36, a four-year veteran of the police department, was also a captain in the...
  • As 9/11 anniversary approaches, San Diego officials ask residents to be on alert

     
    Sept. 11 and San Diego. With the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks approaching, San Diego political and law enforcement officials Wednesday launched a campaign to warn residents to look for signs of terrorist planning....
  • 2 sewage pumps fail in San Diego blackout, contaminating waters

     
    The blackout in San Diego caused two sewage pumps to fail, contaminating a lagoon and a river feeding into San Diego Bay, officials said Thursday night. One pump sent sewage into the Sweetwater River that feeds into southern portion of......
  • San Diego tap water declared safe; boil warning lifted

     
    In the aftermath of Thursday's regional blackout, residents in eight neighborhoods were warned that tap water should be boiled before being used for drinking or cooking....
  • President Obama lands in San Diego for fundraiser

     
    Air Force One, carrying President Barack Obama, just landed at Miramar Marine Corps Air Station in mid-San Diego....
  • Governor signs bill that could help San Diego keep Chargers

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Tuesday that San Diego boosters hope will assist in building a stadium to replace aging Qualcomm Stadium and keep the Chargers from leaving for Los Angeles. AB900 would provide other stadium projects statewide much......
  • Occupy San Diego: ACLU wants charges dropped against protesters

     
    The ACLU sought Friday to have charges dropped against 51 protesters from the Occupy San Diego movement who were arrested when police cleared the civic plaza and a downtown park about 2 a.m. Kevin Keenan, executive director of the ACLU......
  • City Council seeks greater oversight of superstores

    City Council seeks greater oversight of superstores
    The City Council Wednesday tentatively approved an ordinance to require developers to conduct an economic and community impact study before a "superstore'' could be built in San Diego. "It is hard to compete as a small business owner, with their buying...
  • City and schools face cuts after props fail

    City and schools face cuts after props fail
    There are tough choices ahead for city officials and school administrators in the coming months, now that voters have denied Propositions D and J at the polls Tuesday. However, for both sides, the focus now is moving forward. "Put everything on the...
  • Slain officer praised during emotional funeral

    Slain officer praised during emotional funeral
    Hundreds of law enforcement officers from across California gathered Thursday along with state and local dignitaries and mourning members of the public to pay final respects to a veteran San Diego patrolman and father of two gunned down in the line of...
  • Lindbergh terminal expansion gets under way

    Lindbergh terminal expansion gets under way
    Work began Wednesday on a $1 billion expansion of San Diego International Airport's Terminal 2. The project, dubbed "The Green Build'' for its environmentally sustainable building practices, will include 10 more gates, a dual-level arrival and...