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SPECIAL COVERAGE: Living With Wildfires: San Diego Firestorm 10 Years Later

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Report: Convention Center's Economic Impact Over $1 Billion Last Fi...

Report: Convention Center's Economic Impact Over $1 Billion Last Fiscal Year

Oct. 19
By City News Service

The San Diego Convention Center generated more than 844,000 room nights for area hotels in the fiscal year that ended June 30, according to a report scheduled to be presented Thursday to the City Council's Economic Development Committee.

Experts Meet To Plan Autonomous Vehicles Testing In San Diego

Experts Meet To Plan Autonomous Vehicles Testing In San Diego

Oct. 19
By City News Service

Representatives of more than 40 companies and organizations are scheduled to meet for the first time Thursday to plan how to test autonomous vehicles in the San Diego region.

Nearly One Million San Diegans Expected To Participate In Great Cal...

Nearly One Million San Diegans Expected To Participate In Great California ShakeOut Drill

Oct. 19
By City News Service

The annual Great California ShakeOut Drill will be held Thursday, with nearly a million San Diegans joining people across the state — and around the world — as they drop, cover and hold to practice their readiness for a major earthquake.

Fighting The Fire: Firefighters Faced Roaring Flames, Extreme Weather

Fighting The Fire: Firefighters Faced Roaring Flames, Extreme Weather

Oct. 19
By Erik Anderson

Javier Mainer, an assistant fire chief for the city of San Diego when wildfires consumed large swaths of San Diego County in 2007, talks with KPBS reporter Erik Anderson.

Famed San Diego Researcher Walter Munk Welcomes 100th Birthday

Famed San Diego Researcher Walter Munk Welcomes 100th Birthday

Oct. 19
By Erik Anderson

Scripps Institution Oceanography researcher Walter Munk, who turns 100 on Thursday, remembers his long career with a discussion at his La Jolla home.

Own A Piece of San Diego Sports History

Own A Piece of San Diego Sports History

Oct. 18
By Matt Hoffman

The San Diego Hall of Champions is auctioning off part of its collection after closing the museum in June.

San Diego Arts Mean Business

San Diego Arts Mean Business

Oct. 18
By Alison St John

A report completed this summer reveals arts and culture is a billion-dollar industry in San Diego.

Navy Veterans Look Beyond The Crews For Cause Of Collisions

Navy Veterans Look Beyond The Crews For Cause Of Collisions

Oct. 18
By Steve Walsh

The Navy is looking for lessons learned after 17 sailors were killed this summer when the destroyers USS McCain and USS Fitzgerald each collided with slow moving freighters in the Pacific.

GOP Ramps Up Effort To Repeal California Gas Tax Increase

GOP Ramps Up Effort To Repeal California Gas Tax Increase

Oct. 18
By Associated Press

Republicans' latest effort to repeal California's upcoming gas tax increase got a boost Wednesday from members of Congress and GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox, who said he would spend "significant" money to help put the initiative on next year's ballot.

Blazes Light Up California Pot Farms Ahead Of Legalization

Blazes Light Up California Pot Farms Ahead Of Legalization

Oct. 18
By Associated Press

Desperate to see if wildfires had damaged his farm, Marcos Morales gunned his four-wheel-drive station wagon along the hidden dirt roads that crisscross Sonoma County vineyards.

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