City News Service
The San Diego Chargers are teaming up with Komen San Diego to offer the free mammograms to women 40 and older as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
A report on fire station maintenance and new construction needs will be delivered Wednesday to the City Council's Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee.
Forecasters say temperatures in inland San Diego County could soar into the triple digits later this week.
The new study by a center at Cal State San Marcos found that less than a quarter of American Indian and Native Alaskan students meet University of California and California State University entrance requirements.
About 17 percent of San Diego's estimated 8,500 homeless people in January were veterans — 2 percent higher than the same time last year.
The new Metropolitan Transit System buses will be powered by compressed natural gas and include onboard video surveillance inside and outside the vehicle, new wheelchair restraint systems, disk brakes and enhanced cooling systems.
Usage of the San Diego Central Library has roughly doubled since the facility near Petco Park opened to the public one year ago Tuesday.
Two City Council members proposed Monday that San Diego's voluntary water use restrictions — like cutting back on watering the lawn — be made mandatory.
A 2.5-megawatt storage system with enough capacity to power about 2,500 homes will be installed at UC San Diego next year.
Poll workers who can speak Spanish, Filipino, Vietnamese and Chinese are especially needed to staff neighborhood voting locations for the Nov. 4 general election.
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