Local agencies examine drought impact, policy Sat, Apr 25 2015 12:00 PM

Gov. Jerry Brown’s water restrictions have water agencies in the South County scrambling to determine how they are going to comply with the first mandatory water restrictions in the state’s history.
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Tools from the city help rebuild buildings, lives

More than a year after typhoon Yolanda struck the Philippines in November 2013, Filipinos in the cities of Tacloban and Cebu City are still rebuilding their lives and repairing their homes. The deadliest typhoon in Philippine history killed at lea [..]

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DA promotes comp compliance

The San Diego District Attorney’s Workers Compensation campaign nears its conclusion in the South County and heads to North County in a few months. The district attorney’s informational campaign has been presented to the Chula Vista an [..]

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Twenty-something exposer to live with parents while on probation

A judge sentenced a Chula Vista man who exposed himself in front of an elementary school to 308 days in jail he has already served with three years probation. Justine Jeffery Sison, 24, was ordered April 15 to stay away from McMillin Elementary Sc [..]

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Businessman sentenced for stabbing ‘uncle’

A judge handed down a 27-year prison term April 16 to the man who was convicted of stabbing a Chula Vista man multiple times over a business matter. Brandon Pabilona Ancho, 37, will have to serve 85 percent of the 27-year term before he is eligibl [..]

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