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  • Fire engines, library hours restored in council budget

    Fire engines, library hours restored in council budget
    SAN DIEGO -- All eight fire engines taken out of service earlier this year to save money will be back in rotation as of July 1, and libraries will continue operating under normal hours, under a budget passed Monday by the San Diego City Council on a 7-1...
  • Billionaire agrees to finance NFL stadium in L.A.

    Billionaire agrees to finance NFL stadium in L.A.
    SAN DIEGO -- Billionaire Philip Anschutz has agreed to finance the building of a Los Angeles football stadium as long as four conditions are fulfilled, according to the Los Angeles Business Journal. The San Diego Chargers have been mentioned as a...
  • Wal-Mart plans a dozen new stores in San Diego

    Wal-Mart plans a dozen new stores in San Diego
    SAN DIEGO -- Wal-Mart plans to build about a dozen new stores in San Diego over the next five years, especially if the city repeals an ordinance that requires big box stores to evaluate their effect on small businesses, the company announced Thursday....
  • David Nuffer dies at 78; co-founder of San Diego public relations firm

    In four decades as a public relations man in San Diego, David Nuffer rose to play key roles in the city's politics and tourism industry — but he never let those responsibilities keep him from playing the ukulele in the office, following the San...
  • Court rules against redevelopment agencies

    Court rules against redevelopment agencies
    SAN DIEGO -- The California Supreme Court Thursday dealt a blow to prospects for a new downtown Chargers stadium and other projects around the state by upholding a new law that will abolish community redevelopment agencies. The court ruled that the state...
  • Budget surplus allows mayor to restore services

    Budget surplus allows mayor to restore services
    SAN DIEGO -- Strike up the band, because happy days are here again, according to San Diego City Mayor Jerry Sanders, who announced a city budget surplus Thursday. “Today, I’m pleased to report that the city’s decades long budget deficit...
  • Comic-Con leaves city leaders smiling

    Comic-Con leaves city leaders smiling
    SAN DIEGO -- Just hours after the last Comic-Con attendee walked out of the San Diego Convention Center for 2011, ending the city’s largest annual convention, the revelry recovery process began. “Right now the exhibit hall is being completely...
  • Obama visits San Diego for 1st time as president

    Obama visits San Diego for 1st time as president
    LA JOLLA, Calif. - President Barack Obama came to San Diego Monday for the first time since taking office two years ago in hopes of tapping into some deep pockets to fill his campaign war chest. The president, who was in Seattle on Sunday, arrived at...
  • Santa Ana winds bring wildfire warnings

    Santa Ana winds bring wildfire warnings
    SAN DIEGO - Mayor Jerry Sanders and fire Chief Javier Mainar warned San Diegans to prepare for Santa Ana wind conditions over the next couple of days that could make the region ripe for wildfires. They were joined at a news conference by National Weather...
  • Police order 'Occupy SD' to remove tents

    Police order 'Occupy SD' to remove tents
    SAN DIEGO -- Tents and other structures at the "Occupy San Diego'' protest at the downtown Community Concourse need to be removed by midnight, a San Diego police assistant Chief said Thursday. Chief Boyd Long said the demonstrators will be allowed to...
  • Mayor hires advisor to help keep Chargers in town

    Mayor hires advisor to help keep Chargers in town
    SAN DIEGO - Mayor Jerry Sanders is expanding his staff to keep the Chargers in San Diego and he’s confident that decision will be applauded - by everyone. The hired financial advisor's roll will be determining how much taxpayers will have to fork...