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Andrew Thomas Smith faces 50 years to life in prison if convicted of murder and an allegation of using a firearm causing death.

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The policy is meant to provide more spots to commuter students on a campus that's expected to have about 8,000 residents this fall.

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Attorney general says he disagreed with some of Mueller's legal views

Barr spoke to reporters in advance of the release of the nearly 400-page report Mueller submitted last month concluding his investigation, which has gripped the White House and at times the country since Mueller's appointment as special counsel nearly two years ago.

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Mueller Report released: Live Updates

A full text of the report by special counsel Robert S. Mueller is expected to be made available today.

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Mira Mesa collision sends one to hospital with serious leg injury

The two-car crash happened about 2:35 p.m. at Mira Mesa Boulevard and Camino Ruiz near Mira Mesa High School and the Mira Mesa Mall.

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Campaign for Rep. Duncan Hunter reports spending at cigar lounge, liquor store, Trump hotel

Money was spent on thank-you events for volunteers, and 'food expenses for mutual supporters of Congressman Hunter and President Trump,' spokesman says

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At least four lawsuits have now been filed since 2017 over the internal recordings that were meant to catch a drug thief

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SDSU announces possible meningitis exposure during weekend events

Meningococcal meningitis is the bacterial form of meningitis and can be deadly, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Interactive map: A week of crime in San Diego County

Reported crimes — homicides, rapes, child abuse, robbery, theft, murder, assault — in San Diego County

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Ocean Beach twins in court on attempted murder, arson charges

Defense attorneys challenge whether Andrea Bayer, a former deputy public defender, will offer "self-serving" testimony against defendants Michael and Matthew Tellechea. Bayer pleaded guilty to giving a gun to Michael Tellechea, a felon. She hasn't been sentenced yet.

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