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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego County has been largely untouched by the novel coronavirus, compared to hard-hit areas like Seattle or Italy, but it is still having a ripple effect on our local economy and daily life. The Union-Tribune staff will be adding updates on how COVID-19 is affecting commerce,
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  • Times of San Diego
    His most recent San Diego performances were in 2016, when he had a two-part, 20-song concert at Humphreys. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats and the Hot Club of Cowtown will join the 78-year-old singer-songwriter on his “Never Ending Tour” dates, which will begin June 4 in Bend, Oregon, and conclude at New York’s Bethel Woods Center ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    UC San Diego says that it provided erroneous data to the Financial Times about the success of its MBA program while the newspaper was putting together its influential 2020 rankings of the world’s top MBA programs. But the university caught the error in time to provide correct data to U.S. News & World Report, according to Lisa Ordóñez, ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    Single-family home sales increased by about a half percent, but sales of attached properties such as condominiums and townhomes increased by 8.4% over January. Compared to February 2019 sales were up around 4% overall. The median price of a single-family home in February was $677,000 — up $7,000 from January and more than 8% higher than ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Hundreds gathered Friday for a memorial service in honor of religious and civic leader the Rev. George Walker Smith. A trailblazing community icon and civil rights leader, Smith was the first African-American elected to office in the city of San Diego.
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  • San Diego Reader
    There were not many surprises in the San Diego County March 3 presidential primary elections. The biggest upset was in the 3rd Supervisorial District. UCSD professor and former Obama senior advisor, Terra Lawson-Remer, upset populist Escondido councilwoman Olga Diaz. Diaz, the first Latina to serve on the city council, had the support of most ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The American Council on Education on Monday became the latest group to cancel a major conference in San Diego due to the spread of the coronavirus. The influential research and lobbying group notified its members that it had scuttled plans to host about 1,
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Councilwoman Barbara Bry remained on pace over the weekend to overtake Councilman Scott Sherman for the second slot in a November runoff for San Diego mayor. The candidate who secures the second slot will face Assemblyman Todd Gloria,
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  • San Diego Reader
    “This scenario report concludes that the San Diego region could suffer severe damage to its buildings and lifeline infrastructure with devastating consequences to the communities and economy following a major RCFZ earthquake,” says the San Diego Earthquake Planning Scenario, Magnitude 6.9 on the Rose Canyon Fault Zone — in part. The 2020 ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Hundreds gathered Friday for a memorial service in honor of religious and civic leader Rev. George Walker Smith. A trailblazing community icon and civil rights leader, Smith was the first African-American elected to office in the city of San Diego.
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  • Times of San Diego
    The first crash happened shortly after 8:50 p.m. Sunday on 54th Street between El Cajon Boulevard and Trojan Avenue, San Diego Police Officer Robert Heims said. A 61-year-old man was driving a 1997 Honda Civic southbound on 54th Street when he tried to swerve and avoid a pedestrian crossing westbound, but struck a 64-year-old man with the right ...
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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    Plans are set in place at several local colleges and universities in San Diego out of an abundance of caution in case the novel coronavirus affects classes. Although there are no confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in San Diego and Orange County colleges, local schools are making preparations just in case. Should a student or faculty ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Three pedestrians suffered broken right legs in three separate crashes within an hour of each other in the Colina Del Sol, Lincoln Park and Mira Mesa areas, police said. The first crash happened shortly after 8:50 p.
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  • KPBS
    Democrats in San Diego are eyeing an 8-1 supermajority on the city council after a slew of victories in the March 3 primary. The races in council districts 1, 3 and 9 saw only Democrats making the November runoff election. Districts 5 and 7 will have a Democrat facing off against a Republican. In District 7, Democrat Raul Campillo won by a ...
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  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    A Pacific storm that’s drawing extra moisture from the subtropics will flow into San Diego County on Monday and drop between 1 inch and 2.5 inches of rain across the region by late Wednesday afternoon,
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  • Times of San Diego
    The convention center on the waterfront in downtown San Diego. Photo by Chris Stone Several conferences that were scheduled to be held in San Diego in March and April have been canceled or rescheduled because of worries about the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. The 34th National Institute on White Collar Crime, which was set to begin Wednesday ...
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  • Times of San Diego
    San Diego fended off several late challenges by New York in winning its fifth game and topping the 12-team league and six-team Western Conference with 23 total points. “It was really fantastic,” head coach Rob Hoadley said after the match at the University of San Diego’s Torero Stadium. “The defense was strong today. And it was good to ...
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  • ESPN
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  • Times of San Diego
    The convention center on the waterfront in downtown San Diego. Photo by Chris Stone Several conferences that were scheduled to be held in San Diego in March and April have been canceled or rescheduled because of worries about the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. The 34th National Institute on White Collar Crime, which was set to begin Wednesday ...
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  • CBS News 8
    Some of the passengers that have been stuck on a cruise ship returning from Hawai'i to Oakland due to COVID-19 concerns will be quarantined in San Diego county. According to the Department of Health and Human Services, nearly 1,000 passengers who are California residents will complete the mandatory quarantine at Travis Air Force Base and Marine ...
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