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Small boost in price of San Bruno explosion

Public utilities commission says PG&E must shell out $200M more

The California Public Utilities Commission on March 13 announced that Pacific Gas & Electric must shell out more money for its role in the 2010 explosion in San Bruno that killed several people and leveled ...

Last call for bugs

Lobster season closes March 18

Weekly Fish Report ½ Day - ¾ Day: Rockfish, sculpin and calico bass are the main catch on the ½-day boats with an occasional home-guard yellowtail being caught. ¾ day trips to the Coronado Islands ...

National City AMC denied liquor license after concerned parents speak out

"Think of the children!"

The National City City Council voted 3-2 last week to deny the AMC Plaza Bonita movie theater a liquor license. At a hearing before the vote, parents stressed the importance of maintaining a family-friendly atmosphere ...

Still, fewer pages than Hillary

Judge orders Goldsmith to turn over thousands of emails

Making the distinction between personal and public emails has been difficult for San Diego city attorney Jan Goldsmith. In recent years Goldsmith has admitted to his use of private email accounts to conduct city business. ...

Percussion series gets fresh at Bread & Salt

...and other jazz happenings around San Diego March. 18-22

Wednesday 18 Now Time with Michael Oletta on bass, Reka Parker on piano, and Bob Daniels are setting up at Rebecca’s (3015 Juniper Street) from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. no cover … the KSDS ...

Next up: Sweetwater's sodbuster supe

School district selects someone with no past ties to the district

On March 12, the Sweetwater Union High School District met in closed session to interview three candidates. They selected Phil Stover to serve as interim superintendent until the search for a new superintendent is completed. ...

Check the weather first!

You know it's windy when you're being pelted in the face by sand and you're still 100 yards offshore.

Yesterday I decided to paddle across the San Quintin Bay mouth to a trench in the channel that had produced a decent 28" halibut for me the day before. It is a tricky little spot, ...

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