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Electricity Alone Powers One Quarter Of US Homes

Electricity Alone Powers One Quarter Of US Homes

Sept. 26
By Ingrid Lobet / inewsource

Recently inewsource reported that for climate reasons, some environmental groups are starting to advocate for all-electric homes. Those are homes in which all the appliances including heaters, hot water heaters and stoves run on electricity, not natural gas.

New Restrooms Installed In Downtown San Diego In Effort To Stop Hep...

New Restrooms Installed In Downtown San Diego In Effort To Stop Hepatitis A Outbreak

Sept. 25
By City News Service

Several new restrooms were installed Monday in a downtown area park in the latest effort by city officials to help combat the hepatitis A outbreak.

San Diego State Searches For New President

San Diego State Searches For New President

Sept. 25
By City News Service, Jake Henry

The university held its first public forum Monday in its effort to find a new leader.

Firefighters Worry About Hep A Exposure After Being Contaminated By...

Firefighters Worry About Hep A Exposure After Being Contaminated By Feces

Sept. 25
By Susan Murphy

About a dozen San Diego firefighters were being seen by doctors on Monday after being contaminated a day earlier with human feces, and possibly exposed to Hepatitis A.

New FBI Data Places San Diego Among 2016's Safest Cities Nationwide

New FBI Data Places San Diego Among 2016's Safest Cities Nationwide

Sept. 25
By City News Service

San Diego was the safest big city in the United States last year in terms of murders, while the San Diego-Carlsbad metro area had fewer violent crimes in 2016 than all but three of the 20 largest metropolitan areas in the country, according to statistics released Monday by the FBI.

First Person: Diane And Richard Nares

First Person: Diane And Richard Nares

Sept. 25
By Megan Burke

Their life together started like a storybook romance and then was tested by a devastating loss. Now married 24 years, they have turned personal tragedy into a commitment to help others.

Chamber Of Commerce Brings Binational Delegation To Lobby D.C. Leaders

Chamber Of Commerce Brings Binational Delegation To Lobby D.C. Leaders

Sept. 25
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

A trade delegation of officials from San Diego and Tijuana is visiting Washington, D.C. this week, meeting with officials to discuss homelessness funding, ports of entry renovations and health care policy.

Trump Replaces 90-Day Ban With New Travel Restrictions

Trump Replaces 90-Day Ban With New Travel Restrictions

Sept. 25
By Associated Press

President Donald Trump has signed a proclamation imposing strict new restrictions on travelers from a handful of countries, including five that were covered by his expiring travel ban.

USS Fitzgerald To Undergo Repairs Following Fatal Collision Off Coa...

USS Fitzgerald To Undergo Repairs Following Fatal Collision Off Coast Of Japan In June

Sept. 25
By City News Service

The Navy ship that collided with a merchant vessel in June off the coast of Japan, killing two San Diego-area sailors and five others, is set to return stateside later this year for continued repairs, the Navy announced.

California Water: Debating The Delta Tunnel Plan

California Water: Debating The Delta Tunnel Plan

Sept. 25
By Erik Anderson

California’s water users will find out soon if they will be paying for the $17 billion tunnel project called the California WaterFix.

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