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Temperatures will skyrocket again at the beaches and in the valleys, but more temperate conditions and even a chance of rain are expected elsewhere in the county.
About $80 million in federal funds will be spent on programs aiming to address climate change, transportation, public safety and improved public services.
From San Diego State University to a Hillcrest bar, several spots in the city have organized gatherings for the highly anticipated matchup between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Though autumn has been underway for four days, the San Diego area sweltered under a summery heat wave again Monday, courtesy of a high-pressure system lingering over the Mountain States on the eve of a predicted cool-down later in the week.
The superintendent can make the declaration because many of the island's classrooms are not air-conditioned and occasionally suffer from extreme and unhealthy temperatures.
The first was a 3.2-magnitude temblor that hit at 6:14 a.m. near Niland. The second measured 3.0 and struck at 7:33 a.m., and the third had a magnitude of 3.1 and came at 8:48 a.m.
The $33 million Barbey Family Emergency and Trauma Center will go into operation on Monday at the Scripps Memorial Hospital campus.
City officials unveiled an interactive map that San Diegans can search to find the condition of their neighborhood streets and learn about recent and upcoming repair projects.
County election officials confirmed Tuesday that a two-card ballot will be used in November, and urged San Diegans to prepare in advance in order to save time at the polls.
Only one San Diego County city made the list of the top 20 best California municipalities in which to raise a family, as rated by WalletHub.com.
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