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Federal appeals court rules Obamacare subsidies illegal Video included

A federal appeals court has ruled that government subsidies under Obamacare are illegal in the 36 states with federal health exchanges. If the ruling stands, millions of people who purchased coverage through federal exchanges will lose their coverage. And it's all because they can't afford health insurance without the subsidy; without subsidies, Obamacare collapses. KUSI's Steve Bosh has the details. More>>

The calm before Comic-Con 2014 Video included

It is the calm before the Comic-Con storm in downtown San Diego. From live concerts at Petco Park, to movie and show premieres at Gaslamp Theaters and everything in between, Comic-Con 2014 is about to get underway. KUSI's Kristen Cusato has the preview. More>>

Vigil at City Hall to raise the minimum wage Video included

The battle over raising the minimum wage in San Diego is raging again. Tuesday, a variety of religious leaders brought their message directly to the mayor's office. KUSI's Dan Plante was there. More>>

European Union considers new sanctions against Russia Video included

International tension is growing over the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane that was shot down over disputed territory in Ukraine. KUSI's Ross Becker has the update. More>>

San Diego Food Bank President James Floros talks summer food drive for kids Video included

San Diego Food Bank President James Floros stops by to KUSI to talk about the organization's summer food drive for children "School's Out, Hunger's Not". Many families face hunger in the summer months when their children do not receive the free food that they usually get at school. Floros details what the public can do to help children in need. More>>

Possible Goodwill data breach under investigation

Nonprofit organization Goodwill Industries Inc. is working with federal officials to investigate a possible security breach. More>>

Nationwide fruit recall over possible listeria contamination

A Central California company is recalling specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots sold nationwide over concerns of possible listeria contamination. More>>

Father pleads guilty after son brings gun to Hilltop High School

A man whose 14-year-old son brought his father's gun to Hilltop High School in Chula Vista pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of felony child abuse, possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of ammunition by a felon. More>>

PETA places another anti-SeaWorld ad at airport

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals announced Tuesday that it has placed another anti-SeaWorld message at San Diego's airport. The 20-foot-long banner is intended to discourage attendees arriving for this week's Comic-Con International convention from visiting SeaWorld San Diego while they're in town.  More>>

Airlines scrap Israel flights over missile fear

In a sign of increased caution about flying near combat zones, U.S. and European airlines halted flights to Israel Tuesday after a rocket landed near Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion Airport. More>>

Headley traded to Yankees

With less than 10 days remaining until Major League Baseball's trade deadline, the Padres have reportedly traded third baseman Chase Headley to the New York Yankees.  More>>

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Man struck with baseball bat in City Heights

A man was severely injured after being hit over the head with a baseball bat late Monday night in City Heights. More>>

A fifth attack on a North Park woman Video included

A string of attacks on women in and around North Park is turning into a disturbing pattern. Could they all be the same attacker? KUSI's Jon Du Pre has more. More>>

Local memorial for slain Texas family with ties to San Marcos Video included

The friends and supporters of a Texas family who was shot to death nearly two weeks ago were remembered Monday night in San Marcos. Katie and Steven Stay graduated from San Marcos High School. KUSI's Sasha Foo has the story. More>>

Illumina stays in San Diego after 10-year agreement ratified Video included

One of San Diego's leading high-tech companies has decided to expand its operations in the city after getting $1.5 million in tax breaks over a 10-year period. The medical device manufacturer Illumina was considering a move to either Poway or Memphis, Tennessee, but will now keep its 1,400 employees in San Diego. KUSI's Steve Bosh has the details. More>>

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  • No Refund!

    No Refund!

    Monday, July 21, 2014 - A man tells KUSI's Michael Turko he got a raw deal from an addiction recovery center that promised to help his wife. Turko says an insurance mix-up may be to blame but the man paid thousands up front and says his wife got nothing.More>>
    Monday, July 21, 2014 - A man tells KUSI's Michael Turko he got a raw deal from an addiction recovery center that promised to help his wife. Turko says an insurance mix-up may be to blame but the man paid thousands up front and says his wife got nothing.More>>
  • A Great Big Hassle! & EZ Pass Scam, Heads Up!

    A Great Big Hassle! & EZ Pass Scam, Heads Up!

    Wednesday, July 16, 2014 -Last week KUSI's Michael Turko exposed a big foul-up on an Anthem Blue Cross healthcare policy from Covered California. Now Turko says Anthem has sent it's customer two letters about that with two different messages.More>>
    Wednesday, July 16, 2014 -Last week KUSI's Michael Turko exposed a big foul-up on an Anthem Blue Cross healthcare policy from Covered California. Now Turko says Anthem has sent it's customer two letters about that with two different messages.More>>
  • Pack a Punch!

    Pack a Punch!

    Monday, July 14, 2014 - Another homeowner called KUSI's Michael Turko with a bizarre story about San Diego's city trash trucks. Turko says those trucks are famous for swallowing up trash cans but now they're accused of taking a bite out of a house.More>>
    Monday, July 14, 2014 - Another homeowner called KUSI's Michael Turko with a bizarre story about San Diego's city trash trucks. Turko says those trucks are famous for swallowing up trash cans but now they're accused of taking a bite out of a house.More>>
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  • Peel The Love

    Peel The Love

     With all the different ways to BBQ, Bob Ochsner & Bobby of Dole Fresh Fruit show some ways to BBQ Bananas.  He call it Peel the Love - healthy eating tour celebrating fruits and vegetables

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     With all the different ways to BBQ, Bob Ochsner & Bobby of Dole Fresh Fruit show some ways to BBQ Bananas.  He call it Peel the Love - healthy eating tour celebrating fruits and vegetables

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  • Reform Your Dorm

    Reform Your Dorm

     Beginning of school is right around the corner, and for College Students, that means preparing for your dorm.  Amy Sewell from Shop with Style shows some great space saving tips for dorms.

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     Beginning of school is right around the corner, and for College Students, that means preparing for your dorm.  Amy Sewell from Shop with Style shows some great space saving tips for dorms.

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  • Comic-Con Preview

    Comic-Con Preview

     Comic-Con kicks off Thursday, and to talk about all the excitement and preparation is Marketing Director David Glanzer.  He remembers when Comic-Con first premiered that there were only 300 people that attended.  Now they are outsourcing into local hotels for more room.

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     Comic-Con kicks off Thursday, and to talk about all the excitement and preparation is Marketing Director David Glanzer.  He remembers when Comic-Con first premiered that there were only 300 people that attended.  Now they are outsourcing into local hotels for more room.

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