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Roundtable: Jessica's Law Ruling, PUC Investigations, City Permit Process

March 6
By Pat Finn, Tom Fudge
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The California Supreme Court struck down part of Jessica's Law. State and federal authorities are investigating whether California public utilities commissioners were too chummy with those they regulate. And surprise! It takes less time to get a development permit in San Diego than it did nine years ago.

Councilman Proposes 311 System For City Of San Diego

March 6
By City News Service
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Councilman Mark Kersey is proposing that the city of San Diego create a phone system that will serve as a "one-stop shop" for residents who need city information and services.

Gusty Winds In San Diego County Mountains, Valleys To Last Until Saturday

March 6
By City News Service
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Forecasters expected the strongest winds Friday morning and Friday night into Saturday morning.

Audio Describers Bring San Diego Opera To Visually Impaired

March 6
By Beth Accomando, Nicholas McVicker, Katie Schoolov
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The San Diego Opera provides an underutilized service called audio description. It allows the visually impaired to enjoy an opera performance more fully.  

Threat Prompts Lockdown At Three Lakeside Schools

March 5
By City News Service
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Sarah Joy Lomaintewa, 26, was taken into custody. She was expected to be booked on suspicion of making criminal threats.

Pedestrian Killed By Train In Encinitas

March 5
By City News Service
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A train struck and killed a pedestrian near Batiquitos Lagoon.

California Woman Takes Routine Prenatal Test, Finds Out She Has Cancer

March 5
By David Wagner
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Eunice Lee got more than she signed up for when she took a noninvasive prenatal test made by San Diego-based Sequenom.

San Diego Mayor Wants To Fix How City Fixes Its Infrastructure

March 5
By Tarryn Mento
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Mayor Kevin Faulconer unveiled plans Thursday to update how the city repairs assets such as roads, water pipes and sewer lines.

Katherine Faulconer Announces Task Force For AIDS Memorial

March 5
By City News Service
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The wife of Mayor Kevin Faulconer and a longtime gay rights activist announced the formation of a task force to raise money to create an AIDS memorial in San Diego.

250 Marines, Veterans Train For Annual Trials At Camp Pendleton

March 5
Chris Chan
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Athletes will compete in eight sports including wheelchair basketball, track and field, sitting-volleyball and swimming at Camp Pendleton.

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