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Emerson, a 440-pound Galapagos tortoise who has been at the San Diego Zoo since the 1980s, was flown to Detroit and then driven to Ohio on Wednesday.
Scammers are contacting customers by phone and threatening to turn off electric or gas service unless immediate payment is made.
The conditions are the result of a Tropical Storm Marie-related swell that is expected to gradually fade Friday and Saturday.
The tall ships parade is set to begin around 11 a.m., and the best viewing will be along the North Embarcadero, Harbor Island and Shelter Island, the Cabrillo National Monument and Coronado.
The $14.5 million Jeff Jacobs JAM Center will contain two full-length courts, eight baskets, locker rooms, film rooms, team lounges, an athletic training room and coaches' locker rooms.
Hoover High School's Sustainable Academy of Building and Engineering in San Diego and North County Trade Tech High School's GreenBuild and Engineering Academy in Vista were chosen among nine schools statewide to be a part of the MC3, or Multi-Craft Core Curriculum.
Among the scheduled panelists is Kevin Whaley, CEO of Mapp Biopharmaceutical, a Sorrento Valley firm that produced an experimental treatment administered to two American health workers who were sickened by the virus and subsequently recovered.
The San Diego City Council voted unanimously Tuesday not to appeal a ruling by a state appeals court that rejected San Diego's plan to finance the project.
The San Diego Fire-Rescue Department should consider hiring additional personnel instead of relying on overtime to fill staffing vacancies, according to a city auditor's report.
Bishop Cirilo Flores — still recovering from the effects of a stroke he suffered in his office on April 16 — is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer.
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