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Top San Diego news: Amber Alert cancelled, report deemed false; STDs at 30-year high in CA; more

Top San Diego news: Amber Alert cancelled, report deemed false; STDs at 30-year high in CA; more
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By Hoodline - Published on November 11, 2019.

Here's the most recent top news you may have missed in San Diego.

Amber Alert cancelled, prompted by false report

The San Diego Police Department has called off Saturday's Amber Alert after determining that the man who reported his vehicle stolen with a child inside filed a false report.

Read the full story on 10News – ABC San Diego KGTV.

Suspects tried to run over officer, shots fired in Imperial Beach

Multiple people called San Diego police reporting gunfire in Imperial Beach late Saturday night.

Read the full story on NBC 7 San Diego.

Sexually transmitted diseases in San Diego County hit 20-year high, STDs at 30-year high in California

Here's how the daunting numbers break down and where you can find free help in San Diego County.

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

Audit: San Diego's homeless students likely undercounted

There were about 20,600 students considered homeless in schools throughout San Diego in the 2017-18 school year, but the actual number is likely higher, according to the findings of a new state audit.

Read the full story on 10News – ABC San Diego KGTV.

Historic rise in Chinese students at UC San Diego stalls due to sour political climate in US

The social and political climate in the U.S. has left many foreign students feeling unwelcome and unsafe, leading to a national drop in the number of newcomers seeking a spot at American universities, according the Institute of International Education, a New York-based interest group.

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


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