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Governor Appoints New Salton Sea Policy Official

Sept. 4
By David Wagner
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The Imperial Irrigation District's environmental manager Bruce Wilcox has a new role: assistant secretary for Salton Sea policy at California's Natural Resources Agency.

Drought Backs Up North County Sewer Lines

Sept. 4
By Steve Walsh
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Lack of water has an impact on most aspects of life in San Diego. Sewer districts are also coping with the effects of prolonged drought.

San Diego, Tijuana Host World's First Cross-Border TEDx

Sept. 4
By Jean Guerrero
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TEDxMonumento258 brought together bi-national speakers at the U.S.-Mexico border between San Diego and Tijuana to discuss "Ideas Without Borders."

Historic Jewish Artifacts Donation Helps Support Diversity At SDSU

Sept. 4
Evening Edition
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A San Diego man donated his Torah collection to the university, which turned out to be worth nearly $500,000.

San Diego Judge Hears Arguments On Motion To Dismiss Lawsuit Against Inewsource

Sept. 4
By Chris Young
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A San Diego judge heard arguments Friday on a motion filed by inewsource seeking to dismiss a local nonprofit’s lawsuit.

San Diego's Sycuan Tribe Permitted To Expand Gaming Operations To New Location

Sept. 4
By Erik Anderson
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One of San Diego County's major gaming tribes could be expanding gambling operations.

Law Prevents Homeowner's Associations From Banning Artificial Turf

Sept. 4
By City News Service
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A San Diego assemblywoman's drought-driven bill to prevent homeowners' associations in California from banning the installation of artificial turf was signed into law Friday by Gov. Jerry Brown.

New Elementary School To Open In Mira Mesa

Sept. 4
By City News Service
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Plans for the 7.6-acre school were first developed in the 1980s as other campuses in Mira Mesa grew beyond capacity, but construction was held up for decades by environmental concerns.

San Salvador Replica Debuts At Parade Of Sail

Sept. 4
By Katie Schoolov
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The 200-ton full-scale replica of the first ship to sail into San Diego Bay in 1542 made its public debut as it voyaged across San Diego Bay Friday under engine power - something that explorer Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo's ship didn't have.

Roundtable On Navy Broadway, Toni Atkins, Poway Unified

Sept. 4
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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Manchester's Navy Broadway complex is one step closer to breaking ground. Toni Atkins has lost her speakership. Two county supervisors find themselves fighting for their seats. And Poway Unified's superintendent altered a critical report.

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