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Man accused of shooting co-worker at Carmel Mountain Ranch warehouse pleads not guilty to attempted murder Video included

A biotech employee accused of shooting a co-worker in the face at a warehouse in Carmel Mountain Ranch last Tuesday pleaded not guilty Monday to attempted premeditated murder and other charges.

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Court approves travel ban for those who lack 'bona fide' relationship Video included

Court approves travel ban for those who lack 'bona fide' relationship Court approves travel ban for those who lack 'bona fide' relationship

The highest court in the land ruled Monday on President Trump's travel ban. The Supreme Court said it will allow parts of the ban to go into effect.

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Supreme Court refuses to hear right-to-carry case, restrictive gun laws remain in place Video included

Supreme Court refuses to hear right-to-carry case, restrictive gun laws remain in place Supreme Court refuses to hear right-to-carry case, restrictive gun laws remain in place

The Second Amendment does not give San Diegan's the right to carry a concealed, loaded weapon in public.

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New York Times article compares SD District Attorney to 'Law and Order' heroine Video included

New York Times article compares SD District Attorney to 'Law and Order' heroine New York Times article compares SD District Attorney to 'Law and Order' heroine

The New York Times is putting a spotlight on San Diego's Chief Deputy District Attorney. The paper is drawing a comparison of Chief Deputy DA Summer Stephen and the heroine of "Law and Order SVU."

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KUSI's Dave Scott chats with 4-time America's Cup Champion Dennis Conner

Four-time America's Cup Champion Dennis Conner joined KUSI's Dave Scott to discuss team Oracles America's Cup loss. 

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CBO report: 22 million lose health coverage by 2026 under Senate bill Video included

CBO report: 22 million lose health coverage by 2026 under Senate bill (The National Memo) CBO report: 22 million lose health coverage by 2026 under Senate bill (The National Memo)

A not so unexpected setback Monday for President Trump's efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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2 Marines burned in fire at MCAS Miramar

An investigation was underway Monday into the cause of a sudden, intense fire at MCAS Miramar, where two Marines suffered severe burn injuries.

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Investigations continue into cause of USS Fitzgerald collision with Japanese merchant ship

Rear Adm. Brian Fort was ordered Friday to lead the Navy's main investigation of the incident Rear Adm. Brian Fort was ordered Friday to lead the Navy's main investigation of the incident

Investigations continued Monday into the cause of the collision between the USS Fitzgerald and a Japanese merchant ship, that killed seven U.S. crew members.

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Man behind bars in connection to National City fatal shooting

A 24-year-old man was behind bars Monday in connection with a weekend shooting that left two other men dead and a third wounded at a National City apartment building.

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Update: Man killed in Logan Heights shooting identified by authorities

Authorities Monday released the name of a 34-year-old man killed over the weekend in a late-night shooting in Logan Heights.

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Update: 46-acre brush fire near Cleveland National Forest 60 percent contained Video included

A fire that charred 46 open acres near the Mesa Grande Reservation northeast of Ramona was about 60 percent contained Monday.

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The Unbattle project to hold banquet on the USS Midway to provide free counseling for veterans Video included

he Unbattle Project (UP), along with Lilach Harris and Chef Andrew Selz are proud to present the first "Unbattle on the Midway" banquet on Sunday June 25th, 2017 from 6:00- 10:00pm on the USS Midway in San Diego, CA.

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Two dead, two injured in National City shooting Video included

 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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National City streets remain closed during double homicide investigation

 Streets in the area of a National City double homicide remained closed Sunday morning, as the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office was scheduled to perform autopsies on the two men who were killed Saturday while two other victims recover from gunshot wounds at a local hospital, authorities said.

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Man struck by Amtrak while looking at his cellphone

 A man looking down at his cellphone suffered serious injuries when he was struck by an Amtrak train in San Diego, a sheriff's deputy said Sunday.

