Content for Tuesday, July 3, 2012
- Taco Trip: Mazateño Tops TJ
- False ID to Peace Officer
- Padres On a Roll, Take Down the Diamondbacks
- 10 Points for Denial on July 19th to Save Mission Trails Regional Park
- Physician, Wife Arraigned on Tax Charges
- Food Truck Lunch: Red Oven Pizza
- Huge Portions for Breakfast at Olympic Cafe
- San Diego's "Yes on A" Committee Set to be Fined $2500 for Campaign Disclosure Violations
- Acting in the Moment (of Uncertainty), Part Three
- Beach Visit: Cabrillo National Monument
- You Can't Sneak On
- Dylan Hyde's Fundraising PSA to Save Local Horse w/Rare Disease
- Kathryn the Grape Kids CD w/Astra Kelly Wins Gold Mom’s Choice Award
- EDCO Faces $112,000 Fine Over Crushed Worker
- Learn Beginning Screenwriting at the Media Arts Center
- Fashion Week: Burlap
- Boll Weevil: IB Burgers and Brews
- Sinaloa Cartel Opens "Foie Gras Feeding Tube" Into U.S.
- Report: Needs of Women Veterans
- Burning of Rome Return with New Release, Video, and Beer
- It's a Small World After All...Another Gandara, the Same GCR
- Tenors into Stool
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