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Top San Diego news: 2 boys die in crash; new network in Mexico blamed for poor cell service; more

Top San Diego news: 2 boys die in crash; new network in Mexico blamed for poor cell service; more
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By Hoodline - Published on November 07, 2019.

Missed the most recent top news in San Diego? Read on for everything you need to know.

Mother wakes up in hospital, learns 2 sons didn't survive crash

A San Diego mother woke up in the hospital following a horrific car accident to learn her two young sons did not survive. She and her family are now hoping the generosity of strangers can help give the boys a proper burial.

Read the full story on NBC 7 San Diego.

New network in Mexico blamed for poor San Diego cellphone service

Cellular coverage near the border has deteriorated significantly over the past few months for Verizon customers after a cellular operator in Mexico launched a new network that taps the same frequency band.

Read the full story on The San Diego Union-Tribune.

San Diego hotel tax hike for convention center, homeless headed to March ballot

Voters in March will get a chance to weigh in on whether San Diego’s hotel tax should be raised in order to finance a convention center expansion, expanded services for the homeless and road repairs.

Read the full story on The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Federal agents raid 5 locations including a home in Rancho San Diego, investigating suspected money laundering

At least three people were detained but were later released, according to authorities.

Read the full story on CBS 8 - San Diego News.

Road made of recycled plastic at UC San Diego is first of its kind in America

The 250-foot stretch of eco-friendly road at UCSD was installed a year ago and has garnered a lot of attention.

Read the full story on CBS 8 - San Diego News.


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