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City Heights Nearly Tops List Of Hottest Zip Codes For County Home ...

City Heights Nearly Tops List Of Hottest Zip Codes For County Home Sales

Nov. 9
By Tarryn Mento

One of San Diego’s lowest-income communities is seeing a housing boom, which is pleasing homeowners but stoking fears of gentrification.

San Diego Conference Addresses Epidemic Of Opioid-Related Deaths

San Diego Conference Addresses Epidemic Of Opioid-Related Deaths

Nov. 8
By Kenny Goldberg

The epidemic of opioid-related deaths is the topic of a two-day conference in San Diego this week.

Issa Won't Support Tax Reform Bill In Its Current Form

Issa Won't Support Tax Reform Bill In Its Current Form

Nov. 8
By Brooke Ruth, Maureen Cavanaugh

House Republicans are planning to vote on the tax reform bill by Thanksgiving. The Senate is expected to release its version of the tax reform bill later this week.

Documentary Follows Navajo Code Talkers As They Return To WWII Batt...

Documentary Follows Navajo Code Talkers As They Return To WWII Battlefields

Nov. 8
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The film, "Navajo Code Talkers: A Journey of Remembrance," will be screened Wednesday at the San Diego History Center in Balboa Park.

'Rad Scientist' Episode 2: Liang Song Puts Herself Into The 'Shoes'...

'Rad Scientist' Episode 2: Liang Song Puts Herself Into The 'Shoes' Of Plants

Nov. 8
By Megan Burke

The second episode introduces us to Liang Song, a research associate at the Salk Institute. Song loves plants. She eats them, photographs them, she talks to them and she studies them to find out how they respond to stressful conditions like drought.

Meb Runs Final NYC Marathon To Cheers, Collapsing At Finish

Meb Runs Final NYC Marathon To Cheers, Collapsing At Finish

Nov. 8
By Associated Press

Meb Keflezighi left it all on the course in his final New York City Marathon, blowing kisses and giving the thumbs-up to the adoring crowds in Central Park before collapsing at the finish line.

Marines' Beach Landing Exercise Keeps Amphibious Assaults Relevant

Marines' Beach Landing Exercise Keeps Amphibious Assaults Relevant

Nov. 7
By Steve Walsh

The military exercise Dawn Blitz is part of a larger attempt by the Marine Corps to preserve the military amphibious warfare techniques used in World War II at Normandy and in the Pacific.

California Proposes Armored Cars To Transport Pot Tax Money

California Proposes Armored Cars To Transport Pot Tax Money

Nov. 7
By Associated Press

California should use armored cars to transport hundreds of millions of dollars in cash tax payments expected next year with the state's legal marijuana market, the state treasurer said Tuesday.

San Diego Architects Lead Effort To Address Future Housing Shortage

San Diego Architects Lead Effort To Address Future Housing Shortage

Nov. 7
By Brooke Ruth, Michael Lipkin

The San Diego chapter of the American Institute of Architects has led a yearlong program to come up with ideas on how the county can meet its future housing needs.

Bleaching Creams, Choking Bodices And Tapeworms. A New Exhibit Asks...

Bleaching Creams, Choking Bodices And Tapeworms. A New Exhibit Asks: Beauty Or Torture?

Nov. 7
By Michael Lipkin

The exhibit runs through January and includes one of the first patented perm machines and antique curling irons heated by kerosene.