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Too Much Love May Be Hurting San Diego Park

Feb. 11
By Erik Anderson
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Torrey Pines State Reserve is the third most visited state park in California. Park officials are working hard to keep all those visitors from damaging the fragile resources.

Outbound ID Scanning Begins At Otay Mesa Pedestrian Crossing

Feb. 11
By Jean Guerrero
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Mexican nationals and other non-U.S. citizens must now scan their travel documents at new technology kiosks when leaving the country through the Otay Mesa pedestrian crossing.

Report: Hospital-Acquired Infection Rates Improve In San Diego

Feb. 11
Midday Edition
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The California Department of Public Health reports improvements in the rates of hospital-acquired infections in San Diego and across the state, but they remain a significant public-health problem.

Breakthrough: Scientists Detect Einstein's Gravity Ripples

Feb. 11
Midday Edition
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In an announcement that electrified the world of astronomy, scientists said Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago.

Temps In Record-Breaking Territory Again Expected In San Diego County

Feb. 11
Midday Edition
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The ridge of high pressure causing the region to heat up is expected to weaken slightly Friday and Saturday. Somewhat cooler conditions are expected, although temperatures will still be higher than average.

Powerful California Coastal Panel Ousts Top Executive

Feb. 11
Midday Edition
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The powerful agency that manages development on California's coastline fired its executive after a lengthy and, at times, emotionally charged meeting.

Program Teaches San Diego Students How To Pay For College

Feb. 10
By Matthew Bowler
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For some students the costs of college can be daunting. The program Achieve UC aims to show low-income students that college is within reach.

Three Take Out Papers Wednesday To Run For San Diego Mayor

Feb. 10
By City News Service
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Wednesday was the first day for candidates to take out nomination papers to officially file for this year's elections in San Diego, and Mayor Kevin Faulconer was among those to do so.

Military, Civilians Team Up For Security Exercise At Coronado Navy Base

Feb. 10
By Susan Murphy
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Exercise Solid Curtain involves hundreds of military and civilian personnel and comes two weeks after a shooting scare at the Naval Medical Center in Balboa Park.

San Diego Family To Receive Great-Uncle's Lost Purple Heart

Feb. 10
By City News Service
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A nonprofit that returns lost and stolen military medals to veterans or their families is set to deliver four Purple Hearts in Southern California, beginning with a San Diego delivery on Thursday.