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California Governor Updates Compact With Sycuan

Sept. 3
By City News Service
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The governor's office said the compact provides incentives for revenue sharing with local jurisdictions for fire, emergency medical services, law enforcement, public transit, infrastructure improvements and education.

San Diego Fire Chief Announces Retirement After 35-Year Career

Sept. 3
By City News Service
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Javier Mainar, who became chief six years ago, said at a news conference he will step down Nov. 12.

Small Plane Crashes In Santee Residential Neighborhood

Sept. 3
By Associated Press
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Authorities say one person was killed and another was critically injured when a small plane crashed in a Santee neighborhood and ended up in the driveway of a home.

USS George Washington To Leave San Diego For Training, Refueling

Sept. 3
By City News Service
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The USS George Washington is one of the aircraft carriers taking part in a three-way swap of home ports.

Now Hiring: San Diego Unified Aims To Fill Teacher Vacancies

Sept. 3
Midday Edition
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Amid a nationwide teacher shortage, San Diego Unified held a three-day job fair this week to fill 40 teaching positions.

Solana Beach Kidnapping Suspect Charged With Second Crime

Sept. 3
By City News Service
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The defendant is also charged with child molest counts involving a September 2010 crime, in which he allegedly lured a 5-year-old girl behind a shed after school at Solana Santa Fe Elementary and tried to remove her pants.

Free Prostate Screenings At Padres, Dodgers Game

Sept. 3
By City News Service
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The screenings, open to men 50 and older, will start when the gates to the Park in the Park open at 4:30 p.m. Men 40 and over will be eligible for testing if they have a family history of prostate cancer.

California Manufacturers Outperform Most States

Sept. 3
By Erik Anderson
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California's electricity prices are some of the highest in the country, but that hasn't crippled the state's manufacturing industry.

San Diego Engineers Design Mouthguard To Wirelessly Monitor Saliva

Sept. 2
By David Wagner
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You may already be using a smartphone to track your steps, calories and sleep. A team of San Diego engineers hopes one day you'll also be able to track your saliva.

Downtown San Diego Gets First Charter Elementary School

Sept. 2
By Matthew Bowler
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More than 400 students from kindergarten to eighth grade are scheduled to start school at the Urban Discovery Academy’s new 37,000-square-foot building.

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