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A Campaign Hoping To Collect 1 Million Letters From US Soldiers Arr...

A Campaign Hoping To Collect 1 Million Letters From US Soldiers Arrives In San Diego

June 29
By City News Service

A campaign to collect and preserve 1 million letters written by servicemen and women in America's wars is scheduled to arrive in San Diego Thursday.

Balboa Park To Plant 500 Trees As Part Of City Initiative

Balboa Park To Plant 500 Trees As Part Of City Initiative

June 29
By City News Service

San Diego officials are scheduled to announce Thursday that they are embarking on a program to plant 500 trees in Balboa Park over the next two years, thanks in part to a $378,000 state grant.

Judge Rules FTC Antitrust Case Against Qualcomm Can Move Forward

Judge Rules FTC Antitrust Case Against Qualcomm Can Move Forward

June 28
By David Wagner

On Monday, the San Diego tech giant lost its motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by the Federal Trade Commission.

Analysis: GOP Health Bill Could Cost California $114B

Analysis: GOP Health Bill Could Cost California $114B

June 28
By Associated Press

California's state budget could take a $30 billion annual hit if health care legislation proposed by U.S. Senate Republicans is passed, state officials said Wednesday.

California To Stop Suspending Licenses For Traffic Fines

California To Stop Suspending Licenses For Traffic Fines

June 28
By Associated Press

Californians will no longer face losing their driver's licenses because of unpaid traffic fines starting next month.

San Diego DA: Police Officers Justified In Fatal Shooting Of Torrey...

San Diego DA: Police Officers Justified In Fatal Shooting Of Torrey Pines Student

June 28
By Christopher Underwood

The San Diego County District Attorney’s office announced Wednesday that the fatal shooting in May of a Torrey Pines High School student by two San Diego Police officers was legally justified.

Q&A With New CEO Of San Diego County Homeless Task Force

Q&A With New CEO Of San Diego County Homeless Task Force

June 28
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

The Regional Task Force on the Homeless, which is responsible for getting homeless service providers across San Diego County on the same page, has hired a new CEO.

Number Of Hepatitis A Cases In San Diego County Continue To Rise

Number Of Hepatitis A Cases In San Diego County Continue To Rise

June 28
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Since November, 196 cases of the viral disease have been confirmed and 4 people have died in San Diego County. The outbreak is disproportionately affecting the region's homeless population.

Why Dirt Is Good For Your Child's Health And Other Answers Form New...

Why Dirt Is Good For Your Child's Health And Other Answers Form New Book By UC San Diego Scientist

June 28
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Is it OK for my child to eat dirt? Should I get a dog? What causes colic? Are microbes to blame? Those are just a few of the questions Rob Knight, a co-founder of the American Gut project, has been asked over the years by new parents and parents-to-be concerned about how to keep their children safe and healthy.

Poway Considering Council District Boundaries In Wake Of Legal Threat

Poway Considering Council District Boundaries In Wake Of Legal Threat

June 28
By Alison St John

The latest city in San Diego County to start a rapid shift from citywide elections to district elections is Poway.

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