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After NBC 7 Investigates informed a local school district that its teacher's aide was busted with drugs at the U.S.-Mexico border, congressional leaders and school officials are now calling for legislation that requires agencies to inform school districts if an employee is arrested for a federal crime. And NBC 7 Investigates expose two frozen food companies that then promised to change their ways. This is Part 2 of the NBC 7 Investigates Special.
Local officials in the U.S. Navy warned sailors not to visit Romano's Jewelers after an NBC 7 Investigation dug into allegations that it targeted military members for misleading payment plans. This is Part 3 of the NBC 7 Investigates Special.
The San Diego Pet Memorial Park vowed to make changes after NBC 7 Investigates revealed it was dumped pet ashes in a trash bin, not in the ocean like it claimed. And federal officials stopped dropping immigrants at a Santee shelter that NBC 7 showed was in deplorable conditions. This is Part 4 of the NBC 7 Investigates Special.
The injuries are considered major trauma.
Police activity in El Cajon shut down two lanes of Interstate 8.
Several roads were closed due to flooding as rain fell across the county while higher elevations were blanketed in snowfall.
The attack happened on the same day San Diego Police released new crime data showing violent crime in several neighborhoods rose.
Lacey Spears, the Kentucky woman who authorities say force-fed her 5-year-old son salt through a stomach tube and reveled in the attention that a sickly child brought her, has been found guilty of murder in the child's 2014 death at a Westchester hospital.
A White Plains jury handed down the verdict after three days of deliberations.
The ruling comes less than a week after prosecutors suggested Spears killed the boy, Garnett-Paul Spears, because she feared he would start telling people she was making him ill.
The suspect was reportedly in a domestic violence dispute with his wife and told her he was willing to engage in a gun battle with law enforcement if he was contacted by them.