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Published on January 29, 2020
Top San Diego news: Chargers won't bring back Rivers; co. officials take steps to aid homeless; morePhoto: Tyrel Johnson/Unsplash

Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in San Diego.

Chargers will not bring back Philip Rivers

For many football fans the final piece, the last thing that represented and kept alive the San Diego Chargers, was Philip Rivers.

Read the full story on NBC 7 San Diego.

San Diego Automotive Museum names Lenny Leszczynski as Executive Director

San Diego native Lenny Leszczynski has recently been named Executive Director of the San Diego Automotive Museum. Lenny brings more than 25 years of nonprofit professional experience to the Auto Museum.

Read the full story on Times of San Diego.

Motel vouchers, other homeless aid advanced by county supervisors

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday took steps toward helping homeless people in unincorporated regions of San Diego County.

Read the full story on Times of San Diego.

City Attorney Mara Elliott defends 'smart streetlights' as unexpected crime solver

City Attorney Mara Elliott defended San Diego's program to install so-called "smart streetlights" with cameras as an unexpected new crime solver.

Read the full story on Times of San Diego.

State Sen. Brian Jones backs constitutional amendment to protect gig economy

State Sen. Brian Jones announced his support for an amendment to California's constitution to overturn Assembly Bill 5 and protect the gig economy.

Read the full story on Times of San Diego.

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