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July 22, 2016

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Trump Delivers Dark Speech To Accept Nomination

By Sandra G. Leon  In his acceptance speech Thursday night, Republican nominee Donald J. Trump painted a dark picture of America, and doubled down on his anti-immigration rhetoric that has dominated his campaign. Speaking for more than 76 minutes – beating Bill Clinton’s record for the longest acceptance speech in modern history – Trump shouted […]

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July 8, 2016

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Taxpayer Group Sues County Schools Chief

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By Eduardo Rueda – Investigative Reporter  The California Taxpayers Action Network (CalTAN) has filed a lawsuit against San Diego County Board of Education Superintendent Randy Ward and Assistant Superintendent Lora Duzyk, alleging the schools chief rigged the process to allow himself to approve his and Duzyk’s salary increases without performance reviews, including a recent raise […]

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July 7, 2016

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SDPD Confirms Arrest in Homeless Murders Case

SDPD Confirms Arrest in Homeless Murders Case

By Alexandra Mendoza  The San Diego Police Department confirmed the arrest of a man involved with the violent attacks on four homeless people, two of which have died and the other two are in critical condition The suspect was identified as 36-year-old Anthony Alexander Padgett of Chula Vista. Padgett is who police believe is recorded […]

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July 22, 2016

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San Diego Celebra el Orgullo Gay

San Diego Celebra el Orgullo Gay

Por Mario A. Cortez   Las calles del barrio de Hillcrest se llenaron de color durante la celebración del orgullo gay San Diego Pride el pasado fin de semana. Una multitud, estimada en 120,000 personas, se reunió por todo Hillcrest y Balboa Park para disfrutar de las festividades del fin de semana, cuales incluyeron un […]

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July 22, 2016

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Luis Osuna: Ayudando a Nuestra Comunidad Latina

Luis Osuna: Ayudando a Nuestra Comunidad Latina

Por Ana Gómez Salcido  La oportunidad de estudiar en Estados Unidos luego de crecer entre Tijuana y San Diego llevó a Luis Osuna, Presidente de la Asociación de Abogados San Diego La Raza, a ayudar a otros latinos a cumplir sus metas educativas y profesionales. “Yo vengo de México. Yo soy un inmigrante y crecí […]

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July 22, 2016

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Líderes de San Diego Hacen un Llamado por la Unidad y la Paz

Líderes de San Diego Hacen un Llamado por la Unidad y la Paz

Por Alexandra Mendoza  Departamentos de Policía, líderes religiosos, activistas, alcaldes y otros funcionarios públicos del Condado de San Diego hicieron esta semana un llamado a la paz y unidad un día después de que tres policías fueran asesinados en Baton Rouge, Louisiana. La coalición reunida en el Parque Balboa reiteró su apoyo a las corporaciones […]

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July 22, 2016

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San Diego Celebrates Gay Pride Festival

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By Mario A. Cortez  The streets of Hillcrest were full of color as San Diego celebrated its annual Pride Festival last weekend. The estimated crowd of 120,000 people gathered throughout Hillcrest and Balboa Park to enjoy the weekend of festivities which included a parade, a festival at Balboa Park, and various concerts. The parade, celebrated […]

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July 22, 2016

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Puente Histórico Será Reparado

Puente Histórico Será Reparado

Por Ana Gómez Salcido   El histórico puente de la calle Georgia en North Park será restaurado por medio de la licitación hecha por la Ciudad de San Diego de $14 millones con $2 millones provenientes del fondo de TransNet y los $12 millones restantes subsidiados por la Administración Federal de Carreteras. El Regidor de […]

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July 22, 2016

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Comic-Con Kicks-Off

Comic-Con Kicks-Off

By Ana Gomez Salcido  Pop culture and comic book enthusiasts are currently packing the San Diego Convention Center for Comic-Con. The four-day convention, running through Sunday, will feature conferences and sneak peeks of upcoming movies and TV shows. Memorabilia and toy collectors are also looking to score exclusive toys from their favorite brands at Comic-Con. […]

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July 22, 2016

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Historic Bridge in North Park To Be Repaired

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By Ana Gomez Salcido  The historic Georgia Street Bridge in North Park will be repaired through a $14 million project conducted by the City of San Diego with $2 million coming from local TransNet proceeds and the remaining $12 million from Federal Highway Administration grants. Councilmember Todd Gloria kicked off the beginning of work on […]

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July 22, 2016

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Loretta Sánchez Busca Apoyo a Militares en Transición a Vida Civil

