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Encinitas Introduces Plastic Bag Ban, Needs Second Reading

Encinitas Introduces Plastic Bag Ban, Needs Second Reading

The Encinitas City Council with a 3-2 vote initially approved a plastic bag ban; a final reading will take place at a future meeting.
Yale Director Shares Secrets of College Essay

Yale Director Shares Secrets of College Essay

Margit Dahl, Director of Undergraduate Admissions for Yale University, shares great insight about the role of the college essay with Wow.

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Human Trafficking Cases in Multi Jurisdictions Now Can be Combined

Human Trafficking Cases in Multi Jurisdictions Now Can be Combined

Rather than have victims travel to different jurisdictions to testify in various trials, the cases can be combined into one trial.
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As Venus and Jupiter Hug in the Sky, Moon Will Join Party for Cosmic Triangle

If you’re an early morning riser – and even if you’re not – set the alarm to see one of skywatchers' "11 must-see events for 2014."
Candles Lit For Animals Killed in Shelters on 4th Thursday in September

Candles Lit For Animals Killed in Shelters on 4th Thursday in September

The Helen Woodward Animal Shelter in Rancho Santa Fe is joining Blue Buffalo and Embrace Pet Insurance will participate in candle lighting.
Governor Signs Bill Allowing Dogs in Outdoor Restaurants

Governor Signs Bill Allowing Dogs in Outdoor Restaurants

"Bone-appétit," says Assemblymember Mariko Yamada, sponsor of the bill which becomes law in January.
Legislature Approves Community Colleges Giving 4-Year Degrees

Legislature Approves Community Colleges Giving 4-Year Degrees

The measure would allow the schools to offer the four-year degrees when a local workforce need for college graduates can be shown.
'Puddles' The Cat is The Pet of The Week

'Puddles' The Cat is The Pet of The Week

He is a neutered male under 2 years old living at 389 Requeza St. in Encinitas, at Rancho Coastal Humane Society.
Dangerous Rip Currents, High Surf, Pose Hazard at Beaches

Dangerous Rip Currents, High Surf, Pose Hazard at Beaches

A swell out of the south headed toward Southern California prompted the National Weather Service to issue a beach advisory.
Almond, Peanut Butters Recalled Because of Salmonella Fears

Almond, Peanut Butters Recalled Because of Salmonella Fears

The goods in question were sold at Whole Foods, Kroger, and Trader Joe's.
Encinitas Introduces Plastic Bag Ban, Needs Second Reading

Encinitas Introduces Plastic Bag Ban, Needs Second Reading

The Encinitas City Council with a 3-2 vote initially approved a plastic bag ban; a final reading will take place at a future meeting.
Beware of Lightning And Flooding at Beaches

Beware of Lightning And Flooding at Beaches

A line of thunderstorms moving over south and central San Diego County upped the risk for cloud-to-ground and cloud-to-water lightning.
MiraCosta Offers Free Programs For Seniors

MiraCosta Offers Free Programs For Seniors

Exercise program, balance and mobility, painting, sculpture, yoga, tai chi and writing are some of the programs offered.
Surprised? Encinitas Has Some 200 More Conservative Than Liberal Voters

Surprised? Encinitas Has Some 200 More Conservative Than Liberal Voters

Encinitas was most evenly split local city, with 212 more conservative voters than liberals out of 28,000 registered voters.
MiraCosta Classes Begin Today

MiraCosta Classes Begin Today

The main campus is in Oceanside but Encinitas is getting a new science building at its San Elijo campus in Encinitas.
San Diego Sheriff's Deputies on The Prowl For DUIs

San Diego Sheriff's Deputies on The Prowl For DUIs

Patrols will be in Encinitas Aug. 23 and again Aug. 31.
VP of Encinitas Organization Named CEO of Jewish Community Foundation

VP of Encinitas Organization Named CEO of Jewish Community Foundation

Charlene Seidle will begin her new role in January 2015.
Albertson's Reports Hacker May Have Compromised Shoppers' Private Information

Albertson's Reports Hacker May Have Compromised Shoppers' Private Information

Albertson's Reports Hacker May Have Compromised Shoppers' Private Information.
Support Troops by Donating Your Unused Phones

Support Troops by Donating Your Unused Phones

Phones can be donated to 'Cell Phones For Soldiers' at several locations.
Coastal Commission Forbids Bathers at Children's Pool

Coastal Commission Forbids Bathers at Children's Pool

The ban would be during the harbor seal pupping season.
Coastal Commission Green Lights Transportation Package

Coastal Commission Green Lights Transportation Package

The plan outlines rail, highway, public transit, bicycle, pedestrian and coastal resource improvements from La Jolla to Oceanside.
IRS Warns Again of Tax Bill Scams

IRS Warns Again of Tax Bill Scams

Based on 90,000 complaints that TIGTA has received through its telephone hotline, to date, TIGTA has identified approximately 1,100 victims.