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Navy Seal dead after parachute malfunction at Fleet Week event in New Jersey

 A member of the U.S. Navy died Sunday in a parachute accident in New Jersey during a Fleet Week event.

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U.S. navy pilot to be put to rest Sunday 50 years after being shot down in Vietnam

A San Diego-based U.S. Navy pilot who was shot down over Vietnam more than 50 years ago will be given a full military burial Sunday at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Navy officials announced Saturday.

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Memorial Day traffic predicted to be the heaviest in 12 years

Memorial Day traffic predicted to be the heaviest in 12 years Memorial Day traffic predicted to be the heaviest in 12 years

We may still be in the spring of 2017, but the reality is the unofficial start of summer basically happens over Memorial Day Weekend.

According to travel experts, a record number of Americans will be hitting the roadways.

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Over 100 USD students graduate with first ever masters in law enforcement and public safety

Over 100 students graduated Sunday with a master of science degree in law enforcement and public safety leadership from the University of San Diego, the first degree of its kind to be awarded in the United States.

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Imperial Beach mayor announces another sewage spill from Mexico Video included

U.S. and Mexican officials agree to work together to investigate sewage contamination in south San Diego U.S. and Mexican officials agree to work together to investigate sewage contamination in south San Diego

Imperial Beach mayor Serge Dedina announced on Twitter Friday that Imperial Beach has been polluted from another sewage spill from Mexico.

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Legendary musician Gregg Allman of The Allman Brothers Band dies at 69

Rock legend Gregg Allman, the singer and organist of The Allman Brothers Band has died at age 69, his publicist confirms.

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Victims of the Manchester bombing

Twenty-two people were killed Monday after a suicide bomber detonated an IED outside an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester. 

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Pilot lifeguard program provides additional services for Carlsbad beaches Video included

Pilot lifeguard program provides additional services for Carlsbad beaches Pilot lifeguard program provides additional services for Carlsbad beaches

Starting Friday, the City of Carlsbad will provide lifeguard services on a three-quarters of a mile stretch of previously unguarded beach north of Oak Avenue as part of a pilot program that will run through Labor Day.

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Chula Vista streets to be dedicated for fallen US servicemembers Video included

The city of Chula Vista is scheduled today to dedicate seven new streets named for local members of the military killed in Afghanistan and Iraq.    

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Crime rates in San Diego at lowest since 1990 Video included

Mayor Kevin Faulconer and police Chief Shelley Zimmerman announced Friday that San Diego's crime rate in the first four months of this year was the lowest since at least 1990.

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Jahja Ling begins his final weekend for the San Diego Symphony Video included

Jahja Ling, who is responsible for lifting the San Diego Symphony out of obscurity and helping to restore its financial footing, will began his final weekend as conductor throughout the weekend.

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Teen suspected of sending threatening social media messages arrested

An East County school alerted parents and students Friday of a threat made against their school on social media. 

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Lifeguards remind beachgoers to stay water safe Video included

Lifeguards are once again hosting "Water Safety Days" this Memorial Day weekend to urge San Diegans to stay safe in the water all summer long.   

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Cloudy and cool conditions open Memorial Day weekend Video included

Cooler conditions and strong winds are expected to continue in San Diego County Friday, before warmer conditions return over the holiday weekend.

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SD County Taxpayers Association hosts 22nd annual Golden's Dinner

Golden's Dinner Golden's Dinner

For over two decades, the San Diego County Taxpayers Association has recognized the best and worst of government spending at its annual Golden's Dinner.

Over 600 people packed the Hard Rock Hotel for the Golden WatchDog Award, which honors programs that use taxpayer dollars wisely, while the Golden Fleece Awards spotlight wasteful government spending. 

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Impact of Measure L on SoccerCity and Hotel Tax initiatives Video included

Supporters of the SoccerCity development plan want voters to have their say this November in a special election.

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Tourists may boost local economy during this Memorial Day weekend

Tourists may boost local economy during this Memorial Day weekend Tourists may boost local economy during this Memorial Day weekend

Memorial Day Weekend officially kicks off Friday so get ready for the roads, restaurants and beaches to be packed.

But how much does the first holiday weekend of the summer impact our city economically? 

KUSI's Dan Plante was busy finding out. 

