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LA MESA MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO SEXUALLY ABUSING UNCONSCIOUS WOMEN AT U.S. EMBASSY IN MEXICO

July 26, 2021 (La Mesa) – Brian Jeffrey Raymond, 45, of La Mesa has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing, photographing and recording numerous unconscious women while working at the U.S. embassy in Mexico between 2006 and May 2020. Women have accused Raymond of drugging them and videos on his electronic devices reveal that he raped at least two women and fondled other victims.
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Can an employer legally force you to get the COVID-19 vaccine?

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – In the midst of Gov. Newsom announcing that all state and healthcare employees either get vaccinated or be tested on a weekly basis, many are wondering, can an employer actually force you to get the vaccine?. The answer is a qualified yes, said, Legal Analyst Dan...
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SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE FLOODING TONIGHT, WARM WEATHER ON THE WAY

July 26, 2021 (San Diego’s East County) - The National Weather Service forecasts isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms in San Diego County’s mountains and deserts this evening, with flash flooding possible in some areas. There is a chance of more thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. Dry, warmer weather is anticipated Wednesday...
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Dr. Kelly Victory on whether it’s necessary for children to get vaccinated

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Emergency and Public Health Specialist, Dr. Kelly Victory, joined KUSI’s Ginger Jeffries to discuss COVID-19 vaccinations for children. Dr. Victory started the conversation by stating that she is not against vaccines in general, but any medical treatment is taking a risk, thus prompting individuals to make a cost-benefit analysis.
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Sport Fishing Industry Says ‘Unrealistic’ Pollution Rules Will Put Fleets Out of Business

The California sports fishing industry said Monday that “technically infeasible” state pollution rules effective in 2023 could force many boat owners out of business. “The sportfishing industry is committed to reducing engine emissions, however the Newsom administration has proposed harbor craft regulations that disproportionally impact family operations by mandating engine technology that has not been developed yet, or in other cases proven safe at sea,” said Ken Franke, president of the Sportfishing Association of California.
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World Drowning Prevention Day

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Water gives life but it also has the power to take away. Anywhere in San Diego County is never too far from water and it’s imperative to learn how to prevent drowning. World Drowning Prevention Day was July 25 and retired San Diego lifeguard John Sandmeyer...
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Health officials urge vaccinations as delta variant spreads

SAN DIEGO – San Diego County public health officials continue to urge residents to get vaccinated as the more infectious delta variant it on its way to becoming the county’s dominant strain of the virus. “It’s essentially coronavirus on steroids,” Sharp HealthCare Family Medicine Dr. Abisola Olulade said. The virus...
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