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Data shows more than $25 million of taxpayer money has been spent to settle lawsuits against the San Diego Police Department since 2008. Read More
A San Diego County Grand Jury is recommending changes to the City of San Diego’s police oversight board that include revisions to the board member recruitment process, independent legal counsel for the board and compensation... Read More
People are stealing cars in San Diego and disguising their stolen statuses to sell them to unsuspecting customers Read More
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Illegal red curbs exist randomly throughout San Diego and are usually hard to detect, according to traffic engineers with the City of San Diego; and the City does not have a master map showing where legal curbs exist. Read More
With no public information on exact routes detailing when freight trains are on local tracks and what they are carrying when passing through, railroads say the risk is minimal, but, critics say it's a dangerous situation for... Read More
From 2013-2015, the number of devices across San Diego County increased by more than 200 percent. Read More
Sheriff Bill Gore talks to NBC 7 about the so-called 28 pages and why he thinks there is still an investigation into the terrorist acts of 9/11. Read More
One of downtown San Diego's busiest blocks is getting a new attraction, but some neighbors say smoke and noise, from the Blue Moon Hookah Lounge, will damage their health and property values. NBC 7's Mari Payton explains how the owner promises to solve those problems.
Two San Diego women say they felt they weren't getting the promotions or salaries they deserved because they are women Read More