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Installation of "smart sensors" is scheduled to begin in July and be completed in the fall of 2018.
The board of directors of the San Diego Association of Governments on Friday will consider authorizing a series of steps in reaction to the discovery that an economic modeling system provided faulty revenue projections for a tax increase ballot proposition and for a local transportation fund.
Fitch Ratings has given the county of San Diego's investment pool a AAA rating — its highest mark — for the 17th straight year.
Congressman Darrell Issa released an initial draft on Tuesday of proposed legislation that would repeal and replace the Affordable Healthcare Act.
The threat to the Lawrence Jewish Community Center comes one day after bomb threats were made to 11 Jewish centers across the country. President Trump denounced the threats, calling them “horrible...painful.”
Federal, state, county and most local city government offices will be closed Monday in honor of Presidents Day.
A strong Pacific storm is expected to bring heavy precipitation that may cause flooding, the possibility of thunderstorms, potentially damaging winds and big waves to San Diego County beginning Friday.
The Major League Baseball All-Star Game and other major events lured record numbers of tourists to the San Diego region last year, the Tourism Authority announced Thursday.
After a few weeks of declining influenza infections in the San Diego region, the number shot up to 555 last week, the highest total yet during "flu season," county health officials reported Thursday.
Schools would be required to test their water systems annually for lead content under legislation introduced Wednesday by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher, D-San Diego.
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