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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.
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.
Jackass Star Releases Video of Him Changing SeaWorld Exit Sign

Jackass Star Releases Video of Him Changing SeaWorld Exit Sign

Steve-O says he changed the sign at the SeaWorld exit on southbound I-5.
Your Young One Going to College? Help The Kid Out

Your Young One Going to College? Help The Kid Out

Some gadgets that might work quite well in times of stress when the college student needs to be on the ball; or needs some nutrition.
PAWS And SD Humane Society to Work Together

PAWS And SD Humane Society to Work Together

The organizations will operate under the Humane Society banner.
Surprised? La Mesa is More Conservative Than Liberal

Surprised? La Mesa is More Conservative Than Liberal

La Mesa, with about 24,000 registered voters, ranked 84th on the scale running from liberal to conservative.
Who is Your Everyday Hero?

Who is Your Everyday Hero?

Nominate a coach, mentor or teacher who made a difference in your life to win a prize package from Patch.
SeaWorld Plans Killer Whale Environment Expansion

SeaWorld Plans Killer Whale Environment Expansion

Some people are less than pleased with plan.
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.
Bolt Brewery Returning, Coming to La Mesa

Bolt Brewery Returning, Coming to La Mesa

Brewing at Bolt in La Mesa will begin Tuesday, Aug. 12.
Moon Does Battle With Huge 'Fireballs' In The Sky

Moon Does Battle With Huge 'Fireballs' In The Sky

The Perseids, which produce fast and bright meteors that frequently leave trains, peak Aug. 11-13.
How to Follow Patch on Mobile

How to Follow Patch on Mobile

Say goodbye to the Patch app and hello to the new, mobile-friendly Patch.com.
Obit: One Man, One Dream - A Salute to Dr. Gordy Klatt

Obit: One Man, One Dream - A Salute to Dr. Gordy Klatt

The man who started Relay for Life.
Open Houses in Town This Weekend

Open Houses in Town This Weekend

This beauty goes for $770,000, with a monthly mortgage of $2,951.
Paid Mug Shot Removal Targeted in Legislation

Paid Mug Shot Removal Targeted in Legislation

Websites that publish mug shots, then charge to remove them, could become extinct with new legislation on governor's desk.
Apps That Could Help You Shop For School

Apps That Could Help You Shop For School

Shopping for school clothing, backpacks or dormitory furnishings? Check this out.
This Week at Interior August 1, 2014

This Week at Interior August 1, 2014

Dept. of Interior forming partnership with AFL-CIO.
Rainswept SD County Still in Drought

Rainswept SD County Still in Drought

Most of the communities west of the mountains and along the coast received less than a tenth inch of rain, including La Mesa and San Diego.
Suspect in Severe Beating of Elderly Man Enters Plea

Suspect in Severe Beating of Elderly Man Enters Plea

Thomas Clayton Sikes, 56, was arrested July 24 in the April 30 attack.
Ground Breaking Next Week For Downtown Improvement Project

Ground Breaking Next Week For Downtown Improvement Project

Set for 9 a.m. Aug. 6 on La Mesa Boulevard -- between Palm Avenue and Third Street, on the south side.