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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — Déjà Vu Showgirls is in the business of adult entertainment, but in a city dealing with an unprecedented homeless crisis, they want to be known for a lot more than just a strip club by having their name plastered on tents in homeless encampments across the City of San Diego. Déjà Vu Showgirls manger Chris Ragsdale said the ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    The team has been tracking koalas in the region about 60 east of Sydney for several years to learn more about them and assess the population number. According to San Diego Zoo Global, koalas in the Blue Mountains have high levels of genetic diversity, which makes the population particularly valuable for the survival of the species. Fires over ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The aircraft carrier Carl Vinson will switch its home port back to San Diego this summer after more than a year and a half undergoing maintenance in Bremerton, Washington, a Navy spokesperson said late Wednesday.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    A day after Iran's ballistic missiles hit two U.S. bases in Iraq Tuesday, causing damage but no American injuries, some members of San Diego's Iranian American community said they are feeling concern and resignation,
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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — Influenza-related deaths in the region rose to 11 last week and more than 1,600 flu cases were reported, the County Health and Human Services Agency announced Wednesday. The latest flu fatality is a 51-year-old woman from North County who died from influenza A on Dec. 31, 2019. She had underlying medical conditions. To date ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    At a Jan. 12 event at the Diesel bookstore in Del Mar, Sydney Williams talks about "Hiking My Feelings" and finding health and healing in nature
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  • Times of San Diego
    A Juul e-cigarette. Photo via www.juul.com. The San Diego Unified School District is suing Juul for marketing its e-cigarettes and related products to children, joining four other Southern California school districts in targeting the vaping company in court. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in San Diego County Superior Court alleges negligence and ...
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  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A 68-year-old woman has filed a lawsuit claiming she was sexually abused decades ago by a priest in Rialto, the latest in a wave of litigation targeting the Diocese of San Diego. The woman, identified only as Jane Doe, claims she was abused by Father Efren Neri while he served at Christ the King, a San Bernardino County ...
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  • Fox Sports
    SAN DIEGO — The Rocky Long-Brady Hoke circle is complete. Long announced his retirement Wednesday as San Diego State’s football coach after taking the Aztecs to nine straight bowl games. He was replaced by Hoke, the Aztecs’ defensive line coach. Nine years ago, Long was promoted from defensive coordinator to head coach after Hoke left for ...
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  • CBS News 8
    When one San Diego military family heard about the Australian bushfires, they knew they wanted to help. That's why they're sewing wildlife pouches for animals, like bats, in Australia. Karen Newberry has her own at-home sewing business called SewberryKnit.
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    About 15 community activists and religious leaders gathered in front of Balboa Park’s Natural History Museum Wednesday to ask Congress to step in and limit President Donald Trump’s authority to wage war on Iran after a week of violence between the two countries.
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  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — In 1981, News 8 reporter Gene Cubbison hit the town with San Diego Union-Tribune social reporter Burl Stiff to get a glimpse of high society in San Diego. The three-part series featured a fundraising ball by a local hospital, a pre-Halloween costume party hosted by a Balboa Park museum, and an extravagant La Jolla wedding reception.
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  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- The San Diego Unified School District is suing e-cigarette company JUUL, claiming its product “disrupts the education and learning environment across the district.” The lawsuit follows similar suits filed by school districts in Los Angeles, Glendale, Compton and Anaheim. The district is seeking an injunction and ...
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  • KPBS
    But he left behind a legacy of kindness that his parents are working to spread around the world. Speaker 1: 00:00 In April of 2016 San Diego, Leah and Rob Davis experienced a blessed event. Leah gave birth to their second child. A boy called Blake. Blake was growing up just like other little boys until July of 2017 when he suddenly stopped ...
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  • PR Newswire
    /PRNewswire/ -- Farmers Insurance, a leading insurer group with a longstanding commitment to first responders, today honored San Diego Police Officer
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  • San Diego Reader
    With just two months left until California primary election day on March 3, fundraisers for San Diego mayor Kevin Faulconer’s convention center expansion and homeless tax boost still have plenty of work cut out for them. December contributions to the political committee calling itself Yes! For a Better San Diego, sponsored by the San Diego ...
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  • Idaho Statesman
    “I have known him for more than 20 years, and worked with him at multiple schools. He is and always will be a great Bronco, and I am happy for him and his family.” San Diego State coach Rocky Long announced on Wednesday that he is stepping down from his position. The decision comes as a surprise to many, considering the Aztecs are coming ...
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  • KTLA
    One teenager was killed and five others were injured Tuesday night in a solo-car crash on State Route 905 in the Otay Mesa area of San Diego. The crash happened around 9:15 p.m. on the westbound 905 near Beyer Boulevard, California Highway Patrol Officer Salvador Castro told KTLA sister station KSWB in San Diego. A Chrysler 300 — a five ...
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  • San Diego Reader
    The results are in: San Diego is a remote work city. How do I know? Kate Lister told me so. She’s a renowned tracker of how we work, and how many of us work without even going to work. “About 65,000 San Diegans now spend half their time working remotely, usually from home,” she says. “That’s up 190 percent from ten years ago ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Is painting dead? Not in San Diego. While several obituaries have been penned about painting running its course in favor of other art mediums, institutions and collections around San Diego continue to emphasize its importance.
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