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California Scientists Release Earthquake-Monitoring Smartphone App

Feb. 12
By David Wagner
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The app taps into smartphone accelerometers — sensors commonly used to detect movement and orient screens based on how users hold their phones — to pick up on earthquake tremors.

SANDAG Presents Spending Options For Transportation Tax

Feb. 12
By Andrew Bowen
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The San Diego Association of Governments has come forward with ideas on how to spend revenue from a potential sales tax increase. Some board members are wary of asking voters for such a tax if not enough funding goes to highways, streets and roads.

San Diego Predicts $7.6 Million Surplus In Fiscal 2016

Feb. 12
By City News Service
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The city of San Diego expects to complete the current fiscal year with a $7.6 million surplus in its general fund, according to a report released Friday by the mayor's office.

Gas Prices Continue To Drop In San Diego

Feb. 12
By Kenny Goldberg, City News Service
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The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County dropped Friday to its lowest amount since Feb. 5, 2015, decreasing 1.8 cents to $2.565.

4,500 Marines, Sailors Deploy With USS Boxer Group From San Diego

Feb. 12
By Susan Murphy
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The Marines and sailors will work together on various missions during the seven-month deployment to the Middle East and Asia Pacific region, including disaster relief and embassy and security evacuations.

New Signs Point To Downtown San Diego Attractions

Feb. 12
By City News Service
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A $1.9 million project to install more than 200 signs giving directions to drivers, bikers and pedestrians downtown has been completed, according to Civic San Diego.

Roundtable: Gas Leak Stopped, Lester Fired, Chavez Quits, Veteran Suicides Raise Alarms

Feb. 12
By Pat Finn, Tom Fudge
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The Porter Ranch gas leak appears to be stopped. The Coastal Commission stops Charles Lester. Rocky Chavez stops running for U.S. Senate. Twenty-seven San Diego veterans killed themselves in 18 months.

2 Students Killed In Shooting At Phoenix-Area High School

Feb. 12
By Associated Press
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Glendale Officer Tracey Breeden told reporters Friday that she doesn't know whether the victims at Independence High School are students. She didn't discuss the conditions of the teens.

2 San Pasqual High Students Face Expulsion Over Having Knives

Feb. 12
By City News Service
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Knives were found in parked vehicles belonging to 18-year-old Brandon Cappelletti and a 16-year-old student on the morning of Jan. 27. Contraband-sniffing dogs alerted officials to the knives.

Medical Data Thievery Ensnares At Least 30,000 San Diegans

Feb. 12
By Leo Castaneda / inewsource, Megan Wood / inewsource
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Patient records are valuable to thieves who can use the information to create and use new credit cards, file false tax returns and even commit medical fraud.

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