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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Living With Wildfires: San Diego Firestorm 10 Years Later

San Diego News

Own A Piece of San Diego Sports History

Own A Piece of San Diego Sports History

Oct. 18
By Matt Hoffman

The San Diego Hall of Champions is auctioning off part of its collection, after closing the museum in June.

San Diego Police Union, City Reach Deal On Pay Raises

San Diego Police Union, City Reach Deal On Pay Raises

Oct. 18
By Andrew Bowen, City News Service

Details on the contract agreement designed to stem the flow of experienced officers from the San Diego Police Department to other law enforcement agencies are expected to be released Wednesday morning.

Arts Mean Business

Arts Mean Business

Oct. 18
By Alison St John

A report completed this summer reveals arts and culture is a billion-dollar industry in San Diego.

Navy Veterans Look Beyond The Crews For Cause Of Collisions

Navy Veterans Look Beyond The Crews For Cause Of Collisions

Oct. 18
By Steve Walsh

The Navy is looking for lessons learned after 17 sailors were killed this summer when the destroyers USS McCain and USS Fitzgerald each collided with slow moving freighters in the Pacific.

GOP Ramps Up Effort To Repeal California Gas Tax Increase

GOP Ramps Up Effort To Repeal California Gas Tax Increase

Oct. 18
By Associated Press

Republicans' latest effort to repeal California's upcoming gas tax increase got a boost Wednesday from members of Congress and GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox, who said he would spend "significant" money to help put the initiative on next year's ballot.

Blazes Light Up California Pot Farms Ahead Of Legalization

Blazes Light Up California Pot Farms Ahead Of Legalization

Oct. 18
By Associated Press

Desperate to see if wildfires had damaged his farm, Marcos Morales gunned his four-wheel-drive station wagon along the hidden dirt roads that crisscross Sonoma County vineyards.

San Diego Councilman Apparently Used Personal Email To Leak Confide...

San Diego Councilman Apparently Used Personal Email To Leak Confidential Memo

Oct. 18
By Andrew Bowen

Public records suggest San Diego City Councilman Chris Cate used his personal email account when sending a confidential memo to the proponents of the Soccer City stadium initiative. The councilman's office redacted Cate's email address but did not redact addresses and phone numbers belonging to dozens of constituents.

San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob: 'We’ll Never Prevent Anot...

San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob: 'We’ll Never Prevent Another Big Fire'

Oct. 18
By Alison St John, Megan Burke

San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob wanted to make big changes after the fires to invest in fire prevention. The majority of the nearly 300,000 acres burned by the Harris and Witch Creek fires were in the county's unincorporated area represented by Supervisor Jacob.

Barrera Says San Diego Unified Might Take A Run At 2018 Funding Mea...

Barrera Says San Diego Unified Might Take A Run At 2018 Funding Measure

Oct. 18
By Megan Burks

At the State of the District Address Tuesday, School Board President Richard Barrera said the district is exploring whether to put an initiative on the ballot.

Utility Scrutinized As Northern California Wildfire Victims Sue

Utility Scrutinized As Northern California Wildfire Victims Sue

Oct. 18
By Associated Press

Northern California homeowners allege in a lawsuit filed Tuesday that Pacific Gas & Electric Co. failed to adequately protect its power lines before the region's deadly wildfires, a theory that state investigators are considering as they try to determine the cause.

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