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The last case of measles was confirmed March 2, prompting officials to set Friday as the date when the outbreak was considered over if there are no new cases reported.
More than 1,360 city employees — mainly library and recreational staff, and hourly lifeguards — would be eligible.
The unemployment rate in San Diego County last month was 5.1 percent — well below the 7.1 percent recorded in March of last year.
The aircraft carrier and its escort ships, which left the Middle East on Friday, have been targeting ISIS for the past six months.
The guided-missile frigate USS Gary returned Friday following a nearly seven-month deployment to Central America.
A former government official who oversaw operations and maintenance at the Otay Mesa, San Ysidro, and Tecate ports of entry admitted in federal court Thursday to a nearly decade-long conspiracy to solicit bribes and steal federal property.
UCSD researchers found that smokers who used e-cigarettes — also known as vapor inhalers — were 49 percent less likely to decrease cigarette use.
A man suspected of assaulting an officer in National City ran off after possibly being shot by police and made a failed attempt to elude arrest by fleeing onto the grounds of a nearby cemetery, authorities said.
The reservists are each charged with illegally dealing firearms and Reyes is additionally charged with the unlicensed transportation of firearms into California.
The risk of wildfires in San Diego County's mountains and valleys is expected to lessen Thursday afternoon as the Santa Ana winds taper off, but the dry conditions could stick around a little longer.
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