San Diego Mother Wants Tijuana Police to Investigate Son’s Death

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The last clue in a chilling murder mystery spanning both sides of the border is atext message from the victim. Lincoln Park resident Jimmy Ortega went to Tijuana, Mexico earlier this month to buy a car, according to his mother. The next day, he sent his family a message saying he felt he was in danger. That was the last they ever heard from him ...
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San Diego County Health Lab Now Able to Test for New Coronavirus

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The County Public Health Laboratory is now able to test for the novel coronavirus, substantially reducing the time it takes for results, the Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) announced Friday. This means that HHSA will no longer have to send all specimens to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). “Being able to test ...
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5 San Diego City Council Seats Up for Grabs in Tuesday Primary

Times of San Diego
Ward has also held his seat since 2016 representing District 3, which covers Central San Diego, including Old Town, Downtown, North Park, Normal Heights and Balboa Park. The candidates competing for his seat are Toni Duran, a state Senate district representative; Adrian Kwiatkowski, a nonprofit CEO and strategist; Michelle Nguyen, procurement ...
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Joe Coulombe, San Diego Native and Trader Joe’s Founder, Dies At 89

Times of San Diego
Please don’t ever change and become greedy.” Another user simply expressed thanks “for Pirate’s Booty and your free sample station.” Coulombe, a San Diego native who was raised in Del Mar and earned a master’s in business administration from Stanford University, began his retail career in 1958. His bosses at Rexall Drugs hired him ...
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Founder of Trader Joe’s, a San Diego Native, Dies at 89

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He retired in 2013. Joseph Hardin Coulombe, an only child, was born on June 3, 1930, in San Diego and lived on an avocado ranch in nearby Del Mar. After serving in the Air Force, he attended Stanford University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in economics, a master’s in business administration and met and married his wife, Alice.
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San Diego companies offering travel deals amid coronavirus, COVID-19 fears

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SAN DIEGO — Some people are rethinking their travel plans as COVID-19, often referred to as the coronavirus, continues to spread. With spring and summer around the corner, it’s impacting not just the travelers, but businesses. News 8 reached out to several travel agencies in San Diego, who chose not to comment due to many people supposedly ...
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