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Trial Begins For Mother Who Killed Carlsbad Teacher Husband

Trial Begins For Mother Who Killed Carlsbad Teacher Husband

Julie Elizabeth Harper, 41, is charged in the 2012 shooting death of her husband, a math teacher and coach at Carlsbad High School.

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Nurses at Tri City Call For Emergency Room Changes

Nurses at Tri City Call For Emergency Room Changes

The nurses allege that patients are being endangered by management.
Trial Begins For Mother Who Killed Carlsbad Teacher Husband

Trial Begins For Mother Who Killed Carlsbad Teacher Husband

Julie Elizabeth Harper, 41, is charged in the 2012 shooting death of her husband, a math teacher and coach at Carlsbad High School.
Palomar Airport Safety: Good News, Bad News, 94

Palomar Airport Safety: Good News, Bad News, 94

County's proposed west end runway changes should improve safety. But county is ignoring the safety issues at the runway east end.
Bid to Split California into 6 States Fails to Qualify for Ballot

Bid to Split California into 6 States Fails to Qualify for Ballot

Venture capitalist Tim Draper isn't ready to give up, though.
Bryan Devore's Carlsbad Real Estate Weekly Wrap-Up

Bryan Devore's Carlsbad Real Estate Weekly Wrap-Up

Bryan Devore's Carlsbad Real Estate Weekly Wrap-Up summarizes the previous week's sales activity and details a few of the recent sales.
High Temps a Plus For SDG&E Customers Who Cut Back

High Temps a Plus For SDG&E Customers Who Cut Back

Customers are encouraged to save energy and earn bill credits.
Carlsbad Cops Collar Alleged Gangsters

Carlsbad Cops Collar Alleged Gangsters

Peace officers arrested 18 alleged gang members and seized drugs and a gun during the sweep.
175 Foot Mural Being Painted in Carlsbad

175 Foot Mural Being Painted in Carlsbad

Lost and Found, by Santos Orellana, is a 175-foot by 22.5-foot mural being painted at True Honor clothing warehouse in Carlsbad.
La Costa Film Festival Coming to Town For 2nd Year

La Costa Film Festival Coming to Town For 2nd Year

This year, the festival has joined with Mandalay Sports Media to help curate the festival’s sports themed narrative, documentary and shorts.
Heat Wave Endangering Children, Seniors, so Stay Cool

Heat Wave Endangering Children, Seniors, so Stay Cool

The National Weather Service in San Diego has issued a heat advisory beginning Saturday at 10 a.m. through Monday at 7 p.m.
New California Law Aims to Provide Extra Safety for Kids Biking to School

New California Law Aims to Provide Extra Safety for Kids Biking to School

CHP wants to make sure motorists know about a new law surrounding bicycle safety.
Carlsbad Village Welcomes the City's First Pop-Up Plaza

Carlsbad Village Welcomes the City's First Pop-Up Plaza

Urban Place Consulting Group Transforms Parking Lot into Outdoor Community Square
San Diegans to Join Global 'People's Climate March'

San Diegans to Join Global 'People's Climate March'

Local leaders to highlight solutions for safeguarding San Diego’s public health and natural resources.car
Californians Cutting Back on Water Usage: Report

Californians Cutting Back on Water Usage: Report

Are YOU following the state's mandatory water use restrictions?
Study Finds San Diego Area Roads Doing Poorly

Study Finds San Diego Area Roads Doing Poorly

In San Diego, the average motorist spends 37 hours a year sitting in traffic congestion.
Grant Assists in Planned Pavilion Construction at San Diego Botanic

Grant Assists in Planned Pavilion Construction at San Diego Botanic

The Leichtag Foundation has pledged $1 million to the San Diego Botanic Garden
Remembering 9/11: The American Landscape Then and Now

Remembering 9/11: The American Landscape Then and Now

Thirteen years later, Americans are still on high alert about terror and national security.
California Economy: Steady but Unremarkable Growth in the Months Ahead, Forecast Says

California Economy: Steady but Unremarkable Growth in the Months Ahead, Forecast Says

The recovery is "painfully plodding," and the state is still performing below its potential in employment and output, according to UCLA.
Post Your 9/11 Memories

Post Your 9/11 Memories

We still remember 13 years later.