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Man Recovering After First Ever Heart-Liver Transplant Surgery In S...

Man Recovering After First Ever Heart-Liver Transplant Surgery In San Diego

Nov. 30
By City News Service

For the first time in San Diego, doctors successfully performed a combined heart-liver transplant surgery.

USD Economic Indicator Index Remains Unchanged For October

USD Economic Indicator Index Remains Unchanged For October

Nov. 30
By City News Service

For the second month in a row, the University of San Diego Burhnam-Moores Center for Real Estate's Index of Leading Economic Indicators remained unchanged.

Members-Elect Urge San Diego City Council To Oppose Trump Immigrati...

Members-Elect Urge San Diego City Council To Oppose Trump Immigration Policies

Nov. 30
By City News Service

San Diego City Council members-elect Chris Ward and Georgette Gomez are urging the council to adopt legislative platforms that would oppose some of President-elect Donald Trump's proposed federal policies.

North County Cities Exploring Program To Sidestep SDG&E To Buy Energy

North County Cities Exploring Program To Sidestep SDG&E To Buy Energy

Nov. 30
By Claire Trageser

Solana Beach's vote this month to begin negotiations to set up community choice aggregation is one of several small steps North County cities are making toward the alternative energy program.

Mexican Consulate Of San Diego Announces Program To Support Immigrants

Mexican Consulate Of San Diego Announces Program To Support Immigrants

Nov. 30
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Mexican Consul General in San Diego discusses the new "We Are With You Campaign." It includes 11 initiatives to educate immigrants about their rights and answer immigration questions.

Proposition 58 Passed, Now What?

Proposition 58 Passed, Now What?

Nov. 30
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

California voters overwhelmingly supported Proposition 58 on the November ballot, which ended the 18-year mandate of English-only instruction in public schools.

Orders Could Have Little Effect On Pipeline Protest Camp

Orders Could Have Little Effect On Pipeline Protest Camp

Nov. 30
By Associated Press

Government orders for protesters of the Dakota Access pipeline to leave federal land could have little immediate effect on the encampment where scores of people have been gathered for months to oppose the $3.8 billion project.

California Guard Troops Won't Have To Repay Bonuses

California Guard Troops Won't Have To Repay Bonuses

Nov. 30
By Associated Press

House and Senate negotiators have agreed to forgive the debts of thousands of California National Guard troops who had been ordered by the Pentagon to repay enlistment bonuses. Those bonuses had been incentives for service in Iraq and Afghanistan a decade ago.

Tony Gwynn To Be Inducted Into California Hall Of Fame

Tony Gwynn To Be Inducted Into California Hall Of Fame

Nov. 30
By City News Service

Padres icon Tony Gwynn is scheduled to be inducted on Wednesday as a member of the 10th class of the state's Hall of Fame.

Potentially Strong Santa Ana Winds Moving Into San Diego County

Potentially Strong Santa Ana Winds Moving Into San Diego County

Nov. 30
By KPBS News, City News Service

Calm, cool weather is expected in San Diego County today, but "potentially strong" Santa Ana winds are right around the corner.