AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for October 3, 2013

San Diego Police SWAT is wrapping up an all-night standoff at a Mountain View home. Mountain View is a neighborhood in South Eastern San Diego. A woman was holed up in the home since all night after a severely injured man was found on the sidewalk. The man later died. Police arrested the suspect at around 4:15 AM and are still at 3700 Franklin Avenue investigating.

A woman’s body was found face down on the Barona Indian Reservation in far East San Diego County. An autopsy is being conducted to figure out if it’s the body of missing 79-year-old Mahria Mansury. Mansury’s 42-year-old daughter, who lived with her mother, was taken in for questioning by police.

This morning at 8:30 San Diego County and the City of Carlsbad are holding a disaster drill at the McClellan-Palomar Airport. They’ll have actors dressed up like disaster victims and propane fueled fires for realism.

Then at noon the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation, San Diego Sport Innovators, and San Diego Workforce Partnership are releasing a study about the sports industry’s economic impact on the San Diego region.

And at 6:00 tonight the city of El Cajon is having another meeting about how to spend a one point four million dollar Community Development Block Grant.

The University of San Diego is hosting a conference on the link between peace and commerce called “Leadership for Peace and Prosperity Conference”

Women and leadership is the topic of a speech by Sila Gonzalez-Calderon at Cal State San Marcos tonight at 6:00

And finally at 2:00 this afternoon the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla Playhouse, and the University of California San Diego are all teaming up for a four-day art festival called “World Without Wall”. The whole thing is going to be set up in and around the La Jolla Playhouse

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