This morning at 10:00 Federal immigration officials are talking to the media about human trafficking. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) representatives will talk about how people are tricked by smugglers and then enslaved. They are also going to talk about training available for local law enforcement and community groups that help victims become survivors.
Military firefighters are clearing brush today in a controlled burn at Marin Corps Air Station Miramar. Smoke and flames may be visible in the area from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
The University of California at San Diego is opening its new trauma center 10:00 AM
Remember the Sprinter commuter train from Northern San Diego County? It was shut down because of brake problems. Well it is going to start running again and the North County Transit District is going to tell us when this morning at 10:30 at the Oceanside Transit Center.
Back down South in San Diego the Metropolitan Transit System is awarding 40 high school seniors laptops for winning an essay contest about creative ways to increase public transit ridership.
San Diego City Council is having a special closed session meeting at 5:00 tonight to talk about labor negotiation. However public comment is scheduled on this at some point as well.
And finally a groundbreaking at 4:00 this afternoon for Montgomery High School … They are getting new classrooms, gymnasium, science lab, and lunch area.
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