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A man looks on as a bank burns after a protest over the death of George Floyd, on May 31, 2020, in La Mesa, Calif. A former San Diego-area police officer who pushed a Black man during an arrest in 2020 was acquitted Friday, Dec. 10, 2021, of lying on his report about the incident, which was captured on video and sparked widespread looting and arson amid nationwide racial unrest

Ex-officer Acquitted of Lying About Arrest of Black Man

A former San Diego-area police officer who pushed a Black man during an arrest last year was acquitted Friday, December 10, of lying on...

NAACP San Diego Branch Releases Statement on La Mesa Police Officer

Re: Justice system fails: former La Mesa police officer found not guilty of filing a false police report The NAACP San Diego Branch is disappointed...

New County Supervisors Sworn Into Office

By Tracy DeFore, County of San Diego Communications Office Three new members of the San Diego County Board of Supervisors were sworn in during a...


Brian Goodin | Contributing Writer Photos by Brian Goodin Sunday is a day of unity for many congregations and so it was for several motorcyclists who...

Re: “Assault” on a “Peace” Officer in La Mesa

Re: “Assault” on a “Peace” Officer in La Mesa Chief Walt Vasquez of the La Mesa Police Department has this to say: The La Mesa Police...

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Each year we partner with San Diego County Youth Football Teams to give need-based grants to some of their athletes.  This grant covers the cost of the athlete participating in the organization. This is a joint effort with Rudolph A. Johnson III, CEO of Neighborhood House Association and the Phi Omicron and Beta Nu Nu Chapters of The Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The outyear goal is to establish a grant with each of the 15 teams across San Diego county.

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