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3 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Jorge Luis Lopez pleaded guilty in April to several charges, including voluntary manslaughter, drunken driving with serious injury or death, participating in a speed contest causing serious injury or death, and four counts of assault with a deadly weapon, three of which were against a peace officer.
9 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
"The premise behind that is that the arts engage students faster, students learn faster and they retain information longer," said Philip Parks, director of the new Otay Ranch Academy for the Arts.
11 hrs ago | Time
The charge that feminism stereotypes men as predators while reducing women to helpless victims certainly doesn't apply to all feminists-but it's a reasonably fair description of a large, influential, highly visible segment of modern feminism.
16 hrs ago | Easy Reader News
Backed by the service organization both locally and internationally, a retired Manhattan Beach architect wants to install solar panels on the rooftops of Baja orphanages The first time Randall Meadors stayed overnight at Casa Hogar, he saw that the crumbling orphanage, and the children who lived there were in trouble.
17 hrs ago | Free Republic
The University of California Board of Regents held its first meeting of the 2014-15 fiscal year last Wednesday at the UC San Francisco Mission Bay Community Center, addressing the appointments of the student regent and new UCSF chancellor, as well as the budget of the UC Medical Centers, following brief periods of public comment.
Vista Superior Court Judge Carlos Armour followed the agreed upon sentence when giving Jose Zamora and Roberto Medina, both 19, terms of 16 years each.
Gene Simmons has made a career out of embracing wealth as passionately as any rock star on the planet, so it shouldn't come as any surprise that economic inequality isn't one of his biggest concerns.
Maggie Graham, Stephanie Logsdon, Patti Kubran, Keegan Niland and Ligia Lopes at the Redwood Valley Farmers' Market.
The fired Tri-City Healthcare District CEO who received six-figure bonuses and was paid more than $3 million for leading the agency over the past five years has been granted state unemployment benefits.
The state adoption of the Regional MS4 Permit requires cities to improve the quality of their watershed, and in turn the quality of local creeks and coastal waters.
Net income was $1,530,000 or $1.02 per basic and diluted share and $1,927,000 or $1.28 per basic and diluted share, respectively, for the same periods of 2013.
Colleen Powers picked up a copy of a community publication called The Paper at a North County restaurant, and thought there was something familiar in it.
Bob Kingsbury of Jackson can still remember his son Todd hopping on his bike at a young age and riding it straight into the family's garage door.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 06:25 pm
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