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City Council OKs Environmental Impact Report For La Jolla Project

The approval is a major step forward in plans by area residents Bob and Kim Whitney to demolish a pair of single-story buildings in the 2200 block of Avenida La Playa and construct a three-story building.

San Diego Gets $2.75M To Fund Seven Projects

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The money will be used by the city and its development arm, Civic San Diego.

Marine Found Dead At Camp Pendleton

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The victim was found mortally wounded at Marksmanship Training Range 214 on the grounds of the northern San Diego County Marine Corps station.

Gelson's Markets, Smart & Final Submit Bids For Haggen's Southern California Stores

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Gelson's Markets and Smart & Final have submitted bids to purchase a total of 36 soon-to-close Haggen grocery stores, including outlets in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Diego counties.

UCSD Awarded $20.2M Grant To Create Hub For Federal DNA Study

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The federal study is on how DNA is arranged in a cell's nucleus, and how changes in the structure impact human health and disease.

San Diego Pedestrian Killed In Coaster Crash

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A passenger train struck and killed a pedestrian in the Midtown area Monday.

Report: More San Diego County Female Inmates Using Meth

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More than half the women booked into jails in San Diego County in 2014 had methamphetamine in their system, a 7 percent increase over the prior year.

Pat Murphy Will Not Return As Padres Manager Next Season

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The Padres ended up with a record of 74-88, fourth in the National League West, a dismal result compared with the optimism the Padres and its fans had in the off-season.

Occasional Showers Expected In San Diego County

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A chance of showers was in the forecast through Monday afternoon, but amounts will vary over short distances. Forecasters said there is a 70 percent chance of measurable precipitation in the mountains and valleys, a 60 percent chance near the beaches, and a 20 percent chance in the deserts.

Chula Vista Boy In Critical Condition After Contracting Flesh-Eating Bacteria

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Giancarlo Gil was sickened almost two week ago and had his right leg amputated as doctors tried to stem the spread of the virus.

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