Reward offered for reality TV contestant charged with killing, mutilating former model

Reward offered for reality TV star in model death

BUENA PARK, Calif. — A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a reality TV contestant accused of killing an ex-model, removing her teeth and fingers, and stuffing her body in a suitcase.

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Indictment says Mexican drug ring killed 9 in San Diego, kidnapped others

17 indicted in San Diego murder-kidnap ring

SAN DIEGO — Members of a group of Mexican drug traffickers have been indicted in the murders of nine people in the San Diego area — including two victims whose bodies were dissolved in acid, authorities announced Thursday.

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Ex-NFL running back Lawrence Phillips faces 25-year sentence after Calif. assault conviction

Ex-NFL RB Lawrence Phillips found guilty in Calif.

SAN DIEGO — Former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips has been convicted of assault and other felony charges in San Diego.

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Judge dismisses lawsuit by environmental groups to halt desalination plant in California

Suit to halt Calif. desalination plant dismissed

SAN DIEGO — A judge has dismissed an environmental lawsuit challenging what is being billed as the largest desalination plant in the Western Hemisphere in Carlsbad.

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California man convicted in hourlong trial of threatening to kill Obama during campaign

California man convicted of threatening Obama

SAN DIEGO — A man has been convicted in San Diego of making racially charged comments on the Internet during the U.S. presidential campaign about killing Barack Obama.

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San Diego man accused of using baby sitters to provide child porn victims pleads not guilty

Man pleads not guilty in baby sitter porn case

SAN DIEGO — A San Diego man accused of paying baby sitters to bring him children to molest has pleaded not guilty to 20 criminal counts.

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San Diego will ask judge to lift order forcing city to remove seals from La Jolla beach

San Diego will seek lifting of seal removal order

SAN DIEGO — The city of San Diego said Tuesday it will go to court to ask a state judge to lift an order requiring the immediate removal of a colony of federally protected harbor seals from a La Jolla cove.

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Murder of Los Angeles woman on Mexico cruise, husband’s arrest stun neighbors, friends

Friends shocked as LA man charged in wife’s murder

SAN DIEGO — They were former high school sweethearts who found each other decades later and renewed their love. Robert and Shirley McGill were marking their 55th birthdays just days into their luxurious Mexican cruise when she was found beaten to death in their cabin.

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FBI agent: LA teacher admitted to killing wife with “bare hands” during Mexican cruise

Agent: Man said he killed wife with his bare hands

SAN DIEGO — Court documents allege that a school teacher accused of killing his wife on a Mexican cruise told an FBI agent he killed her “with his bare hands.”

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Marine cleared of disobeying order over newspaper interview after intelligence case plea

Marine in intel case cleared of disobeying order

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. — A court-martialed Marine who gave a newspaper interview about his role in the theft of government files has been acquitted of disobeying orders.

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