City News Service
A teenage girl who started a fire a year ago that sparked the larger Cocos wildfire was sentenced to 400 hours of community service with an organization like the Burn Institute or Salvation Army.
Oona Mary Nikko Flood from from Earl Warren Middle School won't advance to the next round of the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Maryland.
The animals were soaked as up to 105,000 gallons of oil spilled near Refugio Beach.
SDSU psychology professor Jean Twenge and her team found that 75 percent of high school seniors say religion is not important to them.
The county of San Diego will resume Saturday wedding ceremonies after the service was eliminated six years ago as a recession-era budget reduction.
The money raised from the February tournament will go to local charities and community organizations.
The grant from the state Department of Education was awarded to the San Diego County College and Career Readiness Consortium, via the San Diego County Office of Education.
Mayor Kevin Faulconer and Chargers Chairman Dean Spanos will begin negotiations next week in hopes of coming up with a plan to build a new football stadium in San Diego
The city needs to install more public restrooms in downtown San Diego, establish a budget to maintain the facilities and put in signage directing people to the nearest locations, according to a county grand jury report.
The San Diego Union-Tribune says it is laying off 178 of its 603 employees. The announcement came less than a week after the newspaper's $85 million sale to Los Angeles Times owner Tribune Publishing Co. was completed.
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