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Mom Calls Son Hit By Plane On Carlsbad Beach 'A Miracle Dude'

July 6
By City News Service
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Nicholas Baer, 12, remained hospitalized Monday with a positive prognosis after being struck Saturday by a light plane as the pilot made an emergency crash landing.

67 Dogs Found During Fourth Of July Weekend In San Diego County

July 6
By City News Service

About four dozen dogs rounded up during the Independence Day holiday weekend by San Diego County animal services workers remained unclaimed Monday.

San Diego Zoo Safari Park Welcomes Baby Giraffe

July 6
By City News Service
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Congo — already more than 6 feet tall and weighing in at about 200 pounds — is the 161st giraffe born at the Safari Park since the facility opened in 1972.

Vote To Merge Rainbow, Fallbrook Water Districts Delayed

July 6
By Alison St John
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County Supervisor Bill Horn, who chairs the panel that will decide whether to merge the Rainbow and Fallbrook water districts, couldn't attend Monday's meeting so a vote was delayed until Sept. 14.

USS Higgins Leaves San Diego For Western Pacific Ocean

July 6
By City News Service
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The Navy reported that the Higgins and its crew of more than 300 sailors will maintain the Navy's presence in the region and conduct goodwill activities with partner nations.

California's Dental Program Gains Patients While Loses Dentists

July 6
By Kenny Goldberg
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A new state review of the Denti-Cal program, shows between 2009 and 2014, the number of children enrolled in the Denti-Cal program increased by nearly 40 percent.

San Diego State University Gets $2.5M Donation

July 6
By City News Service
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Fred Pierce, a 1988 SDSU finance and real estate graduate, designated the funds to benefit the College of Business Administration, Aztec athletics, the SDSU Alumni Association, Greek life and student scholarships.

Washington Company Grinds Up Grocery Waste

July 6
Katie Campbell, EarthFix
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WISErg has created what they call a “harvester.” It’s a refrigerator-sized machine that is installed at supermarkets and used to grind up any food that’s not fit for sale.

San Diego Launches Street Repair Program

July 6
By Tarryn Mento, City News Service
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The street repair program is designed to fix 1,000 miles of bumpy roadways over the next five years.

500,000 People Flock To San Diego-Area Beaches During Fourth Of July

July 6
By City News Service
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Due to overcast skies, the number of beachgoers was about half what had been expected over the Independence Day weekend.

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