San Diego Newswire (Page 7)

San Diego Newswire (Page 7)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for San Diego, CA. (Page 7)

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  1. County has found 153 deceased John and Jane Does since the year 2000Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    If you're missing a loved one in San Diego County, March 19 is not a date you'll look forward to marking on your calendar, but it may bring closure to your predicament. The San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office will be hosting an "Identify the Missing" day.

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  2. A new newspaper for I.B.Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    A new community newspaper, the IB Connection, will be published in Imperial Beach, filling a void left when the IB Local News stopped publishing late last year. The IB Connection, which plans for its first issue to come out this month, overlaps with the defunct IB Local News in certain ways but is an entirely new entity, according to publisher Brad Weber.

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  3. White seabass showing up earlyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 13, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Inshore: Passing fronts, wind and a lumpy swell kept the number of anglers fishing the A1 2- and A3 4-day trips fairly low this past week. Those that did get out to our inshore waters enjoyed a good rockfish and sculpin bite with a few bass and barracuda tossed in the gunnysacks to boot.

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  4. Low white-collar prosecution rates mean less work for investigators here, audit findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 11, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    That's one of the findings suggested by a newly released audit of the presidential protection and financial crime investigative agency by the Government Accountability Office, bearing the prosaic title "Data Analysis Could Better Inform the Domestic Field Office Structure." "The Secret Service's domestic offices predominately carry out the agency's investigative mission of various financial and electronic crimes and play an integral role in providing protection," notes the audit.

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  5. USD's secretRead the original story

    Mar 11, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    "People lined up around the block!" states one exuberant diner, his orotund voice booming with joyous, blustery, academic indifference. "They've never had voter turnout like that before," he adds, closing his assessment of Bernie Sanders' victory at the 2016 Democratic Caucus in Maine, then moving on to his theories behind the perverse ascendency of the Republican front-runner.

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  6. Vista's rock scene goes with craft beerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Hangovers aside, the proliferation of craft beer in San Diego has made little impact on its local rock scene. But for some areas of the county, breweries hosting live shows have established music venues in communities where traditional venues are lacking.

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  7. Little Italy ( n ) - area of luxury high-rise apartmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    The school's forced move to 1660 Union Street is considered "ideal" due to its proximity to Vantaggio Suites, where a number of foreign students reside Approved last May by Civic San Diego, the "520 W Ash" apartment project is moving ahead. While this will bring more housing to the area, it means a longtime business university must relocate.

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  8. Vacant parcels between 0.1 and 3 acres in size to get big tax breaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    San Diego's city council voted last week to implement the measures of Assembly Bill 551, a law passed in 2014 that provides tax incentives to owners of vacant parcels between 0.1 and 3 acres in size who agree to enter long-term leases to use the land for agricultural purposes. San Diego County is expected to pass a resolution in the coming months that will lay the framework for installation of the "urban agricultural zones" not just in the city, but in unincorporated areas of the county and in any other local city that chooses to participate.

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  9. JudgerellaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    "Oh!" David said, in a way that meant I was supposed to ask, "What?" So I did. Still staring down at his phone, he said, "It's an email from Megan from Adobe, we met her last night.

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  10. Mature lady trips in Mission BeachRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    My mother has been dead for two years now, but we never cease to feel that we have been given a gift by her inheritance, which allowed for our condo here. Partly, it is the color of the sky: not quite the cerulean clarity of Venice, but a clear and lustrous blue that wraps around my vistas.

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  11. Bathhouse QuagmireRead the original story

    Mar 6, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Mercy Hospital in Hillcrest operates one of the largest AIDS clinics in San Diego County. On any given day, some of its patients can be seen milling about in green hospital gowns near the paths, fountain, and rose garden in front of the hospital, sometimes with IV racks in tow.

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  12. Editor's choice: 2002-2004Read the original story

    Mar 6, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    On a sunny afternoon in June, Mark Davis is peeling off the top of his wetsuit after taking a swim at La Jolla Shores. Davis, 23, just returned to San Diego after graduating from Humboldt State University, but his skin is dark enough to convince you he'd never left.

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  13. 'Snackle Box' on the way at Santee LakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Inshore: The rockfish opener for southern California waters kept the A1 2-day anglers pinned to the rail with some pretty good taco meat counts. As a result of targeting the deeper bumps there were a lot more lingcod, whitefish, and sheephead, and fewer sculpin reported caught.

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  14. Sun 3/6: Spring Home Garden ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Now in its 31th year, the show returns to Del Mar Fairgrounds for a three-day showcase of landscapes created exclusively for this event, hands-on demonstrations, hundreds of home-improvement exhibitors, seminars, plant sales, and consultations with experts. Visitors can learn how to refresh or remodel their home and outdoor surroundings with the latest in garden lighting, fencing, security systems, and sunrooms.

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  15. Corporate craft cultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    This recent photo of the San Diego Water Purification Demonstration Plant would seem to suggest that the Waltons remain a pretty crafty bunch. Sculpy the Sculpin, Ballast Point's new official mascot.

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  16. Bikers can take a hikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Little Italy's Business Improvement District prefers to preserve parking spaces rather than allocate street space for bike lanes through the heart of the district. In a February 23 letter to business owners and residents, Little Italy Association's Luke Vinci and Thomas Cervello informed residents of their opposition to the Downtown Mobility Plan, a transit-oriented and pedestrian-friendly set of guidelines proposed to reduce greenhouse gases and promote walking and cycling in San Diego.

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  17. Can't blame it all on GermanyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Raphael Courtney's great grandfather, Cesar Soriano, stands directly behind Mexican president Venustiano Carranza When Raphael Courtney was two, his mother took him to live in her father's National City home. Her husband had recently died in a plane crash.

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  18. This city is brutalRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Soda Bar booker Cory Stier put it best when he described his job as akin to running around like headless poultry. Look for the following five decapitated chickens to continue to run their butts off in 2016 to help San Diegans get exposed to their favorite local and national acts along the way.

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  19. Chargers' PR is a grating insultRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    Last month, a Union-Tribune sports columnist lamented that San Diego had been "verbally abused, manipulated, ignored, given the silent treatment, cheated on" by the Chargers football team as it plotted to escape to richer Los Angeles environs. Almost a year earlier, the newspaper's editorial page had denounced the anti-San Diego statements of Mark Fabiani, the Chargers' spokesman and strategist.

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  20. American Pickers may be coming to San DiegoRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2016 | San Diego Reader

    The American Pickers , Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, are coming to California, possibly San Diego, to film new episodes for their hit TV show for the History Channel. But unlike the previous eight seasons, the antique archeology duo will not be looking for old barns and back roads.

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