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  • Deadly train collision under investigation

    Submitted|Updated Feb 4, 2024

    An investigation is underway after a deadly train collision occurred on the Sprinter train tracks between Vista Village Dr. and Guajome St in the city of Vista. The train collision occurred at approximately 4:59 a.m., near mile post marker 109.5, on North County Transit District train tracks that travel from Oceanside Transit Center to the Escondido Transit Center. Sheriff's Deputies from the Vista Patrol Station and fire personnel responded to the scene and declared the invol...

  • Driver sustains injuries in rollover accident

    Submitted|Updated Jun 1, 2022

    A rollover in front of Estrella’s Restaurant on S. Mission sent the driver to the hospital yesterday, May 31, early evening. According to the North County Fire Protection District spokesman, the driver self-extricated from her Acura SUV. She sustained moderate injuries....

  • Pala Casino paid out over $25,000,000 in slots and games in March

    Submitted|Updated Apr 5, 2022

    PALA, CA – Pala Casino Spa Resort paid out over $25,000,000 in slots and table games across the casino floor to guests during the month of March, including over 9,000 jackpots. Winning guests played a variety of games, making Pala a premier destination for gaming of all types! Some of the winning guests include but are not limited to: Name: Henry Francis R. Location: Vista, CA Amount: $13,091.81 Slot Description: Dragon's Riches_001 Name: Gerardo Tijerina G. Location:...

  • BREAKING: Federal court temporarily blocks Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate

    Submitted|Updated Nov 6, 2021

    AILAN EVANS TECH REPORTER/The Daily Caller The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit temporarily halted the Biden administration's rule requiring employers with over 100 workers to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations or implement weekly testing In a ruling issued Saturday on a lawsuit filed by state attorneys general, the court ordered the vaccine mandate to be temporarily halted. The mandate was to be enforced through the Occupational Safety and Health...

  • Bonsall Unified School District names Joseph Clevenger as superintendent

    Submitted by BUSD|Updated Jun 25, 2021

    BONSALL- The Bonsall Unified School District Board of Trustees has selected Mr. Joseph Clevenger to serve as the Superintendent following an extensive search facilitated by the San Diego County Office of Education. Input for the new superintendent included sessions with administrators, teachers, staff, parents, and district stakeholders. Multiple community forums were held, and an online survey was available for anyone to complete. The Board of Trustees selected Mr. Clevenger...

  • Pala Casino Spa Resort hiring over 100 positions

    submitted|Updated May 7, 2021

    PALA, CA – Pala Casino Spa Resort announced today an active search for candidates to fill over 100 full and part-time positions across various departments. As part of the search, Pala Casino now offers a $1000 sign-on bonus program for new hires. Open positions include, but are not limited to, Greeter, Rewards Card Attendant, Cashier / Food Attendant, Pool Attendant, Dishwasher, Security, Hotel Front Desk, and Housekeeper. “At Pala Casino, we take great pride in creating an excellent place to work with competitive wages a...

  • DC Takes Federal Largesse, but Rejects Law Enforcement Help

    Submitted|Updated Sep 2, 2020

    Protesters in the nation’s capital—one of the largest recipients of federal aid—became a rowdy mob Thursday night outside the White House after the conclusion of President Donald Trump’s acceptance speech during the Republican National Convention. Harassed guests who were present for the president’s speech credited officers of the Metropolitan Police Department with protecting them as they departed the White House. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser has rejected additional federal help in law enforcement despite the unrest...

  • 'Nice White Parents' Responsible for Failing Public Schools, New York Times Says

    Submitted|Updated Sep 2, 2020

    Why does the public education system continue to fail America’s children? Policy experts have pondered this question for decades. Most say the answer is complicated, requiring a nuanced, collaborative approach. But not The New York Times. It found the problem, and it’s simple: white parents. The solution? “Try, whenever possible, to suppress the power of white parents.” That quote comes from the Times’ podcast “Nice White Parents,” which chronicles the history of a single public school in New York....

  • U.S. Marshals Find 39 Missing Children in Georgia During 'Operation Not Forgotten'

    Submitted|Updated Aug 27, 2020

    Washington, DC - The U.S. Marshals Service Missing Child Unit, in conjunction with the agency’s Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and Georgia state and local agencies, led a two-week operation in August in Atlanta and Macon, Georgia, to rescue endangered missing children. "Operation Not Forgotten" resulted in the rescue of 26 children, the safe location of 13 children and the arrest of nine criminal associates. Additionally, investigators cleared 26...

  • Power outages ordered amid San Diego County heatwave

    Submitted|Updated Aug 17, 2020

    SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Temperatures soared into the triple digits again Monday, Aug. 17 in parts of San Diego County amid a heatwave expected to last through at least mid-week, with rotating power outages potentially on tap for more than 100,000 San Diego Gas & Electric customers to counter a spike in electricity demand. High pressure over the southwestern United States will continue ushering in the scorching heat through at least Thursday, according to the National Weather Service, which has posted an excessive heat warning...

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