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  1. Council supports familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star News

    On Tuesday the Chula Vista City Council approved a revised resolution in support of keeping immigrant families together at the U.S.-Mexico border. The resolution, which passed 3-1, serves as a strong response against the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy of referring all border crossings for federal criminal prosecution, which leads to children being separated from their families as parents or relatives are sent to jail.

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  2. Chula Vista stands up for familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star News

    The Chula Vista City Council has approved a resolution opposing U.S. Government policies resulting in separation of immigrant children from their families and the detention of immigrant families; supporting alternatives to detention for immigrant families; and supporting actions or policies that expedite reunification while allowing families to proceed through the legal system. The vote, taken at the July 17 City Council meeting, was 3-1-1, with Councilmember Mike Diaz opposed and Councilmember John McCann abstaining.

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  3. Demand changeRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star News

    Since Chula Vista had the honor of having the fifth highest paid mayor in the state in 2017 and part time council members with between $70,137. and $87,772.64 the Southwest Chula Vista Civic Association members who came to our meeting on June 4 voted to take the position that the council must ask the Charter Review Commission to put on the ballot changing the way the mayor and council salaries are determined ASAP.

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  4. Strike demonstrates a hunger for humane treatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star News

    "We need to bring back humanity to this nation, to stop the dehumanization of people of color." Gretel Rodriguez speaks softly, but emphatically.

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  5. Judge scolds SS thief before sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star News

    A judge asked a Social Security thief Friday to look at everyone else in the room to understand who he stole from before he sentenced him to 37 months in federal prison. The 37-month term was given to Andres Avelino Anduaga, 66, formerly of Chula Vista, by U.S. District Court Judge John Houston, who ordered him to pay $360,908.85 to three government agencies.

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  6. Jury finds knife-wielding sister guiltyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Star News

    A woman has been convicted of attempted murder in the stabbing of her sister's boyfriend in National City in 2015. The Chula Vista Superior Court jury found Christina Maria Daniel, 34, guilty of attempted murder and assault with a knife upon Antonio Garcia, 44. The jury on June 26 determined the victim had suffered great bodily injury in which he was stabbed in the head, back, abdomen, and hand.

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  7. #FoodieNews: cool down with some unique drinks at VaniTea CafeRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Star News

    PHOTO/KRIS GALICIA BROWN VaniTea Cafe offers the perfect combination to cool down on a hot day. Photo by Kris Galicia Brown Looking for a satisfying cold treat that'll give you that refreshing fix in this summer heat? My favorite spot for an ice cold fix is at VaniTea Cafe, just off the 805 freeway on Telegraph Canyon Road in Chula Vista.

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  8. Eastlake 10U, Park View 12U all-stars advance in Section 7 Little League playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 16 | Star News

    The Park View Little League Green Monsters have advanced to Tuesday's California Section 7 Little League championship game. Photo by Phillip Brents Two California District 42 Little League all-star teams have advanced to championship games in their respective divisions at this week's California Section 7 tournaments.

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  9. OWD board approves modest pay boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Star News

    Otay Water District's recently approved $100 million operational and capital improvements budget includes pay raises for all five water board members, making what board members say is a "minimal impact" to the budget. At the June 6 OWD meeting, directors voted 4-1 to increase the per diem rate for attendance at regular meetings, pre-approved meetings and committee meetings.

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  10. Chula Vista City Council delays taking action on separated familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Star News

    The Chula Vista City Council on Tuesday listened to public testimony calling for "stronger language" on a resolution denouncing President Donald Trump's administration policy of separating families who cross into the United States seeking asylum. The council did not take a stand to support a draft resolution, holding off on deliberations and a vote until the next council meeting Tuesday, July 17. If approved as it is written, the resolution "calls on the United States government to immediately reunite families separated at the U.S. border with Mexico, especially in cases where the family is exercising its right to apply for asylum, or in cases when the only offense committed is crossing the border illegally."

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  11. Protestors take stand against U.S. 'concentration' campsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Star News

    Customs and Border Protection sector headquarters in Chula Vista, silently protesting the "concentration camp" like conditions that young children are placed in when separated from their families crossing the U.S. border seeking asylum. Protestors on Thursday, July 5, held signs that read "Chula Vista" "San Ysdiro" "Camp Pendleton -Pending" and other locations in the county that the sector oversees.

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  12. Septuagenarian admits illegally importing sea cucumberRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Star News

    A Chula Vista businessman has pleaded guilty to improperly importing sea cucumbers from Mexico by concealing the identification of a vendor in his son's seafood business which is in Arizona. Sentencing for Ramon Torres Mayorquin, 76, is set for Sept.

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  13. Tax increases in the future?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Star News

    The "Eastern Urban Center" was part of the original 1993 Plan for Otay Ranch. It was to be the "University Towne Centre" of south county.

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  14. Sweetwater Valley Little League captures 11U District 42 bannerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Star News

    Sweetwater Valley Little League captured this year's California District 42 Little League 11U all-star championship banner. Photo by Jon Bigornia For starters, the league captured a pair of titles in California District 42 Little League's annual Tournament of Champions, winning the 8U and Minor divisions on June 21 at the Imperial Beach Little League complex.

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  15. South Coast Water Polo Club is having busy summerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 8 | Star News

    It's been a busy summer so far for the South Coast Water Polo Club, and it isn't over by any means. Competition wraps up this week in the annual East County summer league play being conducted at Valhalla High School , Montgomery Middle School and Monte Vista High School .

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  16. Did you attend this year's Avenue Amps & Ales in downtown Chula Vista?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Star News

    Cheers! -- This year's Avenue Amps & Ales attracted new and returning guests to the downtown Chula Vista festival. Photo by Jeremiah Jimeno The Third annual Avenue Amps & Ales festival attracted new and returning guests and media groups to the revitalized downtown area on May 12. More than 400 attendees from all over San Diego County enjoyed the crafty ales and hopping amps before heading down the avenue to check out the new Saturday night vibe and additional TAVA businesses.

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  17. Something red, white and blue she never outgrewRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Star News

    At the Sweetwater Women's Club June tea, members were supposed to wear something that either reflected the Fourth of July or attire that one would wear to a tea such as a hat and pearls. Betsy Stewart, who was celebrating her 25th year as a club member at that meeting, had nothing in her current wardrobe that fit in with the month's dress attire.

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  18. Precious metal thief busted for counterfeit cardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Star News

    A former Chula Vista man has been sentenced to 51 months in federal prison for stealing gold and silver from a Chula Vista coin shop and other businesses with counterfeit credit cards. Danny Stephen Wray, 29, was ordered to pay $76,489 back to businesses by U.S. District Court Judge John Houston in San Diego in June.

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  19. Jury decides Thinn is cellmate stranglerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Star News

    After only one day of deliberations, a jury convicted Clinton Thinn of first-degree murder June 27 in the strangulation of his cellmate where Thinn was living after being arrested for attempted bank robbery in Chula Vista. Thinn, 31, of New Zealand, showed little reaction after a seven woman, five man jury convicted him of killing Lyle Woodward, 30. Woodward was found lying on the cell floor on Dec. 3, 2016, after Thinn summoned deputies and asked for a nurse to examine him.

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  20. ASC San Diego's soccer fix starts in Chula VistaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Star News

    While the 2018 World Cup continues to whittle down teams in advance of its July 15 championship game, playoff soccer is taking place much closer to home. ASC San Diego will host a National Premier Soccer League Southwest Division regional playoff match Saturday, July 7, at Mission Bay High School.

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