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High Winds, Power Outages Prompt School Closures Across San Diego C...

High Winds, Power Outages Prompt School Closures Across San Diego County

Dec. 8
By City News Service, KPBS News

The San Diego County Office of Education reports that some school districts in the county will be closed Friday due to high winds and potential power outages.

Several County Schools Closed Due To High Santa Ana Winds Forecast

Several County Schools Closed Due To High Santa Ana Winds Forecast

Dec. 7
By KPBS News

Due to forecast high Santa Ana winds and possible power outages, several schools in the county will be closed Thursday.

Design Unveiled For Potential Future Stadium For SDSU Football

Design Unveiled For Potential Future Stadium For SDSU Football

Nov. 30
By City News Service

One day after San Diego State University detailed its plan to expand into Mission Valley, the Aztecs athletic department Thursday unveiled a proposed design for the $250 million stadium portion of the project.

Biotech Incubator Lets Clairemont Students Tackle Real-Life Problem...

Biotech Incubator Lets Clairemont Students Tackle Real-Life Problem — Hepatitis A

Nov. 30
By Megan Burks

Special anti-bacterial gloves and packaged meals for the homeless are just two ideas Clairemont High School students pitched this week to stop the spread of hepatitis A.

SDSU Athletics To Reveal Details On Potential Stadium In Mission Va...

SDSU Athletics To Reveal Details On Potential Stadium In Mission Valley

Nov. 30
By City News Service

One day after San Diego State University unveiled details of its plan to expand into Mission Valley, Aztecs athletic department officials are scheduled Thursday to provide further information on the stadium portion of the project.

California Sues For-Profit San Diego School Over 'False Promises'

California Sues For-Profit San Diego School Over 'False Promises'

Nov. 29
By Associated Press

California's attorney general sued an online, for-profit university Wednesday, alleging officials made false promises to entice students and illegally tried to collect their overdue debt.

SDSU Unveils Campus Expansion Plan For Mission Valley

SDSU Unveils Campus Expansion Plan For Mission Valley

Nov. 29
By City News Service, Erik Anderson

San Diego State University Wednesday unveiled a $3 billion plan to expand the campus into Mission Valley and redevelop the former Qualcomm Stadium property.

SDSU Expected To Announce Plans To Expand Onto SDCCU Stadium

SDSU Expected To Announce Plans To Expand Onto SDCCU Stadium

Nov. 29
By City News Service

San Diego State University officials are poised to announce details of plans for campus expansion onto the San Diego County Credit Union Stadium property at a pair of events set for Wednesday and Thursday.

Barrio Logan Cafe Brews Coffee, Opportunity Where Homeless And Crea...

Barrio Logan Cafe Brews Coffee, Opportunity Where Homeless And Creatives Meet

Nov. 28
By Megan Burks

The San Diego Coffee Training Institute opened last fall near downtown San Diego's homeless encampments and Barrio Logan's creative entrepreneurs. It's expanding to offer more barista training spots to people who need help.

San Diego Christian College Replaces CFO Amid Questions About Schoo...

San Diego Christian College Replaces CFO Amid Questions About School’s Finances

Nov. 28
By Megan Wood / inewsource

Following an inewsource investigation into the finances of San Diego Christian College, a school official confirmed Monday that Steve Chaney is no longer its chief financial officer.

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