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Condor Chick At Safari Park Named

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The chick has been named Su'nan, which means "to continue to or to keep on" in the Chumash language.

Encinitas Team To Make Run At Little League World Series

The Encinitas Little League All-Stars will begin pool play Saturday in the West Regional tournament in San Bernardino.

City Of San Diego's Planning Director Resigns

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Bill Fulton resigned to take a position at Rice University in Houston, the mayor's office confirmed Friday.

Horse Seriously Injured At Del Mar; Races On Turf Course Suspended

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The Del Mar Thoroughbred Club expressed "deep sorrow" over the horse's injury. Several horses have been injured or died since the Del Mar racing season began in July.

Divers Find Body Of Man Killed In El Capitan Reservoir Boat Crash

Another man also was killed in the Thursday night crash of two boats at El Capitan Reservoir near Lakeside.

Hantavirus Found In Sixth Mouse In San Diego County

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Officials say common house mice don't carry hantavirus and that, while it is important to take sensible precautions, humans rarely contract the illness.

San Diego Unified School District Extends Superintendent's Contract

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San Diego Unified School District Superintendent Cindy Marten's four-year contract has been extended for an additional year.

SDG&E Offering 'Reduce Your Use' Energy Credits Thursday

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While enough energy supply is available to handle the demand expected Thursday, reduced consumption between 11 a.m. and 6 a.m. will ease the strain on the region's power grid.

Woman Dies When Private Plane Crashes In Costco Parking Lot

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A 78-year-old woman was killed after the small plane she was riding in crashed in a parking lot just west of Montgomery Field early Wednesday night.

County Supervisors OK Killing Wild Pigs In San Diego's Backcountry

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The program is aimed at about 1,000 wild pigs that officials say are causing environmental damage by scrounging for food in rural areas.

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