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  • Autism effects lessened by diet supplement

    Autism effects lessened by diet supplement
    Are you autistic? Is your child? One in 88 kids today is, according to the Centers for Disease Control. 10 years ago, it was 1 in 150. But a new finding could be like a cure for one form of the condition. A quick primer on autism: "Increased numbers of...
  • Local events remember 9/11 victims

    Local events remember 9/11 victims
    SAN DIEGO -- The San Diego Fire-Rescue Department and localcolleges will hold events today to observe the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. At the downtown fire station at First Avenue and B Street, artist Mark John will display his...
  • Magazine ranks UCSD among top 10 public schools

    Magazine ranks UCSD among top 10 public schools
    SAN DIEGO -- UC San Diego was ranked as the 38th best university in the country in the annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report and the eighth best public school. UCSD has been among the top 10 publicly funded universities for more than a decade. The...
  • 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...
  • Fight between roommates ends in stabbing

    Fight between roommates ends in stabbing
    SAN DIEGO -- One man was hospitalized early Tuesday and his roommate was arrested after an argument between the two turned violent, police said. The men, who shared an apartment with a woman roommate in the 1400 block of Imperial Avenue, apparently got...
  • Filner, DeMaio spar over economic growth

    Filner, DeMaio spar over economic growth
    SAN DIEGO -- San Diego’s two mayoral candidates squared off once again Monday evening, this time on the issue of business. The debate took place at the University of California San Diego’s La Jolla Playhouse and dozens packed the auditorium...
  • Firefighters get new 'eye in the sky'

    Firefighters get new 'eye in the sky'
    SAN DIEGO -- Firefighters got a new high-tech tool to help them battle blazes Tuesday It's a state-of-the-art $200,000 infrared camera  mounted to the belly of a Cal Fire spotter plane. It  can "see'' through smoke to enable firefighters to see...
  • Man stabbed at party near UCSD

    Man stabbed at party near UCSD
    SAN DIEGO -- A man in his 20s was stabbed two times in the abdomen at a party near UC San Diego early Thursday, police said. The stabbing in the 4100 block of Executive Drive was reported at 2:04 a.m., according to San Diego police Officer David...
  • Fall quarter begins at UCSD

    Fall quarter begins at UCSD
     LA JOLLA, Calif. -- Classes at UC San Diego began Thursday, with 4,500 freshmen and 2,200 transfer students on campus for the fall quarter. The high school grade-point average for incoming freshmen was 4.0, while transfers had a GPA of 3.5, according to...
  • San Diego travel info

     San Diego travel info
    WHERE TO STAY Hotel Solamar, 435 6th Ave., San Diego; (610) 819-9500, www.hotelsolamar.com. A block from Petco Park, neighbored by the lively Gaslamp District. 235 rooms, pool on fourth-floor terrace. Rooms for two usually $175-$300. La Pensione,...
  • Taking dietary supplements? It may be too much

    Taking dietary supplements? It may be too much
    (Reuters) - People who take dietary supplements to boost their intake of minerals may actually be getting too much of a good thing -- and even risk serious problems. According to a study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, people who...