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NFL Approves Raiders' Move To Las Vegas

NFL Approves Raiders' Move To Las Vegas

March 27
By City News Service

Any hopes that the Raiders would turn their eyes to San Diego in wake of the Chargers' departure all but evaporated Monday when National Football League owners conditionally approved the Oakland franchise's move to Las Vegas.

First Person: Latina Muslim Reflects On Her Faith, President Trump’...

First Person: Latina Muslim Reflects On Her Faith, President Trump’s Policies

March 27
By Marissa Cabrera

Mayte Gutierrez, 25, of San Diego talks about how she found Islam and the impact of President Trump’s policies on the Muslim and Latino communities.

What Do The Top Endurance Athletes In The World Eat?

What Do The Top Endurance Athletes In The World Eat?

March 27
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Brooke Ruth

Matt Fitzgerald looked at what the top runners, cyclists, cross-country skiers and triathletes in the world were eating to come up with a diet that amateur endurance athletes could mimic. He wrote about what he learned in his book, "The Endurance Diet."

Gusty Winds May Lead To Dangerous Driving Conditions

Gusty Winds May Lead To Dangerous Driving Conditions

March 27
By City News Service

A low-pressure system moves through San Diego.

Rare Butterfly Returns To San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

Rare Butterfly Returns To San Diego National Wildlife Refuge

March 27
By Erik Anderson

Endangered Quino Checkerspot Butterflies are flying on the San Diego National Wildlife Refuge this spring for the first time in years.

San Diego, Tijuana Leaders Push Regional Issues In Mexico City

San Diego, Tijuana Leaders Push Regional Issues In Mexico City

March 27
By Jean Guerrero

A delegation of nearly 90 politicians and business leaders from San Diego, Tijuana and the surrounding area are advocating for regional issues with Mexico's federal government.

U.S. Natural Gas To Mexico Skyrockets Making Some In Mexico Nervous...

U.S. Natural Gas To Mexico Skyrockets Making Some In Mexico Nervous About Dependence

March 27
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

Drug tunnels are not the only passageways beneath the U.S.-Mexico border that transport valuable cargo. Pipelines cross the boundary too, carrying natural gas south.

Cabrillo National Monument Seeks Public Input On New Trails

Cabrillo National Monument Seeks Public Input On New Trails

March 27
By Elma Gonzalez

The Cabrillo National Monument is taking public input on the development of a trails master plan.

Hundreds Rally For Planned Parenthood In Balboa Park

Hundreds Rally For Planned Parenthood In Balboa Park

March 24
By Kenny Goldberg

The threat of a cut-off of federal funding for Planned Parenthood prompted hundreds of people to rally Friday in Balboa Park.

Unemployment In San Diego Drops To 4.2 Percent

Unemployment In San Diego Drops To 4.2 Percent

March 24
By City News Service

The rate is down from 4.5 percent in January. It's also below the 4.8 percent recorded in the same period last year, according to a new report.

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