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Rep. Susan Davis to host town hall for veterans to share combat experiences with civilians

 A town hall meeting meant for veterans to share their experiences with civilians who haven't gone through combat is scheduled for Saturday in El Cajon.

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Missing Oceanside boy found in Mission Viejo Target

A 12-year-old Oceanside boy who went missing from a Kaiser hospital in Irvine was found safe Saturday in a Mission Viejo Target store and turned over to a family member, according to Irvine police.

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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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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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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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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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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>>

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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  • To Degree or Not to Degree… The San Diego Job Market

    To Degree or Not to Degree… The San Diego Job Market

    To Degree or Not to Degree… The San Diego Job MarketTo Degree or Not to Degree… The San Diego Job Market

    In the housing industry – we are used to hearing about the trends of a buyers or seller’s market.

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    In the housing industry – we are used to hearing about the trends of a buyers or seller’s market.

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  • Adopt "Ed" at SD Companion Rabbit Society

    Adopt "Ed" at SD Companion Rabbit Society

    Meet "Ed" and see if he may be a pet you would like to add to your family.  Find out more as Patricia Muhcahy, SD Companion Rabbit Society, shares more about Ed, his personality and how you can adopt him.

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    Meet "Ed" and see if he may be a pet you would like to add to your family.  Find out more as Patricia Muhcahy, SD Companion Rabbit Society, shares more about Ed, his personality and how you can adopt him.

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  • Innovate Products for the Home

    Innovate Products for the Home

    Today Bruce Pechman, bring in some handy products to use in your home.  Listen in as he shows some of the latest in technology to make cleaning simpler.

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    Today Bruce Pechman, bring in some handy products to use in your home.  Listen in as he shows some of the latest in technology to make cleaning simpler.

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  • San Diego People: Living with Alzheimer's Disease

    San Diego People: Living with Alzheimer's Disease

    There are 60,000 people in San Diego living with Alzheimer's Disease. It's the third leading cause of death in the county and there are currently over 150,000 people tasked with caring for those who have Alzheimer's Disease. More>>
    There are 60,000 people in San Diego living with Alzheimer's Disease. It's the third leading cause of death in the county and there are currently over 150,000 people tasked with caring for those who have Alzheimer's Disease. More>>
  • 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>>
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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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  • Dave's World of Wonder - Parker Solar Probe

    Dave's World of Wonder - Parker Solar Probe

    NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will be the first-ever mission to "touch" the sun. The spacecraft, about the size of a small car, will travel directly into the sun's atmosphere about 4 million miles from our star's surface. Launch is slated for summer 2018.

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    NASA’s Parker Solar Probe will be the first-ever mission to "touch" the sun. The spacecraft, about the size of a small car, will travel directly into the sun's atmosphere about 4 million miles from our star's surface. Launch is slated for summer 2018.

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  • Dave's World of Wonder - Cuba

    Dave's World of Wonder - Cuba

    Cuba is a Caribbean island nation under communist rule. It has sugar-white beaches and is dotted with tobacco fields, which play a part in the production of the country's legendary cigars. The capital, Havana, is lined with pastel houses, 1950s-era cars and Spanish-colonial architecture in the 16th-century core, Old Havana. Salsa music plays in the dance clubs and cabaret shows are performed at the famed Tropicana. More>>
    Cuba is a Caribbean island nation under communist rule. It has sugar-white beaches and is dotted with tobacco fields, which play a part in the production of the country's legendary cigars. The capital, Havana, is lined with pastel houses, 1950s-era cars and Spanish-colonial architecture in the 16th-century core, Old Havana. Salsa music plays in the dance clubs and cabaret shows are performed at the famed Tropicana. More>>
  • Dave's World of Wonder - Batman

    Dave's World of Wonder - Batman

    With the passing of actor Adam West, best known for his portrayal as the original on-screen Batman, this weeks World of Wonder takes a look at the history of the Batman. 

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    With the passing of actor Adam West, best known for his portrayal as the original on-screen Batman, this weeks World of Wonder takes a look at the history of the Batman. 

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