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Advocate Wants $648M Payout For 'Inappropriate' San Onofre Nuke Pact

April 17
By Associated Press
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The Office of Ratepayer Advocates said private conservations between Public Utilities Commission then-President Michael Peevey and a Southern California Edison executive gave the utility an unfair advantage.

Roundtable On City Budget, Mexican Farmworkers, Jail Suicides

April 17
By Pat Finn, Mark Sauer
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The mayor proposed a budget for 2016. Most observers liked it. The farmworkers' strike in Baja California has ended, but the ramifications for U.S. companies continue. A Marine's widow files suit over her husband's suicide in the Vista Jail.

California Officials Say Measles Outbreak That Started At Disneyland Is Over

April 17
By City News Service
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The last case of measles was confirmed March 2, prompting officials to set Friday as the date when the outbreak was considered over if there are no new cases reported.

San Diego Considers Offering 3 Paid Sick Days For City Employees

April 17
By City News Service
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More than 1,360 city employees — mainly library and recreational staff, and hourly lifeguards — would be eligible.

San Diego County's Unemployment Rate Drops

April 17
By City News Service
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The unemployment rate in San Diego County last month was 5.1 percent — well below the 7.1 percent recorded in March of last year.

USS Carl Vinson Begins Journey Home To San Diego

April 17
By City News Service
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The aircraft carrier and its escort ships, which left the Middle East on Friday, have been targeting ISIS for the past six months.

USS Gary Returns To San Diego From Final Voyage

April 17
By City News Service
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The guided-missile frigate USS Gary returned Friday following a nearly seven-month deployment to Central America.

Scientists Find Microbial Riches In Isolated South American Village

April 17
By David Wagner
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Members of an isolated Amazonian tribe carry the most diverse collection of bacteria ever seen in humans, according to a new study.

Genetic Chain Reaction Sets Off Scientific Debate

April 17
By David Wagner
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UC San Diego researchers have discovered a powerful new way to spread modified genes. Some experts say it could combat deadly diseases; others say their experiment was unsafe.

Former Government Official Admits To Soliciting Bribes, Stealing Federal Property

April 17
By City News Service
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A former government official who oversaw operations and maintenance at the Otay Mesa, San Ysidro, and Tecate ports of entry admitted in federal court Thursday to a nearly decade-long conspiracy to solicit bribes and steal federal property.