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Breaking News: Passenger Train Derails Onto Major Freeway In Western Washington (Posted 12/18/17 at 9:39 a.m.)

San Diego News

Calmer Winds 'Critical' In Southern California Firefight

Calmer Winds 'Critical' In Southern California Firefight

Dec. 18
By Associated Press

Crews trying to corral Southern California's enormous wildfire hope to take advantage of a two-day window of calmer winds before potentially dangerous gusts return at mid-week, officials said Monday.

Cabrillo National Monument Prices To Increase By 50 Percent

Cabrillo National Monument Prices To Increase By 50 Percent

Dec. 18
By City News Service

The cost to enter Cabrillo National Monument will increase by as much as 50 percent beginning Jan. 1.

Covered California Health Care Program Extends Deadline

Covered California Health Care Program Extends Deadline

Dec. 18
By Kenny Goldberg

A surge in enrollment has prompted Covered California to extend its deadline for those wanting to buy health care.

Birch Aquarium Scientists Use 3-D Printer To Treat Loggerhead Sea T...

Birch Aquarium Scientists Use 3-D Printer To Treat Loggerhead Sea Turtle Shell

Dec. 18
By Claire Trageser

Earlier this month, scientists at Birch Aquarium and UC San Diego accomplished what they believe is a first: using a 3-D printer to fill a gap in a loggerhead sea turtle's shell.

San Diego, Meet Your New Civic Organist

San Diego, Meet Your New Civic Organist

Dec. 18
By Claire Trageser

Spanish organist Raúl Prieto Ramírez will be the next San Diego Civic Organist and artistic director of the Spreckels Organ Society.

Gondolas In San Diego Have Powerful Backer But Still No Liftoff

Gondolas In San Diego Have Powerful Backer But Still No Liftoff

Dec. 18
By Tom Fudge

Supporters say mass transit gondolas are affordable and have a light touch on the urban landscape. So why hasn’t San Diego built any?

San Diego Sheriff’s Deputy Accusers Describe Sexual Misconduct Alle...

San Diego Sheriff’s Deputy Accusers Describe Sexual Misconduct Allegations

Dec. 15
By Amita Sharma

The number of women who have accused San Diego County Sheriff’s Deputy Richard Fischer of sexual misconduct is now at 11. Fischer is on administrative leave while sheriff’s officials investigate.

San Diego Researchers Use Drone To Study Polar Bears And Arctic Ice

San Diego Researchers Use Drone To Study Polar Bears And Arctic Ice

Dec. 15
By Erik Anderson

San Diego researchers and engineers have had a successful test of a special cold weather drone.

New SANDAG Board Chairman On Climate Change: 'It's A Debatable Issue'

New SANDAG Board Chairman On Climate Change: 'It's A Debatable Issue'

Dec. 15
By Andrew Bowen

Del Mar City Councilman Terry Sinnott has been unanimously elected chairman of the board of SANDAG, the county's chief agency in charge of cutting greenhouse gas emissions. Asked whether he believed climate change was caused by humans, Sinnott would not give a clear answer.

Frozen Fairgrounds: How Del Mar And Other Ice Rinks Keep Cool In Su...

Frozen Fairgrounds: How Del Mar And Other Ice Rinks Keep Cool In Sunny San Diego

Dec. 15
By Matt Hoffman

Frozen Fairgrounds in Del Mar joins the Hotel Del Coronado and Liberty Station who operate their own rinks. But how do you keep water frozen when it’s nearly 80 degrees outside?

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