Nearly 1,500 children stood to form the words at Borderfield State Park and Playas de Tijuana near the U.S-Mexico border after picking up trash on the beaches.
San Diego attorney Cory Briggs published an open letter on his website Tuesday responding to inewsource stories investigating his business practices, including potential conflicts of interest.
The rival teams' plan to build and share a stadium in Carson came weeks after Mayor Kevin Faulconer created a task force to find Chargers a home in San Diego.
The U.S. Senate seat is held by Democrat Barbara Boxer, who is not seeking re-election. Attorney General Kamala Harris, a Democrat, has already entered the race.
The Citizens' Stadium Advisory Group appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer to study a way to build a news stadium for the San Diego Chargers held its first meeting Friday. Its meetings are done in private, which some have criticized.
An FBI official said the bomb threat was made in a telephone call Tuesday to La Jolla Country Day School, a private college-preparatory school. As a precaution, the campus will be closed Wednesday.
The City Council's Infrastructure Committee was presented with a five-year plan that identifies $3.87 billion in needs.
A consumer advocacy group filed a legal protest Thursday to the California Public Utilities Commission regarding the request by two Southern California utilities to spend approximately $4.4 billion on decommissioning the San Onofre Nuclear power plant.
More than 200 people attended the vigil at Balboa Park's House of France Thursday night.
As the year comes to a close, we look back at some of our favorite KPBS stories in 2014: the 10-year anniversary of the second Battle for Fallujah, a study that hoped to measure whether surfing is an effective cardiovascular exercise, the San Diego Opera's tumultuous year and an exhibit that explored surf board design.
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