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A Sharp eraser: U-T omits key transplant facts

$6.2 million medicare fraud case left out of 30th anniversary story

Another day, another silent ode to those behind the history of the San Diego Union-Tribune, the once powerful newspaper formerly owned by Helen Copley, and later her son, David. Last week, the U-T — currently ...

Rip Current is not so very small anymore

The winning formula of a San Diego–based brewery of the year

In September, Rip Current founders Paul Sangster and Guy Shobe brought five beers to the Great American Beer Festival, the nation's biggest beer contest. The former homebrewers returned victorious, with two medals and the distinction ...

California imposes no-chew law for big leagues

Tony Gwynn believed his cancer was from chewing tobacco

California yesterday (October 11) banned use of chewing tobacco by Major League Baseball players — the first state to do so, according to A bill to ban snuff was initially introduced in February. The ...

Mission Valley development machine cranks up

Town and Country hotel makes move to become "mixed-use"

Regional planners in San Diego have placed a bullseye on Mission Valley as the preferred location to absorb San Diego's forecasted population boom. According to the San Diego Association of Governments' (SANDAG) 2050 Regional Growth ...

50th anniversary of Sealab II

Down deep in a La Jolla underwater canyon

Fifty years ago off the coast of La Jolla, the U.S. Navy performed experiments to find out how long humans could live underwater. The Sealab project had three vessels, the first of which was sunk ...

Go-slow dough: Secret weapon?

Napizza’s yeast lives longer

One thing I like about Napizza is that they were serious about going green from the get-go. They claim to be the first pizzeria in San Diego certified by the Green Restaurant Association. They try ...

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