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Man convicted of murder in 2016 Linda Vista shooting

Orlando Javier Sanchez, 32, was convicted of shooting and killing 23-year-old Jordy Ramon Lopez on Oct. 15, 2016, on Comstock Street near Linda Vista Road.

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Convention Center ballot measure moved up to March

Council votes 5-4 for earlier public vote on hotel tax increase to fund homeless programs and convention center expansion

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Becerra sues San Diego attorney for alleged misuse of $2.33 million in charitable funds

Earl Nelson Feldman, 75, disbarred in 2017, allegedly misappropriated more more than $1.68 million from one charitable trust and another $650,000 from a second charitable trust he oversaw.

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A 45-year-old Mexican man drowned three days after Christmas trying to cross the border. His body, considered "abandoned," will now be cremated, and his ashes spread at sea.

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Woman arrested in connection with Logan Heights stabbing

The victim, a 66-year-old man, was stabbed in chest; police say his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening

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Baby Okapi debuts at San Diego Zoo

Only a few zoos in the United States house this rare species, so the birth of Elombe was a special event for San Diego Zoo Global.  

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Baby okapi debuts at San Diego Zoo

A baby okapi named Elombe has just begun exploring his habitat at the San Diego Zoo, where visitors can now see this rare relative of the giraffe.

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Some of the finest classic cars were on display at the 15th annual La Jolla Concours d'Elegance on Sunday, April 14, 2019.

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On April 15, 1983 the Barona Band of Mission Indians began drawing big crowds for some of California's first high-stakes Indian bingo sessions

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Woman's suspicious death in San Diego high-rise ruled an overdose

Allyson Rieg, 29, died of accidental alcohol and drug overdose, the Medical Examiner's Office ruled. But her manner of death was changed from "accident" to "undetermined" after her husband came forward with an improbable story.

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Music, art program for homeless youth eyes expansion

Doors of Change, a homeless youth outreach group that uses music and art to gain the trust of young people living on the street, is planning a benefit concert and looking to expand in San Diego County.

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