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Hotels For The Homeless Population Become Permanent

SAN DIEGO, CA - San Diego's Housing Commission has partnered with the city to purchase two hotels, destined for conversion. They're to become permanent housing for the homeless. God forbid, you lose your residence. Becoming homeless in America is a shockingly common trend. An estimated 151,278 individuals currently experience homelessness in California alone. Secondly, thirty-eight people out of 10,000 people are without abode. It's not a fun life. There's confusion,…

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Pets While On The Road: Trucking Loses Its Loneliness

San Diego, CA - Pets are always a great companion. In the house or on the road they help give comfort and break the silence of long trips and lonely nights. Now, more than ever, truck drivers are looking for company on the road - a no - its not your friendly neighborhood truck stop employee, its pets! From dogs to cats, drivers are looking to keep themselves from tiring…

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San Diego Schools to Continue Remote Learning in the Fall

San Diego Schools announced Monday that they will return to remote learning in the Fall. Both the San Diego Unified School District and Los Angeles Unified highlighted the risk of returning to in-person classes. With COVID-19 cases continuing to rise, students may be studying at home for some time to come. Initially, SDUSD proposed a plan in which students would return to campus as early as Aug 31. Simultaneously, schools…

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SUV: More Deadly Than Passenger Cars

Reports have shown that the SUV poses a greater threat to pedestrians than standard passenger cars. The data comes from a new U.S. insurance industry study. The study conducted that SUV's can be built to be safer for the surrounding environment. The appeal for these vehicles comes from a multitude of functions. For many outdoor enthusiasts, the space and dexterity of the vehicle are exciting features. For many with kids,…

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Tesla Defies Orders: Opens Alameda Facility

Tesla, the worlds leading electric car company has been in a bind since COVID-19 hit the US. The global market has taken a nosedive. With auto sellers and retailers taking on massive hardships, so have automakers. Where multiple other automotive companies have been able to restart their facilities, the governor of Alameda has remained vigilant on it's locked down procedures. Tesla Opens Despite Lock Down Musk has been on a…

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Protest Planned By Woman Already Cited

After already receiving notice she faces a citation for disobeying social distancing orders, one San Diego woman plans a second protest for Sunday. 27-year-old Naomi Soria originally appeared at a so-called "freedom" protest last weekend. An estimated 400 individuals flocked to flout social distancing orders implemented for public safety in a protest against Governor Gavin Newsom's executive action. As a proud member of the group, Soria posted information about the…

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Renters Strike Amid Economic Crisis

While the public health crisis of coronavirus sweeps the country, it brings with it a simultaneous economic crisis. Renters in San Diego struggle to make ends meet during quarantine, when most businesses remain closed to stem the spread of the outbreak. In response to financial concerns, a renters strike, proposed by the San Diego Tenants Union, instructs renters not to pay rent during the pandemic. Many San Diegans work customer…

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Lawsuit Filed In Case Involving Gouged Eyes

After a bipolar woman gouged out her own eyes in police custody, she filed a lawsuit against the County of San Diego. The incident began on May 6 of last year, when police arrested Tanya Suarez, now 24, at a South Bay hotel. Prior to the arrest, Suarez consumed drugs with a group of friends. She recounts seeing a man enter the room and open a bag of knives. Whether…

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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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