Top San Diego news: Airline employee stalked woman, lawsuit says; high school lockdown lifted; more

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Airline employee took woman's number from her bag tag, then followed her on a flight, lawsuit says

Ashley Barno was in a boarding area at San Diego International Airport, awaiting a Chicago-bound flight, when a message from an unfamiliar number flashed across her phone, saying hello and asking how she was doing.

Read the full story on SFGATE.

Mother warned deputies son was mentally ill, confrontation ended in gunfire

Shane Felix, 34, was shot and wounded by three deputies on Jan. 6 in Lemon Grove after a call was placed saying he was looking to harm himself.

Read the full story on NBC 7 San Diego.

San Diego High School lockdown lifted

The Metro Arson Strike Team (MAST) checked out the "suspicious device."

Read the full story on CBS 8 - San Diego News.

Police searching for 2 suspects who carjacked man in Mission Valley

Police Tuesday were searching for two men who carjacked a man at gunpoint in the parking lot of the Mission Valley mall.

Read the full story on Times of San Diego.

San Diego City Council moves forward on affordable housing bond measure

The San Diego City Council moved a step closer Tuesday to placing a $900 million bond measure on the November ballot in hopes of dramatically expanding affordable housing in the city to address homelessness.

Read the full story on MyNewsLA.

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