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Thursday, Mar 1, 2012

Scholarship Winner Remembers Chelsea King

Scholarship Winner Remembers Chelsea King

Anthony Gomez, a recipient of a scholarship made possible by Chelsea's Run, talks to NBC 7 reporter Artie Ojeda about using his scholarship to one day become a psychiatrist.

Monday, Jun 13, 2011

Chelsea's Light Honors "Change Makers"

Chelsea's Light Honors "Change Makers"

The foundation, established by the parents of murdered teenager Chelsea King, awarded scholarships to ten high school graduates.

Monday, May 23, 2011

Teams Hit "Home Runs for Chelsea"

Teams Hit "Home Runs for Chelsea"

One of the largest charity youth baseball tournaments in San Diego County was held Sunday in Escondido. San Diego Baseball and the Amateur Athletic Union held the tournament to raise money for Chelsea's Light Foundation.

Friday, Mar 4, 2011

How I First Met Kelly King

How I First Met Kelly King

NBC San Diego reporter shares his personal story the day before "Chelsea's Run."

Friday, Jan 7, 2011

Kings Decide Not to Sue California

Kings Decide Not to Sue California

They asked themselves four questions. Each answer was "no."

Thursday, Aug 26, 2010

Kings Learning to Navigate New Life

Kings Learning to Navigate New Life

Six months ago today, volunteers were gathering near Lake Hodges to search for a missing teen from Poway.

Wednesday, Jul 7, 2010

The Kings to Leave San Diego

The Kings to Leave San Diego

In preparing for the move, the family had to pack up Chelsea's room.

Wednesday, Jun 2, 2010

Agents Missed Chances to Stop Gardner: Report

Agents Missed Chances to Stop Gardner: Report

A review found agents missed numerous chances to send him back to prison.

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Gardner May Have Played a Role in Other Cases

Gardner May Have Played a Role in Other Cases

Investigators are looking into other cases after interviewing the convicted killer.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Amber Was Stuck with No Place to Go: Mom

Amber Was Stuck with No Place to Go: Mom

Now, 15 months after she disappeared, we know what happened to Amber Dubois.

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