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Chula Vista Boy In Critical Condition After Contracting Flesh-Eating Bacteria

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Giancarlo Gil was sickened almost two week ago and had his right leg amputated as doctors tried to stem the spread of the virus.

La Jolla Planning Group OKs Proposed Performance Hall

The $65 million Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center, also known as The Conrad, would be the future home of the La Jolla Music Society if it clears all the regulatory hurdles and gets built.

California Governor Signs Recidivism Bill

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Assembly Bill 1056 uses savings generated by last year's voter-approved Proposition 47 to provide housing support and re-entry services for former inmates.

Council To Consider La Jolla Shores Development Again

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A years-long battle over a twice-rejected development proposal in the La Jolla Shores neighborhood is scheduled to return to the City Council for a third time Monday.

San Diego County Officials Want Input On Mental Health Programs

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The county Health and Human Services Agency has set up a dozen public forums around the area, beginning Monday in Escondido.

South Bay's Economic Recovery From Recession Triple That Of County

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The growth of gross domestic product from 2010 to 2013 in the southern part of the region was 37.6 percent, compared to 12.9 percent for the entire county.

Blue Angels To Fly Over Miramar During Weekend Show

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The Blue Angels will take part in the annual festival of flight, which runs through Sunday at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar.

Minimum Wage At UC Campuses Increases To $13 An Hour

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The minimum wage for thousands of workers at UC San Diego and University of California campuses across the state increased to $13 an hour Thursday, the first in a series of bumps that will push the wage to $15 by October 2017.

USS Ronald Reagan Arrives At Its New Home In Japan

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The aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan, based in San Diego for 11 years until it departed at the end of last month, Thursday arrived at its new home of Yokosuka, Japan

Metropolitan Transit Sees All-Time High In Ridership

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More than 96.7 million passenger trips were made on Metropolitan Transit System buses and trolleys during the fiscal year ended June 30.

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