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Padres Closer Hoffman Misses Hall Of Fame By Handful Of Ballots

Padres Closer Hoffman Misses Hall Of Fame By Handful Of Ballots

Jan. 18
By City News Service

Former Padres closer Trevor Hoffman fell just short in his second bid to make baseball's Hall of Fame, which announced its 2017 class of inductees Wednesday.

Where To Get Sandbags In San Diego

Where To Get Sandbags In San Diego

Jan. 18
By City News Service

With a series of strong winter storms expected to begin drenching the region starting Wednesday night, government agencies across the San Diego area are offering free sandbags to residents and business owners worried about flooding-related property damage.

San Diego Councilman David Alvarez Running For County Supervisor

San Diego Councilman David Alvarez Running For County Supervisor

Jan. 18
By Claire Trageser

On Tuesday night, San Diego City Councilman David Alvarez announced he's running for San Diego County's Board of Supervisors in the District 1 seat.

Former San Diego Councilwoman, State Senator Lucy Killea Dies At 94

Former San Diego Councilwoman, State Senator Lucy Killea Dies At 94

Jan. 18
By City News Service

Former San Diego city councilwoman, assemblywoman and state senator Lucy Killea has died at the age of 94, the nonprofit Women in California Politics reported Wednesday.

Fleet Center Revels In The Science Of Toys

Fleet Center Revels In The Science Of Toys

Jan. 18
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Everyone knows that simple Slinkys are rather remarkable toys, but why and how do they seem to walk? The Fleet Science Center is putting on an exhibit Saturday on the physics behind common toys.

Three Strong 'Atmospheric River' Storms Take Aim At San Diego County

Three Strong 'Atmospheric River' Storms Take Aim At San Diego County

Jan. 18
By Susan Murphy

The long plumes of moisture moving toward the county from the Pacific, called Atmospheric Rivers, are the same type of storm that pounded Northern California last week with nearly a dozen inches of rain and ten feet of snow.

California Finishes Safety Review Of Aliso Canyon After Blowout

California Finishes Safety Review Of Aliso Canyon After Blowout

Jan. 18
By Associated Press

Aliso Canyon, where a blowout spewed methane for nearly four months, has completed a safety review required to resume operations, though it might never return to full capacity.

Advocates: Asylum-Seekers Are Being Turned Away At Border

Advocates: Asylum-Seekers Are Being Turned Away At Border

Jan. 18
By Associated Press

Immigrant advocacy groups said Tuesday that U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers are allegedly turning away asylum-seekers before their claims can be heard, violating obligations under U.S. and international law.

A Deficit-Sized Math Error In California

A Deficit-Sized Math Error In California

Jan. 18
Ben Bradford / Capitol Public Radio

An unforeseen deficit now projected for the next California budget is due, in part, to a math error.

New Affordable Housing In North County Defies Stereotypes

New Affordable Housing In North County Defies Stereotypes

Jan. 18
By Alison St John

San Marcos is one of the North County cities that has built the most new affordable housing in the last three years. Many of those units came with workout rooms and granite countertops.

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