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  • Group to create long-term vision for San Diego

    Group to create long-term vision for San Diego
    SAN DIEGO - A group of 150 established and up-and-coming community leaders Wednesday launched "Our Greater San Diego Vision,'' designed to create a long-term plan for the region's future. The group, chaired by retired local Cox Communications head Bill...
  • Mayor: County will soon have 1,000 EV charging stations

    Mayor: County will soon have 1,000 EV charging stations
    SAN DIEGO -- Hundreds of charging stations for electric vehicles are going to start sprouting up around San Diego County over the next several months, San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders said Thursday. "By this fall, San Diego will have about 1,000 charging...
  • Mayor: Water rate increase won't be passed to customers

    Mayor: Water rate increase won't be passed to customers
    SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego County Water Authority voted Thursday to increase water rates by more than 7 percent, but San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders said the hike will not be passed on to customers. The CWA's rate increase was part of a $1.42 billion...
  • Fire department 'brownouts' end

    Fire department 'brownouts' end
    SAN DIEGO -- Friday marked the end of the city's widely denounced emergency-services "brownout'' program, which idled up to eight fire engines a day over the past 17 months as a means of propping up San Diego's unsteady municipal finances. The cost-...
  • Students camp out for tickets to SDSU-BYU rematch

    Students camp out for tickets to  SDSU-BYU rematch
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego State University students began lining up Wednesday to get their hands on the 2,500 general admission student tickets available for Saturday's men's basketball showdown with Brigham Young University. The tickets won't be handed out...
  • SDSU releases BYU tickets earlier than expected

    SDSU releases BYU tickets earlier than expected
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego State University students camping out for their chance to get tickets to the highly anticipated men's basketball rematch against BYU did not have to wait as long as originally planned Friday. Due to the expected cold rainstorm in...
  • Emergency shelters open during weekend storm

    Emergency shelters open during weekend storm
    SAN DIEGO -- More than 350 beds in emergency homeless shelters will be opened during the weekend to help protect San Diego's homeless population from the predicted cold and rainy weather, the city announced. The San Diego Police Department's Homeless...
  • City rallies around the Aztecs

    City rallies around the Aztecs
    SAN DIEGO - More than 100 people, many of them wearing San Diego State's red and black colors, rallied downtown Friday morning to spur the Aztecs men's basketball team to victory in their showdown with Brigham Young University. The Aztecs, 27-1, are...
  • BYU beats San Diego State again

    BYU beats San Diego State again
    San Diego State University's men's basketball team lost Saturday's showdown with Brigham Young University, 80-67. The team's only other loss this season was Jan. 26 to the seventh-ranked Cougars, 71-58, in Provo, Utah. Despite the loss, fans of the...
  • Design selected for expanded Convention Center

    Design selected for expanded Convention Center
    A Denver-based architectural firm was selected Tuesday to design the proposed expansion of the San Diego Convention Center. "The team design which we are unveiling for the first, builds on the success of our iconic facility by embracing a waterfront...
  • City requires impact studies for new 'superstores'

    City requires impact studies for new 'superstores'
    Over stiff opposition from WalMart, the City Council gave final approval Tuesday to an ordinance requiring developers to conduct an economic and community impact study before a "superstore'' can be built in San Diego. The City Council voted 5-3 in...