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Stories by Sarah Kovash

Easter Egg Hunts Around San Diego

Easter Egg Hunts Around San Diego

April 19
By Sarah Kovash

Easter is only a few days away, so find out where some Easter egg hunts are being offered throughout San Diego County.

SD Tourism On The Upswing

SD Tourism On The Upswing

April 5
By Sarah Kovash

Amusement parks around the country saw dwindling attendance numbers in the past few years due to the recession. Park officials report attendance is rebounding -- a trend also being seen at San Diego attractions.

USD Student Shot While Driving On 163 Freeway

April 5
By Sarah Kovash and City News Service

A University of San Diego student was shot in her rib cage, apparently while driving on state Route 163 today, police said.

SD Artists To Sell Artwork For Japan

SD Artists To Sell Artwork For Japan

March 15
By Sarah Kovash

One San Diego group is using its annual art show on March 26 and 27 in Balboa Park as a way to raise donations for the Japan relief effort.

DA Dumanis To Run For Mayor

DA Dumanis To Run For Mayor

March 10
By Sarah Kovash

This morning, San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis announced she will run for mayor in the next election.

Dump large Items For Free In National City

March 4
By Sarah Kovash

Got an old couch or pile of scrap wood you want rid of? National City residents will have the opportunity to dispose of large items for free this weekend.

SDSU Students Play Waiting Game For Tickets

SDSU Students Play Waiting Game For Tickets

Feb. 24
By Erik Anderson, Sarah Kovash

An impromptu camp has sprung up around SDSU's Viejas Arena as students camp out to get tickets for the BYU game.

Storm Affects Flights In San Diego

Feb. 1
By Sarah Kovash

The storm that's hit many parts of the U.S. with snow and ice, causing severe travel problems, is also affecting flights in San Diego.

San Diego Zoo Welcomes Baby Hippo

San Diego Zoo Welcomes Baby Hippo

Jan. 27
By Sarah Kovash

A big baby has been born at the San Diego Zoo.

San Diegans' Extraordinary Actions Honored

San Diegans' Extraordinary Actions Honored

Jan. 20
By Sarah Kovash

Six San Diegans whose extraordinary actions helped others are being honored in a “Salute to Heros” ceremony today.

SDSU College Of Extended Studies Offers New Construction Programs

SDSU College Of Extended Studies Offers New Construction Programs

Jan. 4
By Sarah Kovash

The College of Extended Studies at San Diego State University will offer online certificate courses for the construction industry starting in the spring.

MTS To Offer Expanded Services In Anticipation Of Parade And Holiday Bowl Crowds

Dec. 29
By Sarah Kovash

Between the Port of San Diego Big Bay Balloon Parade and the Holiday Bowl, Metropolitan Transit Services expects increased trolley usage Thursday.

No Free All-Night Trolley Rides Provided This New Year's Eve

No Free All-Night Trolley Rides Provided This New Year's Eve

Dec. 29
By Sarah Kovash

San Diegans who traditionally rely on the free 24-hour trolley service provided by MTS on New Year's Eve may have to cut their festivities short this year.

Suspicious Item At Trolley Center

Suspicious Item At Trolley Center

Nov. 23
By Nicole Corpuz, Sarah Kovash

Trolley service has been resumed and people are now allowed to enter the previously blocked off areas of San Diego State University's campus after a suspicious item was reported at the transit center.

SD Rescue Mission To Feed Homeless For Thanksgiving

SD Rescue Mission To Feed Homeless For Thanksgiving

Nov. 19
By Sarah Kovash

The San Diego Rescue Mission will serve Thanksgiving dinner to to more than 1,500 homeless people in San Diego.

New Addition To Pendleton Training Facility

Nov. 16
By Sarah Kovash

A training facility at Camp Pendleton, called the Infantry Immersion Trainer, was recently expanded and unveiled at a ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday.

Historic Photographs Of SD's African-American Community

Historic Photographs Of SD's African-American Community

Oct. 15
By Sarah Kovash

The San Diego History Center is trying to identify the subjects in many of Norman Baynard's photographs taken in San Diego's African-American community over four decades.