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Roundtable Looks At Terminal 1 Re-Do, ICE Detention Case, Downtown Loos

July 31
By Pat Finn, Alison St John
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It's only 48 years old, but Lindbergh Field's Terminal One is approaching the end of its life. Being detained by ICE means entering an alternate legal universe. And should downtown public toilets stay? Or should they go?

Delays Possible As Crews Repair Kearny Mesa Freeway Overpass

July 31
By City News Service
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Authorities shut down one westbound lane of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard over state Route 163 after the bridge was clipped by the excavator as the truck hauling it headed south around 7:15 a.m. Thursday. The impact to the bridge exposed rebar, broke off pieces of concrete and sent debris into the roadway.

Nearly Two-Thirds Of Californians Believe Global Warming Is Impacting State's Ongoing Drought

July 31
By Associated Press
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The poll shows 79 percent of residents think global warming is a very serious or somewhat serious threat to California's quality of life. Democrats were more likely than independents and Republicans to call the threat very serious.

Monsoonal Moisture Caused Rain, Lightning In East San Diego County

July 31
By City News Service
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There will be a chance of more of the same weather in the East County on Friday, though it was expected to be considerably milder, if it occurs at all.

San Diego City Council To Consider Park Boulevard Project

July 30
By City News Service
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A long-awaited plan to connect Park Boulevard with Harbor Drive could get a boost next week when the San Diego City Council considers whether to direct new funding toward the project.

Legal Battle Highlights USC's Plans To Expand Into San Diego Science

July 30
By David Wagner
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UC San Diego officials say they had to sue to prevent a prominent Alzheimer's scientist from hijacking a major national research project.

San Diego County Traffic Deaths Rise In 2014

July 30
By City News Service
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Motor vehicle-related fatalities accounted for 291 cases thoroughly investigated by the medical examiner's office last year, compared to 247 in 2013.

San Diego Medical Device Manufacturer Agrees To $13.5M Settlement

July 30
By Associated Press
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NuVasive Inc. agreed this week to the settlement, which also resolves allegations that the company paid kickbacks to physicians to use its devices.

Chargers Open Training Camp With Public Practice

July 30
By City News Service, Steve Walsh
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The public practice opened Thursday as there is doubt whether or not the Chargers will stay in San Diego. The team has acquired land in Carson, in Los Angeles County, on which they could build a facility — perhaps in concert with the Oakland Raiders.

San Diego County, Universities Get $2.5M Geriatrics Grant

July 30
By City News Service
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The funding will go to SDSU's schools of nursing, social work and graduate public health, UC San Diego's Division of Geriatrics, the county Health and Human Services Agency and county Aging and Independence Services.