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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.
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.
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.
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.
Cold Case Files: Girl Killed 40 Years Ago, Killer Not Found

Cold Case Files: Girl Killed 40 Years Ago, Killer Not Found

Patricia Lee Kuzura was 7 years old when she was killed.
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.
Water Districts Join to Offer Workshop on Savings

Water Districts Join to Offer Workshop on Savings

The workshop will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Encinitas Community Center at 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive.
2013 Report Indicates 6 Percent Hike in Crop Revenues

2013 Report Indicates 6 Percent Hike in Crop Revenues

The value of crops in 2013 totaled $1.850 billion, a 6 percent increase over the 2012 figure of $1.747 billion.
UCSD Medical School Holding Clinical Trials For Stem Cell Diabetes Therapy

UCSD Medical School Holding Clinical Trials For Stem Cell Diabetes Therapy

UC San Diego is initial site for first-in-human testing of implanted cell therapy.
'Yes Means Yes' Bill Headed to Governor's Desk

'Yes Means Yes' Bill Headed to Governor's Desk

The governor has until Sept. 30 to veto the bill or sign it.
Phone App Allows Scammers to Impersonate Police

Phone App Allows Scammers to Impersonate Police

Details about this new scam so you don't fall victim.
SDG&E Seeks New Power Sources With Dismantling of Nuclear Generators

SDG&E Seeks New Power Sources With Dismantling of Nuclear Generators

The California Public Utilities Commission’s (CPUC) Energy Division approved SDG&E’s procurement plans earlier this year.
San Diego Opera Alive And Well For 50th Season

San Diego Opera Alive And Well For 50th Season

he season began Friday, Sept. 5, after fears it would fold earlier this year.
Hunger in America is Rampant

Hunger in America is Rampant

Feeding America San Diego this week released startling figures about the hungry among us, who are more prevalent than one would think.
Connecticut Baby's Mom Calls For Prevention Technology After his Hot Vehicle Death

Connecticut Baby's Mom Calls For Prevention Technology After his Hot Vehicle Death

Mom turns activist after her 15-month-old was left in a hot car all day by his father and died of hyperthermia.
Mira Mesa to Hold Its 16th Annual Street Fair

Mira Mesa to Hold Its 16th Annual Street Fair

The event includes entertainment on two stages, a carnival, children’s crafts and games, free rock painting for children and a beer garden.
State, Local Officials Cut Ribbon to Pedestrian Walkway on Ted Williams

State, Local Officials Cut Ribbon to Pedestrian Walkway on Ted Williams

The guests were joined by representatives from Poway Unified School District, San Diego city staff and community members.