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Stories for July 4, 2011
It's becoming harder for people to leave work at the office — even when they're on vacation.
Steamy, sunny weather inland drove hundreds of thousands of San Diegans to the county's beaches over the long weekend.
The 2011 San Diego County Fair wraps up today. It's got rides, exhibits, and enough fried food to delight even Elvis.
A weekend hike on Cowles Mountain brought some Parkinson’s patients a step closer to climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa.
A day at the beach, hot dogs and fireworks: we all know how to celebrate the Fourth of July. But do we really know what we're celebrating? A American History Professor joins us to increase our Fourth of July IQ.
A chartered ship, packed with Americans on a Fourth of July fishing trip, was struck by two rogue waves in the Sea of Cortez and capsized, prompting the Coast Guard to send a helicopter from San Diego to help search for survivors.
A very small number of Americans are now serving in the military — less than 1 percent. Some are looking for direction; others are inspired by a sense of patriotism or by a family member who served.
Forecasters say a warmer than normal summer is expected in Southern California. But utility officials say there should be enough electricity to handle demand.
California has double the national rate of tuberculosis because of its large immigrant population and proximity to the border with Mexico. While both countries work together to stem the spread of TB, the San Diego-Tijuana region has established a unique model for that collaboration.