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City Council committee gets update to drinking water testing results

City of San Diego officials are scheduled Friday to test the water at Birney Elementary School in University Heights to determine if repairs successfully cleared contaminants from the plumbing system.

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Police seek public help locating hit-and-run driver who left motorcyclist with fractured leg Video included

Authorities sought the public's help Thursday to identify and locate the driver of a SUV involved in a weekend hit-and-run crash that left a 39-year-old motorcyclist with a fractured leg in Pacific Beach

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Names released of lawmen involved in death of suspect in custody

The names of two lawmen involved in arresting a uncooperative suspect who died in custody were released Thursday. 

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Memorial Day weekend deals for servicemembers

Memorial Day is a time to remember those who died while serving their country in the Armed Forces. Several places in Southern California want to pay tribute, not only to the fallen, but also to those who put their lives on the line in order to protect the American way of life. 

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Group files lawsuit against SDUSD for proposed 'Anti-Islamophobia' program Video included

Group files lawsuit against SDUSD for proposed 'Anti-Islamophobia' program Group files lawsuit against SDUSD for proposed 'Anti-Islamophobia' program

A group opposed to a San Diego Unified School District program to combat Islamophobia in schools filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday challenging its constitutionality. 

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Lincoln High faculty rallies behind vice principal for vacant position Video included

Faculty gathered outside Lincoln High School Thursday morning to urge the San Diego Unified School District board to reconsider Vice Principal Jose Soto for the vacant principal position at their school.

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Winds ramp up in San Diego's deserts Video included

Strong winds will blow in San Diego County's deserts throughout the day Thursday. 

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San Diego Lifeguards preparing for very busy Memorial Day weekend

San Diego Lifeguards preparing for very busy Memorial Day weekend San Diego Lifeguards preparing for very busy Memorial Day weekend

San Diego Lifeguards are staffed and ready for the long Memorial Day weekend. 

As KUSI's Dan Plante reports, it's time for America's finest lifeguards to get busy. 

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Special Report: Alpha Project Pizzeria serving up support to people who need housing help Video included

Alpha Pizzeria Alpha Pizzeria

There's a new pizzeria that's opened in the heart of downtown and it's not just serving up cheese pies and paninis. 

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Manchester terror attack: Police make 7 arrests in connection to deadly bombing Video included

Police make 7 arrests in connection to deadly bombing (CNN/Facebook) Police make 7 arrests in connection to deadly bombing (CNN/Facebook)

Investigators say the Manchester suicide bomber who killed at least 22 people outside of an Ariana Grande concert, was part of a larger terror network.

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Man shot in Deputy involved shooting in Valley Center Video included

San Diego County Sheriff's deputies were investigating the report of a law enforcement officer-involved shooting in Valley Center Wednesday.

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SoccerCity: An initiative of empty promises? Video included

The SoccerCity folks haven't scored any goals lately. In fact, they've been kicked around a bit on several fronts.

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Ocean Beach Town Council meets to discuss opposition to short-term vacation rentals Video included

Ocean Beach Town Council meets to discuss opposition to short-term vacation rentals Ocean Beach Town Council meets to discuss opposition to short-term vacation rentals

As a community that has the highest percentage of renters to home-owners in our region (85 percent are renters), Ocean Beach residents are heavily impacted by the area’s steady decline of rental housing as more and more units have become permanent vacation rentals.

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  • Valley Center Drumline

    Valley Center Drumline

    Our biggest fundraiser of the year is our 6th Annual Free MusicFest. We will feature these performers and more school groups plus Detroit Underground, a kids' area with free activities, fantastic raffle and silent auction items, famous booster food and desserts for sale, and a beer and wine for just $5 in the garden.

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    Our biggest fundraiser of the year is our 6th Annual Free MusicFest. We will feature these performers and more school groups plus Detroit Underground, a kids' area with free activities, fantastic raffle and silent auction items, famous booster food and desserts for sale, and a beer and wine for just $5 in the garden.

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  • Valley Center Trombone Choir

    Valley Center Trombone Choir

    Our biggest fundraiser of the year is our 6th Annual Free MusicFest. We will feature these performers and more school groups plus Detroit Underground, a kids' area with free activities, fantastic raffle and silent auction items, famous booster food and desserts for sale, and a beer and wine for just $5 in the garden.

