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Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Asian Pacific Heritage Month

Celebrating San Diego's Asian Pacific Heritage Month through stories of individuals who have made a difference.

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Deadly SDSU Meningitis Strain Killed Others

A deadly form of meningitis that quickly claimed the life of a San Diego State University freshman is the same strain that infected students at multiple colleges throughout the country.

McDonald's Struggling With Changing Tastes

McDonald's Struggling With Changing Tastes

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Man Charged With Rape, Sodomy in Golden Hill Assault

Man Charged With Rape, Sodomy in Golden Hill Assault

A 21-year-old man faces six felony charges after police say he entered a woman’s open window in Golden Hill and sexually assaulted her as she slept.

Victim in Bay Ho Suspicious Death ID'd

Victim in Bay Ho Suspicious Death ID'd

A man with severe blunt force trauma was found dead Sunday in the backyard of a Bay Ho home.

SDPD: Missing Woman Spotted Near Airport

SDPD: Missing Woman Spotted Near Airport

San Diego police are asking for the public's help in finding a woman last seen on Oct. 13, 2014.

Garbage Truck Engulfed in Flames Shuts Down East SR-52

Garbage Truck Engulfed in Flames Shuts Down East SR-52

A garbage truck fully engulfed in flames has shut down traffic along the eastbound State Route 52.