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Heat Wave Expected On Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Heat Wave Expected On Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Nov. 22
By City News Service

An autumn mini heat wave that should make for a toasty Thanksgiving and has already delivered a pair of record high temperatures to the San Diego area is expected to intensify and peak Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

'Legacy In Black': A Showcase Of Some Of San Diego's Most Celebrate...

'Legacy In Black': A Showcase Of Some Of San Diego's Most Celebrated Artists

Nov. 21
By Ebone Monet

"Legacy in Black" features celebrated Artist with strong ties to San Diego. Organizers say it's a rare local opportunity to appreciate works that are rarely if ever shown in public.

Cleaning Up San Diego Bay's Dirty Marinas

Cleaning Up San Diego Bay's Dirty Marinas

Nov. 21
By Erik Anderson

A San Diego marina is field testing a new pump that could help clean up water in areas where boats dock.

Family Business Celebrates 45 Years As 'A Little Bit Of The Country...

Family Business Celebrates 45 Years As 'A Little Bit Of The Country' In The City

Nov. 17
By Tarryn Mento

San Diego is one of the largest cities in the nation, but in the City Heights neighborhood, there’s a family-owned business that’s resisted urbanization for decades.

Which San Diego 'Nutcracker' Is Right For Me?

Which San Diego 'Nutcracker' Is Right For Me?

Nov. 16
By Nina Garin

It may seem too early to think about “The Nutcracker,” but performances have begun and will continue into the new year.

Twin Sisters Keep Historic Point Loma Lighthouse Shining Bright

Twin Sisters Keep Historic Point Loma Lighthouse Shining Bright

Nov. 14
By Susan Murphy

Visitors to the Cabrillo National Monument will have a rare opportunity on Wednesday to climb to the top of the Old Point Loma Lighthouse tower to view the massive jewel-like Fresnel lens. It's one of three days of the year it's open to the public. The rest of the year, it’s off limits to almost everyone, except for a pair of identical twin sisters.

San Diego Lawmaker, Educator, Realtor Voice Opposition To GOP Tax P...

San Diego Lawmaker, Educator, Realtor Voice Opposition To GOP Tax Plan

Nov. 13
By Erik Anderson

A San Diego Democrat is rallying support against sweeping national tax reform proposals.

Jackie Robinson Family YMCA Opens After 19-Month Renovation

Jackie Robinson Family YMCA Opens After 19-Month Renovation

Nov. 10
By Ebone Monet

After a 19-month renovation from the ground up, the Jackie Robinson YMCA, which has served San Diego since 1943, is open again.

SeaWorld Has Another Disappointing Balance Sheet

SeaWorld Has Another Disappointing Balance Sheet

Nov. 8
By Tom Fudge

SeaWorld Entertainment just shared some bad news with their investors. Both attendance and revenue were down in the third quarter of this year.

Scripps Health Modernization Plan Includes New Hillcrest Hospital

Scripps Health Modernization Plan Includes New Hillcrest Hospital

Nov. 7
By Kenny Goldberg

Scripps Health plans to launch a massive $2.6 billion makeover of its health care system.

Broadcom Offers Qualcomm $130 Billion In Takeover Bid

Broadcom Offers Qualcomm $130 Billion In Takeover Bid

Nov. 6
By City News Service

The electronics company Broadcom Ltd. offered San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc. about $130 billion Monday in an unsolicited takeover bid, Broadcom president and CEO Hock Tan said, and Qualcomm said it would think about it.

Housing Commission Votes To Move $6.5M In Funding Away From Permane...

Housing Commission Votes To Move $6.5M In Funding Away From Permanent Housing

Nov. 3
By Matt Hoffman

Instead, the money would be used to open and operate three, new temporary shelters within the city of San Diego.

City Heights Tattoo Shop Will Ink For Charity

City Heights Tattoo Shop Will Ink For Charity

Nov. 3
By Tarryn Mento

Starting at $50, you can get a new tattoo and a good conscience at Diego Tattoo Gallery on Sunday.

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: 'Homegrown' Dances And San Diego Songs

San Diego's Top Weekend Events: 'Homegrown' Dances And San Diego Songs

Nov. 3
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Nina Garin

San Diego's 'Homegrown' talent takes center stage in a weekend that is filled with locally-produced ballet, visual arts and music.

Gold Star Father Khizr Khan Brings Message Of Civility And Unity To...

Gold Star Father Khizr Khan Brings Message Of Civility And Unity To San Diego

Nov. 2
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Khan was the keynote speaker Wednesday at the Anti-Defamation League's "No Place For Hate" Leadership Conference. His new book, "An American Family," traces his family's pursuit of the American dream.

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