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Police report shooting with multiple victims in National City

 National City police were responding to a shooting scene with ``multiple victims'' Saturday morning, but it was unclear if there were any fatalities, according to officials.

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Carl Vinson Strike Group returns to home port today Video included

San Diego-based ships and sailors in the carrier strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson are scheduled to return to San Diego Friday after a deployment of more than five months. 

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Gallery: Families welcome home their Carl Vinson CSG sailors

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — San Diego-based ships and sailors in the carrier strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson returned to San Diego today after a deployment of more than five months. More>>

President Trump signs legislation to reform Department of Veterans Affairs Video included

President Trump signs legislation to reform Department of Veterans Affairs (The Hill) President Trump signs legislation to reform Department of Veterans Affairs (The Hill)

President Trump signed legislation Friday aimed at reforming the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Investigation underway to identify suspect who fatally assaulted Ocean Beach transient Video included

Investigators working to identify and track down a man who fatally assaulted a well-liked transient in downtown Ocean Beach released surveillance-camera footage of the suspected killer Friday.

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Purple Heart recipient told he would never walk again sworn in as Chula Vista police officer Video included

Purple Heart recipient Christopher Lawrence was told he would never walk again after being severely wounded in Iraq in 2008, but after nearly a decade of recovery and training, he is now one of the newest additions to the Chula Vista Police Department. 

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Court rules USS Ronald Reagan sailors can sue Japan over Fukushima radiation exposure

A lawsuit filed by United States Navy sailors against the Japanese government over radiation exposure from the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant can move forward, a judge ruled Thursday. 

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Security guard who recorded struggle with off-duty officer acquitted of all charges

Robert Branch III was acquitted Friday of felony and misdemeanor charges of resisting an executive officer, attempted use of pepper spray, reckless driving and failure to provide his driver's license and registration.

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Cooler conditions along the coast before extreme heat returns this weekend Video included

Extremely hot weather in San Diego County's deserts is expected to persist Friday through early next week and temperatures in other inland areas will spike on Sunday.

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Two Navy helicopter squadrons return to NAS North Island Video included

The "Black Knights" of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 4 and the "Blue Hawks" of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron 78 are scheduled to return home to Naval Air Station North Island today following a six-month deployment. 

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San Diego State officials meet to explore options for new football stadium Video included

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Leaders and supporters of San Diego State University met Thursday to discuss the future of Aztec football, now that the SoccerCity plan has been delayed until 2018.

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SDPD confirms missing 85-year-old man not individual seen in recent surveillance footage Video included

The San Diego Police Department announced Friday that surveillance video they initially believed showed footage of missing 85-year-old Tai Heng Sun, was actually footage of someone else.

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How health care for San Diegans may change under Senate GOP plan

How health care for San Diegans may change under Senate GOP plan How health care for San Diegans may change under Senate GOP plan

Sean Greene — president -elect of the San Diego Association of health underwriters — joined KUSI with more on the future of health care for San Diegans. 

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Firefighting aircraft 'Fire Boss' to help battle wildfires in San Diego Video included

San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Fire-Rescue Chief Brian Fennessy unveiled a firefighting aircraft called the ``Fire Boss'' Thursday that can carry up to 800 gallons of water, fly for three hours straight and take off from or land on a body of water.

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Senate GOP unveils health care bill Video included

After weeks of anticipation, Senate republicans revealed their plan to overhaul Obamacare Thursday. The 142-page bill proposes cuts to Medicaid after 2021 and ends the Obamacare mandate that every person must buy insurance.

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'Housing SD' plan unveiled to address affordable housing shortage Video included

The city of San Diego's elected leaders are scheduled Wednesday to address the related issues of a lack of affordable housing and homelessness. 

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Police investigate death of man assaulted in Ocean Beach Video included

A man was fatally injured in an assault early Thursday in Ocean Beach.  Someone called 911 shortly before 12:30 a.m. to report that one man was attacking another in the vicinity of Bacon Street and Coronado Avenue, San Diego police Lt. Mike Holden said. 

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Heat persists in deserts, inland areas cool slightly

Extreme heat is in the forecast for the deserts again Thursday , but temperatures in the rest of inland San Diego County will be somewhat lower than they had been for the past few days.

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Heat wave continues as Summer season begins Video included

Scorching heat is expected again Wednesday in the majority of San Diego County as the summer season officially gets underway.  

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How the heat wave can impact your mood

Are you feeling a little more on edge because of the heat? If you do, you're not alone.

Several studies show there is a direct correlation between the weather and moods and with heat like this, it might have a negative impact.

Adam Meyer, a stress management expert, joined KUSI with more. 

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Man accused of intentionally running down Oceanside police officer pleads not guilty to attempted murder Video included

Roberto Ignacio Flores, 26, was ordered held on $5 million bail and faces 20 years to life in prison if convicted Roberto Ignacio Flores, 26, was ordered held on $5 million bail and faces 20 years to life in prison if convicted

A San Marcos man accused of running down a motorcycle officer with a car while the lawman was conducting a traffic stop near Buddy Todd Park in Oceanside pleaded not guilty Wednesday to attempted murder on a peace officer.

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Affordable housing complex for seniors opens in northern San Diego Video included

An affordable apartment complex for low-income seniors was dedicated in northern San Diego Wednesday. 

