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  • NBC 7 San Diego
    Agents with the Department of Homeland Security and the San Diego County Sheriff's Department raided four homes across the county Wednesday in connection with what officials called a “suspected money laundering conspiracy.” One of the homes officials descended on was along Vista Hermosa Way in the hillside community of Rancho San Diego.
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Revenue is surging from San Diego’s marijuana tax thanks to stepped-up efforts by city officials to collect it, particularly from cultivators outside San Diego who supply local dispensaries. City officials say there was a $1.4 million spike in marijuana ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    Kaa, the snake, can slither aside. And Bagheera, the panther, should just slink off. When the giant puppet takes the stage, with its pointy beak, swan-like neck and spindly, blue feet, it towers over the dancers in San Diego Ballet’s production of “The Jungle Book.” A creation by Animal Cracker Conspiracy, the Big Red Bird fixes its beady ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System released data showing that between July and September ridership increased by about 4 percent over the same period last year, going from 21.3 million trips to 22.2 million trips. The trolley system experienced the largest gains in recent months, with a 6.4 percent increase. The bus system — which ...
  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - San Diego’s sunny climate doesn’t lend itself to skiing and snowboard, but families have several stunning options for outdoor ice skating during the holidays. Whether you prefer to stay indoors at one of the region’s established ice rinks or enjoy open skies, 10News has you covered. Check out our list of holiday ice ...
  • NBC 7 San Diego
    A man accused of punching a San Diego police officer in the face last week during an unprovoked attack was arrested Tuesday in Idaho, the San Diego Police Department confirmed. Eric Van Vleet, 24, is accused of ambushing a police officer in the early morning hours of Nov. 1 in San Diego. SDPD Lt. Dan Smyth said the officer – a 3-year veteran ...
  • YAHOO!
    Cubic to be the first corporate partner to be recognized within the UC San Diego’s Franklin Antonio Hall Cubic Corporation (CUB) today announced its philanthropic support of the University of California San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering. In acknowledgement of this support, Cubic is the first corporate partner to be slated for recognition ...
  • San Diego Reader
    But more than I love sharing pretty San Diego vignettes on Insta, I love not knowing what time it is, how long I’ve been out on the water, or who’s trying to call me. “Please take my phone and hide it” ArdeaA / nadia_bormotova / iStock / Getty Images Plus Aside from that weekly hour or two on the bay, my phone is always with me.
  • Times of San Diego
    Surveys are available in both English and Spanish and only residents of the city of San Diego are eligible to participate. The public can provide responses until Friday, Dec. 13. The survey ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    A man dressed as Jesus for Halloween when he allegedly sucker-punched a San Diego police officer trying to break up a fight has been found and arrested in Idaho, authorities said Wednesday. The punch came very early Nov. 1 as police were trying to break up a large fight in downtown’s Gaslamp District, San Diego police Lt. Shawn Takeuchi said.
  • Times of San Diego
    The San Francisco-based online rental marketplace said its research showed San Diego rents have increased 0.2% from September and 0.8% from October 2018. The median rent in San Diego was less that in San Francisco, San Jose and New York, but higher than in Los Angeles, Seattle and Washington, DC. “Compared to most other large cities across ...
  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- Various San Diego County emergency agencies are taking part in a major terrorism attack practice drill on Wednesday that will feature mass casualty scenarios and attack response. The drill will take place at 10 a.m. at the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, and first responders from Chula Vista ...
  • San Diego Reader
    Having grown table grapes in San Diego since the 1980s, and having rejected all the boring ones, I now have some forty-odd vines producing exquisite fruit. I have, of course, diligently combed over nineteenth-century viticultural manuals for old-fashioned viticultural techniques, identified the best heirloom varieties, and then carefully grown ...
  • CBS News 8
    SAN DIEGO — An investigation is underway Wednesday after a residential search warrant was executed at the 2000 block of Vista Hermosa Way in Rancho San Diego. Neighbors told News 8 they heard flash bangs during the raid and saw residents being taken into custody. San Diego Homeland Security spokesperson, Lauren Mack, released the following ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    For the first time in San Diego’s history, the city has someone solely dedicated to making life easier for immigrants, refugees, new citizens and their families. Chula Vista native Rita Fernandez is responsible for implementing policies, reviewing proposal and facilitating the integration of immigrants. “As the daughter of Mexican ...
  • ABC 10 News
    SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A family of five was taken to the hospital after a suspected stolen car that was being pursued by police crashed into their SUV in Emerald Hills. At around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday, San Diego police tried to pull over a speeding sedan with no license plates at Euclid Avenue and Market Street, but the driver refused to stop.
  • KPBS
    Vaping among teenagers is on the rise. A new government study found that more than a quarter of high school students currently use e-cigarettes. How San Diego Unified School District is confronting the growing public health issue. Plus, KPBS talks with author Aaron Glantz about his book “Homewreckers,” which details how banks and ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    The problem isn’t limited to San Diego County. It reportedly stretches along the border from California to Texas. It has the attention of the Federal Communications Commission, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, and other government officials on both sides of the border. Verizon claims the poor coverage stems from interference created by Altán’s network ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego took key legal steps Tuesday aimed at reviving efforts to construct the city’s $4 billion Pure Water pipeline, which was abruptly halted this summer by a legal dispute over the use of unionized construction workers. The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to remove pro-union language from contracts for Pure Water, a recycling ...
  • San Diego Union-Tribune
    San Diego Unified Superintendent Cindy Marten said she will ask the school board to join Los Angeles Unified’s class action lawsuit against one of the country’s leading e-cigarette companies, as vaping-related illnesses and deaths prompt school districts to protest marketing they say targets school-age students. L.A. Unified announced its ...

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