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- Oct. 2
- Evening Edition
The inaugural Maker Faire gets underway this weekend in Balboa Park. San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer has named it the Fall Centennial Event of 2015.
A report co-authored by two San Diego environmental groups finds a disconnect between the city of San Diego's Climate Action Plan and the San Diego Association of Government's regional transportation plan.
State officials say Californians have surpassed a mandate to save water for a third consecutive month, using nearly 27 percent less in August than the same month in 2013.
City of San Diego customers are about to get a letter telling them the City Council will vote on Nov. 17 on a plan that would raise water rates by more than 40 percent in less than four years.
- Sept. 30
Balboa Park's display of international cottages doesn't include Mexico. Activists are asking Mayor Kevin Faulconer for a stand-alone House of Mexico.
Town hall-style meetings are being held in San Diego on Wednesday to educate the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community about their rights to benefits from Social Security.
- Sept. 29
- Midday Edition
The U.S. and Russia outlined their policies toward Syria at the United Nations on Monday.
Veteran firefighter Brian Fennessy plans on increasing racial and gender diversity within the ranks as the new chief of the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.
- Sept. 25
A sighting of Australian spotted jellyfish in the South Bay may provide another sign of the coming El Niño weather pattern expected to hit San Diego this winter.
- Sept. 25
South Campus Plaza will be home to student housing, retail, restaurants and a Trader Joe's market. It could also signal a growing campus footprint.
More than 212,000 people lived in poverty in the city of San Diego in 2014, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau.
- Sept. 23
The city of Coronado is backpedaling on its plans to add more bike lanes. The City Council voted last week to suspend all new proposed bike lanes and now is considering a public vote instead.
A new exhibit called "Rainmaker," now open at the San Diego Central Library, presents the work of 12 artists offering perspectives on drought and climate change.
The history of San Diego and Junipero Serra date back to the first mission he founded. On the eve of his canonization, reaction is mixed to the Spanish missionary and his legacy.
The race between California Assembly Speaker Toni Atkins and state Sen. Marty Block may have local and statewide implications.
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