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Carlsbad Desalination Plant 65% Complete

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The $1 billion desalination plant under construction in Carlsbad is nearly two-thirds completed, the developer announced Wednesday.

Non-Native Red Bug Identified In Ramona

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The bugs shouldn't be harmful to ornamental plants or gardens, say county experts, but officials are still learning about the insect.

SDSU's Steve Fisher To Receive Legends Of Coaching Award

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San Diego State basketball coach Steve Fisher, who turned SDSU into an NCAA power, joins a list of honorees that includes coaching luminaries such as Lute Olson of Arizona, Mike Krzyzewski of Duke and Dean Smith of North Carolina.

'Computer Cop' Software Provided By San Diego County DA Has Security Flaws

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Internet-monitoring software designed to help parents protect their children online has privacy issues that can be misused in the wrong hands, according to the District Attorney's Office.

Carlsbad Woman Who Shot Husband Acquitted Of First-Degree Murder

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Julie Elizabeth Harper could have faced 50 years to life in prison if convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of her husband.

Chargers Offer Free Mammograms Thursday At The Q

The San Diego Chargers are teaming up with Komen San Diego to offer the free mammograms to women 40 and older as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

San Diego Behind On Maintenance, New Construction Of Fire Stations

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A report on fire station maintenance and new construction needs will be delivered Wednesday to the City Council's Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods Committee.

High Temperatures Returning To San Diego County

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Forecasters say temperatures in inland San Diego County could soar into the triple digits later this week.

Study Finds California Schools Fail American Indian Students

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The new study by a center at Cal State San Marcos found that less than a quarter of American Indian and Native Alaskan students meet University of California and California State University entrance requirements.

Feds Award $6 Million To Help Homeless Vets In San Diego

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About 17 percent of San Diego's estimated 8,500 homeless people in January were veterans — 2 percent higher than the same time last year.

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