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    Our biggest fundraiser of the year is our 6th Annual Free MusicFest. We will feature these performers and more school groups plus Detroit Underground, a kids' area with free activities, fantastic raffle and silent auction items, famous booster food and desserts for sale, and a beer and wine for just $5 in the garden.

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  • Far From Ordinary

    Far From Ordinary

    A WWII soldier who in 1945 found a far from ordinary object while guarding the artwork Hitler had stolen during the War in order to turn over the artwork to the Monuments & Fine Arts personnel. He was given permission to keep the item as a War souvenir. Forty-three years later it is realized the object is the one-of-a-kind desk set that was used to sign the 1938 Munich Pact, and when others learn about its existence, they attempt to acquire it at whatever means possible.

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    A WWII soldier who in 1945 found a far from ordinary object while guarding the artwork Hitler had stolen during the War in order to turn over the artwork to the Monuments & Fine Arts personnel. He was given permission to keep the item as a War souvenir. Forty-three years later it is realized the object is the one-of-a-kind desk set that was used to sign the 1938 Munich Pact, and when others learn about its existence, they attempt to acquire it at whatever means possible.

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  • San Diego People: Wildfire Preparedness

    San Diego People: Wildfire Preparedness

    Fire season has arrived in San Diego.The Gate Fire near Jamul recently scorched over 2,000 acres of land.County leaders are urging the public to take the proper measures to prepare and stay safe during fire season. More>>
    Fire season has arrived in San Diego.The Gate Fire near Jamul recently scorched over 2,000 acres of land.County leaders are urging the public to take the proper measures to prepare and stay safe during fire season. More>>
  • San Diego People: The Port of San Diego

    San Diego People: The Port of San Diego

    The Port of San Diego is a vital part of the city. It oversees cargo and cruise ship terminals, parks, harbor police and more. New interactive kiosks will encourage exploration along the waterfront. Also, the new "Portside Pier" will feature modern design with three restaurants. 

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    The Port of San Diego is a vital part of the city. It oversees cargo and cruise ship terminals, parks, harbor police and more. New interactive kiosks will encourage exploration along the waterfront. Also, the new "Portside Pier" will feature modern design with three restaurants. 

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  • San Diego People: ALS Awareness Month

    San Diego People: ALS Awareness Month

    May is ALS Awareness Month. ALS, or amyotrophic laterals sclerosis, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Approximately 20,000 adults live with the disease at any given time. While there is not yet a cure for ALS, scientists gave been making progress by learning more about the disease. More>>
    May is ALS Awareness Month. ALS, or amyotrophic laterals sclerosis, is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that affects nerve cells in the brain and the spinal cord. Approximately 20,000 adults live with the disease at any given time. While there is not yet a cure for ALS, scientists gave been making progress by learning more about the disease. More>>
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  • Turko Files: See You In Court! & Public Safety!

    Turko Files: See You In Court! & Public Safety!

    Thursday, May 25, 2017 -    KUSI's Michael Turko has new information on a case that could force changes in the way the county handles drainage problems. Turko says a homeowner is turning up the heat on county officials after they ignored a big problem caused by a storm drain. Plus, Turko shows modifications to a dangerous corner in Oak Park.

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    Thursday, May 25, 2017 -    KUSI's Michael Turko has new information on a case that could force changes in the way the county handles drainage problems. Turko says a homeowner is turning up the heat on county officials after they ignored a big problem caused by a storm drain. Plus, Turko shows modifications to a dangerous corner in Oak Park.

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  • Turko Files: No End In Sight!

    Turko Files: No End In Sight!

    Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - Neighbors called KUSI's Michael Turko about a city park they're not allowed to use. Turko says it's right across the street from their homes, walled off behind a chain link fence. More>>
    Tuesday, May 23, 2017 - Neighbors called KUSI's Michael Turko about a city park they're not allowed to use. Turko says it's right across the street from their homes, walled off behind a chain link fence. More>>
  • Turko Files: Paying Double For 3 Months, It Ain't Right!

    Turko Files: Paying Double For 3 Months, It Ain't Right!

    Monday, May 22, 2017 - A business owner called KUSI's Michael Turko when her bills from SDG&E went haywire. Turko says it's the latest example of a problem with the company's billing system that began almost a year ago. More>>
    Monday, May 22, 2017 - A business owner called KUSI's Michael Turko when her bills from SDG&E went haywire. Turko says it's the latest example of a problem with the company's billing system that began almost a year ago. More>>

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