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Homicides of journalists in Tijuana gained local and international reactions

Homicides of journalists in Tijuana gained local and international reactions

Reporters Without Borders reported that Mexico has been in the last three years the most dangerous place to practice journalism, with risk often greater than what journalists would face if they were covering a war.
San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved initiative on human trafficking

San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved initiative on human trafficking

The San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution that now links public resources to the work of civic organizations to educate the public and prevent human trafficking.
San Diego County formally approves ordinance banning "ghost guns"

San Diego County formally approves ordinance banning "ghost guns"

This ordinance comes amid law enforcement concerns over the increasing numbers of ghost guns.
Chula Vista Police identify man who died after altercation with Seven Mile Casino security personnel

Chula Vista Police identify man who died after altercation with Seven Mile Casino security personnel

The Chula Vista Police Department publicly identified the 46-year-old man as Jorge Flores who died following a physical altercation with Seven Mile Casino security guards in Chula Vista.
San Diego Sheriff warns of organized  "South American Theft Group"

San Diego Sheriff warns of organized "South American Theft Group"

Criminal South American tourists have entered the mansions of wealthy residents in San Diego County in the early hours of the night who are not intimidated if they see that they are caught on security cameras.
Journalist Lourdes Maldonado was shot to death in Tijuana

Journalist Lourdes Maldonado was shot to death in Tijuana

With the death of Maldonado, three journalists were murdered in Mexico in the first weeks of the year.
California's "three strike law" may shorten the prison term for many repeat offenders

California's "three strike law" may shorten the prison term for many repeat offenders

With the judge's action of lifting the order, the daily credits may be worth up to two-thirds off their prison sentences
U.S. Attorneys Office reports an average of 10 new case despite the pandemic

U.S. Attorneys Office reports an average of 10 new case despite the pandemic

The U.S. Attorney reported that even with the pandemic, it filed charges in 3,850 cases of serious crimes and conducted 40 jury trials, almost all through video hearings to prevent viral transmission.
Prisoners will be transferred to Santee women's prison to control COVID-19 infections

Prisoners will be transferred to Santee women's prison to control COVID-19 infections

The San Diego County Sheriff's Office reported that as of this weekend, it is transferring about 200 inmates from county jails to the women's prison in Santee as a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19. 
Chula Vista man killed in single vehicle collision in East County

Chula Vista man killed in single vehicle collision in East County

A single-vehicle collision Thursday morning in East County killed a Chula Vista man after the impact of hitting a tree caused the driver to eject from the vehicle.