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SDUSD summer lunch program kicks off with free BBQ Video included

The San Diego Unified School District is kicking off their free summer lunch program Wednesday with a barbecue lunch. 

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Suspect behind Brussels train station explosion dead, incident being treated as terror attack

Suspect behind Brussels train station explosion dead, incident being treated as terror attack Suspect behind Brussels train station explosion dead, incident being treated as terror attack

The suspect behind the explosion at a Brussels train station is dead, according to a spokeswoman for the Brussels prosecutor's office.

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'Cool Zones' open in San Diego County for summer months Video included

The County of San Diego is providing relief for residents with designated “Cool Zones” during the heat wave. Every summer, the county designates air-conditioned sites where San Diegans can escape the heat and save on energy costs.

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Navy Petty Officer receives special graduation after ship delay Video included

Petty Officer 3rd Class Francis Oladipo Petty Officer 3rd Class Francis Oladipo

A Navy student received a personalized graduation Tuesday just for him.

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Summer Stephan appointed interim San Diego County District Attorney

San Diego County Board of Supervisors appointed Chief Deputy District Attorney Summer Stephan as interim San Diego County District Attorney.

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City council places SoccerCity on 2018 ballot, but is there still a chance for a special election? Video included

With Monday night's city council vote, the SoccerCIty project in Mission Valley is now in deep water.

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  • Padres Tailgate & Firefighter Chili Cook-Off

    Padres Tailgate & Firefighter Chili Cook-Off

    The Muscular Dystrophy Association along with the Fire Fighters of San Diego are having their 37th Chili Cook-Off this Saturday.  Get all the details as Tanya Berg, MDA, and Justin Loftis, Fire Fighter and Chili Cook-off Participant, share more about the event, the excitement, and the personal meaning it has for them to participate and raise money for MDA.

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    The Muscular Dystrophy Association along with the Fire Fighters of San Diego are having their 37th Chili Cook-Off this Saturday.  Get all the details as Tanya Berg, MDA, and Justin Loftis, Fire Fighter and Chili Cook-off Participant, share more about the event, the excitement, and the personal meaning it has for them to participate and raise money for MDA.

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  • Safe Travels for 4th of July

    Safe Travels for 4th of July

    With our Independence Day holiday approaching, many are planning for traveling.  Listen in as Doug Shupe, Auto Club of Southern California, share more about the excepted travel destinations, and best avenues for you to make plans.

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    With our Independence Day holiday approaching, many are planning for traveling.  Listen in as Doug Shupe, Auto Club of Southern California, share more about the excepted travel destinations, and best avenues for you to make plans.

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  • Coconut Oil Dangers

    Coconut Oil Dangers

    The American Heart Association has issued an advisory against the use of coconut oil.  Tune in as Dr. Jay Pandhi, Cardiologist, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, talks more about why the advisory has been issued and what alternative should be considered.

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    The American Heart Association has issued an advisory against the use of coconut oil.  Tune in as Dr. Jay Pandhi, Cardiologist, Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center, talks more about why the advisory has been issued and what alternative should be considered.

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  • San Diego People: What the county is doing to make student health a priority

    San Diego People: What the county is doing to make student health a priority

    San Diego County has released its first ever report on childhood obesity. What is the county doing to make child health a priority. Reports also show that race and socioeconomic status also play a role in childhood obesity. More>>
    San Diego County has released its first ever report on childhood obesity. What is the county doing to make child health a priority. Reports also show that race and socioeconomic status also play a role in childhood obesity. More>>
  • San Diego People: Unraveling the mystery of sharks

    San Diego People: Unraveling the mystery of sharks

    Sharks are undeniably one of the most misunderstood creature in our oceans. This week on San Diego People, we dive into the mystery of sharks. More>>
    Sharks are undeniably one of the most misunderstood creature in our oceans. This week on San Diego People, we dive into the mystery of sharks. More>>
  • 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>>
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  • Turko Files: Construction Junkyard, It Ain't Right!

    Turko Files: Construction Junkyard, It Ain't Right!

    Thursday, June 22, 2017 - A concerned neighbor called KUSI's Michael Turko when a miniature garbage dump sprouted up around the corner. Turko says a construction company working for the city let a staging area get way out of control.

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    Thursday, June 22, 2017 - A concerned neighbor called KUSI's Michael Turko when a miniature garbage dump sprouted up around the corner. Turko says a construction company working for the city let a staging area get way out of control.

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  • Turko Files: Still Waiting, It Ain't Right!

    Turko Files: Still Waiting, It Ain't Right!

    Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - They called KUSI's Michael Turko when they couldn't get the city of San Diego to write them a check. Turko says the city agreed to pay last winter but it's been tied up in the city bureaucracy for 4 months. More>>
    Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - They called KUSI's Michael Turko when they couldn't get the city of San Diego to write them a check. Turko says the city agreed to pay last winter but it's been tied up in the city bureaucracy for 4 months. More>>
  • Turko Files: Street Score Card!

    Turko Files: Street Score Card!

    Monday, June 19, 2017 - KUSI's Michael Turko has been showing us the worst streets in San Diego and plenty of them need some serious work. So, Turko asked the city to show him what streets are being fixed, where they're located and how they decide which one gets done first.

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    Monday, June 19, 2017 - KUSI's Michael Turko has been showing us the worst streets in San Diego and plenty of them need some serious work. So, Turko asked the city to show him what streets are being fixed, where they're located and how they decide which one gets done first.

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