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John Carroll

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Seabin Makes Difference In Cleaning Water In San Diego Marina

June 17
By John Carroll

The Seabin works like a pool filter, sucking in water and trapping waste, but it cleans marinas, ports and harbors.

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Planning On Enjoying The Great Outdoors In This Heat Wave? Be Prepared

June 10
By John Carroll

Being out in the hot weather can be dangerous, though that didn't discourage San Diegans who hiked in 100-degree temperatures.

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Bill Would Cap Interest Rates For 'Payday Lenders'

June 7
By John Carroll

The Consumer Loan Reform Act would regulate the so-called "payday loan" industry.

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Chamber Of Commerce: Tariffs On Mexican Goods Hurt San Diego

May 31
By John Carroll

San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce says the new tariffs on Mexico proposed by President Donald Trump will be damaging to the local economy.

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Wednesday's Brush Fires In Southern San Diego County Could Be An Ominous Sign Of What's To Come This Summer

May 30
By John Carroll

Don't let those lush, green hillsides left behind by a wet winter fool you.

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Accused Poway Synagogue Shooter Pleads Not Guilty In Federal Court

May 28
By John Carroll

The 19-year old nursing student accused of opening fire in a Poway synagogue last month, killing one worshipper, was back in court on Tuesday.

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SeaWorld Banks On Rides To Boost Attendance

May 27
By John Carroll

SeaWorld opened its newest attraction this weekend — the third in the last few years. The new rides are helping to turn record low attendance to record highs.

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Dogs Vs. Boats: The Future Of Fiesta Island

May 22
By John Carroll

Users of a dog park and people who enjoy paddle boats are paying close attention to a city decision on Fiesta Island.

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City Council Unanimously Approves Plan To Turn Horton Plaza Into Tech Hub

May 20
By John Carroll and City News Service

The San Diego City Council voted unanimously late on Monday to approve a proposal that would transform Horton Plaza into a tech hub.

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City Council To Vote On Plan To Turn Horton Plaza Into Tech Offices

May 20
By John Carroll

A vote Monday by the San Diego City Council could allow Horton Plaza to be transformed into a hub for tech jobs.

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