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SDSU's Veteran's Center Gets New Home

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The new location, which is adjacent to the Aztec Student Union, was celebrated with a ceremony and open house on Friday.

Peters, Davis Host Grants Workshop For San Diego Arts, Culture Organizations

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More than 200 people attended the workshop at the Old Globe Theatre in Balboa Park.

Brush Fire Near Palomar Mountain 20 Percent Contained

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The wildfire of unknown origin broke out off Palomar Divide Road in Cleveland National Forest shortly after 4 p.m. Friday. More than 500 firefighters were battling the blaze on Sunday.

Fire Near Lake Morena County Park 100% Contained

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The brush fire, which crews fought from the air and ground, took about a day to fully contain, according to Cal Fire.

Navy SEAL, Sailors Injured In Nevada Plane Crash

A Navy SEAL and two sailors were among those in the plane crash near Henderson Executive Airport in Nevada on Sunday, according to the Las Vegas Review Journal.

Second Day Of Rain Brings Flooding To San Diego County

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The San Diego Padres went into an unusual rain delay and streets and highways flooded Sunday, as heavy rains from the remnants of Hurricane Dolores again hit San Diego County.

Thunderstorms, Lightning Hit San Diego

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Thunderstorms rumbled across San Diego County Saturday as the remnants of Hurricane Dolores weakened and moved offshore from Baja California.

Cal Fire Stops Blaze Near Palomar Mountain At 25 Acres

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Ground and air crews attacked the brush fire that broke out about 11:30 a.m. Thursday on state Route 76, south of Palomar Mountain. By 1:15 p.m., Cal Fire reported the blaze had been stopped at 25 acres.

Council Approves $2.1 Million For Chargers Stadium Environmental Review

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The City Council Tuesday voted to establish a proposed football stadium in Mission Valley as a project in the city of San Diego's capital improvement program, an action that would open up a funding stream to pay for an environmental review and consultants.

Comic-Con 2015: Through The Eyes Of KPBS' Cinema Junkie

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KPBS arts and culture reporter Beth Accomando is covering Comic-Con Thursday through Sunday. Follow along here.

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