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San Diego Home Prices Increase Slightly

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Home prices in San Diego rose 0.9 percent between April and May, according to the Standard & Poor's Case-Shiller Home Price Indices released Tuesday.

City To Release Environmental Study On Proposed San Diego Stadium In August

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Mayor Kevin Faulconer said the city will release an environmental impact review on a proposed NFL stadium on Aug. 10. His comments came after a three-hour meeting with NFL executives.

Northern White Rhino Dies In Czech Republic

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Nola, the northern white rhinoceros at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, is one of only four members of the species left in the world Tuesday following the death of an elderly female in the Czech Republic.

San Diego State Reports Best Year In Fundraising

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The multi-year Campaign for SDSU, which has a $750 million target, reached $602 million, according to SDSU.

Fire Near Palomar Mountain Holding At 170 Acres

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The forest service said the fire was about 75 percent contained, and crews have completed a contingency fireline between Palomar Divide and High Point roads.

Latest Seuss Book Celebrated At UCSD Geisel Library Event

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"What Pet Should I Get?" is based on materials found two years ago in a box at the La Jolla home of Audrey Geisel, the widow of the beloved Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel.

Amber Alert Suspect Arrested, 2 Children Safe

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Two boys taken from an Oceanside home, allegedly by one's father after a domestic violence incident with their mother, were found safe in Long Beach Tuesday.

San Diego Officials, NFL Executives To Talk Stadium

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City and county of San Diego officials are scheduled to meet Tuesday with National Football League executives about a proposed stadium in Mission Valley.

Tax Breaks Possible For San Diego County Homes Damaged By Rain

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Land owners whose property was damaged by heavy rain earlier this month can receive a property tax reassessment to reflect the new condition.

University Avenue Improvements To Move Forward

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The City Council removed a roadblock from a project meant to improve University Avenue in North Park by unanimously rejecting an appeal of an environmental impact report.

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