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An alert bystander called 911 on Friday after seeing two people wearing masks go into a Rancho San Diego cellphone store, allowing deputies to arrive in time to catch the masked gunmen — who turned out to be teenage boys — and arrest them as they tried to flee, sheriff’s officials said. The...

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In 2011, Apple began talks with Qualcomm about using the San Diego company’s chips in iPhones for the first time. But there was a catch, said Qualcomm Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf in testimony Friday in federal court in San Jose. Apple proposed switching from Infineon Technologies — which...

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Employees at a U.S. Bank branch in San Diego’s Oak Park neighborhood were robbed Friday for the second time in three months, police said. The latest robbery at the bank on Federal Boulevard and Euclid Avenue was reported a little before 2:10 p.m. Friday, San Diego police Officer Robert Heims...

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Amid a 21-day government shutdown, Rep. Scott Peters, D-San Diego, delivered the Democrat’s Weekly Address Friday afternoon expressing his support for border security and strongly criticizing President Donald Trump’s demand for an extended border wall. He called on the president and Senate...

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A 28-year-old motorcyclist was hospitalized Friday with head trauma and other serious injuries after colliding with a van in Miramar, police said. The crash happened a little before 9:50 a.m. when the van turned out of a private driveway into the path of the rider on his 2003 Yamaha R1 on Carroll...

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The San Diego Zoo says it set a record for attendance in 2018, seeing more than 4 million visitors for the first time in its 102-year history. In addition, combined attendance at the zoo and its sister, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, reached a record of more than 5.5 million. More than 1.5...

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Lewis L. Judd, a pioneering UC San Diego psychiatrist who became the nation’s top mental health official and helped convince the government to invest in the study of brain biology as a way of figuring out how to treat diseases like depression, died on Dec. 16 in San Diego. He was 88. Judd, who...

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Authorities are investigating after a body was found Friday morning in a harbor-area creek in the vicinity of West 8th Street and Harbor Drive at Navel Base San Diego. The body may have been in the water a couple of weeks, a Harbor Police sergeant said. There were no indications of suspicious...

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A Florida surgeon who removed a woman’s “fully-functioning” kidney after mistaking the organ for a cancerous mass has agreed to pay $3,000 in addition to other penalties to who?, according to court documents from the Florida Board of Medicine that surfaced this week. According to court...

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A Milwaukee bus driver is being hailed for her heroic actions after rescuing a toddler who was running barefoot and alone on a freeway overpass. Irena Ivic found the girl in below-freezing weather on Dec. 22, wearing a red onesie and a diaper, and headed toward an intersection. After stopping the...

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A 21-year-old man is jailed in the deaths of a Wisconsin couple he killed because he wanted to kidnap their teenage daughter, investigators said Friday, a day after the girl approached a stranger along a rural road saying she'd been abducted in October and held against her will. Jake Thomas...

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Each week, we highlight standout prep athletes from area high schools and their achievements at the college sports level. Adam Pulsipher BYU Football Pulsipher, a senior out of Temecula Valley High School, played in 13 games this past fall for the Cougars.

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Authorities say a police officer who'd only been on the job a few weeks has died after being shot in northern California by a suspect who later died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Davis Police Department officials say 22-year-old Officer Natalie Corona was shot after responding to a traffic...

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After days of back and forth over President Trump's decision to pull American troops from Syria, a U.S. military official said Friday the process of withdrawal has begun, declining to comment on specific timetables or movements. Col. Sean Ryan, spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition fighting the...

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Officials have given President Trump a plan to divert funds designated for Army Corps of Engineers projects in California and Puerto Rico to help pay for a wall along the southern border, a leading member of Congress said Thursday. On his way to the Texas border Thursday, Trump was presented with...

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