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Plane Taking Off From Coronado Navy Base Crashes In Bay

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The pilot of the T-45 Goshawk ejected before the plane hit the water shortly after 2:30 p.m. Friday, the Navy reported. A civilian boat rescued the pilot.

Salmonella-Tainted Tuna Sickens Nine People In San Diego

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San Diegans who develop abdominal discomfort like nausea, diarrhea or cramping after eating raw ground tuna should seek medical attention, according to health officials.

San Diego County's Unemployment Rate Lowest In 8 Years

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San Diego County's unemployment rate last month was 4.8 percent. It hasn't been this low since it held steady at 4.8 percent between August and December 2007.

SeaWorld Cares For Sea Lion Coated In Crude Oil From Santa Barbara Spill

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The 1- to 4- year-old female sea lion was doused as up to 105,000 gallons of oil spilled near Refugio Beach.

Showers Forecast For San Diego County

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The strong gusty winds blustering through the deserts of San Diego County are expected to continue Friday as rain fell elsewhere in the region.

San Diego's Lawsuit Over Leaky Fuel Tanks Revived

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The city of San Diego's $300 million lawsuit against the owner of a leaky fuel tank farm in Mission Valley was revived by an appellate court, according to the City Attorney's Office.

Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Raw Tuna; 7 Cases In San Diego

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Thirty-one California residents, including seven in San Diego County, have been diagnosed with a strain of salmonella likely linked to the consumption of raw tuna commonly used in sushi, state health officials said.

$85M Sale Of U-T San Diego to LA Times Owner Completed

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Tribune Publishing announced after the sale was final that the 146-year-old newspaper's former name — The San Diego Union-Tribune — would be restored.

One Paseo Project In Carmel Valley Will Be Scaled Back

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Kilroy Realty, which had won approval for its 23.6-acre mixed-use project in Carmel Valley, will be redesigning the project to reduce traffic and lower the height of buildings, among other changes. The project faced much opposition, and the change of plans was announced just before a San Diego City Council vote.

San Diego County Water Authority Proposes Water Rate Hikes

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The water authority — which obtains water from a variety of sources and distributes it to member agencies such as the city of San Diego — proposed an increase of 6.6 percent for untreated water and 5.4 percent for treated water in the 2016 calendar year.

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