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Report: San Diego Mayor Met Privately With SoccerCity Investors

May 29
By Alison St John, Marissa Cabrera

According to documents released by the mayor’s office, Kevin Faulconer met with SoccerCity developers more than two dozen times over the past year.

San Diego Oceanographers Track Down Two Missing WWII Bombers

San Diego Oceanographers Track Down Two Missing WWII Bombers

May 29
By David Wagner

The discovery was made by Project Recover, an effort to track down aircraft associated with American service members who went missing in action.

Live Bugles At San Diego Military Funerals Get A Boost

Live Bugles At San Diego Military Funerals Get A Boost

May 29
By Alison St John, Michael Lipkin

There is a shortage of musicians in the armed forces to play taps at military funerals. So funeral honor guards have increasingly used pre-recorded versions, often played through a speaker that fits inside a regular bugle.

A Special Memorial Day Ceremony Honors Troops Who Died By Suicide

A Special Memorial Day Ceremony Honors Troops Who Died By Suicide

May 29
Bobbie O'Brien / American Homefront Project

Memorial Day can be especially difficult for relatives of service members who died by suicide. They often feel stigmatized, even around other military families.

First Person: Art Is Helping San Diego Veterans Returning From War

First Person: Art Is Helping San Diego Veterans Returning From War

Oct. 24
By Brooke Ruth

Marine Corps veteran Daniel Lopez worked with a fellow veteran to create an art piece for the Timken Museum.

San Diego Author Recounts Japanese-American WWII Unit Given 'Imposs...

San Diego Author Recounts Japanese-American WWII Unit Given 'Impossible' Missions

Oct. 11
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

Despite those doubting their patriotism, the soldiers became some of the most decorated in the war, helping rescue a lost unit behind Nazi lines in eastern France.

Roundtable: City Heights' La Maestra And SoccerCity

Roundtable: City Heights' La Maestra And SoccerCity

May 26
By Mark Sauer, Pat Finn

The SoccerCity initiative easily qualified for the ballot. But the San Diego city attorney does not like it that much, and SDSU has left the building. Meanwhile, critical funding to help human trafficking victims almost disappears.

Sempra Energy Executive: 100 Percent Renewable Energy Can Be Done T...

Sempra Energy Executive: 100 Percent Renewable Energy Can Be Done Today

May 26
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

Speaking Thursday at UC San Diego's Institute of the America's annual energy conference, Sempra Vice President Patrick Lee said the technology exists today for a total reliance on renewable energy.

2017 Summer Movie Preview

2017 Summer Movie Preview

May 26
By Beth Accomando, Maureen Cavanaugh

Memorial weekend marks the unofficial launch of the summer movie season and here is a preview of what is to come.

California Seeks To Shape International Climate Policies

California Seeks To Shape International Climate Policies

May 25
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin

As President Trump's administration moves to reverse U.S. pollution policies on coal and emissions, California is moving forward with international agreements on carbon-reducing cap and trade policies.

10 Years Of Sharing Son Jarocho Music On The US-Mexico Border

10 Years Of Sharing Son Jarocho Music On The US-Mexico Border

May 25
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

Fandango Fronterizo, a binational musical gathering of traditional son jarocho-style music, celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend.

Write Out Loud Presents 'Fractured Fairy Tales'

Write Out Loud Presents 'Fractured Fairy Tales'

May 25
By Beth Accomando, Kris Arciaga

Write Out Loud regularly performs at Cygnet Theatre but on Tuesday it will present “Fractured Fairy Tales,” a piece designed to compliment Cygnet’s current production “Shockheaded Peter,” which is a collection of stories about naughty children and misguided parents.

Charges Filed Against Hash Oil Operation In San Diego

Charges Filed Against Hash Oil Operation In San Diego

May 25
By City News Service

The defendants are accused of conspiracy to use flammable, volatile and/or toxic chemicals to extract THC from marijuana, to purify concentrated cannabis, to illegally sell hash oil out of state for a profit and to proactively hide such activity from city inspectors.

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