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San Diego County Hits Record-High Temps Schools Close

Around 120 San Diego Unified School District schools without full air conditioning have implemented “minimum day schedules,” including Clairemont, Crawford, La Jolla, Madison, Mira Mesa, Mission Bay and University City high schools, according to the district. After-school athletic activities have been canceled at all city schools.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 20, 2014

Teachers in the East San Diego County city of Alpine are striking this morning at 6:00 AM. The Alpine Teachers Association says that the Alpine School District is trying to make unacceptable cuts to their salaries. Teachers say up to 60%.

However in a tweet the district says “bargaining teams met again … Unfortunately, we were unable to reach an agreement.” And then they posted a link to their proposal.

Another San Diego Police officer is accused of sexual misconduct. Police Chief William Lansdown says the yet-to-be named officer is under investigation but has not been charged. This all comes on the heels of charges being filed against former SDPD officer Christopher Hays for sexually inappropriate contact with suspects. The latest charges come from a woman that initially accused Hays of groping her then exposing himself. She now says that Hays wasn’t the guy but another officer did it, after arresting her for suspicion of auto theft last year. In a press conference SDPD said that they are going to begin requiring at least two officers be present after woman are arrested.

At 9:00 AM in San Diego’s courthouse Laura Elshire is being sentenced for her involvement in a failed bank heist where one of her accomplices was shot.

Also at 9:00 AM in San Diego’s courthouse closing arguments start in the penalty phase for the Mexican kidnapping and murder gang Los Palillos. Jorge Rojas Lopez and Juan Estrada-Gonzalez were convicted of multiple murders in San Diego between 2004-2007. The prosecution is asking for the death penalty or life in prison.

The 2014 Maritime Economic Development Workshop starts its two-day conference this morning at 8:15. Representatives from Port Authorities from across the country will be at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront for the annual meeting.

Helping people sign up for health coverage by the March 1st federal deadline is what the North County Health Services is doing at 10:00 am in Oceanside’s Public Library.

At 10:30 this morning San Diego Fire Rescue Foundation is giving the Fire Department $20,000 worth of cable cutters. Emergency responders are going to demo the new tools by cutting a fake victim out of a car.

Tonight at 6:00 San Diego Black Police Officers Association is honoring Black History Month with a display of pre-World War II officers at the San Diego Police Museum.

And finally also at 6:00 tonight the granddaughter of Dashiell Hammett is talking about her grandfather’s book and movie “The Maltese Falcon” at the Oceanside Museum of Art.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for February 3, 2014

Weather in San Diego!

San Diego County is getting showers along the coast and inland valleys and snow in the mountains. The National Weather Service issued then canceled its winter weather advisory for San Diego city but the east county mountains still have one. The snow level will be at around 4000 feet and their expecting up to 4-inches on the ground. So if you live in or are going to the mountains take care the roads will be slick.

Sheriff’s Department is giving tours of the new women’s jail and recruiting this morning starting at 6:00 AM. The new jail is in the East San Diego city of Santee right next to the Las Colinas Women’s Detention Facility.

This afternoon at 1:30 in San Diego’s courthouse there is a sentencing and arraignment worth mentioning.

First Jason Arringdale will hear his fate after pleading guilty to confronting a woman and her baby in a rest room.

Then Ameen Brynt is being arraigned and is accused of trying to rape a woman in Balboa Park.

At 10:00 AM a new City Heights community park will officially open with a ribbon-cutting from Interim Mayor Todd Gloria and Councilwoman Marti Emerald.

Then at 11:30 another ribbon-cutting for several improvements at Florence Griffith Joyner Elementary School that make walking to school safer.

And tonight at 6:00 at the Old Globe Theater … a forum on affordable housing with Interim Mayor Todd Gloria, State housing official Susan Riggs, & President / CEO of San Diego Housing Commission Richard Gentry. All that before a play about a woman who loses her house.

And finally at 8:00 AM Pershing Middle School is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for January 21, 2014

Increased security welcome students back to class today after threatening online messages closed the school late last week. Police and school administrators closed the Heritage Digital Academy Middle School, Heritage Digital Academy High School, and Escondido Charter High School on Friday because of the threats. On Thursday an anonymous person threatened the schools saying it would come under “a barrage of bullets”. Ominously the suspect also said “You’ll see me on the news”. School officials and police say that they think the school is safe enough today for students to return.

Two sentencing’s of note this afternoon in San Diego’s downtown courthouse. Paul Aaron Brinkman will hear his fate for charging a police officer with a pair of scissors. And Victor Manual Diaz pleaded guilty to prank-calling his sister saying there was a bomb in her car, which caused authorities to shut down Interstate 15.

