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Repeat DUI Offender Pleads Guilty in 2012 Death of Brother-in-Law

A repeat drunken driver who fled a California Highway Patrol officer while racing, before eventually crashing in Oceanside and killing his brother-in-law, pleaded guilty Thursday to voluntary manslaughter. Jorge Luis Lopez, 23, also admitted to charges of drunken driving with injury, reckless evasion causing injury, participating in a speed contest causing death, assault with a […]

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SDSU Student Government Defeats Anti-Israel Measure by Wide Margin

San Diego State University‘s student government on Wednesday defeated an anti-Israel resolution by a vote of 16-3. The resolution, which would have been largely symbolic if passed, called on the university to sell its stock holdings in top U.S. companies that supply Israel, including Hewlett-Packard, General Electric and Caterpillar. Last year a similar divestiture measure […]

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Bee Slaughter at Southwestern College May Have Violated Law, Paper Says

Southwestern College recently exterminated nearly 5,000 bees swarming a parking lot, the student paper reported Wednesday, despite what it called state and federal laws against it. “A clustered swarm of bees was discovered by Chula Vista police near student parking and the area was closed down before a college landscaping employee contacted Carlos Richardson, photography […]