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Sexual Harassment Takes Spotlight In California's Capital

Sexual Harassment Takes Spotlight In California's Capital

Nov. 24
By Associated Press

It's been five weeks since nearly 150 women — lobbyists, lawmakers, Republicans, Democrats — signed a letter calling out a pervasive culture of sexual harassment in California's capital.

Boosted Funding, New Forester To Help San Diego Meet Its Tree Plant...

Boosted Funding, New Forester To Help San Diego Meet Its Tree Planting Goal

Nov. 24
By Alison St John, Michael Lipkin

San Diego's recently installed forester says his department has an additional $300,000 in funding to plant new trees, as the city moves towards its goal of 15 percent canopy cover by 2020.

San Diego Thanksgiving Day Gas Price Dipped But Still Highest Since...

San Diego Thanksgiving Day Gas Price Dipped But Still Highest Since 2013

Nov. 24
By City News Service

A large part of the blame for the high holiday prices was the 12-cent per gallon gas tax that went into effect the first of the month.

Las Vegas Pot Dispensaries Offer Black Friday Deals

Las Vegas Pot Dispensaries Offer Black Friday Deals

Nov. 24
By Associated Press

The Las Vegas Sun reports more than 40 dispensaries in the Las Vegas area will offer discounts on marijuana flower products, edibles such as chocolates, and concentrates.

San Diego County Cities Tie, Break Thanksgiving Day Heat Records

San Diego County Cities Tie, Break Thanksgiving Day Heat Records

Nov. 24
By City News Service, KPBS News

The city of San Diego matched its highest recorded Thanksgiving temperature, which was set in 1932, but other cities in the county were even hotter.

After 38 Years The Annual Chargers Blood Drive Is Gone, But Not The...

After 38 Years The Annual Chargers Blood Drive Is Gone, But Not The Need For Blood

Nov. 24
By Matt Hoffman

The annual Chargers Blood Drive took place during a critical holiday season when blood donations are typically down. However, just because the NFL team has left, does not mean the need for blood is gone.

Roundtable: Tax Bill, Jail Deaths, Sea Level Rise, City Heights Rea...

Roundtable: Tax Bill, Jail Deaths, Sea Level Rise, City Heights Real Estate

Nov. 24
By Mark Sauer, Neiko Will

The negative impact of tax reform would be felt heavily in California. Eyebrows are raised as investigations into the deaths of 22 people while in law enforcement custody in San Diego County are dropped. As the ocean encroaches, Del Mar residents aren't ready to retreat. And, has gentrification come to City Heights?

San Diego County Reports Fourth Flu-Related Death

San Diego County Reports Fourth Flu-Related Death

Nov. 22
By City News Service

The "flu season" toll in the San Diego region reached four with the recent death of a 92-year-old man, county health officials reported Wednesday.

Man Found Burning In Mission Bay Park Was Once Imprisoned In North ...

Man Found Burning In Mission Bay Park Was Once Imprisoned In North Korea

Nov. 22
By City News Service

A 38-year-old man found ablaze in an open area near Mission Bay Park, and whose death was likely the result of an accident or suicide, was an English teacher who gained notoriety seven years ago when he was imprisoned in North Korea and released with the help of former President Jimmy Carter.

Heat Wave Expected On Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Heat Wave Expected On Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

Nov. 22
By City News Service

An autumn mini heat wave that should make for a toasty Thanksgiving and has already delivered a pair of record high temperatures to the San Diego area is expected to intensify and peak Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.

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