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At least a half-dozen similar threats, most or all apparently made via the Skype Internet application, have been directed at the school near the U.S.- Mexico border since Jan. 14.
Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor who owns a house in La Jolla, announced Friday he will not run for president next year.
A nine-member task force tasked with finding a location to build a new stadium for the Chargers, and coming up with a plan to pay for its construction, was publicly introduced Friday.
An appeal of a conditional use permit granted to a San Diego State University business professor to operate a medical marijuana dispensary in Otay Mesa was unanimously denied by the city's Planning Commission Thursday.
Cheerleaders for professional sports teams would be treated as employees under California law under a bill introduced Thursday by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez.
The Anaheim Ducks have relocated their AHL team from Norfolk to San Diego. Ducks general manager said the team will be the organization's "top development club."
The 45-minute show served as a thank you to the San Diego community for its support last season when the cash-strapped opera nearly closed for good.
Kevin Bollaert is accused of posting thousands of nude and sexually explicit photos of women on his website without their permission, then setting up a second website where they paid up to $350 to get the photos taken down.
Intermittent rain showers will be possible in San Diego County late Thursday night through early Saturday as an area of low pressure pulls subtropical moisture northward.
The Black Student Justice Coalition asked a council committee for reviews of police "abuses" and data collection. They also asked council members to strengthen the San Diego Citizens' Review Board on Police Practices.
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