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Thunderstorms, Heavy Rain Expected In San Diego County

July 30
By City News Service
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Heavy rain and isolated thunderstorms are expected to develop over the mountains and deserts Thursday morning as an upper level disturbance moves through the region.

Report: San Diego Must Address Inequality For Economic Growth

July 30
By Jean Guerrero
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Researchers at the University of Southern California call for increased collaboration with low-income and minority communities in San Diego to boost the local economy.

San Salvador Replica Christened Following 4 Years Of Construction

July 29
By City News Service, Katie Schoolov
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The original San Salvador came to San Diego as the leader of three ships, when Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo was looking for new trade routes from Mexico to Asia and Europe.

San Diego Council Members Express Support For Removing Public Restroom

July 29
By City News Service
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While the Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee didn't take an actual vote on the proposal to take out a so-called "Portland Loo," Chairwoman Marti Emerald and Councilman Todd Gloria spoke out strongly in favor.

San Diego Police Chief Promises More Diverse Force, More Supervision

July 29
By Megan Burks, Claire Trageser
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Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman told City Council members Wednesday that her department has implemented 21 out of 40 recommendations so far that came out of a federal audit in March after a spate of San Diego police misconduct.

San Diego Zoo Breaks Ground On $68M Africa Exhibit

July 29
By City News Service
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The eight-acre Africa Rocks project is the largest in the San Diego Zoo's history.

New Grants Help San Diego County Groups Study Climate Change

July 29
Midday Edition
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The San Diego Foundation awarded more than $300,000 in grants to six local programs to address climate issues that impact San Diego County's economy and way of life.

San Diego Tourism Authority Books 57 Future Conventions

July 29
By City News Service
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The San Diego Tourism Authority estimated that the conventions that were booked will generate around $30 million in hotel tax revenue and pump $1.9 billion into the economy.

San Diego To Pay $1M To Settle Sex Assault Claims Against Ex-Cop

July 29
By City News Service
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One woman is set to receive $550,000. She alleged that she suffered personal injuries in an encounter with ex-SDPD Officer Christopher Hays on Oct. 31, 2013. The other woman settled for $400,000. She claimed emotional injuries from her interactions with Hays on June 12 that year.

Chargers To Open Training Camp Thursday With Public Practice

July 29
By City News Service
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The Chargers will have eight other practices at Chargers Park open to the general public.

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