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Nehring, the state GOP leader in 2007-11, will face business owner John Estrada in the primary.
A post-holidays drop of 8,700 retail positions fueled the jobless spike in San Diego County, the state Employment Development Department said Friday.
A 67-year-old man died at his rural Valley Center home Thursday after being attacked by bees, authorities reported.
Two people died of influenza-related causes in San Diego County last week, bringing the number of seasonal flu fatalities to 48. More than 3,700 people in the U.S. were officially diagnosed with the flu this year.
The 5,000-square-foot administration building, which still has to be approved by the full City Council, is the final phase of an improvement project that has included parking, a picnic area and restrooms.
A judge has declared a penalty phase mistrial for two Los Palillos gang members convicted of several murders between 2004 and 2007 in San Diego.
The average price of gasoline in San Diego County has risen 30.6 cents over the past 28 days, including six-tenths of a cent on Sunday.
The program is only available at the downtown Family Court and to couples who represent themselves in court with no contested issues surrounding the marital split.
A detective fired into an Encanto-area home Wednesday, wounding two drug suspects, when she believed she saw one of them reach for a gun, authorities reported.
The frigate USS Rentz is expected to return to San Diego on Friday after a seven-month deployment, the Navy announced.
Three people died of influenza-related causes last week in San Diego County, bringing the "flu season" death toll to 46.