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Carlsbad Company Clocks Major League Baseball Swings

Carlsbad Company Clocks Major League Baseball Swings

July 5
By Matt Hoffman

Baseball is embracing new technology, and Blast Motion's bat sensor is stepping up to the plate.

California Drought Update: There's Good News, And Bad

California Drought Update: There's Good News, And Bad

July 4
By David Wagner

While the level of statewide drought has been improving, La Niña predictions suggest California could be in for even more dryness later this year.

Astronauts Capture New Images Of Earth For IMAX Film

Astronauts Capture New Images Of Earth For IMAX Film

June 30
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Michael Lipkin, City News Service

The new documentary "A Beautiful Planet" offers a peek into daily life aboard the International Space Station and majestic views of the Earth below.

Scientists Announce Discovery That Could Improve Heart Attack Treat...

Scientists Announce Discovery That Could Improve Heart Attack Treatment

July 1
By City News Service

A study by researchers at the La Jolla-based Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, UC San Diego and Stanford University revealed a key control point in the formation of new blood vessels in the heart.

San Diego-Based Arena Pharmaceuticals To Cut 3/4 Of Workforce

San Diego-Based Arena Pharmaceuticals To Cut 3/4 Of Workforce

June 30
By David Wagner

The company's only drug in the market, the weight-loss medication Belviq, has struggled to reach patients.

High Surf, Strong Rip Currents Expected Along San Diego Coastline

High Surf, Strong Rip Currents Expected Along San Diego Coastline

June 30
By City News Service

A National Weather Service beach hazards statement warning of 3- to 6-foot surf, sets up to 7 feet and strong rip currents will remain in effect until Friday evening.

San Diego Researchers Rally Around National 'Cancer Moonshot'

San Diego Researchers Rally Around National 'Cancer Moonshot'

June 29
By David Wagner

Local cancer researchers, patients and biotech leaders gathered in La Jolla to hear Vice President Joe Biden outline plans for a national effort to end "cancer as we know it."

UC San Diego Reports Topping List Of Highest Percentage Of Women ST...

UC San Diego Reports Topping List Of Highest Percentage Of Women STEM Grads

June 29
By City News Service

A study found that 32.7 percent of UCSD's 2013 graduates completed degrees in science, technology, engineering or mathematics — three times the national average.

New App Lets National City Residents Report Potholes, Other Issues

New App Lets National City Residents Report Potholes, Other Issues

June 29
By City News Service

National City Connect also allows residents to comment on and vote to fix problems submitted by neighbors, receive notifications about issues in their neighborhood and follow the progress of service requests.

Is San Diego The Next Silicon Valley? No, Say Many Local Startup Wo...

Is San Diego The Next Silicon Valley? No, Say Many Local Startup Workers

June 24
By David Wagner

If you follow news about local startups, you’ve probably heard this a lot lately: San Diego is the next Silicon Valley. Really?