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  • Community outrage slows University City power plant plans

    Community outrage slows University City power plant plans
    SAN DIEGO -- Plans for an 850-megawatt natural gas power plant in University City were placed on hold Monday.  Capital Power, builders and operators of the proposed plant, sent a letter to Mayor Jerry Sanders asking that a meeting with San Diego City...
  • Plan to remove cars from Balboa Park speeds ahead

    San Diego -- Monday the San Diego City Council voted 6 to 1, to approve a plan nixing cars in the middle of Balboa Park. “The community-wide pride and sense of community that began with last night’s vote,” said Mayor Jerry Sanders. ...
  • Judge lets city move ahead with Prop. B

    Judge lets city move ahead with Prop. B
    SAN DIEGO -- A judge Tuesday refused a state agency's request to stop the city of San Diego from implementing a voter-approved pension reform initiative. Superior Court Judge Luis Vargas refused to grant a preliminary injunction requested by the state...
  • San Diego businesses cash in on Comic-Con

    San Diego businesses cash in on Comic-Con
    SAN DIEGO -- The 43rd annual Comic-Con International trade show came to San Diego last week and local business participation was higher than ever.  Hotels, retail shops, restaurants and eateries surrounding the downtown, Gaslamp, and greater San Diego...
  • Mayor: Balboa Park vandals will be held accountable

    Mayor: Balboa Park vandals will be held accountable
    SAN DIEGO - Mayor Jerry Sanders expressed his outrage Monday towards the mass water-gun party that caused thousands of dollars worth of damages to one of San Diego's most recognizable landmarks - the Balboa Park Lily Pond. San Diego police sought to...
  • Pond vandalism takes spotlight in mayoral race

    Pond vandalism takes spotlight in mayoral race
    The damage done to San Diego's famed Balboa Park during a squirt-gun fight gone wild has become an issue in the increasingly nasty mayoral race between Rep. Bob Filnerand Councilman Carl DeMaio. Filner on Monday issued a statement to reporters alleging...
  • Grand jury calls for more street repairs

    Grand jury calls for more street repairs
    SAN DIEGO -- "America's Finest City" is among the cities with the worst road conditions in the nation, according to San Diego County Grand Jury findings released Thursday. Only 10 percent of major streets in San Diego were rated to be in good condition,...
  • New 'Mr. San Diego' named for 2012

    New 'Mr. San Diego' named for 2012
    SAN DIEGO - The Rotary Club of San Diego named Father Joe Carroll “Mr. San Diego 2012.” The award, presented each year for the last 60 years, honors a man or woman who has contributed significantly to community service.  “It's great...
  • Mayor wants bike-sharing program

    Mayor wants bike-sharing program
    SAN DIEGO -- Like many other bike enthusiast in San Diego, Kevin Wood is looking forward to Mayor Jerry Sanders' plan to bring a bike-sharing program to the city. “It’s a perfect fit for San Diego,” said Wood, who also co-chairs San...
  • Bike share program to start in spring

    Bike share program to start in spring
    SAN DIEGO -- The city of San Diego will start a bicycle-rental program next spring, starting with kiosks located around downtown and the beach communities, city officials announced Monday. The service could be extended to other neighborhoods in the...
  • Diehard fans invade sold-out Comic-Con

    Diehard fans invade sold-out Comic-Con
    SAN DIEGO -- The wildly popular pop culture extravaganza known as Comic-Con International kicked off in downtown San Diego Thursday, luring celebrities to town to promote their projects to diehard fans, many of whom showed up in outlandish costumes....