Loretta Sánchez Busca Apoyo a Militares  en Transición a Vida Civil

Por Ana Gómez Salcido  La congresista (CA-46) e integrante del Comité de Servicios Armados de la Casa de Representantes de Estados Unidos, Loretta Sánchez, dijo que busca ser la voz de los militares en transición hacia la vida civil. La candidata a senadora federal visitó la Estación Freedom de la Fundación Warrior en San Diego, […]

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July 22, 2016

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San Diego Celebra el Orgullo Gay

San Diego Celebra el Orgullo Gay

Por Mario A. Cortez   Las calles del barrio de Hillcrest se llenaron de color durante la celebración del orgullo gay San Diego Pride el pasado fin de semana. Una multitud, estimada en 120,000 personas, se reunió por todo Hillcrest y Balboa Park para disfrutar de las festividades del fin de semana, cuales incluyeron un […]

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July 22, 2016

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Luis Osuna: Ayudando a Nuestra Comunidad Latina

Luis Osuna: Ayudando a Nuestra Comunidad Latina

Por Ana Gómez Salcido  La oportunidad de estudiar en Estados Unidos luego de crecer entre Tijuana y San Diego llevó a Luis Osuna, Presidente de la Asociación de Abogados San Diego La Raza, a ayudar a otros latinos a cumplir sus metas educativas y profesionales. “Yo vengo de México. Yo soy un inmigrante y crecí […]

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July 22, 2016

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Líderes de San Diego Hacen un Llamado por la Unidad y la Paz

Líderes de San Diego Hacen un Llamado por la Unidad y la Paz

Por Alexandra Mendoza  Departamentos de Policía, líderes religiosos, activistas, alcaldes y otros funcionarios públicos del Condado de San Diego hicieron esta semana un llamado a la paz y unidad un día después de que tres policías fueran asesinados en Baton Rouge, Louisiana. La coalición reunida en el Parque Balboa reiteró su apoyo a las corporaciones […]

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July 22, 2016

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San Diego Celebrates Gay Pride Festival

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By Mario A. Cortez  The streets of Hillcrest were full of color as San Diego celebrated its annual Pride Festival last weekend. The estimated crowd of 120,000 people gathered throughout Hillcrest and Balboa Park to enjoy the weekend of festivities which included a parade, a festival at Balboa Park, and various concerts. The parade, celebrated […]

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July 22, 2016

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Out Around Town – July 22, 2016

Help For Homeless Vets The annual Stand Down for Homeless Veterans is on this weekend, Friday through Sunday. The event held at San Diego High School each year offers homeless vets a place to camp over the weekend to help connect them with wrap around services to get them off the streets. Over 150 organizations […]

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July 22, 2016

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Republicans Put on A Show of Hate and Anger

The GOP convention in Cleveland this week was full of political drama with a touch of reality show back-stabbing, but the most consistent theme was that of hate and anger. Exhibit A: Rudy Giuliani’s speech on Monday was delivered mostly in a yell, attacking not only Clinton, but also enemies of America with the warning, […]

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July 15, 2016

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School Corruption Wasn’t Just a Brown Thing

When the District Attorney indicted several school officials in the South Bay in 2012 during a wide-ranging corruption scandal, unfortunately most of those officials were Latinos, leaving a negative perception of our community in the eyes of many. Untimely, every one of the 17 officials pled guilty to some offense, with the most severe sentences […]

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July 15, 2016

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Out Around Town – July 15, 2016

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New Apts for LGBT Seniors A ground-breaking event on Thursday at the corner of Texas and Howard Streets in North Park celebrated the start of construction of a 76-unit complex for seniors, but its focused on housing LGBT seniors who may not feel welcomed at other complexes. The project is a collaboration of Community HousingWorks […]

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July 8, 2016

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Grand Jury Reports Should Have More Bite Than Bark

Two recent San Diego County Grand Jury reports raised concerns about the use of public funds, but, aside from ringing alarms, the reports do not hold anyone accountable for wasting taxpayer dollars. The first report, issued on May 24, 2016, calls into question the use of school bond funds during the past 18 years by […]

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July 8, 2016

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Out Around Town – July 8, 2016

Memorial Event for Orlando A memorial service will be held Saturday, June 9th, from 6 to 8 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral at 2728 Sixth Ave in San Diego, to honor the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando, 80 percent of which were Latinos. The event will be hosted by 57 community organizations […]

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