City News Service
Jesus Cecena who was 17 when he killed a San Diego police officer during a 1978 traffic stop was granted parole, prompting District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis to call on the governor to reverse the state Board of Parole's decision.
A judge Friday affirmed his prior ruling that the San Diego County Water Authority is owed $188.3 million, plus interest, by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California because of illegal rates charged in 2011-14.
The count for the fall semester includes 2,229 freshmen and 1,589 transfer students who will attend classes at the main campus in northern San Diego County and a satellite facility in Temecula.
Temperatures are expected to be 5 to 10 degrees above average. A National Weather Service heat advisory is set to take effect in San Diego County at noon and extend until 6 p.m.
The team representing the Sweetwater Valley Little League was eliminated from the Little League World Series Thursday, losing to the all-stars from Texas' Pearland West Little League, 9-7.
San Diego Gas & Electric hopes its incentive program for reduced power use will get customers to give their appliances the afternoon off Friday, expected to be the hottest day of the week.
The Daily Journal purchased the Daily Transcript's name and masthead and certain other assets, and will begin publishing under the SDDT banner Sept. 2.
Southwestern College announced a partnership with Point Loma Nazarene University that will allow students to pursue bachelor's degrees in four fields of study without having to leave the South Bay area.
The San Diego Gulls will play host to Grand Rapids, with face-off scheduled for 7:05 p.m., starting a 68-game American Hockey League season that will feature 34 home matches.
Gary Snavely, a 52-year-old convicted child molester who was living in Jacumba Hot Springs, was ordered back to Coalinga State Hospital for further treatment.
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