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  • Times of San Diego
    Meanwhile, San Diego welcomes some of the best Hollywood has to offer. Might a raven be swooping down at you, as you listen to the beat-beat-beat of a tell-tale heart? We certainly hope not, for your sake, but if you like your horror old school, PoeFest in Old Town might be the way to celebrate Halloween. Enjoy stagings of the works of the ...
  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — A shark diving tour group out of San Diego came face to face last Saturday with a 17-foot great white shark as it took a big bite out of their cage. The encounter with the great white shark happened during the group’s tour in Guadalupe Island, Mexico, a hotbed for sharks. The tour was chartered by Island Charters based in Point ...
  • Orange County Register
    All the fuel cooling in San Onofre’s pools is slated to be in dry storage by the middle of next year. Demolition of most everything else — save the dry storage systems and the switching yard connecting Edison and San Diego Gas & Electric — would begin shortly after, and is slated to be complete by 2028. The job is expected to cost $4.4 ...
  • CBS News 8
    WASHINGTON, D.C., USA — Leadership from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs answered questions at a congressional hearing Wednesday about inewsource’s investigation into dangerous liver research conducted at the San Diego VA and poor oversight of the VA healthcare system. The congressional inquiry was the first public opportunity to ...
  • Fox 5 San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- The City of San Diego is considering new safety regulations that would ban street vendors from popular tourist areas. The recently enacted Safe Sidewalk Vending Act decriminalized sidewalk vending statewide. To comply with the new parameters, the City of San Diego is drafting a new ordinance. The proposed regulations would limit ...
  • KUSI
    SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – San Diego’s largest film festival is in full swing, and we took a look at one of the films being screened at the festival. “Buck Run” has already won a number of awards including Best Feature at the Rhode Island International Film Festival. Actor James Le Gros and Director Nick Frangione were in studio to tell us more.
  • Times of San Diego
    The ceremonial first departure of an Orange Line trolley from the new station. Courtesy MTS Detectives are reviewing video footage that corroborates a teenage Syrian refugee’s report of being attacked on a San Diego trolley by a man shouting epithets about the victim’s ethnicity, a police spokesman said Thursday. The 17-year-old told ...
  • Times of San Diego
    The ceremonial first departure of an Orange Line trolley from the new station. Courtesy MTS Detectives are reviewing video footage that corroborates a teenage Syrian refugee’s report of being attacked on a San Diego trolley by a man shouting epithets about the victim’s ethnicity, a police spokesman said Thursday. The 17-year-old told ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Were there two concerts taking place simultaneously when The Who performed Wednesday night at San Diego State University’s Viejas Arena? For this listener, and likely others, absolutely. The first concert was stirring and ambitious, but suffered from an annoyingly muddled sound mix that repeatedly marred the music. The second was equally ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    NAACP San Diego branch president Clovis Honoré hopes to see a day when the NAACP isn’t needed anymore — when there are no more issues for it to address. “The ultimate goal, if we are successful as the NAACP, is to work ourselves out of a job,” he said in a recent visit with The Conversation podcast for The San Diego Union-Tribune.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Winter brings a whole new crop of migrating birds to San Diego, providing an opportunity for birders to add to their life list by getting a peek at these visiting species that will be here until spring. One of those seasonal migrants is the black turnstone. These medium-sized shorebirds began arriving in August, and their numbers will continue ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    That’s standard hiring practice in many industries, a new boss calling upon folks he or she had come to know and trust. While it should be noted the San Diego farm system Preller inherited was pretty good in 2014 — it was ranked first by several analysts in 2012, when current Padres ownership took over — it has received consensus lofty ...
  • Times of San Diego
    A homeless man dances on a sidewalk in downtown San Diego. Photo by Chris Stone Roughly two-thirds of 2018 arrestees in San Diego County have been homeless at some point in their lives, according to a report released Thursday by the San Diego Association of Governments’ Criminal Justice Research Division. The analysis of last year’s ...
  • CBS News 8
    If you’re looking for a new companion or two, you’re in luck. It turns out that more than 100 rats are looking for a new roommate. RELATED: San Diego Humane Society looking for homes for 150+ rats relinquished by owner The San Diego Humane Society is searching for homes for 140 rats recently given up by their owner. The SD Humane Society ...
  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — The fugitive sex offender who broke his parole and was arrested in San Diego was back in court on Thursday. Charges were dropped against 57-year-old convicted rapist Dale Dulac. He had been charged with burglary after breaking into his daughter’s house in San Marcos. The District Attorney’s office chose not to pursue the ...
  • Orange County Register
    Check back at CalMatters.org for updates on our running tally leading up to the Oct. 13 deadline. Buying hot meals with food stamps Two bills introduced by Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, a Democrat from San Diego, would expand a program that allows some people who struggle to cook to buy hot, prepared food using CalFresh dollars. The federal ...
  • Times of San Diego
    The average price dipped 5.4 cents over the past 10 days, including six-tenths of a cent on Wednesday, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service. The decreases follow a run of 19 increases in 21 days totaling 56.3 cents, pushing the average price to its highest level since July 20, 2015. The average price is 3.7 cents ...
  • Business Insider
    SAN DIEGO, Oct. 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tickets are now on sale for San Diego’s must-see big tent show and Christmas-themed village, NATALE – Journey to the North Pole (www.lafiestashows.com). Attendees can take advantage of Advance Sale Pricing and save 20% when they buy now with early tickets starting at only $29. Polar Family ...
  • ConsumerAffairs
    About half of San Diego residents rent their homes, yet only about 30% of tenants have renters insurance. Renters insurance provides financial protection in the event of theft, fire or other perils. We've put together this guide to help you better understand rental insurance and find the best renters insurance companies in San Diego.
  • WPTV
    SAN DIEGO — Police are investigating an alleged hate crime in which a Syrian teen was beaten on a trolley in California. The 17-year-old boy, a refugee from Syria who came to the U.S. four years ago, said the incident occurred Tuesday while he was riding a San Diego Metropolitan Transit System trolley on his way home from school ...

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