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Politifest Features Candidates In San Diego Races

Politifest Features Candidates In San Diego Races

Sept. 23
By Tarryn Mento

Attendees had a chance to brush up on the numerous local and state measures and races at Saturday's Politifest at San Diego State University.

Celebrating 70 Years Of 'Awkward Showers And Fun Hikes' At Sixth-Gr...

Celebrating 70 Years Of 'Awkward Showers And Fun Hikes' At Sixth-Grade Camp

Sept. 26
By Megan Burks

Millions of San Diegans have eaten in the mess hall at the county's sixth-grade camp. This week, birthday cake is on the menu. To celebrate, we've collected some of your sixth-grade camp memories.

City's New Road Repair Map Proves Popular

City's New Road Repair Map Proves Popular

Sept. 23
By Steve Walsh

A new online map allows residents to track the city's plans for road repairs throughout San Diego.

San Diego State And Major League Soccer Explore Mission Valley Stadium

San Diego State And Major League Soccer Explore Mission Valley Stadium

Sept. 23
By Matt Hoffman

Over 18,000 Aztec supporters were emailed survey, designed to gauge interest in a new stadium for the SDSU football team.

Scripps Health Inaugurates Emergency And Trauma Center

Scripps Health Inaugurates Emergency And Trauma Center

Sept. 23
By City News Service

The $33 million Barbey Family Emergency and Trauma Center will go into operation on Monday at the Scripps Memorial Hospital campus.

Roundtable: Issa v. Applegate; Unproven Stem Cell Treatments; Barri...

Roundtable: Issa v. Applegate; Unproven Stem Cell Treatments; Barrio Logan & The Downtown Stadium

Sept. 23
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer

Darrell Issa's congressional race is closer than he would perhaps like. A local company refers a patient for a costly, unproven stem cell treatment. And Barrio Logan braces for a very large new neighbor.

Number Of Immigrants In California Illegally Declines

Number Of Immigrants In California Illegally Declines

Sept. 23
By Michael Lipkin, Alison St John

A Pew Research Center report says the number of immigrants living in California illegally fell by about 200,000 to 2.3 million between 2009 and 2014.

ITT Closure Leaves Some Veterans Without A Housing Allowance

ITT Closure Leaves Some Veterans Without A Housing Allowance

Sept. 23
By Susan Murphy

The sudden shutdown this month of ITT Technical Institute has not only left students scrambling to transfer their credits, it has also left some veterans worrying about how they’ll pay their rent.

Plans To Transform North Park Advance To San Diego City Council

Plans To Transform North Park Advance To San Diego City Council

Sept. 23
By Andrew Bowen

The San Diego Planning Commission voted to recommend approval of the North Park and Golden Hill community plan updates, lengthy documents that will play a role in meeting the city's environmental goals. A recent analysis cast doubt on whether the plans are sufficient to reduce the city's dependence on the automobile.

Mexicans Respond To Haitians, Africans With Unusual Hospitality

Mexicans Respond To Haitians, Africans With Unusual Hospitality

Sept. 23
By Jean Guerrero

Mexicans who live in Tijuana are embracing a surge of Haitian and African migrants en route to the U.S.