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Heat Advisory Still in Effect For Tuesday in RB

Heat Advisory Still in Effect For Tuesday in RB

Temperatures may remain in the double digits Tuesday in Rancho Bernardo but it will still be sweltering.
Rancho Bernardo's Woman's Club Invites All to Luncheon

Rancho Bernardo's Woman's Club Invites All to Luncheon

The luncheon in October is also a membership drive.
SDUSD Schools Will Have Short Day, Prompted by Heat

SDUSD Schools Will Have Short Day, Prompted by Heat

Schools in the San Diego Unified District will release their students early because of the unseasonably hot temperatures.
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.
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.
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.
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.
African Lion Cubs Debut at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

African Lion Cubs Debut at San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Four young cubs, three females and a male, emerged from their den with mom Thursday, Sept. 11.
Cruise Season Kicks Off With Disney Wonder in San Diego Harbor

Cruise Season Kicks Off With Disney Wonder in San Diego Harbor

Port officials hope this season is the harbinger of good seasons to come.
UCSD Rsearchers Seeking to Diagnose Autism Earlier

UCSD Rsearchers Seeking to Diagnose Autism Earlier

Despite its rising prevalence toddlers in much of the United States are routinely not identified as having autism until after 3 years old.
San Diego Will Remember, And Mourn, 13 Years After Terrorist Attacks

San Diego Will Remember, And Mourn, 13 Years After Terrorist Attacks

A number of events are planned in San Diego to commemorate the worst attacks on U.S. soil in memory.
Giant Panda Undergoes Dental Work at S.D. Zoo

Giant Panda Undergoes Dental Work at S.D. Zoo

Beloved Bai Yun had to have a chipped tooth repaired.
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.
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.
San Diego Restaurant Week Back For 10th Year

San Diego Restaurant Week Back For 10th Year

This year, foodies will have the option to dine all over town—from some of the hottest new restaurants in the city.
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.