Tonight at 5:00 the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education is meeting about a budget plan and how the state’s spending proposal will impact the school district.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for January 17, 2014

The National Weather Service extends the Red Flag fire danger warning into a fifth day today. Hot temperatures, Low Humidity, and fast winds continue through today. Originally issued on Monday, the red flag warning was first set to end Wednesday but the National Weather Service has been extending it every day since then. Today’s humidity will be at 5 percent, winds will gust up around 40 miles per hour, and temperatures will be in the high 70’s to low 80’s.

Threats on social media close a school in the Northern San Diego County city of Escondido. Heritage Charter School put a message on their web site saying ..

“…someone had made a threat of violence at school…We want our students and staff to be safe, so as a precaution we are closing all American Heritage Charter schools tomorrow.”

School officials say anticipate opening back up on Tuesday the 21st.

This morning at 7:00 AM San Diego Unified School District superintendent Cindy Marten will give the key note speech at the 29th annual YMCA of San Diego County Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Human Dignity Award Breakfast. This year’s “Dignity Award” is going to a promenade community activist.

Revenge porn is on the docket in San Diego’s downtown courthouse. At 1:30 this afternoon 27-year-old Kevin Bollaert is in court and accused of posting explicit pictures of woman on a website he ran. Authorities say Bollaert was asking for gift cards in exchange for removing the pictures.

David Alvarez and Kevin Faulconer face off in another mayoral candidate debate at 2:30 this afternoon. This is the second debate between the two mayoral hopefuls. This time it’s at the KUSI studios in Kearny Mesa

And finally tonight at 5:00 a photographic exhibit called “4th Trimester Bodies Project” will open with a reception at the So Childish Children’s Boutique. The photographs show how women’s bodies change through their pregnancy.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for January 9, 2014

The federal government names 24 people in a federal indictment and accuses them of being a sex trafficking gang. According to the feds these suspects are part of a nationwide gang that they also accuse of racketeering, murder, kidnapping, robbery, and drug crimes. Authorities say the gang called B-M-S worked with lower level street gangs like Neighborhood Crips, the Lincoln Park Crips and the West Coast Crips. U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy says “The kind of sex trafficking described in this indictment is nothing less than modern-day slavery”. Nearly all of those arrested will be in San Diego’s federal court this afternoon at 1:30.

Governor Jerry Brown is pitching his Budget proposal all across the state today. He’ll be in San Diego’s City Hall media room at 12:30 this afternoon.

Ray Mabus the Secretary of the Navy is all over San Diego today. First he’s on base at North Island Naval Base for San Diego Military Advisory Council’s monthly breakfast meeting at 7:30 AM. Then he’s off to the General Dynamics NASSCO shipyard to talk to the workers there at 10:30. And he ends his world wind with a 1:00 talk with some of the sailors at Naval Base Coronado.

San Diego’s sidewalk conditions are the subject of a 12:45 PM news conference with San Diego interim Mayor Todd Gloria and Councilman Mark Kersey. They are hoping to get an accurate picture of which sidewalks need repair, how much it’ll cost, and where to start.

At 11:00 AM San Diego Unified School District Board of Education President Kevin Beiser is talking to the American Society for Industrial Security about safety and security at San Diego schools. They’re meeting at the Admiral Baker Golf Course.

And finally tonight at 6:00 the public can hear the San Diego County Water Authority talking about some preliminary plans to manage their capital projects and climate change.

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AM Briefing from Bowlersdesk.com for September 3, 2013

At 11 AM today in a yet to be determined location Carl DeMaio is going to announce if he’s running for mayor. DeMaio lost to Bob Filner in a close election less than a year ago and he’s currently running for congress. If DeMaio runs for mayor he’ll have to drop out of his congressional race, witch won’t be decided till next year. So it’s still conceivable that DeMaio runs for mayor … and if he loses … the restarts his congressional race. However I seriously doubt that Carl DeMaio plans on losing anything.

The interim mayor Todd Gloria is also expected to make his decision to run or not today as well.

Today is the first day of school for 133,000 students in the San Diego Unified School District. At 5:00 AM district officials will officially ring in the new school year at Mission Bay High School.

San Diego’s newest school “E3 Civic High” will welcome its founding class this morning at 8:15. The charter school is inside San Diego’s new downtown Library.

Then tonight at 5:00 the San Diego Unified School District Board of Education is meeting.

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