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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — The Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group returned to San Diego Monday at Naval Air Station North Island, marking the end of a 10-month deployment to the U.S. 6th, 5th, and 7th Fleet areas of operation. The strike group deployed Apr. 1, 2019 in support of maritime stability and security, providing critical deterrence to aggression ...
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  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - A flying eye hospital is bringing medical care to countries in need. One of the doctors who boarded the Orbis International plane in November is from San Diego. “Orbis International is a unique nonprofit focused on training eye surgeons around the world in advanced techniques of surgery," said Dr. Srini Iyengar, an ...
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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — So last week I ate an entire cake for my birthday. Apparently, as punishment...I had to workout. I went to check out The Row House in Hillcrest. It's only been open a few months. My first thought walking in..."wow, this place is clean!" But then I went inside for a workout, and got sweat all over the place (haha, sorry Hillcrest!)
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  • Times of San Diego
    SAN DIEGO — It's the Year of the Rat and the San Diego Humane Society still has more than 40 of the critters across its three campuses waiting for adoption, it announced Monday. In October 2019, a woman called the Humane Society and said her pet rat population was out of control. She gave up more than 300 rats, and as many were pregnant ...
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  • Reno-Gazette-Journal on MSN.com
    One of the best and most well-known American men's soccer players of all time will be coaching his team when it plays in Reno. Landon Donovan, who now coaches and is part-owner of the San Diego Loyal, will bring his team to Reno on Feb. 29. Reno 1868 FC will host San Diego Loyal on Feb. 29 in a preseason friendly. (Photo: David Calvert/Reno ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    After tens of thousands of nautical miles traveled around the globe over the last 294 days, the sailors aboard the carrier Abraham Lincoln arrived in their new home port of San Diego Monday. The arrival marked the end of a grueling 10-month deployment for the Lincoln,
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  • KTLA
    A San Diego mother of two who was acting as a surrogate for another family, died during childbirth, according to a GoFundMe created to help the family. Michelle Reaves, described as a “mama, wifey and beautiful soul,” passed away this week due to complications while giving birth. “Although the baby made it out safe, Michelle did not,” a ...
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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    On Monday San Diego Loyal SC started training camp at the Chula Vista Elite Athlete Training Center. It's the next step on their road to the first United Soccer League Championship match in San Diego history. That game is against Las Vegas at Torero Stadium on March 7. But every team needs some kind of game prep so the Loyal will hold four ...
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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    The eateries mainly include breweries and fish shops. All City Tacos locations in San Diego County will also participate with OMG Hospitality Group. The OMG Hospitality Group will donate 25% of its total Monday sales, and City Tacos will donate 10% of its total Monday sales. In an email to NBC 7, OMG Hospitality Group said it's hosting this ...
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  • Kansas City Star
    Wyoming (5-15, 0-8) vs. No. 4 San Diego State (19-0, 8-0) Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl, San Diego; Tuesday, 11 p.m. EST BOTTOM LINE: No. 4 San Diego State presents a tough challenge for Wyoming. Wyoming has lost both of its games against ranked teams this season. San Diego State has moved up to No. 4 in the latest AP rankings following wins over ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Minh Lê will discuss his new book at the San Diego Tết Festival at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 25. For more information, go to sdtet.com/. For more information about the “Green Lantern: Legacy” or Minh Lê, go to minhlebooks.com/. “Green Lantern: Legacy” will be available for purchase on Tuesday.
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  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (CNS) - All San Diego city and county government offices will be closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. City libraries, public buildings in Balboa Park, the refuse/recyclables container sales office on Miramar Place, recreation centers, pools, the Tecolote Nature Center and The Family Justice Center will also be closed.
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  • Times of San Diego
    The San Diego Building Owners & Managers Association Sunday presented its 2020 Public Official of the Year Award to San Diego City Councilmember Vivian Moreno. The award is given annually to local and state representatives that exemplify extraordinary leadership on issues of relevance and critical importance to the commercial real estate ...
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  • KPBS
    All San Diego city and county government offices will be closed Monday in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. City libraries, public buildings in Balboa Park, the refuse/recyclables container sales office on Miramar Place, recreation centers, pools, the Tecolote Nature Center and The Family Justice Center will also be closed. Police and ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    One of a dozen koalas removed from the Blue Mountains region in Australia by a research team from San Diego Zoo Global. Photo courtesy of San Diego Zoo. The Blue Mountains World Heritage Region of Australia was severely hit by the mega-fires that blazed through the area more than two weeks ago. Australian researchers, supported by San Diego Zoo ...
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  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — A San Diego company says they have the solution to make people recycle more and get back the money they spend on redemption fees. One Earth Recycling wants to put the redemption centers in high-traffic areas like malls and grocery stores, rather than their usual spots in industrial areas of the city. "Our goal is not to try ...
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  • San Diego Reader
    By Jangchup Phelgyal, May 13, 1999 The author as a sophomore at St. Augustine High School, 1960. When I left San Diego, it was easy to keep going. Growing Up Negro in San Diego There was college and afterwards Europe. I meant to live there and never come back.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Trees: menace to society or beautiful ally in the fight against climate change? In the Kensington neighborhood, San Diego authorities recently marked at least a half dozen landmark pepper trees — each more than a century old — for removal.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    There are roughly 3,500 new apartments opening in San Diego County in 2020, with many outside of downtown. Target dates for when complexes will open are often in flux because of weather, labor issues and other external factors.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    An Oceanside couple who raised funds to launch a food trailer to feed homeless people last year has almost reached a fundraising goal to create the largest mobile shower unit in San Diego County. “In our downtown area,
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