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Mexican Jail Holds San Diegan After Crash

A surf trip to Rosarito turned ugly for one San Diego man this past Sunday. 41-year-old Rob Thomas remains in Mexican jail as friends and family scramble to free him. His alleged crime involves a car collision for which Mexican authorities found Thomas at fault. After dining on some tacos with his girlfriend, Thomas traveled through an intersection in his pickup truck where he collided with a passenger van. The…

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Streetlight Cameras Fuel Privacy Debate

San Diegans likely catch sight of the subtle boxes attached to streetlights around city streets. The small lenses capture the goings-on of the streets and sidewalks below. But how effective do streetlight cameras prove? And how does law enforcement utilize their data? A report from NBC 7 Investigates uncovered a trove of information regarding statistics on the streetlight cameras. In the report, they studied the length of time between August…

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Labor Unions Cleared Of Hotel’s Accusations

On Tuesday, a federal court judge threw out a lawsuit from a hotel chain alleging illegal behavior on the part of labor unions. The decision marks a victory for local labor warry of new developments. Evans Hotels, a company operating three resorts located within San Diego, filed the suit. In it, they claim labor unions engaged in extortion and bribery. Furthermore, claim labor leadership employed the criminal tactics to derail…

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Small Plane Lands on California Interstate

CARLSBAD, CA – A small plane was forced to make an emergency landing on a San Diego-area highway. According to authorities, the pilot and his only passenger walked away unharmed. Furthermore, the plane, specifically a single-engine Cessna lost power and had to make a hard landing. Moreover, the plane landed in Carlsbad, in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5. As per the city’s fire department Division Chief Mike Lopez, the…

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FBI Finds Hazardous Materials in La Jolla

SAN DIEGO, CA – Federal agents discovered a great deal of hazardous materials in La Jolla Thursday. With a search warrant in hand, FBI arrived at a La Jolla home and in their search uncovered dangerous chemicals. As a result, residents in the area were forced to evacuate while hazardous-materials workers removed the potentially dangerous chemicals. Moreover, those residing in the 600 block of Wrelton Drive were forced to vacate…

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Fatality in Logan Heights House Fire

SAN DIEGO, CA – A Logan Heights house fire took the life of one resident, while leaving three others hospitalized. According to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, the deadly fire occurred on Sunday. Moreover, the Logan Heights house fire was reported at 4:24 a.m. in the 3100 block of Clay Avenue. Additionally, reports state that the victims were trapped inside the home while the home was on fire. SDFD Battalion…

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Police Pursuit Ends in Car Crash

SAN DIEGO, CA – A car chase which ensued early Thursday morning ended in a crash in the Mountain view area of San Diego. The crash damaged several cars in the process. Moreover, San Diego police attempted to pull over a Ford Fusion around 3 a.m. due to an expired registration. However, the driver refused to comply and drove away. Thus, leading police on a wild pursuit. According to reports,…

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Semi-Truck Bursts into Flames

SAN DIEGO, CA – A semi-truck erupted into flames after enduring a crash Friday morning. The driver of the big rig bore minor injuries. However, thousands of residents in the Barrio Logan section of San Diego were left without power. Furthermore, reports of the crash came in around 2 a.m. According to San Diego Fire-Rescue, the driver lost control of his semi-truck for reasons that are still unclear. Moreover, the…

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San Diego Dog Taken on High-Speed Chase

SAN DIEGO, CA – A small dog was involved in a high-speed chase throughout San Diego early Tuesday morning. According to the California Highway Patrol, the police pursuit began when a driver refused to pull over. The driver was speeding on Interstate 8 near 70th Street driving westbound before officers attempted to pull him over. The driver is still unidentified. At first, the driver pulled his car over along the…

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E. coli kills 1 at San Diego County Fair

SAN DIEGO, California - Multiple children contracted E. coli at the San Diego County Fair. Additionally, the fair happened in June. Furthermore, four children became sick. Also, the children are between the ages of 2 and 13 years old. Specifically, officials believe the children contracted the bacteria after spending time in the petting zoo at the fair. Currently, one child died. That child was a 2 year old boy named…

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