AM Briefing from for September 24, 2013

San Diego Police are investigating the homicide of a woman whose body was found almost next door to San Diego Police Department’s headquarters in downtown. The victim was found at about 1:30 AM today. More info will come out later in the morning

San Diego City Council is expected to approve an 18.5 million dollar settlement today for a boy severely injured by a trash truck. 9-year-old Luke Acuna was hit by the city truck while riding his skateboard on November 17 of 2011. Attorneys representing Acuna say the trash truck made an illegal turn then struck the boy who was in a crosswalk at the time.

At 9:00 this morning San Diego’s County Board of Supervisors is meeting and on the agenda … the health care reform, data contractor bids, and public safety.

Smoke and carbon-monoxide alarms are the subject of a press conference this morning at 10:30 from Fire Marshal Doug Perry.

Stockbrokers Gary Yin will be in federal court this morning at 10:00. Yin’s and a former Qualcomm executive are accused of insider trading.

And finally at 9:00 AM the Cyber Security Summit kicks off. Organizers hope to help improve San Diego’s cyber security business.

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