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San Marcos

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  • Teen blamed for $10K in graffiti damage

    Teen blamed for  $10K in graffiti damage
    A teenage boy was facing charges Wednesday related to more than $10,000 worth of graffiti vandalism in the North County, authorities said. The boy was arrested Tuesday after a deputy spotted him hanging out in a parked car in San Marcos with at least one...
  • High Winds Derail Local Train Service

    High Winds Derail Local Train Service
    LOS ANGELES -- High winds across Southern California forced a commuter train line to shut down and knocked a tree onto a car, but no serious injuries are reported. Wind flipped a canopy out of a yard and onto power lines Wednesday near the Gold Line...
  • Councilman ends congressional bid to focus on family

    Councilman ends congressional bid to focus on family
    Solana Beach Councilman Dave Roberts has dropped out of the race for the 50th Congressional District, leaving the competition between the remaining candidates a little tighter today. On his Web site, Roberts said he was withdrawing so he and his partner,...
  • Study: most local sex offenders live too close to schools, parks

    More than 70 percent of the registered sex offenders in San Diego County are violating a state law by living too close to schools or parks, it was reported Sunday. The Watchdog Institute, a nonprofit journalism group based at San Diego State University,...
  • Restaurant campaigns for struggling food bank

    Restaurant campaigns for struggling food bank
    Pat & Oscar's restaurants are stepping up to help the San Diego Food Bank whose post holiday food drive donations have plummeted. In December, the Food Bank received 285,983 pounds of food through local food drives. This dropped to 37,963 pounds of...
  • Students assist SD low-income families

    Students assist SD low-income families
    The county is partnering with San Diego State University and Cal State San Marcos to help low-income families get free tax help and apply for food stamps, it was announced Monday. Through the ``Thrive San Diego'' campaign, about 70 students and...
  • Local colleges prepare for swine flu

    Local colleges prepare for swine flu
    As thousands of kids prepare gear up for the fall semester, there is lots being done to prevent H1N1, commonly known as the Swine Flu. California State University, San Marcos and San Diego State University both began its semester just days ago. Combined,...
  • New home products get back to basics

    New home products get back  to basics
    For the vast majority of Chicagoans, a super shower is not in their future. For that matter, neither are a wine cellar, a walk-in refrigerator or a $250,000 lighting system. These over-the-top fantasy features of the McMansion era seem like ancient...
  • Eight Bus Routes Cut

    The North County Transit District says it will cut eight of its Breeze bus routes due to budget problems. The District says service will stop this Sunday. It says it is cutting services in order to balance its budget. Beginning Sunday, the following...
  • Digital Arts & The Pink Panther

    Starting in February, aspiring artists will have a unique opportunity to learn the latest digital design techniques under the guidance of four highly regarded entertainment industry designers including, Eric Teitelbaum - Pink Panther Cartoonist.  ...
  • Plane makes emergency landing in traffic lane

    Plane makes emergency landing in traffic lane
    The pilot of an experimental, single-engine plane made a safe landing down the traffic lanes of West San Marcos Boulevard today, causing no injuries or damage, authorities said. The pilot, William David Leonard of Oceanside, told a news agency he was...