City News Service
Any hopes that the Raiders would turn their eyes to San Diego in wake of the Chargers' departure all but evaporated Monday when National Football League owners conditionally approved the Oakland franchise's move to Las Vegas.
A low-pressure system moves through San Diego.
The rate is down from 4.5 percent in January. It's also below the 4.8 percent recorded in the same period last year, according to a new report.
City officials will begin testing for lead in water systems at San Diego Unified School District campuses next month, according to district officials.
Since 2015, 86 people in the San Diego region have been diagnosed with the Zika virus.
A City Council committee failed to reach a consensus Friday on the thorny issue of regulating short-term vacation rental properties in San Diego and moved along three proposed options without recommending a preferred alternative.
A 19-year-old man was arrested in Israel Thursday for allegedly making bogus bomb threats against numerous Jewish community centers and other organizations, possibly including the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center in University City.
Voters could be asked to decide this November whether to fund a waterfront expansion of the San Diego Convention Center, officials with Mayor Kevin Faulconer's office said Wednesday.
Educational leaders from throughout San Diego County Wednesday declared local school campuses as sanctuaries against any efforts by federal officials to deport students who are in the country illegally.
A report of a possible gun-related threat against Fallbrook and Ivy Continuation high schools Monday morning prompted an hours-long lockdown of the two neighboring campuses.
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