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Auditor Says San Diego Needs To Update Plans For Airports

May 26
By City News Service
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San Diego's auditor's office said Brown Field and Montgomery Field offer significant potential for development, but city officials have not seized on the opportunity to maximize revenue or create a long-range plan for the facilities.

Lockdown Lifted After Threat Made To West Hills High

May 26
By City News Service
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A hoax claim that bombs had been placed at West Hills High School prompted a roughly three-hour lockdown at the campus while law enforcement personnel search the grounds and buildings.

Navy Unveils New Children's Center In Murphy Canyon

May 26
By Dwane Brown
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The center has six classrooms that will provide care for 114 military children. It also has a playground, drop-off parking and pedestrian walkways.

What's Next For One Paseo Project After Compromise Reached

May 26
Midday Edition
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As developers head back to the drawing board, a Kilroy Realty spokeswoman and a community group discuss what is next for Carmel Valley after a compromise was reached for the multi-use project.

California Bill Would Prohibit Defendants From Questioning Victims

May 26
Midday Edition
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A San Diego lawmaker’s bill to ban defendants who represent themselves from cross-examining victims in certain cases is raising constitutional questions.

Rancho Santa Fe Woman Leaves $750,000 For Heritage Organization

May 26
By City News Service
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The Save Our Heritage Organisation announced a bequest from the estate of Phyllis Paul who was active in the preservation of historic buildings.

Valencia Park Shooting Leaves 2 Dead, 1 Wounded

May 26
By City News Service
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An investigation was underway Tuesday into a shooting in San Diego's Valencia Park neighborhood that left two men dead and a third wounded.

San Diego Teen To Compete In Scripps National Spelling Bee

May 26
By City News Service
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An eighth-grader from Earl Warren Middle School in Solana Beach will begin competing in the 88th Scripps National Spelling Bee on Tuesday in National Harbor, Maryland.

Six Lessons For California From A Drought Halfway Around The World

May 26
By David Wagner
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A new study outlines how Melbourne, Australia, cut its water consumption in half during a recent drought. Here's what California could learn.

Nonprofit Helps Murrieta Veteran Grow Farm Business

May 26
By Megan Burks
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There's a good chance some of the chicken wings and drumsticks on Southern California barbecues on Memorial Day came from Primal Pastures in Murrieta. The meat farm is growing thanks to a nonprofit called the Farmer Veteran Coalition.

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